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Applications for accommodation commencing in Semester Two 2018 are now open.

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Visit us in Alfred Nathan House for information and advice on your degree, your enrolment, fee payments, Campus Card and visa renewals.

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ClockTower Notice

Human Sciences Building lectures and tutorials update

Some lectures and tutorials scheduled to take place in the Human Sciences Building have been moved.

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Exercise Sciences Notice

Exercise Sciences have moved

Exercise Sciences undergraduate labs and postgraduate lectures will be delivered from their new purpose-built facilities in Newmarket from Monday 16 April.

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Waka Ama winners

The Great Waka Ama Race

Congratulations to the "Engineering Eagles" for winning their third consecutive all-expenses-paid trip to the Queen Lili’uokalani Memorial race in Hawaii!

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Elizabeth Broadbent and Bruce MacDonald News

Robotics in industry and at home

As the key centre of robotics research in New Zealand, we're holding a free public lecture series where researchers will explain and discuss their work.

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Rinki Murphy News

Income inequality impacts obesity in children

A study of over 200,000 children shows that obesity can be affected by income levels with girls having higher rates of obesity in wealthier countries.

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Michaela Sokolich-Beatson News

Students among medal hopefuls

University of Auckland students have gold medal hopes as the 2018 Commonwealth Games begin on Australia's Gold Coast.

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Biomechanics Day News

National Biomechanics Day

School students will see and experience biomechanics projects at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI) as part of National Biomechanics Day.

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Gibbons Lecture Series: Robots everywhere

In this year’s Gibbons Lectures Bruce MacDonald, Mike Shatford, Patrice Delmas and Elizabeth Broadbent share different issues about robotics.

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Elise Beavis Event

A degree of diversity: Our stories so far

Come along and celebrate 50 years of Engineering Science success with a series of speakers reflecting on their unique careers.

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UTS Blackfriars Research Hub, Sydney, Courtesy: TGZ Event

FFWD18: Architects discuss design for urban spaces

Popular lecture and discussion series Fast Forward returns from March to May with a focus on high-quality design for Auckland’s expanding urban areas.

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Chris Wild MOOC

An introduction to data analysis

Data to Insight provides an introduction to statistical data analysis for those new to the subject, as well as those wanting a reminder and a fresh perspective.

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Peter O’Connor Opinion

Time to change how we talk about teachers

Professor Peter O'Conner thinks the meaning of 'teacher' needs to be revitalised in order to drive some life back into the teaching profession.

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Susan St John Opinion

Landlords, save your crocodile tears

Find out why Honourable Associate Professor Susan St John doesn't think that taxpayers should be subsidising landlords and home owners.

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What's on! Events

What's On

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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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