While you don't need to have your entire degree mapped out before you start,
it's good to have an overall plan.
The following page will assist in your planning.
To read more about the programme requirements, admission criteria and structure
of our undergraduate programmes, refer to the links below.
For general information, you can also refer to:
FMHS Undergraduate Prospectus(691.9KB PDF)
You can also consult student advisers in the
of Medical and Health Sciences' Student Centre
Planning your timetable
Once you have been admitted to the Faculty you will need to work out your timetable
and enrol in those courses.
You should enrol as soon as possible as many courses are very popular and have a
limited number of places available. For this reason, it is also recommended that
you enrol in Semester 1 and 2 courses at the beginning of the year.
All undergraduate programmes at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
require you to study General Education courses. Students of the Bachelor of
Health Sciences are required to study two General Education courses, while
students of the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of
Pharmacy and Bachelor of Nursing are required to take one General Education
Choose your courses
Courses in General Education are a distinctive feature of almost all bachelors
degrees at the University of Auckland, including the four undergraduate
programmes at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences. The General Education
programme has been designed to enable students to pursue their interests in
fields related to but outside the subjects of the degree, or in other fields
- General Education courses available by degree.
- General Education schedules.
For further information, please contact one of the advisers at the
Phone: +64 9 373 7599 ext 84888
To find your timetable or class schedule,
log on to Student Services Online
New students should refer to
Enrolling in courses.
If you are currently enrolled at the University of Auckland, and would like to
change your existing programme, apply on
Student Services Online.
For more help call 0800 61 62 63 or visit: