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Accommodation Accommodation

Apply to live in the heart of the University

Applications for 2019 accommodation open on 1 August 2018.

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AskAuckland

Your online help and support centre. Search our frequently asked questions.

AskAuckland Student support

AskAuckland Central

Visit us in Alfred Nathan House for information and advice on your degree, your enrolment, fee payments, Campus Card and visa renewals.

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Resident advisors Accommodation

Join our 2019 Resident Advisor team

Apply to be an RA today. Applications close on 29 July 2018.

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Xavier and his mum, Amanda. News

Researchers call for cheaper, better screening

Babies may be missing out on treatment for a common, brain-threatening condition due to the wide use of a screening test known to be unsuitable.

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Professor Olaf Diegel News

We welcome world renowned 3D Printing researcher

Multi-award-winning product design developer and engineering researcher Professor Olaf Diegel will join the Faculty of Engineering in early 2019.

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Cheeseburger News

Supersize that? New Zealand’s worrying fast food trends

The serving size, energy and sodium levels of New Zealand fast food have increased significantly over the past five years, according to University research.

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House In Forest 2018 News

Winning timber shelter

Benjamin Feng and Thomas Hundarto’s design has won the second annual House In Forest 2018: Timber House Design Competition.

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Professor Nic Smith News

First Graduate School of Engineering

The country’s first Graduate School of Engineering aims to provide the best-possible postgraduate student experience for the next generation of engineers.

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Professor Mark Billinghurst Opinion

Here, put these on and feel what I feel

Mark Billinghurst talks about how technology being developed here at the University is letting people share each other's experiences in real time.

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Wallace International Piano Festival Event

Wallace International Piano Festival 2018

The Wallace International Piano Festival returns on Thursday with internationally renowned pianists and young, homegrown talents.

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Inaugural lecture Inaugural lecture

Professor Tim Dare

Tim Dare will discuss why transparency and explainability have become central to data ethics, and suggests that there are reasons to question that centrality.

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Three Minute Thesis Event

Three Minute Thesis Open Heat

Are you up to the challenge of explaining your entire thesis in just three minutes? Register now for the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Open Heat on Tuesday 31 July.

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Raising the Bar Event

20 talks, 10 bars, 1 night

Raising the Bar is back for a second round on Tuesday 28 August with 20 of our academics give free public lectures in Auckland pubs and bars.

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Brain Day Event

The Amazing Brain: Communication, Care and Community

Hear about the latest advances in brain science. Join us for discussion panels, interactive science, brain games and activities for all ages.

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Aotearoa in 2030 Event

Winter Lectures: Aotearoa in 2030

Six lectures presented by local and international experts delve into the pressing social and environmental challenges New Zealand faces.

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Blues Awards Event

Put yourself forward for a Blues Award

Nominations are now open for the prestigious Blues Awards. These awards recognise students who excel in Art and Culture, Sports, or Service and Leadership.

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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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What's on! Events

What's On

Stay in the loop with events and activities around campus.

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The Quad Notice

Complete the new student levy survey

Now is your chance to have a say on where student levy money should be spent next year by completing the Compulsory Student Services Fee survey.

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