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  1. Using te Reo Māori on your computer/device Setting up Māori keyboard on Windows Setting up Māori keyboard on mac OS Typing a macron on a Windows/mac OS computer Typing with macrons on a mobile device ( iOS /Android) Enable Autocorrect for... Staff login required Last updated: 20/01/2022
  2. Study spaces on the Dunedin campus AskStudent IT  help to look after a range of study spaces, which are available for you to use all year round. Dedicated computer labs and computer areas in libraries provide wireless access... Staff login required Last updated: 30/03/2022
  3. Due date for applications The due date for submission depends on the type of programme/s you are applying for: Programme Due date General bachelors' degrees 10 December—for new and recommencing students, and returning... Staff login required Last updated: 23/03/2022
  4. Unipol's opening hours Unipol is open for most of the year (apart from a short Christmas break): Monday to Friday, 6am to 10pm Saturday, 8am to 9pm Sunday, 9am to 10pm Unipol opening hours and contacts Staff login required Last updated: 18/10/2021
  5. Making an appointment with a career adviser You can make an appointment by calling into the Career Development Centre next to the East Lane of the Information Services Building ( ISB ), or: Tel +64 3 479 8244 Email careers@otago.ac.nz Further... Staff login required Last updated: 19/10/2021
  6. Past exam papers Updated Copies of past examination papers are available online through the Library website. Please note that not all examination papers are available online as departments sometimes embargo the publication... Staff login required Last updated: 05/05/2022
  7. Making an appointment at Student Health You can make an appointment at Student Health Reception—corner of Walsh and Albany Streets—or by phone: Tel:  0800 479 821 ( ext 8212 if calling from within the University). Student Health... Staff login required Last updated: 18/10/2021
  8. PhD study by distance learning It's technically possible to study a PhD via distance learning. It's normally expected that you will be living and studying in New Zealand while enrolled for the degree. You should discuss this with... Staff login required Last updated: 08/03/2022
  9. Certification of documents All documents giving evidence of name, name change, citizenship, or residency status should be certified (witnessed/notarised) as "true copies" of the original document by a person of suitable... Staff login required Last updated: 29/03/2022
  10. New Zealand residence/citizenship — effect on tuition fees International students who are granted New Zealand residency or citizenship while enrolled may be eligible to pay domestic fees for the current and subsequent years, depending on the date of the... Staff login required Last updated: 09/12/2021