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International Open Week: 26-30 September

Don’t miss our biggest online information event for international students featuring webinars, campus tours and live chats with our students, staff and alumni.

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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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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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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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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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Students reflect on their te reo Māori journey

To support the revitalisation of te reo Māori, Waipapa Taumata Rau offers a full immersion programme, Huarahi Māori.

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First stage of renovations completed at Waipapa Marae

Waipapa Marae has received it's first set of renovations since it opened in February 1988.

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Indigenous leaders to speak on constitutional change

Constitutional transformation will be at the forefront of a once-in-a-decade conference this November.

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Mobility, curiosity and creativity at science and engineering expo

Te Atatū Intermediate students recently experienced science and engineering through virtual reality (VR), robot spheres, and popcorn and candy floss machines.

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Vaping: The good, the bad and the maybes

Are e-cigarettes safe, and are they, as they have been promoted in Aotearoa New Zealand, an effective smoking-cessation aid, asks Kelly Burrowes.

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How King Charles could change the Royal Family brand

It is unlikely King Charles III will try to imitate the Queen’s brand of leadership, but any changes must be done with delicacy. Dr Michael Lee explains.

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