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Joining us as an international student?

We’re processing international applications! Access information about studying at the University of Auckland and what it’s like to live in our biggest city.

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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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Live with us in 2023

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Te Papa Manaaki | Campus Care

A safe, confidential and free service that supports the health, wellbeing and safety of everyone at the University of Auckland.

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Te reo Māori

Te Kūaha – The Doorway

Te Kūaha is an educational resource for University of Auckland staff, students and alumni to learn basic te reo Māori and protocol.

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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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Summer Lab
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Summer Lab

A 4-week experience where participants identify problems, form teams and come up with a venture idea as their solution. Apply by 1 November.

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Emma Ormsby. Pitopito kōrero | News

Blues Award winner to design a wharenui for Auckland high school

ELAM student Emma Ormsby (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Porou, Tainui) is in her final year of Bachelor of Fine Arts - but her journey is just getting started.

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Kākāpō microbiome adds to parrot's extraordinary quirks

Clues from the microbiome may help a critically endangered bird to survive.

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Racism disproportionally affects visibly Indigenous and ethnic minority youth

Māori and ethnic minority youth who are not perceived as European/Pākehā or ‘white’ are more likely to experience racial discrimination Lancet study shows.

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Multimillion-dollar fund supports circular plastics economy

A holistic new model to support the reuse of hard plastics, like those found in vehicles and computers, is being developed.

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Lower Nihotupu, one of five reservoirs in the Waitākere Ranges Whakaaro | Opinion

Citizen assemblies offer hope for democracy and climate change challenges

Watercare has used a ‘deliberative democracy’ process to get input from Aucklanders on future water sources for the region. Tatjana Buklijas explains.

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A room full of adults, hands raised in the air, having a good, old sing! Whakaaro | Opinion

What singing can do for your mental health

Singing is good for our well-being as Dr Suzanne Purdy and Alison Talmage, and members of the CeleBRation Choir, can testify.

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