AUT Law School professor, Kris Gledhill, outlines the judicial process for the trial of the alleged perpetrator of the Christchurch terror attacks.
AUT ICT and Engineering Career Fair is a great way to expand students’ understanding of career options and employers’ knowledge of AUT qualifications.
AUT’s Policy Observatory recently launched a report exploring what government can do to improve diversity and inclusion.
Employers at the recent AUT Hospitality, Tourism, Events and Culinary Arts Career Fair showed a strong interest in AUT students.
AUT student Toni Darling says the AUT Volunteering Expo and AUT Edge Award gave her the push she needed to get involved in conservation.
A unique initiative, the AUT Edge Award is designed to give graduates the edge in the workplace. In July, another 32 students graduated with the award.
AUT’s newest employability relationship manager Rachael Marsters is ready to meet with employers, and connect them with AUT’s great students and graduates.
As the Freemasons Charity invites applications for university scholarships for study in 2019, we talk to one AUT recipient on the difference it has made.
A scholarship sponsored by a prominent wool producer enables one of our textile design students to pursue her idea for stylish sound-proofing.
Mixing the generations for leadership lessons during AUT’s Shadow a Leader day.
A collaboration between AUT’s Midwifery department, Auckland District Health Board and Birthcare led to the opening of three refurbished birthing rooms.
AUT has partnered with PharmaCann New Zealand Ltd to research the development of medicinal cannabis products in New Zealand.
Merging communities is at the heart of the partnership between AUT and Lifewise, which present a high-end dinner to raise money to end homelessness.
AUT is working with NewZealand.ai to host a series of practical AI workshops throughout June and July.
From studying to gaining an internship at the SKYCITY Breakers and securing a role at 2degrees – AUT alumna Maddy Elgar took advantage of any opportunity.
AUT Law School graduate to gain work experience in the heart of the British criminal law system after receiving Pegasus Scholarship
AUT culinary arts student Ben Kwek is currently on the other side of the world, experiencing the magic of working for Walt Disney World Resort.
French artist Olga Kisseliva will be hosted by AUT as the 2018 Te Ataata resident.
Social change campaigner Richie Hardcorekicked off the AUT Culture and Society Career Fair by stressing the importance of resilience and learning.
Over 14,660 hours of volunteering have now been logged by AUT students doing the AUT Edge Award – an extraordinary amount of volunteering by AUT students.
A new website, Talking Minds, is now available to help young people with psychosis navigate the complexities of the condition.
Over 640 students descended on 32 employers who were offering up to 1,000 graduate roles or internships at the first Business and Economics Career Fair.
28 AUT graduates have been chosen by major companies – including Facebook, Westpac, Lululemon and Allbirds – to be interns in their North American offices.
Attending a lunchtime presentation by ANZ Technology during her time as an AUT student delivered pure gold for software development alumna Bailee Devey.
New Zealand’s first fully battery powered electric bus hits the road today, thanks to a joint initiative by Tranzit Group, EECA (Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority) and AUT.
Physiotherapy students are buzzing with anticipation about heading into the workplace after attending the Match Ready Employability Experience in early March.
When Elon Musk's commercial space company Space X successfully launched Falcon Heavy, AUT’s Radio Astronomy and Space Research team helped keep an eye on it.
New global rankings show AUT now has 13 subjects ranked, with two of them featuring in the top 50 in the world.
How do you help students meet employers when they are also extremely busy studying? The answer at AUT has been to develop Employability Matters.
Three new industry and employability events are opening up opportunities for new employers to engage with AUT students and graduates.
South Campus staff recently competed in the OKE Head2Head Walk – a 24-hour, 125km relay around Auckland’s Manukau Harbour – to help raise money for local schools.
Internationally acclaimed director Taika Waititi will be one of the award winners at the World Class New Zealand Celebration in New York on November 15th.
The 2018 Times Higher Education (THE) subject rankings released today show AUT featuring strongly in two of its subject areas; clinical, pre-clinical and health, and the life sciences categories.
Warren Brookbanks, Professor of Criminal Law and Justice Studies and founder and director of AUT’s Centre for Non-Adversarial Justice, has been appointed to the criminal law committee of the New Zealand Law Society.
The SKYCITY Breakers have launched an official relationship with education provider Auckland University of Technology (AUT), in a multi-faceted partnership that sees both parties benefit year-round.
A new sponsorship agreement with S23M will result in a wealth of new opportunities for students and staff
Pacific Media Centre Director, Professor David Robie will join academics from around the world in a global academic exchange with Indonesia's Universitas Gadjah Mada. In return, seven academics from the Indonesian university will visit AUT for the first communication and publication research collaboration of its kind in New Zealand.
AUT has won big at the 2017 Best Awards - the annual design industry awards dinner held last Friday, 6 October 2017.
KiwiRail has taken out the supreme award at the AUT Business School Excellence in Business Support Awards.
Now in its 12th year, the Excellence in Business Support Awards is the only national performance measure for business support organisations.