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Mānawa Mai Open Day

Get a taste of your future. Explore our vibrant campus in the heart of Auckland and get a feel for what Waipapa Taumata Rau is all about.

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Scholarships now open

Our school-leaver and first-year scholarships are now open, including scholarships for tauira Māori and students with Pacific heritage.

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Postgraduate scholarship

The Kupe Scholarship offers a bespoke leadership programme, mentoring, up to $22,000 stipend, and tuition fees for one year.

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Joining us as an international student?

We’re processing international applications. Read about study and scholarships at the University of Auckland, and what it’s like to live in our biggest city.

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How to apply as an international student

Learn more about applications, visas, important dates, insurance and other things to consider.

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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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Student accommodation

Whether you’re a recent school-leaver, a current undergraduate or postgraduate student, we have a place for you to call home while you study.

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Postgraduate study

Whether you want to change careers, progress in your current field or pursue a passion, we have a range of postgraduate study options to get you there.

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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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Professional development

We offer a wide range of continuing education and short course options to help you achieve your goals.

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Could we celebrate music without the competitiveness?

That New Zealand is hosting a major international choral event is a tribute to our choral reputation and excellence, says Gregory Camp.

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How to interpret Labour’s big UK victory

The Labour Party’s historic seizure of power in the UK is a defining moment, writes Professor John Morgan, that will require a new economic model.

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Innovative housing design wins top prize in 48-hour challenge

Engineering student Douglas Sartori Gonçalves spearheaded the design for a sustainable housing development in the winning team of the ArchEngBuild challenge.

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University of Auckland athletes off to France for the pinnacle of sport

Bonne chance to University of Auckland student athletes off to France to compete against the best in the world.

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Auckland Law School celebrates Pacific contribution

Auckland Law School launches first Pacific Law Week.

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Researchers offer advice on screen use in schools

Researchers warn of harms to children's physical and mental health with overuse of screens in New Zealand schools.

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Fast Forward 2024: Jade Kake

This annual talk series aims to foster debate, discussion and development within architecture, urban design and urban planning.

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Making Spaces: Fiona Clark

Join us on campus as this exceptional artist shows how closely and deeply, she has been looking and cataloguing "what is behind that tree" her whole career.

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Postgraduate Engineering Forum

Explore our programme, research, and collaboration options, and connect with other engineers.

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