Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences

AUT’s degrees in engineering and computer and mathematical sciences are your opportunity to play a key role in New Zealand’s technological, social and economic development.

Our teaching and research staff are among the best in New Zealand and internationally. This, alongside collaborative learning environments and valuable workplace experience with industry clients, contributes to our programmes achieving the highest standards in student experience and employer satisfaction.

A certificate or diploma will give you an introduction to your chosen subject and can prepare you for further study.

Research in engineering, computer and mathematical sciences

We believe in high-quality research that has impact, and have world-class researchers and research strengths across engineering, computer and mathematical sciences.

More about our research

Women in technology

If you’re a woman studying or interested in technology, you can find support, encouragement and fun in a number of groups – check out how you can help each other to succeed in your fields.

Women in technology

Partnerships with international universities

We have a number of partnerships and collaborative programmes with universities around the world.

Learn more about our partnerships

Work with us: ways to partner with AUT

We’re proud of our strong industry links – and we’re always looking for new opportunities to partner with organisations. Find out how you can access AUT talent and help shape the future of computing and engineering.

Become an industry partner

Labs and facilities

Our industry-leading facilities for engineering and computer and mathematical sciences students include the Scanning Electron Microscope and 3D Printing Lab.

Find out more about our facilities

The City Campus’ new Engineering, Technology and Design building is the home for our School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
The City Campus’ new Engineering, Technology and Design building is the home for our School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
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News
THE world university rankings for AUT 2019
AUT students sit in the WG lecture hall
Professor Guy Littlefair
Zohreh and Maryam Doborjeh with the NeuCube machine learning system
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THE world university rankings for AUT 2019
THE rankings place AUT in NZ top three
27 Sep, 2018
AUT has significantly improved in global university rankings published today by the Times Higher Education.
AUT students sit in the WG lecture hall
AUT 2019 domestic and international fees
13 Sep, 2018
Tuition fees for new domestic students, and for domestic and international students currently enrolled in a programme will increase in 2019.
Professor Guy Littlefair
Five questions: Professor Guy Littlefair
03 Sep, 2018
We asked Professor Guy Littlefair five questions about his research at the time of his Inaugural Professorial Address.
Zohreh and Maryam Doborjeh with the NeuCube machine learning system
World first for decision-making AI
03 Sep, 2018
In a world first, AUT researchers have developed an AI model, which can predict a person’s choices before they have even made up their mind.
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City Campus’ newest building now open
17 Jul, 2018
The WZ building – the new home of our School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences – represents a new way of teaching and learning for AUT.
Events
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2018 AUT Mathematical Sciences Symposium
Thursday 22 Nov, 9am - Friday 23 Nov, 6pm

Contact details

Contact us online
Phone 0800 AUT UNI (0800 288 864)

Departments of Computer Science, Information Technology and Software Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
AUT Tower, Level 1 (Wakefield St Entrance)
2-14 Wakefield St
Auckland City
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Departments of Built Environment, Electrical and Electronic and Mechanical Engineering
Science and Engineering Building (WZ), Level 3
34 St Paul Street
Auckland City
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South Campus
640 Great South Road
Manukau, Auckland
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