Faculty of Science

The Faculty of Science brings together 10 diverse schools and departments to provide outstanding quality teaching and research opportunities.

Advocating for improved equity is a task that often falls to members of under-represented groups. Dr Dion O'Neale tells us what it means to be an ally.

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We are committed to promoting and developing equity policies and best practices for our Science community.

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Student seeking support from Student Support Services

As part of our Science community, you’ll have access to plenty of support.

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Hadley Wickham, leading R developer

Leading R developer Hadley Wickham wants users who have benefited from the statistical programming language R, which is free and open-source, to give back.

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Apply to join our Science Scholars programme for special access to career-based workshops and opportunities to work alongside leading scientists.

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Our mentoring programme has over 25 years of history supporting Māori and Pacific students in Science.

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Welcome to the Science Centre

Introducing our new state-of-the-art and purpose-built Science facilities.

Choose from a wide variety of subjects and develop your knowledge and skills with our Bachelor of Science (BSc).


Learn about our exciting taught and research opportunities.


We provide an outstanding learning experience and exciting research opportunities.

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Take 10 with one of our scientists, and read about some of the fascinating research taking place in the Faculty of Science.

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Studying the sciences opens up a wide range of career opportunities.


Science is social - we encourage you to engage with us on Facebook and Twitter.

Connect with Science

Our scientists and students often feature in the media with their ground-breaking research and new discoveries.

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There’s always something happening in Science, so check out our events listing for public lectures, seminars, workshops and conferences.

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