Life at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute
Life at ABI is a healthy balance of academic training, outreach activities and engaging social events.
Individual research project
Each student has an individual research project, supervised by a main supervisor and at least one other co-supervisor, often from a complementary field of expertise. Research programmes are overseen by an advisory committee. All students are members of at least one research group and have regular meetings with their supervisors and colleagues to discuss progress.
PhD and masters research projects
ABI research groups
ABI Research Forum
This forum showcases the ongoing work at ABI and is an opportunity for attendees to explore the diverse research at the Institute.
Find out about the ABI Research Forum 2018
During their study, students will usually have the opportunity to attend international conferences. This is a good to chance to keep up to date with the developments in your field and grow your network.
Read about upcoming seminars, view recordings of past seminars, or search seminar listings.
The graduate student body organises a variety of sporting activities such as touch rugby, badminton, basketball and indoor football.
Students also get together every Friday evening to unwind, and take part in other activities such as Christmas barbecues.
Find out about upcoming events hosted by, or related to the Auckland Bioengineering Institute.
Meet our graduates
Meet some of our recent PhD and Masters graduates and hear what they say about studying at our world-renowned research institute.
Read Graduation stories
Meet our staff and students
Find out more about our multi-disciplinary team at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute by visiting our staff and student profile pages.
Our research staff
Advice and support
We welcome enquiries from students interested in pursuing graduate research with us, and accept applications for our graduate programme at any time of the year.