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University Codes

How to find a room

Here is a breakdown of how the University room-numbering system works. The same system applies to all locations on campus. L and S Blocks are Lecture Blocks only.

For example, AG.30 is organised as the following:

AG30
A Block Floor Level G Room Number 30

Understanding paper codes and other codes

Paper codes

The code of each paper shows the subject, the level, the year, and the period and location of teaching.

Example: MMAC221 - 14A (HAM) From Māori Oral Traditions to Social Networking: Evolution of Māori Media and Communication;


MMAC32114A(HAM)
Subject CodeLevelPaperYearPeriodLocation
MMAC Level 3 Māori Oral Traditions to Social Networking: Evolution of Māori Media and Communication 2014 1st Semester Hamilton

Semester codes

A 1st semester, weeks 10 - 26 (March - June)
B 2nd semester, weeks 29 - 45(July - November)
C, D, or E An atypical teaching period
S Summer School, weeks 2 - 8 (commencing January)
V Taught over 26 weeks
W Taught over 52 weeks
Y Taught over the full academic year, weeks 10 - 46 (March - November)

Location codes

AKT Ako Tauhōkai
BLK Block
HAM Papers taught in Hamilton (usually on-campus)
NET On-line teaching (Internet)
SEC Secondary School (STAR programme)
TAI Tairawhiti Polytechnic
TGA Papers taught in Tauranga
Note: The codes regarding Polytechnics are papers offered via articulation agreements.