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

Our first year students will be learning from Dr Eva Hakansson, best known for being the world's fastest female motorcycle racer.

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If you're a new student, this is a chance for you to find out more about the year ahead and be formally welcomed into our faculty.

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You can now enrol for your courses next year on Student Services Online.

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Tertiary study will be more affordable for first-time students in 2018.

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Our diverse range of programmes is geared towards equipping the next generation of innovators.

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Find out more about the impact we've made with our robotics research and how we're gearing up to face the biggest challenges in the field.

Get the nuts and bolts

Our students are studying at New Zealand's top engineering faculty.

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Fourth year student Emily Melhuish's method to predict charge levels in Lithium Ion batteries won first place at the Engineering New Zealand GT Murray Awards.

Read about Emily's project

PhD candidate Reza Sehdehi will be furthering his knowledge by pursuing a research exchange to ChongQing University, China.

Read about Reza's achievement

Read more about our milestones and opportunities for PhD students.

Charge forward

A variety of scholarships are open to students of all levels.

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PhD candidate Pauls Davis received sponsorship from Ports of Auckland to complete his research.

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PhD candidate Renoh Johnson Chalakkal was presented with the Rotary Newmarket Technology Translation Award.

Research relevance

Part IV Engineering Science student Thomas Evans will spend nine weeks at the iconic McLaren Technology Centre.

Driving success

Eight staff from our faculty were amongst the attendees celebrating and strengthening partnerships with the Federation of Māori Authorities.

Maintaining connections

Master of Engineering Project Management

Our new masters degree aims to help you fast-track your journey into a career in Engineering Project Management.

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

Nau mai, haere mai

Take a look at our new multi-disciplinary learning spaces and learn more about what’s coming next.

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