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The University for the Changing World

If you want an education that is active, stimulating and transforming - one that will prepare you for an exciting future - then welcome to AUT University, the University for the changing world.

AUT is a contemporary university, with a distinctive approach to teaching and learning, focused on providing student-centred, innovative and responsive learning experiences.
Here you’ll learn about AUT’s programmes that are designed for modern careers and gain insight into our engaging learning environment that embraces people, cultures and ideas. This section also offers key application and financial information plus specialised material for international students.

  • Study areas
    AUT offers an extensive range of pre-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in a variety of exciting subjects. Find out more about the qualifications available at AUT, our unique learning environment, research focus and career options.

  • Apply to AUT
    This section of the site outlines what you need to know to apply to study at AUT University. Find information about entry requirements, how to complete your application, and what to do if you are accepted.

  • Fees, scholarships and finance
    Here you’ll find information about undergraduate and postgraduate fees and charges and how to pay your fees. You can browse scholarships and awards that are available to support your study. We also offer details of who to contact if you need financial assistance or advice or have questions about your fees.

  • International students
    AUT University values the different perspectives and cultures that international students bring to our University and into our city. Here you’ll find specific information regarding the application process, fees, arriving and living in Auckland and the people and services available to support you during your time here.

  • Library
    The AUT University Library comprises three campus libraries, each of which provides services for teaching, learning and research.
Last updated: 14-Feb-2014 5.07pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.

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