Study support

Find out about programmes where you can help other students with their studies—or get some assistance yourself.

Student Learning

Get group and one-to-one academic support, including workshops and peer support.

Student Learning's online resource StudyHub can help you develop skills in note-taking, time management, reading effectively, critical thinking and assignment writing.

For one-to-one advice and support, you can make an appointment, or attend a workshop.

Exam tips and tricks

At the end of each trimester, all students sit exams and submit final assessments. Learn some tips and tricks about how to prepare.


The University has four libraries—at least one on each campus. Each has resources and facilities to support your study, with staff to help.

Disability Services

If you have a temporary or ongoing impairment, get advice and support, including coaching, note-taking and exam support and access to rest and study rooms.

Language Learning Centre

Get access to language resources including print, audio, DVDs, computer software and eTV in several languages.


Āwhina is the on-campus whānau for Māori students to work together to share knowledge, achieve academic success, and build strong communities and leaders.

Pasifika Student Success

The Pasifika Student Success team can help you navigate your transition into tertiary study, with study spaces, support staff and mentoring programmes.

Māori and Pasifika Law Student Coordinators

Māori and Pasifika students studying Law can sign up for tutorials, mentoring and study skills sessions.

International Student Experience

Wellington University International provides information, advice and guidance to international students, including practical support for visas and insurance.