International exchange for AUT students

Interested in travelling while completing your AUT degree? Lots of our students complete a semester or two at one of our partner universities on an international exchange.

Studying overseas can change your life – you’ll be immersed in another culture, meet new people and gain international experience. Cross credit the points back to your AUT degree and continue your studies when you return to New Zealand.

Why should you go on exchange?

Here are just a few reasons you should take the opportunity to do exchange:

  • You’ll learn a lot – both academically and personally
  • You’ll return to AUT with more self-confidence and maturity
  • You’ll add value to your degree by experiencing different teaching styles and taking different courses

Where you can go: our partners

Australia

Austria

Canada

Denmark

Germany

Mexico

Netherlands

Sweden

United States of America

United Kingdom

Vietnam

Australia

Belgium

Canada

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Hungary

India

Japan

Korea

Norway

People's Republic of China

Singapore

Spain

Sweden

Taiwan

Thailand

The Netherlands

United Kingdom

United States of America

Austria

Canada

Denmark

Mexico

Netherlands

Sweden

United Kingdom

United States of America

Colombia

France

South Korea

Sweden

United States of America

Belgium

Denmark

Netherlands

United Kingdom

United States of America

Spain

China

Colombia

Czech Republic

France

Hong Kong

Spain

United States of America

China

Japan

(All Japanese Language students must apply before 1 September for either semester 1 or 2 exchange)

Netherlands

South Korea

Spain

Sweden

Taiwan

United States of America

Canada

Sweden

United Kingdom

United States of America

Germany

United Kingdom

United States of America

United States of America

Gain international experience with an overseas exchange like AUT alumnus Andy Bell who studied humanities and social sciences at Comillas Pontifical University in Spain
Billy Fry (2018) attended San Diego State University, studying a Bachelor of Sport and Recreation. SDSU is a popular host university for sport and recreation students.
Melinda Lam in Sweden
Melinda Lam (2017) made many friends during her exchange to Malmo University, Sweden, and discovered a passion for international education through her time abroad.
Kylsen Tatlonghari in Japan
Kylsen Tatlonghari (2017) says his exchange in Japan felt like a dream, and while overseas he realised there was more to discover in the world beyond New Zealand.
Eden Martin (2016) studied at Queen Margaret University in Scotland. While studying abroad, Eden immersed herself in the Scottish culture.
Eden Martin (2016) studied at Queen Margaret University in Scotland. While studying abroad, Eden immersed herself in the Scottish culture.
Kimberley Jones at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute
Kimberley Jones (2016) secured a spot at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute and spent one semester enriching her fashion design knowledge in The Netherlands.

AUT exchange blog

Interested in hearing from AUT students who have travelled while completing their degree? Check out their entries on our blog.

AUT exchange blog

Toby Games
Tia Feng
Amy Pollok
Daniel Millward

Current students: find out more

If you’re a current student, check the Student Digital Workspace (SDW) for more details.