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Choose interesting. The Faculty of Arts | Te Kura Tangata is the centre of teaching and research for humanities, social sciences, languages and Indigenous studies at the University of Auckland.
You can choose from a variety of subjects in the humanities, social sciences, cultures and languages.
Discover our range of qualifications and where they can take you. From bachelors degrees and diplomas to masters and doctorates, there's an option for you.
Find out what's involved in studying a BA, the different subject options and possible career pathways.
Find out what you'll be studying in a Bachelor of Communication (BC), the different major options, and future opportunities.
Browse the different postgraduate qualifications, where they could take you and how to apply.
Where can Arts study take you? Our graduates chat about their career paths and how they got to where they are.
If you want to get more information about studying with us, fill out your details below.
The Student Hubs are now open. Our staff will provide you with advice on any aspect of your studies at the University.
The Faculty of Arts will award up to 21 University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarships in 2023.
We are seeking applications for Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) for 2023.
See the latest updates for the University community.
Need to talk to someone for specific subject advice? Our academic advisers can help you make the best choices for your programme of study.
Find out about scholarships, prizes and financial support for Arts student.
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