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Bachelor of Arts

Do you enjoy learning about people and places at an individual, national or international level? Wan..

Tution Fees: $28,365

Bachelor of Business

The Bachelor of Business is informed by the latest business research and employer feedback, and your..

Tution Fees: $31,890

Bachelor of Communication Studies

AUT's communications degree is very well regarded in New Zealand and around the world. That’s becaus..

Tution Fees: $29,670

Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences

Study computer and information sciences with us and choose from a wide range of programs that prepar..

Tution Fees: $32,850

Bachelor of Creative Technologies

Love technology, design, digital media, and creativity? Work on a range of creative projects - from ..

Tution Fees: $32,850

Bachelor of Design

Study with us and we'll help you turn your creative ideas into reality. The Bachelor of Design is cr..

Tution Fees: $32,850

Bachelor of Education ([Specialty] Teaching)

Prepare yourself for a career in early childhood or primary/intermediate education, and learn from s..

Tution Fees: $28,365

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Study the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) to prepare for a rewarding career in engineering. This d..

Tution Fees: $39,600

Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Engineering technologists focus on practical design and applied technology, working across a wide ra..

Tution Fees: $39,600

Bachelor of Health Science (Midwifery)

Develop the skills to provide excellent midwifery care with AUT's Bachelor of Health Science (Midwif..

Tution Fees: $36,370

Bachelor of Health Science (non-clinical

Study health sciences with us and we'll help you develop the skills to meet the changing needs of gl..

Tution Fees: $32,850

Bachelor of Health Science (Nursing)

Nurses are critical to the success of the healthcare system, and AUT-trained nurses are recognized a..

Tution Fees: $35,310

Bachelor of Health Science (Occupational Therapy)

Study the Bachelor of Health Science (Occupational Therapy) and develop the skills to become an occu..

Tution Fees: $32,850

Bachelor of Health Science (Oral Health)

Oral health is vital for our general health. By successfully completing this oral health degree you'..

Tution Fees: $40,500

Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedicine)

Paramedicine is New Zealand’s most trusted profession, helping the community in times of need. Study..

Tution Fees: $36,370

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Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is a university in New Zealand, formed on 1 January 2000 when a former technical college (originally established in 1895) was granted university status. It has five faculties across three campuses in Auckland: City, North, and South campuses, and an additional three specialist locations: AUT Millennium, Warkworth Radio Astronomical Observatory and AUT Centre for Refugee Education.

Key statistics

Total UG Students Total PG Students International Student Student Faculty Ratio
29,000 2,417 42% 15:8

  AUT offers a contemporary university education and prepares its students to be successful and to contribute in the changing world.  A beautiful and safe place to live and study, Auckland was ranked third in the world in Mercer’s 2017 Quality of Living index, and among the top 30 cities in the world in the QS Best Student Cities 2017 ranking.  

Thanks to its innovative teaching, excellent reputation and focus on real-world experience and work-integrated learning, AUT graduates are highly favoured by employers, with 94% of available graduates in paid employment within six months of graduation.

According to a 2016 survey,  89% of students would recommend the university to others, 87% were satisfied with their campuses, and 83% were satisfied with the quality of teaching.

The university’s three campuses boast world-class facilities, such as the award-winning Sir Paul Reeves Building and MH building, newly opened in 2017. Built using sustainable principles, they feature slick learning areas, auditoriums and research areas.

Notable alumini:

•             Stephen Tindall - founder The Warehouse.

•             Jim Anderton – politician

•             Pippa Wetzell - host of Fair Go, former host of Breakfast at TVNZ.

•             Charlotte Glennie - Asia correspondent for ABC.

•             Duncan Garner - Radio Live drive host, former political editor at 3 News, TV3.

•             Annette Presley - founder and CEO, Slingshot ISP.

•             Bruce McLaren - race-car designer, driver, engineer and inventor.

 

              Any evidence of English language proficiency must be no more than two years old.

•             Other recognised tests of English language proficiency may be accepted on a case-by-case basis or as agreed by the University.

•             The University does not accept responsibility for academic failure which can be attributed to a student's lack of competence in English.

Doctorate  : 6.5 overall with 7* in Writing and all other bands 6.0 or higher.

*Note: Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences only require a 6.5 Writing Band.

Postgraduate Programmes (Master's, Postgraduate Diplomas, Postgraduate Certificates and Bachelor with Honours)   :6.5 overall with all bands 6 or higher

Graduate Diplomas and Certificates and Conjoint Degrees : 6.5 overall with all bands 6 or higher

Bachelor's Degree   : 6 overall with all bands 5.5 or higher

Diplomas     :Depending on particular diploma, either 6 overall with all bands 5.5. or higher, or 5.5 overall with all bands 5 or higher

Certificates   :  5.5 overall with all bands 5 or higher

Diploma  (Equivalent to New Zealand Year 12)

•             Higher secondary certificate (standard xii), minimum 60%.

Undergraduate degree (Equivalent to New Zealand Year 13)

•             Higher Secondary School Exam or All-India Senior School certificate with an average of 75% in the four best subjects, with a minimum of 65% in English.

•             Indian School Certificate (ISC) with a minimum of 65% in English.

