International partnerships

AUT's School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences has a number of international partnerships and collaborative programmes with prestigious universities around the globe.

International collaborative programmes

Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh University of Science (HCMUS)

  • Since 2009, AUT has been delivering their Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) including Software Development and IT Service Science papers at the HCMUS campus in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • Students can gain a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) from HCMUS and the BCIS degree, or just the BCIS degree
  • Blended course delivery including (a majority of) on-campus teaching at ITEC (HCMUS’s International Training and Education Center) with some AUT-facilitated self-directed learning
  • Students can also study at AUT in New Zealand, and progress on to master's level study at AUT with preferred entry status (depending on grades)

Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh University of Science (HCMUS) website

BINUS University, Jakarta, Indonesia

  • BINUS students can transfer 240 points from their BINUS information systems or computer science degree to the BCIS and gain a double degree
  • Students transfer to AUT to complete the double degree

BINUS University website

China Jiliang University (CJLU), Hangzhou, China

  • Since 2012, AUT has been delivering their Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) including Software Development and IT Service Science papers at the CJLU campus in Hangzhou, China
  • Classroom and lab-based delivery
  • Students receive a double degree: CJLU’s Bachelor of Information Technology and the BCIS
  • Graduating students have preferred entry status (depending on grades) into a master's programme at AUT

China Jiliang University (CJLU) website

Post and Telecommunications Institute of Technology (University) (PTIT), Hanoi, Vietnam

  • PTIT Information Technology undergraduate students can transfer 1.5 to 2 years' credits to the AUT Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences BCIS and gain a double degree (total of 4 years of study)

Post and Telecommunications Institute of Technology (University) (PTIT) website

Shanxi Agriculture University (SXAU), Shanxi, China

  • SXAU students can transfer after 2.5 or 3 years at SXAU and transfer up to 240 points to the AUT Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) (any major) at AUT
  • Students can complete both the SXAU Bachelor of Software Engineering and the AUT BCIS

Shanxi Agriculture University website

Professional MARA Colleges (KKTM MARA/KPM MARA)

  • KKTM MARA students can transfer up to 180 points from the Diploma in Electronic Engineering (several streams) to the AUT Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (BE)
  • Kolej KPM MARA students can transfer up to 120 points from the Diploma in Computer Networking (DCN) or the Higher Diploma in Computer Systems Development (HND SYD) to the AUT Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS)

MARA website

Capital Normal University (CNU), Beijing, China

  • CNU students can transfer after 2 years at CNU and transfer up to 120 points to the AUT Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) (any major) at AUT
  • Students can complete both the CNU undergraduate degree program in Computer Science and the AUT BCIS

Capital Normal University website

Postgraduate study

The programmes above are pathways to postgraduate study at AUT. Contact us if you have any questions about postgraduate courses at AUT.

Contact the School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences

We welcome enquiries from universities interested in collaborating in engineering, computer and information sciences, or mathematical sciences.

Email collaborative@aut.ac.nz