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 New Zealand, and beyond.

Mechanical Engineering PhD graduate Elinor Swery is featured in the Enterprise Technology category for her work in humansing our interactions with technology.

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Professors across four Engineering departments have received Engineering NZ honours this year.

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This International Women's Day, our Dean of Engineering reaffirms our commitment towards a faculty that is representative of society.

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In 2018, we aimed to see a higher percentage of women in our first-year cohort.

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Get a head start in your career and discover the wealth of options available.

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Read the latest issue and find out more about the variety of career options available to you as a graduate.

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

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A few of our researchers travelled to Fiji to explore concepts of disaster resilience and recovery.

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After studying Electrical Engineering, Cara has found herself working on a project that could define Auckland's inner city.

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Our undergraduate and postgraduate students showcase what it's really like to study with us.

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We're looking for talented postdoctoral and PhD candidates to join us in our pioneering team of experts.

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Choose from over 20 Professional Engineering Masters study options and take your career to the next level.

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Our recent alumni and their creation will be featured on this season's BattleBots on the Discovery Channel.

A weapon invented like no other

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.

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

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