• AUT campus in the centre of Auckland city. Photo credit: AUTAUT campus in the centre of Auckland city. Photo credit: AUT
  • Students chatting in one of the shared study areas. Photo credit: AUTStudents chatting in one of the shared study areas. Photo credit: AUT
  • AUT students studying. Photo credit: AUTAUT students studying. Photo credit: AUT

AUT creates graduates who are world ready, not just career ready. Curiosity, creativity, connection and collaboration are the new global currencies. That’s why they’re at the core of our teaching philosophy, to ensure that our students thrive in this world of rapid technological change. We are proudly and uniquely Kiwi with a firmly global perspective. That’s the outlook and ambition we give our students, whether they go on to live in New Zealand or in one of the 80 different countries our alumni now call home.

Welcome to AUT University

More than 30,000 students from 150 countries study at AUT across our three campuses in Auckland’s central business district, on the North Shore and in Manukau, making us one of the largest universities in New Zealand.

AUT is ranked in the top 2% of universities in the world and 15 in the world for international outlook. Fifteen of our subject areas are world-ranked and we are rated as a 5-star university by rankings agency QS. We aim to provide students with exceptional learning experiences that combine the best of digital resources and technologies with the best teaching techniques and practice. Students learn in an environment which encourages them to participate and develop their own opinions, to challenge and be challenged, and to gain knowledge and how to apply it in real situations. We connect our students to industry through work placements, internships and entrepreneurial programmes, and they engage with communities via volunteering and leadership initiatives.

AUT has more than 950 doctoral students and over 60 research institutes and centres. We undertake international research in biotechnology, epidemiology, addictions and rehabilitation, astronomy, artificial intelligence, big data, human nutrition and metabolism, communications and economics, among others, and have award-winning academics in all of these fields:

  • Culture and society
  • Business, economics and law
  • Design and creative technologies
  • Health and environmental sciences
  • Maori development

Auckland – what makes it different?

New Zealand’s commercial capital, with all the qualities of an international city

  • Home to some of New Zealand’s most beautiful coasts – you are never more than 30 minutes from a beach paradise
  • The most culturally diverse city in New Zealand with large Maori, Polynesian, Asian and European populations. Hang out at Auckland’s Chinese Lantern Festival, celebrate Diwali or spend a day in the Pacific Islands at the Pacifika Festival
  • A temperate climate (average temperature 24 degrees in summer, 14 degrees in winter)
  • Sunday market strolls – browse around the best fresh farmers markets in the world – straight from Kiwi farms to your tummy
  • Picnics and barbecues in the many parks and domains
  • Feel All Black fever as you see New Zealand’s world famous rugby team run into Eden Park stadium and do the haka
  • Try a flat white for your study break caffeine fix – Auckland has some of the best coffee in the world
  • Gateway to the Hauraki Gulf and all the great opportunities it offers for island-hopping, fishing, swimming and sailing.
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