International

AUT is the second largest university in New Zealand, with over 100,000 alumni around the world. We're accredited by the New Zealand government and located in Auckland, the third best city in the world to live in. When you choose to study at AUT, you'll join 5,400 international students from more than 95 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.

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Applying to AUT and what you need to get in

Find out about entry requirements and how to apply, and learn about tuition fees and other costs.

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Take a virtual campus tour

Tour AUT's campuses and check out our modern facilities and buildings before you arrive.

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Registered agents: help and login

If you’re an international agent, you can submit student applications via Agent Online. Learn more or read the user manual.

Agent information

Ruth Cink
Jing Feng
Tarau Bauia
Rodwell Gundo

Why choose AUT?

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

Contact details

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

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AUT’s global partners

Our global initiatives help strengthen our relationships: we welcome official VIP visits, offer study programmes for visiting groups, and collaborate widely with overseas institutions.

AUT's international relationships

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.

For further information on the Code of Practice refer to their website.

Code of Practice website

Complaints

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.

iStudent Complaints website