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Accommodation Accommodation

Apply to live in the heart of the University

You can still apply for 2018 accommodation.

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Pasific Island Student Association (AUPISA) Find your place

Find your place at Clubs Expo

Held for the first time in Albert Park, check out more than 130 of our 200+ clubs, societies and associations.

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AskAuckland Get help

AskAuckland Central

Visit us in Alfred Nathan House for information and advice on your degree, how to find your way around the campus, your enrolment, fee payments and Campus Card.

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Fees-free tertiary study Fees

Fees-free tertiary study

Tertiary study is now more affordable for first-time students.

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at Unleash Space opening News

PM opens Unleash Space

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern launches a new hub to support students and staff grow ideas into ventures.

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Blanche Morrogh, winner of the 2017 Young Māori Business Leader Award News

Do you know an outstanding Māori business leader?

The call is out for nominations for the University of Auckland Aotearoa Māori Business Leaders Awards.

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Professor Peter Gilling News

Bay of Plenty receives campus status

The success of the Bay of Plenty District Health Board as a teaching and research facility has resulted in it officially becoming a Clinical Campus.

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Nadya Fauzia, Natasha Oliver, Noelle Dumo News

Students devote summer to real world research

Our youngest researchers are nearing the end of a summer spent taking on real-life research under the guidance of leading academics.

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Depression Opinion

Mental health and addiction two very different things

Professor Peter Adams (Population Health) argues that addiction must be tackled independently but alongside mental health in the government’s new inquiry.

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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Open Day

50th Anniversary Family Open Day

Whether you’re a past or present student, health professional or member of public, come celebrate at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.

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Wind turbines Lecture

Transitioning to a low emission future

Simon Corbell will discuss the role policy plays in accelerating decarbonisation, and the need to transform our transportation and energy systems.

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Professor James Nutt Lecture

How an enlightened approach to drug policy could revolutionise medicine as well as reducing drug harms

Professor Nutt discusses the flaws in current drug control regulations, in particular how they often lead to more harms than good.

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Early childhood teaching and learning Lecture

Distinguished visitor lecture on teacher commitment

Professor Dennis McInerney asks, are there essential characteristics that ensure engagement and longevity in the teaching profession?

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Business School students Celebrate

International Women's Day

The Business School is running a series of events on Thursday 8 March for International Women's Day, including panel sessions and a lecture by Tom Peters.

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Party in the Park, 2017 O' Week

Party in the Park

Party in the Park is back and we have UK drum 'n' bass superstars Chase & Status headlining!

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The Inside Word blog Blog

The Inside Word

Written by first-year students, The Inside Word blog captures what it’s like to study here at the University. Subscribe so you never miss a post!

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Basketball O' Week challenge 2017 O' Week

AUT vs UOA O’ Week Challenge

Feel the school pride as we take on our fellow Aucklanders in futsal, basketball and volleyball in the 2018 AUT vs. UOA Challenge on Friday 2 March.

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