Graduate certificates and diplomas

•             A 3-year bachelor's degree; or

•             Equivalent practical, professional or educational experience of an appropriate kind.

Master's degree (180 or 240 points)

You need to have completed one of the following to a merit standard in a relevant field:

•             Bachelor's degree

•             Graduate diploma

•             Professional qualification equivalent to a 3-year undergraduate degree

•             Professional experience equivalent to an undergraduate degree or recognised professional qualification

Master's degree (less than 180 points)

You need to have completed one of the following to a merit standard in a relevant field:

•             A 3-year bachelor's degree and one year of advanced study

•             A 4-year bachelor's degree

•             A postgraduate diploma

•             An undergraduate degree followed by relevant professional experience

Postgraduate certificate or diploma

You need to have completed one of the following in a relevant field:

•             Bachelor's degree

•             Professional qualification equivalent to a 3-year bachelor's degree

•             Professional experience equivalent to a bachelor's degree or recognised professional qualification

Bachelor's degree with honours

You need a bachelor's degree in a relevant field, with above average performance in your final year.

Doctor of Philosophy

The normal admission requirement for a doctoral degree is one of the following in a discipline appropriate to the proposed research:

•             A master’s degree with honours; or,

•             A bachelor’s degree with honours (equivalent to four years of study)

The degree must have a standard equivalent to first class or second class (first division) honours. The degree should include advanced learning in research, execution of a research project and a written report on the research.

Master of Philosophy 

The normal admission requirement for the Master of Philosophy degree is one of the following:

•             A four-year bachelor’s degree; or

•             A bachelor’s honours degree; or

•             A bachelor’s degree and a postgraduate diploma; or

•             A bachelor’s degree and at least three years of experience relevant to the proposed research

The admission qualification must have been completed with the equivalent of a B grade average or higher.

 

Living on campus at AUT is a great option, particularly if you're in your first year or from out of town. AUT student accommodation is convenient, modern and supportive - just minutes from the AUT City or North Campus. AUT student accommodation is more than a room – it’s where you'll make friends and settle into university life. AUT’s Residential Services staff run programmes to support you with all aspects of living on campus.

Wellesley Student Apartments offer shared apartment living on AUT's City Campus.It is  self-catered and located in a 13-storey building, housing 502 residents. The apartments are a 5-minute walk to the City Campus.

Akoranga Student Village offers shared apartment living on AUT's North Campus.  It  has 40 townhouse-style, self-catered apartments housing 207 residents.  It  is just a 5 minute walk to AUT North Campus.

External accommodation options for AUT students

Accommodation options close to AUT include apartments, houses, homestays, student accommodation, backpackers and generally involve independent living on your own, with other students or individuals in the workforce.

If you are interested in any of the accommodation options then please contact the accommodation provider directly for information on booking, availability and tenancy costs.

These accommodation options have not been inspected by AUT staff to verify the quality standard, nor are they endorsed by AUT.

 We recommend a short-term option such as a backpackers or youth hostel. These give you time to get settled into Auckland while you look for somewhere suitable to live longer term.

Flatting is a good option if you have completed your first year, or wish to live independently. Sharing a flat with a mix of different people is a great way to make new friends.

Most flats are furnished and you just need to bring your personal belongings, and pay for your share of rent, electricity/gas, water, and internet. You might also share the cost of food and groceries.

Long-term accommodation for either a semester or a full academic year is more cost effective while living in Auckland. Expect to pay a bond (typically two-four weeks of rent), and also one week's rent (or more) in advance. The bond is returned to you at the end of your stay as long as the property is in a clean and tidy condition.

A homestay is a great option if you would prefer to experience living in a Kiwi household with a family.

Renting your own private apartment or house is suitable for students who want to live on their own, or for postgraduate students who need accommodation that is suitable for a family.

 

International scholarships

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade New Zealand - NZAID

A number of scholarships are available to assist international students to study in New Zealand through the NZAID programme. For information about these scholarships at AUT visit the New Zealand Government Scholarships -NZAID tab.  Full information about the scholarship programme is available from the MFAT website.

New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships

Funded by the New Zealand Government and administered by Education New Zealand, the New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships offer a significant educational opportunity. The scholarships provide financial support for students from designated countries undertaking doctoral degrees by research in New Zealand universities. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit.

Vice-Chancellor's Doctoral Scholarships

New Zealand citizens and permanent residents plus international applicants with a prerequisite degree are invited to apply for the the AUT Vice-Chancellor's Doctoral scholarships. These scholarships can be taken up from January.

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Quick Facts


Institution TypePUBLIC

Founding Year1895

CampusURBAN

Intake

Fees

Fees 27,540 NZ$ to 50,000 NZ$ according to your course

Cost of Living

For general living costs such as accommodation, food, books, clothing etc, it is impossible to provide an exact figure as all students are different and have different lifestyles. But a minimum of 15,500 NZ$ is estimated cost for a yearly expenses on accommodation, food, transport and social activities.

Ranking of Universities

World University Rankings 2017 :  401-500

 

QS World University Ranking 2018:  441-450

Address

AUT City Campus, 55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland Central, Auckland, New Zealand, 1010

University Website

http://www,aut.ac.nz