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As a student at ABI, you’ll have the chance to not only study at New Zealand’s leading University, but you’ll also potentially work alongside world-class researchers in their fields.
Would you like to be involved in research that makes a difference? Pursue postgraduate study with us.
Here you’ll find information and forms for applying to be a masters or doctoral student at Auckland Bioengineering Institute.
This unique programme is designed to equip students with a multitude of skills for their future careers be it in academia, industry or commercial research.
Meet our Associate Director Māori and find out about the support, services, scholarships, and networks available to you as a Māori or a Pacific student.
We know that postgraduate study is a big commitment, not least financially. The University of Auckland and ABI have multiple scholarships to assist.
We welcome enquiries from international students interested in pursuing graduate research with us, and we accept applications at any time of the year.
Learn more about where a degree in bioengineering can take you.
Life at ABI is a healthy balance of academic training, outreach activities and engaging social events.
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