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Future Skills Academy has a total of three unique campuses in Manukau, Royal Oak and Auckland’s CBD.

The Manukau site offers Healthcare, Foundation and Trades programmes with purpose-built workshops for the trades and a state-of-the-art simulation room for health. You will find a vibrant cultural mix with an array of extracurricular student activities to celebrate cultural festivals and occasions throughout the year.

Royal Oak has a close-knit campus with colourful student activities and a strong connection to the migrant community. Friendships are formed easily in this whānau-orientated environment.

Auckland’s main road, Queen Street is home to our Otago Polytechnic Auckland International Campus (OPAIC) with its exciting inner-city environment for those studying the NZ Diploma in Construction (Quantity Surveying).

The academy has a warm whānau-like environment for students. We provide a supportive, modern, fun and safe learning space where everyone can reach their full potential.

15 Earl Richardson Avenue, Manukau, Auckland. 

Nestled in the heart of Manukau city, this modern building is a 3-minute drive from Manukau Train Station. Our daily van run gives students a lift to campus from the Manukau and Homai train stations. Drivers pick up students from Monday to Friday between 8.30 am and 9 am and drop them back to the stations after class. Go to Auckland Transport’s journey planner website for details of how to get there. 

Future Skills Academy was founded at the Manukau campus in 2000. It has held strong ties with the South Auckland community since inception.  

Learners can play table tennis in the friendly student café, help themselves to free breakfast, noodles and hot drinks. There’s free wifi too. Learners who are finding it tough can apply for a Kai Koha card to buy a meal.    

Every month, one class cooks a hearty lunch to share with the whole campus. The meals coincide with key events including Matariki, the Māori new year, and language weeks. Social events such as the table tennis knock-out competition are a regular highlight of the bustling student café. Budding musicians can join the band and the music group. Staff and students donate goods to the thrift shop, where students can help themselves to some treasures.   

665 Manukau Road, Royal Oak 

This modern building sits in a central location with good transport links. Go to Auckland Transport’s journey planner website for details of how to get there. 

Royal Oak campus features a small and whānau orientated environment with a strong student council.  

Whatever your need, whether it’s navigating Studylink or lodging an application with the Ministry of Social Development, talk to the personable marketing and recruitment team for advice.  

Every month, classes prepare a shared lunch of healthy food, boosted by a basket of fruit or a nutritious salad courtesy of the academy. 

Struggling with your academic studies? Our English tutor can help you get up to speed.  

Hear from visiting speakers about a wide array of life-enhancing subjects ranging from mindfulness and yoga to your rights when receiving a Health or Disability Service.  

Preparing for a job interview? Book a visit from The Dress for Success team to help you choose a smart outfit for the meeting.  

Level 1, 350 Queen Street, Auckland 

The Auckland International Campus is located in a modern building on the city’s main shopping and business street – Queen Street. We have excellent facilities, including computer labs, free internet and a student lounge where you can hang out, play games, chat with other students and take your study breaks. Go to Auckland Transport’s journey planner website for details of how to get there. 

Study in an environment that celebrates diversity with programmes delivered by leading academic and business experts.