Official AUT publications

AUT’s main official publications include our strategic plan, the Annual Report and the AUT Calendar. On this page you can learn more about the different official university publications AUT produces and download pdfs of the various AUT publications.

Te Kete AUT Strategy

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AUT’s vision is ‘Enriching lives and creating a better world through technology, learning, and discovery’. Find out how we are focusing on this as Aotearoa New Zealand’s university of technology and opportunity.

Download Te Kete AUT Strategy

Te Aronui – AUT Te Tiriti Framework

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The framework is a confident response to our commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and seeks to enable us to give life to Tiriti honouring actions. Importantly, the framework responds to the National Education and Learning Priorities (NELP) and the Tertiary Education Strategy (TES) 2020. Te Aronui was developed and co-designed by AUT staff throughout 2022, engaging with tangata whenua and other key stakeholders of the university.

The vision of the framework is to see a culture within AUT that views Te Tiriti as an opportunity to grow and prosper as a university; providing a strategic foundation for faculties, schools and central service units to support the formulation of strategic and operational plans to enhance positive outcomes for Māori and the wider AUT whānau.

Download Te Aronui

Annual Report

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AUT’s Annual Report sets out the university’s performance and information about key events and issues for the year. It covers information about our services, graduates, research and the positive impacts we have on the lives of our students, staff and stakeholders. You can download the current Annual Report or view older reports,

Download 2023 AUT Annual Report

Previous versions of the Annual Report

AUT Calendar

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The AUT Calendar sets out the university's academic regulations – the requirements for admission to AUT and each course of study. It also describes:

  • Details of AUT courses
  • Academic units and their staff
  • General information about AUT

The AUT Calendar is only available online.

Download full version: AUT Calendar

Previous versions of the AUT Calendar 

Disability Action Plan

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AUT’s Disability Action Plan 2024-2026 is founded on an ongoing programme of engagement between AUT, and our disabled and Deaf students and staff.

More details about the Disability Action Plan

The Support to Study Code

The Support to Study Code (Health, Wellbeing and Fitness to Study) is a supportive framework document that is used in situations where concerns are raised about the Fitness to Study of an AUT student.

Download AUT's Support to Study Code

Investment plan

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The Investment Plan outlines AUT’s planned activities over the next three years. This document also demonstrates AUT’s value to Auckland and Aotearoa New Zealand as well as the university's contribution to meeting the Government’s priorities for tertiary education.

Download AUT’s Investment Plan

Insight: the magazine for AUT alumni

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Insight is the magazine for AUT’s alumni community. Produced annually, this publication covers news about research and innovation at AUT, achievements and stories about notable AUT alumni from around the world, recent news and events from across the university, and more.

Insight magazine and news

Contact us

For official information about AUT you can contact:

News media enquiries

AUT's media contacts

Official Information Act requests

Dr Andrea Vujnovich
Assistant Vice-Chancellor Corporate and General Counsel
Phone: +64 9 921 9958

Statistics and plans

Megan Skinner
Director Strategy & Planning
Phone: +64 9 921 8324