Founded in 1883, Auckland is now the country’s largest university with 38,500 students, nearly 10,000 of whom graduate annually. The main campus is in the heart of Auckland city and we have four specialist campuses.
Meet Vice-Chancellor Professor Stuart McCutcheon.
Get a quick overview of the University, including key facts and figures.
The Mission and Values of The University of Auckland as set out in the Strategic Plan 2013-2020
Read about our beginnings in a disused courthouse and jail.
Understand our management and committee structure and find out about our campuses.
Read about the key objectives in the Strategic Plan 2013-2020 or download the Annual Report.
We have some key alliances with national and international bodies.
Shop the University branded clothing, memorabilia and Goldie Wines range.
Analysis of issues for New Zealand's tertiary education and research sectors.
Key contacts including where to go for course information, media and alumni enquiries, and emergencies.
A comprehensive directory for all academic and commercial facilties on campus.
Find out about our acquisition and development of the former Lion Breweries site in Newmarket
Faculties, institutes, campuses and library
- Faculty of Arts
- Business School
- National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
- Faculty of Science
- Liggins Institute
- Auckland Bioengineering Institute
- Libraries and Learning Services
- More information...