Partnerships

At AUT, collaboration and partnerships underpin everything we do. Our partnerships help us produce great graduates, and turn research into commercial and community outcomes.

Partnering with AUT gives you access to fresh talent, ideas and research that can benefit your business or community. There are many ways to partner with AUT – from collaborating with AUT staff or students on research to recruiting top student talent.

More than 140 recruiters attend our annual ICT & Engineering Careers Fair to connect with over 700 students
One of several annual career fairs, the ICT & Engineering Careers Fair connects 700 students and more than 140 recruiters
AUT support of the Auckland Theatre Company (ATC) includes sponsorship of the Theatre in Schools programme and several research initiatives
AUT support of the Auckland Theatre Company (ATC) includes sponsorship of the Theatre in Schools programme and several research initiatives
AUT is the official education partner of the NZ Breakers basketball team and the player sponsor of Jordan Ngatai
AUT is the official education partner of the NZ Breakers basketball team and the player sponsor of Jordan Ngatai
AUT is Auckland Art Gallery’s university partner as well as the sponsor of the Pat Hanly Creativity Awards
AUT is Auckland Art Gallery’s university partner as well as the sponsor of the Pat Hanly Creativity Awards

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Want to recruit students or graduates, promote internships or network with our students at events on campus? Contact our employability relationship managers to meet AUT's top student and graduate talent.

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WH Building solar fins
Professor Valery Feigin
Photo of the crater at Whakaari/White Island
Silhoutte drawings of trees making a forest.
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AUT Lecturer Hēmi Kelly standing arms crossed in front of the AUT marae.
A new dawn for te reo Māori
12 Dec, 2019
The popularity of the Māori language has grown substantially in recent years, writes Lecturer Hēmi Kelly.
WH Building solar fins
AUT awarded for revolutionising energy
11 Dec, 2019
AUT has won the Revolutionising Energy Award at the 2019 NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards.
Professor Valery Feigin
Plan to mitigate neurological disorders
11 Dec, 2019
Professor Valery Feigin leads global strategy to bridge the gap between growing burden of neurological disorders and overstretched health resources.
Photo of the crater at Whakaari/White Island
Why were tourists allowed on Whakaari?
11 Dec, 2019
Research shows the majority of thrill-seekers are looking for risk, but in a controlled way, writes Professor Michael Lueck.
Silhoutte drawings of trees making a forest.
Call for a diverse national forest
06 Dec, 2019
Perhaps, when it comes to forests and climate change, we've got the wrong end of the stick, writes Dr David Hall.

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