Liaison Officer

The liaison officer for Samuel Marsden Collegiate is Cheryl Caldwell. Her email is cheryl.caldwell@otago.ac.nz Cheryl will be in school during lunchtime on 8 August for HSFY course planning and 16 August for other degrees course planning, in MH6.

For course planning at the end of the year, Cheryl will  come into school again,or you can make an appointment to see her at her office in town. 
To make an appointment please contact Margaret Tobin  P: 04 460 9805 E: wellington.liaison@otago.ac.nz  Appointments are at the following address: University of Otago Schools’ Liaison Office Level 5,  Lambton Centre 117 Lambton Quay (alongside the old Public Trust building) Wellington CBD

Otago Careers Page

Consult their career planning resource PDFs to research possible career paths. The links they provide give you a background on your chosen career, links to potential employers, and to organisations that can provide you further guidance and advice. https://www.otago.ac.nz/careers/planning/explore/index.html#Options

Helpful Links

These resources can help you to prepare for study at Otago: 
Facebook page for school students https://www.facebook.com/UOLiaison/  
Preparing for your first year at University https://www.otago.ac.nz/hedc/otago615375.pdf

Pathway to Medical Degrees

Entry to selected medical programmes is based on grades from first year university study, and for some programmes the UCAT test. All applicants must complete Health Science First Year (HSFY) https://www.otago.ac.nz/hsfy/index.html 
It is recommended students planning to take HSFY study Level 3 Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Statistics. Calculus and English rich subjects are useful. See https://www.otago.ac.nz/future-students/otago556016.pdf