About The University

55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New Zealand

Established in 2000, Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is a publically-owned institution for higher education and research. Founded as Auckland Technical School in 1895, the institution rendered evening classes to students. The institution began offering daytime classes and changed the name to Auckland Technical College. It was in 2000 that the institution was granted the university status and hence got the current name. It has affiliations from the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (ASAIHL), Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU). AUT also has collaborations with numerous big and small organizations such as NASA, Air New Zealand, Spark, and Orion Health.

The university operates three campuses in Auckland Central (City Campus) and suburbs of Northcote (North Campus) and Manukau (South Campus). The campuses boast of excellent learning spaces, administrative offices, and recreational and residence halls. AUT renders free counseling sessions and mental health support services to students from expert mental health advisors. There are several cafes, bars, and restaurants on each campus; providing a range of healthy food items and beverages. Other on-campus facilities include libraries, gyms, training halls, athletic spaces, printing centers, student lounges, childcare centers, bookshops, and student service centers. Students can access free Wi-Fi at every corner of the campus. AUT provides an on-campus housing facility to students in the apartment- and townhouse-style catered and self-catered rooms. Each campus is close to shopping, entertainment, and recreational centers. AUT operates several buses to enable easy mobility across the campuses.

The academic structure of the Auckland University of Technology has five faculties, which further subdivide into 17 schools. The university offers over 250 programs in varied disciplines of art, design, economics, science, business, education, engineering, mathematics, computer science, clinical studies, creative technologies, communication studies, languages, psychology, nursing, tourism and hospitality, law, public health, social science, and sports. Auckland University of Technology is an ethnically vibrant community of 29,000 learners and about 2,500 employees from almost 150 nations of the world. About 990 students are pursuing their doctoral degrees at the university. There are around 5,600 international students at the university, who make up approximately 19% of the whole student population.

AUT has a vast alumni network of over 95,000 graduates across the globe. The university also has many alumni who have gained success in the fields of media, technology, education, and politics. Some notable names in the list are Carol Hirschfeld (journalist, documentary maker and media executive), Stephen Tindall (The Warehouse's founder), Bruce Leslie McLaren (engineer and race car designer), Annette Sylvia Presley (entrepreneur and Slingshot's co-founder), Charlotte Glennie (First Asian ABC correspondent), Peter Williams (para-alpine sit skier), Jim Anderton (New Zealand politician), Claire Jane McLachlan (academician), Dominic Bowden (TV show presenter), Joel Defries (former BBC presenter), Pippa Wetzell (journalist) and Duncan Garner (TV and radio presenter).

 

Other Details:

NameAUT University
CountryAustralia
Address55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
Emailint.app@aut.ac.nz
Phone+64 9 921 9637
WebsiteWebsite
Established Year2000
Ranking# 6
Total Students29000
Total International Students5600
UG/PG Course Ratio1:1.51
Yearly Hostel ExpenseNZD 11512
International Student WebsiteLink
Wikipedia LinkLink

Courses

Find Courses:
Course Name Duration 1st year tution fee Exams Accepted Action
Bachelor of Arts 36 months $29216 View Details
Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences 36 months $33836 View Details
Bachelor of Creative Technologies 36 months $33836 View Details
Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Electrical Engineering 36 months $41184 View Details
Bachelor of Health Science 36 months $33836 View Details
Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences 36 months $31890 View Details
Bachelor of Science 36 months $34412 View Details
Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) 36 months $34412 View Details
Bachelors in Business in Finance 36 months $31890 View Details
Master of Analytics 18 months $36962 View Details
Master of Applied Finance 12 months $49995 View Details
Master of Business 18 months $33330 View Details
Master of Business Management 16 months $49995 View Details
Master of Computer and Information Sciences 18 months $36962 View Details
Master of Engineering 12 months $39655 View Details
Master of Global Business 12 months $49995 View Details
Master of Health Informatics 18 months $35885 View Details
Master of International Tourism Management 18 months $33084 View Details
Master of Marketing 14 months $49995 View Details
Master of Public Health 24 months $36895 View Details
Master of Science (Research) 24 months $36895 View Details
MBA 16 months $53715 View Details
Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management 8 months $35810 View Details
Postgraduate Diploma in Computer and Information Sciences 8 months $36962 View Details
Postgraduate Diploma in International Hospitality Management 12 months $33084 View Details
University at glance

Total International Students

5600

UG/PG Course Ratio

1:1.51

Endowments Value

No.of Campuses

0

Yearly Hostel & Meals Expense

$NZD 11512

International Students Website

https://www.aut.ac.nz/international

Campuses

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