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2021 University entrance for school leavers

A pathway to support your future success, entry requirements and what you need to know.

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Covid-19 update for applicants

We’ve made some changes to our application process due to Covid-19 to give you more options and help you meet our admission requirements.

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Unleash your innovative potential at Summer Lab

Make the most of your summer and start something wonderful. Free for all students and staff. Apply by 2 November.

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A brand new interactive way for future students to discover our spaces and places from your home. Your world your way. Tō ao tana ara.

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Postgraduate study

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Tohorā in the Auckland Islands used with permission of the Department of Conservation. News

Whale-watching by satellite

Scientists have attached satellite tracking tags to six southern right whales, or tohorā, and invite the public to follow the whales online.

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Rainbow machine News

Rainbow Machine wins Gold

An interactive installation that creates rainbows has been awarded the Good Design Australia Gold Award.

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Peter Williams News

Using the law as a tool for freedom

Peter Williams reflects on his legal journey from Auckland Law School to his current role helping to free people trapped in slavery.

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Waipapa Marae News

University of Auckland commits to revitalisation of te reo Māori

The University of Auckland joins Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori campaign to grow one million speakers by 2040.

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University of Auckland regains position in world’s top 150

The University of Auckland has climbed in the Times Higher Education (THE) world rankings to resume its position in the top 150 universities in the world.

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Mātātaki | The Challenge Research

Mātātaki | The Challenge: Future of work

Big Tech, social change and Artificial Intelligence are disrupting jobs and whole sectors. What can we do about the future face of work?

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Clare Wall says the first 1000 days of nutrition form lifeline eating habits. Research

Mātātaki | The Challenge: The first 1,000 days of dinner

Researchers have produced a snapshot of what our infants are eating and it holds clues to how our children have become the second most obese in the world.

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Jacinda Ardern Opinion

The racism behind New Zealand’s inaction in the Pacific

Dylan Asafo asks why the New Zealand Government is doing nothing in the face of major human rights and climate change crises in the Pacific Islands.

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'Help' written on the Beehive wall on the day of a protest against uplifts of Maori children by Oranga Tamariki. Social work is increasingly about cost-effective discipline of the disadvantaged, writes Ian Hyslop. Photo: Lynn Grieveson, Newsroom Opinion

We can’t sing redemption songs quietly

As the gale of global inequity gains strength, social workers need to hang onto a sense of individual and collective balance, writes Ian Hyslop.

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Covid-19 (coronavirus) student support

Useful information for our students including study plans, accessing services off-campus, self isolation and travel information.

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 Yi-Han Wu, Dr Sam Elworthy, Professor Jennifer Curtin, Morgane Merien, Claire Pascua, Brodie Elliott, Xichen Sun, Emma Quigan, Amanda White, Joscelin Smith, Laura Pedofsky, Erin Thomas, Angus Dowell, James Hucklesby, Daniel Ramirez and Aldrich Rasco. Event

Stick insects steal show at Three Minute Thesis Final

Thirteen winning postgraduates took to the stage to tell the story of their research in under three minutes each at the Three Minute Thesis 2020 Final.

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Winter lectures 2020 Event

Winter Lecture Series

This year's theme is 'Sex, gender and identity in Aotearoa New Zealand: Contemporary problems and what to do about them'.

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