Welcome to AUT International House!
Everyone at AUT International House is dedicated to making your stay in New Zealand both productive and enjoyable. This is a great opportunity for you to improve your English, make new friends and experience the beauty of Auckland and the friendliness of New Zealanders. We look forward to welcoming you and to helping you make the most of your time here.
If you're an international student living outside New Zealand, you can now study the GIE programme online to prepare for degree entry at AUT.
This online, intensive Academic IELTS exam preparation course is for students working towards their IELTS Academic English Test.
AUT International House
AUT International House is one of New Zealand's leading English language teaching organisations. It is part of the Auckland University of Technology, which was originally founded as a Technical School in 1895 and became a university in January 2000. It offers certificates, diplomas, degrees and post-graduate programmes and has over 25,000 students enrolling each year in the Faculties of Arts, Business, Health Studies, Māori Development, and Science and Engineering.
AUT International House is the only New Zealand member of the International House World Organisation. International House was established with the aim of improving the standard of English language teaching worldwide. Over 120 affiliated schools and teacher training branches in 50 countries make up the IH World Organisation. Over 60,000 students follow language courses in IH schools each year.
AUT International House is located in the heart of Auckland and next to the main Auckland University of Technology campus. The school building is modern, light, spacious, and has all the latest technological equipment. It also has views over the city, and Albert Park nearby. There are nine classrooms, two Independent Learning Centre rooms and one computer laboratory where Internet facilities are available.
Students enrolled at AUT International House receive an Auckland University of Technology student identity card. This card entitles you to use the University's libraries, the learning centre and sports facilities and gives you discounts in a number of shops, cinemas and theatres.
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.
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.