Located in a modern building in downtown Auckland, our campus is on Queen Street, right in the heart of the main shopping and business area. We have excellent facilities, including computer labs, free wifi and a student lounge where you can socialise and relax with friends between class.
If you can’t find what you are looking for on campus, simply step out onto Queen Street where you have great shops and restaurants to try. Queen Street is at the centre of public transport, with easy access to buses and trains to all parts of the city.
AIC has a library and resource centre on campus with textbooks and business resources for you to use. The library offers an array of additional support services including assignment help, research assistance, referencing guidance and so much more. If you need help, we are here.
Our students have full access to our online library service as well as a free delivery service for textbooks sent from our Dunedin campus’ main Robertson Library. The Auckland City Library is across the road from AIC and has excellent, free research and borrowing services.
You can connect to our free wifi as well as access a number of computer labs, open weekdays from 8am-9pm during the study block.
Enjoy your free time in a special student space, just for students. It’s a great place to meet friends between classes. Located on the top floor of AIC, you will love the wrap-around balcony and stunning city view. This space is fully-equipped with a table tennis and foosball tables, board games, books and more! It’s the ultimate place for you to relax and spend time with friends.
Receive a discounted membership at the YMCA Auckland City Fitness Centre which is so much more than just a gym. It’s a community for like-minded people interested in health and wellbeing, fitness, fun and recreation. Here, find activities and programmes to help you meet people, socialise and feel supported.
We offer expert guidance and a friendly ear to help you make informed career decisions. We take a holistic approach to career guidance, based on your own personal values, goals and interests. Reflecting on what is important to you will help you decide on the right next step for you. Visit the online career support hub or get in touch for personal guidance.