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Study 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.

You learn in a modern and collaborative environment, frequently working with your classmates on projects and taught by some of the best teaching and research staff in the country. Many of our programmes include valuable workplace experience with industry clients – making it easy for you to network with potential employers and move from university to your future career.

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.

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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.

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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

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Professor Barbara Bollard (second from left) and remote sensing technician Ashray Doshi (right) in Antarctica.
Sarat Singamneni
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Professor Barbara Bollard (second from left) and remote sensing technician Ashray Doshi (right) in Antarctica.
Antarctic summer for AUT academics
24 Jan, 2023
Professor Barbara Bollard and remote sensing technician Ashray Doshi are using drones to map ancient moss beds in the Casey region.
Sarat Singamneni
Government grant for shapeshifting tech
15 Dec, 2022
The grant funds research by Dr Yifan Lv and Professor Sarat Singamneni into 3D-printed shapeshifting antennas for 6G wireless transmission.
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AUT hosts 10th CS4HS conference
29 Nov, 2022
The Computer Science for High Schools (CS4HS) conference introduces fun new ways of teaching STEM subjects at secondary schools across Aotearoa.
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New professors and associate professors
17 Nov, 2022
AUT is delighted to announce the promotion of 15 of its academics to the position of Professor and 30 to Associate Professor.
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Calling time on the imperial lawn
02 Nov, 2022
By planting trees on third of the world’s city lawns, we could absorb 6 billion tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere over 20 years.
Opening in July, the City Campus’ new Engineering, Design and Technology building will be 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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School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
WZ Building, Level 3
6 St Paul Street
Auckland City
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640 Great South Road
Manukau, Auckland
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