Nau mai ki Te Herenga Mātai Pūkaha. We enable an evolving technological landscape through teaching, research and service to improve the lives of the people of Aotearoa, and beyond.

Find out what it's like to study with us and what some of our students have chosen to do after graduating.

Pānuitia ā mātou kōrero | Read our stories

Start discovering what you can study with us: our five departments offer a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate Engineering subjects.

He whakamārama atu anō | Learn more

Our newest, future-proof postgraduate study options are now open for applications.

He whakamārama atu anō | Learn more

Dr Mike O'Sullivan Jr talks about the value of research, kindness, science communication, and working together.

Pānui tonu | Read more

Professor Olaf Diegel has been tackling COVID-19 with creative design and Additive Manufacturing.

Kimihia me pēhea | Find out how

Professor Partha Roop's productive time in lockdown involved using his expertise to validate Aotearoa's COVID-19 response.

Pānui tonu | Read more

We have a variety of scholarships available for everyone, from school leavers to postgraduate candidates.

Rapua | Search

Our Department of Engineering Science's Dr David Dempsey and Dr Andreas Kempa-Liehr combined data with geoscience to create a robust alert system for volcanoes.

Homai he kōrero anō | Tell me more

Our faculty's new haka, pou whenua and new building are symbolic of how far we've come, and our hope for the future.

Homai he kōrero anō | Tell me more

We profile five women from different points in their engineering career for the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.

Pānui tonu | Read on

Our employment newsletter to help you gain ideas and resources related to your degree.

Pānui ināianei | Read now

Our people tell stories about how their experiences, journeys, thoughts, and work fit into a bigger story: what engineering means to us.

Hōparatia | Explore

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The Engineering Student Centre is your first point of contact for any questions you have in person.

Whakapā mai | Contact us