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Join our Waipapa Taumata Rau Whānau. Apply now for Semester Two at the University of Auckland.

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Covid-19 information for our community

Updates for our staff and students.

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Enrol for Semester Two

Remember to enrol for Semester Two, if you haven't already.

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Unique postgraduate scholarship opportunity

The prestigious Kupe scholarship for aspiring leaders is now open. Bespoke leadership programme, mentoring and up to $22,000 stipend. Apply now for 2023.

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Study options

Study options

Search our wide range of study options and find a programme for 2022.

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New Zealand border opening for international students

The New Zealand Government updated the country’s plan to re-open New Zealand’s borders.

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University improves international impact ranking

The University of Auckland has moved up to sixth place in the 2022 Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings.

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Embrace the uncomfortable

Expand your comfort zone with postgraduate study at New Zealand’s leading university.

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Remote learning

Useful information for students who can't make it to campus.

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Get help choosing your study options

Do you need help planning your undergraduate studies? Our new way to discover career pathways and study options is based on your interests and personality.

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Student Hubs

Welcome to the Student Hubs. Our friendly staff will provide you with advice on any aspect of your studies and life at the University of Auckland.

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Three Minute Thesis 2022

Could you share the story of your research in three minutes? Join this fun and fast-paced global communication competition to find out.

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Autumn 2022 Graduation photos

Congratulations to everyone who graduated this week. Flip through the photo galleries.

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Live with us in 2022

Applications for our catered and self-catered residences are open.

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How to check your application status

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Semester Two Accommodation Scholarships

Stay with us for free in Semester Two! We're welcoming applications from undergrad, postgrad, and Tertiary Foundation Certificate students.

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In solidarity with Ukraine

The University of Auckland stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and those affected by the growing humanitarian crisis.

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Dr Deepika Jindal. Pitopito kōrero | News

The big quit: How job crafting can help

One key way to retain and attract staff is to give people greater scope to craft their jobs, say University of Auckland researchers.

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Professor Jay Marlowe and Dr Gül İnanç. Pitopito kōrero | News

Universities must support more students with refugee backgrounds

Offering students with refugee backgrounds targeted support to enrol and succeed is now a bottom line for universities wanting a top global impact ranking.

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Ananish Chaudhuri is Professor of Experimental Economics at the University of Auckland. Pitopito kōrero | News

New book examines pandemic decision-making and responses

Professor Ananish Chaudhuri explores Covid-19 policy decisions, their implications, and cognitive biases in pandemic decision-making in his new book.

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Professor Warwick Bagg Pitopito kōrero | News

Increased student places would help address medical shortage

The University is eager to work with Health NZ and the Māori Health authority to expand the health workforce across the country.

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Dr Marcia Leenen-Young Whakaaro | Opinion

Championing Samoa’s hard-won fight for freedom

As Samoa's new PM visits NZ, Dr Marcia Leenen-Young looks at the determination of multiple generations in Samoa who fought to govern themselves.

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Woman speaking into a smart phone. Whakaaro | Opinion

Hey, Siri: What about Te Reo speakers?

We need to build voice recognition systems alongside language speakers to counter the existing bias, especially for te reo Māori, writes Jesin James.

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