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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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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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International student scholarships

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

Kimihia | Find out
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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Live with us in 2023

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

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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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An istock concept of a brain divided into two halves suggesting a mental illness like schizophrenia. Pitopito kōrero | News

The insidious politics of mental illness

Questioning the mental health system and labels given to various conditions by psychiatrists is the focus of a special issue of New Zealand Sociology.

Pānui tonu | Keep reading
A man browsing the shelves inside Unity Books in Auckland Pitopito kōrero | News

Review site a boost for Aotearoa books and writers

Aotearoa New Zealand fiction, non-fiction and poetry is getting a boost with a new site devoted to reviews, launched with seed funding from the Faculty of Arts.

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Pōhutukawa flower Pitopito kōrero | News

Pōhutukawa hit by myrtle rust infections, researcher says

Dr Maj Padamsee, of the School of Biological Sciences, leads research into a fungal threat.

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Dr Nandoun Abeysekera Pitopito kōrero | News

Joined up thinking to spark revolution in surgery

Batman fan turned inventor Nandoun Abeysekera is developing a device to make micro-surgery faster and safer for patients.

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Auckland Online

Listen to the Whisper podcast

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

Tēnā tirohia | Check it out
Basil Sharp Whakaaro | Opinion

When the storms strike: balancing social costs with private interests

The future of flood recovery should be adaptive, says emeritus professor Basil Sharp.

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Construction site with three people in discussion in the foreground. Whakaaro | Opinion

Why big infrastructure projects are always over budget

Mega-projects like Auckland's City Rail Link are inherently risky. But with good planning and management they can be successful, explains Bevan Clement.

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Ngā kaupapa nui | Event

Graduation ceremony schedule for 2023

Graduation is a happy occasion when students are awarded their qualifications and can celebrate alongside friends, family and University staff.

Locations and dates