Auckland University of Technology (AUT) offers more than 250 courses in subjects ranging from engineering and health sciences to art and design and business. AUT is spread across three campuses in Auckland, New Zealand and prides itself on being the number one millennial university in Australasia and ranks within the top 60 universities under 50 years old. Auckland itself was ranked 23rd in the QS Best Student Cities Ranking, receiving a high score in areas such as quality of living and having a large student community.
The university's Employability Lab offers careers advice to students and helps with writing CV's, cover letters, improving interview techniques and contacting employers for work experience.
The university offers a wide range of support services to reduce stress for students during their studies. These include a disability support service, a confidential counselling service, international student support and spiritual and religious support for all students of all faiths.
There are a vast range of societies and clubs for AUT students to get involved with during their spare time. These range from subject-specific organisations to sports clubs. As New Zealand's leading sports university, students have access to state-of-the-art fitness facilities, including sports centres and personal trainers.
During their time at AUT students have the opportunity to study in another country through an international exchange programme, at one of AUT's partner institutions. Students are encouraged to do so to stand out from the crowd after graduation, as well as gaining new life and cultural experiences.