Getting ready for Trimester 1
Make sure you’ve re-enrolled, applied for student finance and sorted your accommodation for 2021. Read key dates and how to apply.
Applying to study
You need to re-enrol for each new academic year. The deadline for limited entry courses is 1 December. To ensure you have the best chance of entry to your chosen programme or course of study, we recommend applying as soon as possible.
Explore what courses are on offer in 2021, what the prerequisites are, and organise your timetable.
View the progress of your degree and your majors/minors, including the requirements you've completed, those in progress or still to be started.
Reach out to your relevant Faculty office if you need help planning your programme of study or have queries about your course choice.
Once you have decided to study make sure you apply for StudyLink. You do not have to wait until you are enrolled. We recommend you apply before 16 December as applications can take up to six weeks to process.
You must pay your fees in full. For the majority of students studying in Trimester 1 2021 this date will be 19 February 2021. When enrolling in courses after this date, fees are due upon enrolment. Read more information about paying your fees.
Search our database to find what scholarships are on offer. Scholarships are available at all levels of study and based on a variety of criteria.
If you are experiencing financial difficulty, consider applying to Pūtea Āwhina, the Student Hardship Fund. Most currently enrolled students who are in financial hardship are eligible to apply for help from the Hardship Fund.
Enjoy your summer and sort your flat for 2021 now! Apply for University Hall for 2021—a community of houses around Te Aro and Kelburn. Our furnished flats are close to Kelburn campus and a short walk to the city and our Te Aro and Pipitea campuses. You’ll also be really close to the University, cafés, nightlife, and nature!
You can apply individually or let us know who you’d like to flat with. Our flats include furniture and kitchen basics to get you started, with comparable market rent that includes power and internet. Enjoy not having to worry about flat-hunting, queues, paperwork, or letting fees, and tick finding a flat off your to-do list. We offer contracts geared around our academic calendar so you’ll also avoid getting locked into a 52 week lease. You can apply for Trimester 1 or the academic year (Trimester 1 and 2) with option to stay on for Trimester 3.
You will be eligible for our early bird discount with $300 off your first monthly payment if you pay by 1 December. You and your whānau can chat to our team to arrange an alternate payment plan if needed.
Contact University Accommodation Wellington to talk about your options. Apply now!