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Waitangi Day 2016
Professor Paul Moon, an expert on New Zealand history, encourages New Zealanders to learn more about the Treaty of Waitangi.
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Our career sheets cover industry trends, job descriptions and the skills you need for careers related to AUT degrees.
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Students during orientation

New to AUT? We want to help you make the most of your time with us, and our Orientation programme is a great way to get to know AUT and meet other students. Orientation runs the week before semester starts, and is full of activities and workshops for new AUT students. It’s designed to prepare you for student life and university study, and showcase all the services and activities available to you.

New Student Guide

New Student Guide

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Study in New Zealand

International students

AUT University welcomes international students from all over the globe. Located in Auckland, AUT is the second largest university in New Zealand and the fastest growing. We are internationally recognised and ranked in the world's best universities, with several subjects ranked among the top 200 in the world, a five star rating from QS for Internationalisation, Teaching, Graduate Employability and Facilities, as well as AACSB accreditation for the AUT Business School. Our dedicated International Student Support Service team is committed to helping you make the most of your time at AUT.

International relations

AUT is committed to global engagement. We have developed a range of strategic partnerships at senior levels with overseas governments, institutions and organisations. We work in partnership with institutions to facilitate teaching visits for our academic staff and we offer numerous collaborative programmes with institutions across the world.

AUT's international engagement

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Student Experience Day Series
In Year 12 or 13? See what university is like - join us and explore our programmes.
Faculty-specific Tours
Explore our great facilities and see where your lectures will be. For all future students.
School on Campus Programme
In Year 11, 12 or 13? Get a taste of uni life, join our workshops, and meet students and lecturers.
Future Students Team – Expos 2016
Visit our friendly team at various expos and events throughout the country.
Myfuture
The Myfuture programme introduces you to AUT, our amazing facilities and friendly people.
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Apply to AUT

Contact the AUT Student Hub

AUT's Student Hub provides information on applications and admission, fees and invoices, academic records, general enrolment, graduation, accommodation, orientation and student services.

Call us on 0800 AUT UNI (0800 288 864)
from 8am - 5pm, Monday - Friday

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Undergraduate study options

AUT helps you realise your talent, unleash your potential and grow with confidence. As an undergraduate student at AUT, you will develop the ability to innovate, be flexible and call on a diverse range of skills, so that you can move with ease to wherever your future takes you. Our focus on collaboration and real-world experience will bring your learning to life, with shared projects and industry placements at the heart of many of our undergraduate degrees.

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Postgraduate study options

AUT is one of New Zealand's leading contemporary universities. We offer you a new approach to postgraduate study – one that is innovative, supportive, and collaborative to help you challenge traditional thinking, as well as yourself. Our high-quality teaching staff, research-rich environment, innovative facilities, learning support and contemporary programmes enable us to produce skilled and sought-after graduates.

Read more about why to choose AUT for your postgraduate study 

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AUT research and institutes

Research

Research is a key focus for AUT. We deliver nationally leading research in a number of areas, and value research collaboration with local and international organisations and communities. The number of research active staff at AUT continues to grow, and we constantly seek and create new opportunities to collaborate on research that matters. AUT's range of diverse research facilities helps attract research partners, research projects and research funding, as well as providing opportunities for postgraduate students.

Key research contacts

AUT has a comprehensive research infrastructure, with a centralised Research and Innovation Office as well as the commercialisation arm AUT Enterprises Limited (AUTEL), which engages with industry and commercial networks to bring new technologies to market.

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About AUT

Derek McCormack

Vice-Chancellor

About Auckland University of Technology (AUT)

AUT is a contemporary New Zealand university focusing on student success, research and industry connectivity. AUT is the second largest university in New Zealand, and has established itself as an institution of global standing and impact. Our success as a university is underpinned by our ability to forge strong partnerships with individuals, institutions and organisations world-wide. These partnerships create opportunities for research collaboration by bringing together the best minds to address critical issues of global importance and deliver outcomes with maximum impact.

Read the welcome from Vice-Chancellor Derek McCormack