Tūtahi Tonu, the Faculty of Education and Social Work, Epsom Campus marae.

Education and Social Work

Te Kura Akoranga me Te Tauwhiro Tangata | Find your place at the leading Faculty of Education and Social Work in Aotearoa New Zealand.

View the range of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate study options.


View the range of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate study options.


Find out about our extensive range of workshops, courses and consultancy services.


Advance your knowledge and expertise through postgraduate programmes, courses and research.


Explore specialist te reo Māori teaching qualifications, Māori and indigenous education, and Māori-medium professional learning and development.

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Become a leader and innovator in the worlds of Sport, Health and Physical Education.

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Find out which programmes you are eligible to study as an international student.

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Fatma teaching her young students in the classroom.

Why I'm doing a masters degree in Education at the University of Auckland

Fatma is making her masters study meaningful for her by choosing courses and research with a focus on children's transition to school.

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Education at UoA ranked 17th in the world

The University of Auckland moves up three places to be ranked #17 amongst the world's universities for Education.

Primary school teacher

Inquire into your teaching practice and impact on student outcomes.

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Dr Darren Powell talks about marketing health to chidlren.

New research about marketing 'health' to children

Dr Darren Powell's research aims to help children understand that there are multiple perspectives of health, and a variety of ways and means to be, look and act healthy.

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Alumni Daisy Docherty, ASG  National Excellence in Teaching award winner

Two University of Auckland alumni win ASG National Excellence in Teaching Awards.

Jennifer Gill receives Distinguished Alumni Award for philanthropy

A passion for education, and training as a teacher in Auckland, were the launchpad for Jennifer Gill's successful career in philanthropy.


Meet Māori students who are studying at the faculty, find out about our support services and more.

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We pride ourselves on creating a warm and welcoming environment for Pasifika students.

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Find out about what we offer to study at each of our three campuses in Epsom, Manukau and Tai Tokerau.

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Whether you have a question you need answered or you want to stay up-to-date with our latest news and events, we have various ways to connect.


Find out about our range of support services including, learning support, financial support and support for LGTBTI students and staff.

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