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For All Our Futures
View our list of undergraduate programmes, learn how to structure your programme, see preparation programmes, and find out about General Education and Summer School.
Browse our complete list of undergraduate certificates, diplomas and degrees.
Do you need help planning your undergraduate studies? Our new way to discover career pathways and study options is based on your interests and personality.
Hear from our graduates and find out how their studies have helped them to thrive in fascinating professional roles.
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To simplify the course selection process for you our programme pages include quick facts and extra information about how the degree is structured.
We have undergraduate degrees that can be studied together as conjoint programmes of study.
We have a selection of exciting and stimulating Stage I courses for Year 13 students.
Detailed information on entry requirements for admission to the University of Auckland.
This is a required component of all undergraduate degrees which will expose you to other disciplines outside of your main field of study.
Foundation programmes for international students
Programmes to prepare students whose first language is not English for bachelors degree study.
If you are a Māori or Pacific school leaver, UniBound can prepare you for a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science programme.
Tertiary Foundation Certificate
The Tertiary Foundation Certificate is an intensive one-year, full-time programme that will help you gain the skills and confidence you need for successful tertiary study.
New Start is a part-time preparation and bridging programme for those over 20 thinking of university study.
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