The New Zealand Government announced on 11th May 2020 that it is safe to move to COVID-19 Alert Level 2 from 14th May 2020. ACMI will resume classes on campus from 18th May 2020. Health and Safety measures under COVID-19 Alert Level 2 will be in place for all students, staffs and visitors on campus. ACMI welcomes all students and staffs back on campus from 18th May 2020. These are the Health and safety measures to be followed on campusunder COVID-19 Alert Level 2 restrictions:
If you are sick, do not come on campus. Please stay home and call or email to let us know, or for any assistance required.
ACMI advises and encourages students to use public transport to reduce reliance on private motor vehicles. You can visit www.at.govt.nz for detailed information about all Auckland public transport including bus, train, ferry services and fares. You can also plan your journey on the website. You can fill in the address of your desired destination and time of travel. The website will automatically generate a range of public transport travel options, locate bus stops and train stations and also generate a map of the journey together with the cost and estimated travel time.
The Auckland train and bus routes are divided into stages and the fares are calculated accordingly; the more stages the higher the fare. It is convenient and cheaper to travel on all Auckland’s public transport with a pre-paid ‘AT HOP’ smart card. A tertiary student concession (discount) is available for longer-term students when purchasing an AT HOP card. You can visit www.athop.co.nz for more information. Check the government website for latest fares https://at.govt.nz/bus-train-ferry .
ACMI’s campus is ideally located for access to public transport which will help you commute from all suburbs. The bus stops which are close to our campus are 8202 and 8203 on New North Road and 8502 and 8503 on Mount Eden Road. The Mount Eden train station is about three minutes’ walk.