奥克兰大学将与合作伙伴重庆西南大学（swu）和哈尔滨东北林业大学（nefu）合作建立两个学习中心。这些学习中心将使奥克兰大学的中国学生能够在著名的中国大学校园内参加 semester 2第二学期的同类学习环境。
when the new zealand government moved quickly to manage the covid-19 health crisis just before our first semester, over 2,000 of our students in china were unable to come to campus.
many of these students chose to study with us online, but many also decided to defer or suspend their studies until they could return to in-person learning on campus.
we are working with the new zealand government on options to welcome international students back to our auckland campus as soon as possible, but plans have not yet been confirmed for semester two, 2020.
we are now pleased to launch the university of auckland china learning centresfor our students currently in china.
the university of auckland will launch two learning centres in collaboration with our partners southwest university ﹙swu﹚ in chongqing andnortheast forestry university ﹙nefu﹚ in harbin. these learning centres will enable our students in china to join a cohort learning environment at a prestigious chinese university campus for semester 2.
students will receive a $1,000 nzd relocation allowance, which will assist in their move to swu or nefu. they will attend physical classes at these universities, and receive online instruction from university of auckland staff, complemented by learning facilitators available for academic support in person.
this collaboration represents the chance for students to begin or continue study for an auckland degree, in a campus setting within china. courses are on offer in education, science, economics, engineering and arts.
i would like the opportunity to offer our elite agent partners in china the opportunity to recruit students to attend classes at the learning centers.
more information about the clcs, programmes and frequently asked questions is available at this link: web landing pages
we would like to receive your interest to take part in our recruitment for the learning centres. my team will provide your counselors with the required information to promote this option to potential students.