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How to apply as an international student

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University of Auckland climbs in World University Rankings

The University has been ranked 65th in the world, achieving our highest result in more than a decade.

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Top 1% in the world for sustainability

The University has been ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide for sustainability in the 2024 Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.

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New General Education courses 2024

Enrol in one of our new General Education courses. You’ll work across disciplines to use your diverse ways of thinking to find solutions to global problems.

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Foodstuffs wants to merge its co-ops, but consumers need the opposite

As calls for competition in the grocery sector continue, Tim Hazledine questions the way Foodstuffs is operating.

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The oxymoronic underpinning of green consumerism

There's no buying our way out of our environmental crisis, says Gabriela Baron.

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Value of disclosing donor conception explored

Survey explores whether parents have told children who were conceived thanks to sperm, egg and embryo donations.

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Making mokopuna decisions

Eru Kapa-Kingi reflects on recent action in te ao Māori, including the nationwide strikes to assert the mana of Te Tiriti and protect the rights of mokopuna.

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Achieving justice a key passion for aspiring lawyer

The Law Association Prize is empowering LLB(Hons)/BGlobalSt graduate Arianna Bacic to advocate for a more equitable justice system.

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New metric for blood circulation in brain to better understand dementia

Researchers from the Mātai Institute and the Auckland Bioengineering Institute have developed a new metric from measured blood circulation in our brain.

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Ignite Innovation 2024

Our comprehensive programme empowers aspiring changemakers and entrepreneurs like you to navigate the complexities of turning ideas into a viable start-up.

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