Tītoko—Centre for Student Success

Get in touch with the Tītoko—Centre for Student Success team for help with course planning and administration, examinations, graduation, and student records.

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You can also get a lot of support and do a lot of the administration of your studies online—find out how on the Student services and support page.

International students should contact Wellington University International.

Contact us

Email: info@vuw.ac.nz
Phone: +64 4 472 1000

You can contact us by phone, email, or meet with us in the faculty office, which is located on the ground floor of the Cotton Building, Kelburn Campus.

We’re open for drop-in appointments and advice, weekdays between 8:30 am and 4 pm (from 9:30 am on Tuesdays). During summer the office will close at 3.00 pm each day.

You don't need a formal appointment, but you can request a specific meeting time. We generally book these meetings for between 3 pm and 5 pm.

Our team


Manager, Student Success
Titoko - Centre for Student Success

Customer services administrator

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Chris Park

School of Languages and Cultures

Student success advisors

Student success advisors are your first point of contact for administrative support throughout your study. This includes admission requirements, degree planning, changing courses, and transfer of credit from other tertiary institutions. They also deal with enrolment, organise exams, and maintain student records.

Undergraduate student advisors

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Anna Franceschini

Senior Exams Coordinator
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Lissa Harrop

Team Leader, Student Success
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Annemarie Thorby

Postgraduate student success advisor

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Patricia Stein

Postgraduate Research Student Adviser
Wellington Faculty of Graduate Research

Academic programmes coordinator

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Grace Leask

Academic Programmes Coordinator
Academic Office

Associate Deans

Associate Deans are also available to help with academic programmes and other issues. There are four Associate Deans:

  • the Associate Dean (Students), who works with undergraduate students
  • the Associate Dean (Postgraduate Research), who helps postgraduate students working towards research-based degrees
  • the Associate Dean (Research and Innovation), who focuses on research within the Faculty.

Dr Peter Andreae is currently the Acting Associate Dean (Academic Development).

Associate Professor
School of Engineering and Computer Science

Associate Dean (Students) · Associate Dean - Students
School of Engineering and Computer Science

Associate Dean, Postgraduate Research · Senior Lecturer in Statistics
Wellington Faculty of Engineering

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Wellington Faculty of Engineering