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CIE students - important message

We have important information for students who sat the 2017 University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) in New Zealand.

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Student advice Planning

Course Advice Sessions

One-on-one course advice to help you with planning your degree and choosing courses.

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Tertiary Foundation Certificates

TEC applications are still open. Get an overview of the programme and if it’s right for you.

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Fees-free tertiary study

Tertiary study will be more affordable for first-time students in 2018.

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Online Orientation Get ready

Online Orientation

Received an offer of place in an undergraduate programme for 2018? Check Online Orientation for what you need to know before uni starts.

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Vice-Chancellor, Stuart McCutcheon News

University expands its rural doctor training to Taranaki

We are launching our regional-rural medical programme in Taranaki, with 18 year five medical students starting at Hawera Hospital on Monday.

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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences News

Ground breaking study shows gestational diabetes link to heart disease

A large study has shown that women who get gestational diabetes are at a higher risk of getting type 2 diabetes, hypertension and ischaemic heart disease.

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Professor Deborah Levy News

Property conference on trends, insights and challenges

Leading thinkers and practitioners in disciplines of property and real estate come together in Auckland to discuss property research for our changing world.

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Ship noise affects ability of marine species to communicate

University of Auckland scientists have carried out the first-ever large scale investigation into the effects of ship noise in the waters of the Hauraki Gulf.

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High hopes for children Opinion

High hopes for children

Dr Ian Hyslop, Counselling, Human Services and Social Work, explains ‘hunting monsters’ won’t solve child abuse and the impact of poverty must be recognised.

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Associate Professor Stephen Hoadley Opinion

Will 2018 bring deeper disasters or rebounding reforms?

Associate Professor Stephen Hoadley (Politics and International Relations) believes 2018 will not be a year of catastrophe despite worrying global concerns.

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Messy play Seminar

Early Childhood Development and Education in Kenya

Experience a socio-historical and cultural overview of ECE in Kenya highlighting accomplishments in access, quality, and curriculum reform.

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Professor Eric Topol Lecture

Towards high definition, individualised medicine

Hear how tools such as sensors, sequencing and the integration of big data for each person will allow us to transcend the era of generalised medicine.

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Professor Arthur Reingold Lecture

Achieving high levels of childhood immunisation

Arthur Reingold of the Berkeley School of Public Health, asks what the options are for promoting vaccination when the "Truth" differs from the "Facts".

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Professor David Nutt Lecture

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

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

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Class of 2017 Yearbook

Check out some of the highlights from 2017 including the events, clubs and programmes on campus, as well as high performing students and award winners.

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University of Auckland CompSci Society Clubs Awards

New Club of the Year: Auckland University CompSci Society

Congratulations to the seven winners of our 2017 Clubs Awards!

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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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Become a UniGuide!

We’re recruiting UniGuides for Semester One next year. If you want to make a difference and help new students transition to University life, apply now.

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