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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.
We are home to a variety of subjects across humanities, social sciences, cultures and languages.
Discover our range of qualifications, including diplomas, bachelors degrees, masters and doctorates.
Where can Arts study take you? Explore career paths and hear from past graduates.
Applications for next semester close on 8 December. Get your application in now.
Explore what's involved in studying a Bachelor of Arts (BA) and if it's a good fit for you.
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Global Studies is an interdisciplinary degree bringing together knowledge from across the university.
Browse the different postgraduate qualifications, where they could take you and how to apply.
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The Faculty of Arts will award up to 21 University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarships in 2023.
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