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Finish your programme early, improve your grade point average and spread your workload with Summer School.

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Join our supportive accommodation community today. Applications to live with us in Semester One 2021 are now open.

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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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Important Covid-19 information

All teaching and learning activities have now resumed on campus according to the standard timetable. Welcome back.

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Summer Lab Event

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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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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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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Ariel view of a township. News

Some home truths for the next government

A country where houses are unaffordable, renters are struggling and there is widespread homelessness is not a situation any government should tolerate.

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Amy Martin News

How do kea see 1080 bait?

Highly intelligent and ready to explore anything novel in their environment, kea pose a unique conservation challenge for predator control programmes.

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'The Americans': Associate Professor Jennifer Frost, Dr Maria Armoudian and Dr Tim Fadgen recording an episode of their US election podcast. News

Anxious world watches lead up to US election

Offering insight, analysis and pre-election predictions, three American academics from the Faculty of Arts have created a weekly podcast for RNZ Nights.

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John Edgar's sculpture, Code, 2001. News

Intimacy and isolation in a Covid world

Under the direction of AP Linda Tyler, postgraduate students have selected works from the University’s art collection for an exhibition at Old Government House.

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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 the planet

Earth is under stress. We need effective responses to climate change, fresh water degradation, pollution and species loss.

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

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