Other publications

Annual report

The 2016 University of Auckland Annual Report features reviews of the year by the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, reports from our eight faculties and two large scale research institutes, and an essay on the innovation culture in teaching and learning.

The essay argues that for any university aspiring to world-class status “innovation” is the new “excellence”. It explores some of the ways in which the University has transformed its teaching delivery model to prepare our students to face the challenges of working and contributing to our society and economy within a competitive and rapidly changing world.

If you would like to receive the Annual Report as an ebook via email in future years, please email: Jacqui Metcalf:  j.metcalf@auckland.ac.nz

AQA Academic Audit

The Academic Quality Agency for New Zealand Universities (AQA) released its Cycle 5 Academic Audit report on the University of Auckland on 6 November 2014. Note, the duration of agency’s cycles is four years. Cycle 5 spans 2013 to 2016.

You can access the report and an executive summary on the agency's website.

University of Auckland Academic Audit Report Cycle 5


The University of Auckland Profile

The Profile is a snapshot of our University and what makes it special. It includes information on world rankings, research and staff and student awards and achievements.

It also features distinguished alumni and financial information and lists our faculties, schools, institutes and facilities.


NZIER report on University economic contribution

In 2006, the University of Auckland commissioned the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) to produce a report on the University's economic contribution to the Auckland Region.


Information technology


Undergraduate admissions and equity taskforce report

In December 2007 the University Council established a Taskforce to consider the equity implications of extending limited entry to all undergraduate qualifications from 2009. The Taskforce reported in March 2008. Its report was endorsed by Senate and adopted by Council. The 56-page report provides a framework for managing entry in a fair and equitable manner.