Why study at Auckland?


Selecting which university to attend is one of the most important decisions you will make.

Not only will you gain a qualification, but your time at university will provide you with a broad range of knowledge, skills and experience to prepare you for the years ahead. While studying for your degree, you’ll also have the opportunity to make new friendships, broaden your horizons and discover more about yourself as a person.

With all the study options available in New Zealand, how can you be sure you’re making the right decision? When making this decision the national and international standing of universities is an important consideration.

The University of Auckland is an excellent choice
We are New Zealand’s world-ranked university, and proud of our reputation for excellence. We offer more than 120 different undergraduate subjects, including a General Education component to broaden your skills and complement your specialist knowledge.

If you are keen to travel, studying with us will provide you with a world-class, internationally-recognised degree. And there is also opportunity to study overseas at a partner university for part of your degree through our Auckland Abroad scheme.

Our research-led programmes attract a high level of teaching professionals. You will learn from people who are passionate about their chosen fields and often at the cutting-edge of advancement.

A top location and facilities
Living in Auckland you’ll be part of New Zealand’s largest commercial hub, with myriad opportunities for work experience and future positions with some of this country’s leading businesses.

Our campuses and accommodation are well equipped, and we offer a wide range of support services. There’s a great social life with clubs and associations for most interests, sport, music, cafes - and a vibrant city at your doorstep. If your hobbies are outdoor-based, you have access to some of New Zealand’s most stunning beaches, bush walks, mountain bike tracks and subtropical islands.

So, if you want to study for a world-class degree in an exciting and dynamic environment, take some time now to browse through our study options, discover what’s on offer socially, and get your career off to the best possible start.

Join us at the University of Auckland.

Professor John Morrow
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)


Professor John Morrow, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)