AUT is the second largest university in New Zealand, with 100,000 alumni around the world. We're located in Auckland, the third best city in the world to live in. When you study at AUT, you'll join 6,000 international students from 140 countries.

New Zealand is a stable, English-speaking democracy with just over four million people. We are one of the most peaceful nations in the world and one of the best countries to live in.


Meet our international students

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Thai Ha Nguyen

Master of Business
Bachelor of Business
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Milimo Muleya

Master of Science (Research)
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Ryan Li

Master of Applied Finance
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United States of America

Briana Nezbah Edmo

Master of Human Rights
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Enora Le Flao

Doctor of Philosophy
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United States of America

Mathew St Martin

Master of Emergency Management
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Wataru Hiramatsu

Master of Sport and Exercise
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Meghana Lama

Master of Business
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Natalie Tan Yee Ning

Bachelor of Arts
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Mikhail Ali

Bachelor of Creative Technologies

Register as an AUT international agent

Find out how you can apply to become an international agent to connect students with great study opportunities at AUT.

Prospective agent information

Why choose AUT?

Located in multicultural Auckland, we are the top ranked university for international outlook in Australia and New Zealand.

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You're just a few steps away from joining AUT.

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You can contact us online, phone us, or find an AUT agent in your country.

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AUT's accommodation buildings
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AUT accommodation is a great option for international students. It's modern and convenient – live just minutes away from our City or North campuses.


AUT abides by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students

The Code sets out minimum standards of advice and care that you can expect and provides a procedure that you can follow if you have concerns about the treatment you receive from us or an AUT registered agent.

Responsibility for pastoral care of international students under the Code is for the duration of enrolment.

More about the code


iStudents Complaints is an independent dispute resolution scheme established by the New Zealand Government. It helps international students resolve disputes between students and their education provider.

It is important that you have raised any complaint with AUT using the Student Feedback Form before engaging iStudent.

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