ClockTower Pānui | Notice

Response to extreme weather

Teaching remains online to avoid further disruption; student and staff support is available. We're here to help. Noho ora mai | Stay well.

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Two students in a room at the Carlaw Park accommodation Wharenoho | Accommodation

Live with us in 2023

Applications for our catered and self-catered residences are open.

Tono ināianei | Apply now
Students Whakaurunga | Enrolment

Enrolments are open for 2023

Get your enrolments sorted early - now is a good time to check that you are on track.

Kimihia te roanga atu | Find out more
Group of international students sitting on steps at Albert Park. Tautoko tauira o tāwāhi | International

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.

Pānui tonu | Read more
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A world traveller turned school principal; a banker influencing environmental outcomes; an engineer who became a Crypto King. How did these journeys unfold?

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Student Hubs Tautoko | Student support

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.

Kimihia | Find out
"" Tautoko tauira o tāwāhi | International

International student scholarships

Applications are now open for a range of scholarships for international students joining us in Semester One 2023.

Kimihia | Find out
 "" Tuihono | Online

Get help choosing your study options

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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Study options Ngā akoranga | Study

Study options

Search our wide range of study options and find a programme for 2023.

Hōparatia | Explore
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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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Apply to study with us

Start your journey to study at the University with an Application for Admission.

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Te Whare Rūnanga at Waitangi Treaty Grounds Pitopito kōrero | News

Te Whare Rūnanga’s ‘universal nature’ explored in award-winning essay

Sir Āpirana Ngata’s role in the construction of the meeting house influenced Māori architecture as we know it, finds graduate Sahil Tiku.

Pānui tonu | Keep reading
Anipātene Biddle, Faculty of Arts student and Te Matatini performer Pitopito kōrero | News

Ngāti Whakaue descendant to blaze Te Matatini stage

Anipātene Biddle is a Faculty of Arts student who will take centre stage among some of the elite groups of Aotearoa at Te Matatini Kapa Haka Festival 2023.

Pānui tonu | Keep reading
Flooded street Pitopito kōrero | News

Smarter design needed to mitigate Auckland floods

Timothy Welch explains why Auckland needs to think about becoming a 'sponge city' to mitigate flood disasters.

Pānui tonu | Keep reading
Irina Miller of Daisy Lab Pitopito kōrero | News

Dairy, done differently: Business School alum leads start-up

A female-led alternative dairy start-up is blazing a trail with their research into precision fermentation.

Pānui tonu | Keep reading
Pānui | Notice

Statement on events in Iran

Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland is deeply concerned by events unfolding in Iran.

Pānui tonu | Read more
"" Whakaaro | Opinion

A goddess of war just entered the room

Jemaima Tiatia, the University’s first female Pro Vice-Chancellor Pacific, shares what the appointment of Carmel Sepuloni as Deputy Prime Minister means to her.

Pānui tonu | Keep reading
Flood sign in water Whakaaro | Opinion

What's fuelling our weather extremes?

Oceans are at their warmest state ever and that has consequences, Kevin Trenberth writes, and can partly explain this dreadful summer in parts of New Zealand.

Pānui tonu | Keep reading