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New Zealand’s largest science faculty offers 24 undergraduate major options for our Bachelor of Science and over 35 subjects at postgraduate level.
Study two undergraduate degrees at once with a conjoint programme, or choose the Graduate Diploma in Science to change the focus of your degree.
Learn about our exciting taught and research opportunities.
Although you don't need to have your entire degree mapped out before you start, it's good to have an overall strategy.
Take one or two modules in addition to your main Science subject to further enhance your learning.
Our faculty brings together 10 schools and departments to offer a variety of subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
A Science degree can lead to a wide range of career opportunities.
Science degrees open up a world of opportunity for our graduates. Meet our graduates and find out why they chose to study with us.
Welcome to the Student Hubs. Our friendly staff will provide you with advice on any aspect of your studies and life at the University of Auckland.
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