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.

High school girls interested in a future in engineering are encouraged to come along on 26 October with their whanau, and learn about us.

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Congrats to our engineering winners, including Māori Sportsperson of the Year, Michael Brake, and Outstanding Service and Leadership recepient, Lucy McSweeney.

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

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The newly-established AUEA Māori Engineering Pathway Scholarship will help you fund your first year of study.


The newly-established AUEA Pacific Engineering Pathway Scholarship will help you fund your first year of study.

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Current Part I students will face the challenge of picking a specialisation – see what events and resources are available to help you choose.

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The Department of Engineering Science's Professor Rosalind Archer has been named a NEXT Woman of the Year finalist.

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An engineering graduate who transitioned into a career in crime writing.

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Uber's Group Lead of Special projects studied electrical engineering with us.

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A journey from Mechatronics degree to CEO of StretchSense.

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

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Find out why our students choose to study with us and what they have to say about the experience.

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Revolutionary technology pioneered by Professors John Boys and Grant Covic will soon be applied to charge vehicles on our city streets.

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Associate Professor Catherine Watson, Dr Rashina Hoda and Dr Kelly Blincoe explain why we should encourage young women to consider careers in tech.

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Congratulations to our latest batch of graduates! Your photobooth exploits from our graduation celebration are available to view now.

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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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