Information for participants

This section provides links to helpful information for course participants.

Campus maps

The University of Auckland is located on four main campuses in the City Centre, Epsom, Grafton and Tamaki and has three satellite campuses at Leigh Marine Reserve, Manukau and Tai Tokerau.

View campus maps

Getting around our campuses

Getting around our campuses can be a bit daunting at first. Here you’ll find the tips you need to easily locate your classes and get around our campuses.

Read more about finding your way around our campuses

Transport in Auckland

Auckland has numerous transport options. Investigate the cost and convenience of each option to find the most effective transport for your needs.

Read more about transport in Auckland

Emergencies and personal safety

This page helps you to solve emergency situations as quickly as possible.

Read more about emergencies and personal safety

Prescribed texts

Books essential to your full participation in the course.

Recommended reading

Books recommended to complement the course. These are listed on the website with the course details or a list is available on request by phoning the CCE office.

University bookshop

The University bookshop stocks University textbooks, including the prescribed texts for Centre for Continuing Education language courses. A ten percent discount is given to CCE participants on production of their course enrolment receipt. Phone +64 9 306 2700.

Students with disabilities

Wheelchair access is available to most lecture rooms in the University. Parking for students with disabilities is not automatically available. Phone the Disabilities Coordinator +64 9 373 7599 ext 88808.

Anti-Harassment policy and procedures

The University is committed to providing an environment within the University and all its facilities which is free from harassment and discrimination. Harassment may be offensive behaviour or unwanted attention. It may involve an abuse of power to disadvantage, dominate, discriminate or insult. Whatever kind of harassment – sexual, racial, academic, religious, and on other discriminatory grounds – it is totally unacceptable.


You are encouraged to first raise issues of concern with the tutor of your course. If you feel unable to approach the tutor directly, please discuss the matter with the Centre for Continuing Education Programme Manager. If this does not result in a successful resolution of the matter, the Director will refer the issue to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic).


The University’s undertakings are limited to those set out in the course materials relating to the advertised course, together with any other terms implied by law. While from time to time, tutors may offer to provide additional assistance to a student, that does not constitute any undertaking by the University or binding legal obligation upon it. The agreement between the University and the students enrolled in the courses is limited to the supply of the course as described in the course materials.