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We partner with the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), an expert in water and atmospheric research.
Our postgraduate students work alongside New Zealand’s leading scientists across a wide range of coastal and marine topics.
We have internationally recognised scholars committed to producing high-quality research and teaching.
Meet our science graduates and find out where their marine studies have taken them.
We offer Masters and PhD research opportunities in a range of subjects covering the coastal and marine environment.
Glean a greater understanding of the marine species which exist in the waters of north-eastern New Zealand and the Goat Island Marine Reserve.
Find out more about Leigh Marine Laboratory, our marine research base and most northerly campus.
NIWA is a Crown Research Institute responsible for conducting leading environmental science to enable the sustainable management of our natural resources.
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