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Overview

Overview

Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is spread across three campuses in Auckland, New Zealand, and offers over 250 courses in subjects ranging from art and design to languages. It prides itself on being the number one millennial university, and is ranked in the top 50 universities under 50 years old. Auckland itself, meanwhile, was ranked 28th in the QS Best Student Cities ranking, receiving a high score in factors such as quality of living and having a large student community.

Students can get careers advice from the University's Employability Lab, which offers help with writing a CV and cover letter, improving interview techniques, and making contacts with employers to get work experience.

The University offers a wide range of support services to help make life as stress-free as possible for students during their time studying. These include a disability support service, international student support, a confidential counselling service, and spiritual and religious support for students of all faiths.

There are a wide range of clubs and societies on offer for AUT students to get involved with during their spare time. These range from subject-specific to sports clubs. As New Zealand's leading sports university, students also have access to state-of-the-art fitness facilities, including sports centres and the opportunity to work with a personal trainer.

During their time studying, students have the opportunity to spend some of their time 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.

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Overview

Overview

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.

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Overview

Overview

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.

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What's new

What's new

Top University for international outlook

AUT was ranked 15th in the world and first in Australasia for International Outlook, based on its ability to attract international students, in the 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. In the Asia-Pacific University Ranking 2018, AUT was ranked 84th.

Times Higher Education also ranked AUT as one of the world’s top 150 young universities, based on the quality of teaching, research, citations, international outlook and industry income. AUT is one of the worlds' top millennial universities, ranked in the top 30 in the world.

Ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide

AUT is ranked as one of the top 500 universities in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2019. This ranking puts AUT in the top 2% of universities worldwide.

In the QS ranking of the top 50 world universities under 50 years old, AUT is ranked in the 61-70 band. AUT is the 16th youngest institution acknowledged in this ranking.

QS Stars

AUT has been awarded the highest rating of five stars for excellence in teaching, employability, internationalisation, facilities and inclusiveness by QS World University Rankings.

Know more about AUT’s rankings and awards.

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What's new

What's new

NZAID Scholarship student wins awards

O'Neil Nelson, a student of Master of Engineering at Auckland University of Technology, has been recognised with two awards for his educational excellence in New York and Jamaica. O'Neil won the first place in the Jamaica JTCE Educator of the Year Award and was bestowed the accolade in a ceremony last year. O'Neil hails from Jamaica and received a NZAID scholarship, which is administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in New Zealand. He finished his thesis at the Auckland University of Technology&rsquos School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences.

Top 1% universities world-wide

In recent rankings announcements by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, AUT has moved into the top one per cent of universities worldwide for the fourth time consecutively.

Top university for international outlook in New Zealand

AUT ranks 1st in New Zealand and 27th globally for its International Outlook, according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.

International outlook rankings are made based on the university&rsquos ability to attract international staff and students, and on how well they collaborate with overseas universities and engage with them.

Top millennial university in Australasia

Times Higher Education has ranked the university 51st among the world&rsquos top young universities, based on the quality of its research, teaching, international outlook, citations, and industry income.

AUT is also among the top millennial universities in the world (founded in the 21st century), being ranked 14th internationally and first in Australasia.

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What's new

What's new

NZAID Scholarship student wins awards

O'Neil Nelson, a student of Master of Engineering at Auckland University of Technology, has been recognised with two awards for his educational excellence in New York and Jamaica. O'Neil won the first place in the Jamaica JTCE Educator of the Year Award and was bestowed the accolade in a ceremony last year. O'Neil hails from Jamaica and received a NZAID scholarship, which is administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in New Zealand. He finished his thesis at the Auckland University of Technology&rsquos School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences.

Top 1% universities world-wide

In recent rankings announcements by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, AUT has moved into the top one per cent of universities worldwide for the fourth time consecutively.

Top university for international outlook in New Zealand

AUT ranks 1st in New Zealand and 27th globally for its International Outlook, according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.

International outlook rankings are made based on the university&rsquos ability to attract international staff and students, and on how well they collaborate with overseas universities and engage with them.

Top millennial university in Australasia

Times Higher Education has ranked the university 51st among the world&rsquos top young universities, based on the quality of its research, teaching, international outlook, citations, and industry income.

AUT is also among the top millennial universities in the world (founded in the 21st century), being ranked 14th internationally and first in Australasia.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

AUT provides students with an exceptional learning experience that features highly-rated teaching techniques and practice. Curiosity, creativity, connection and collaboration are at the core of teaching to prepare students for enriching and viable careers.

Exceptional learning experiences

As New Zealand’s university of technology, AUT encourages innovation and entrepreneurship. The teaching methodology is creative, interactive and responsive, characterised by contemporary approaches, technologies and resources.

The interactive classroom environment allows students to become inquiring and agile thinkers, and communicate with a broad understanding of the world. Academic staff are research active and at the forefront of their disciplines. AUT is internationally ranked in 13 subject areas and has received five stars for excellence in teaching.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Auckland University of Technology offers exceptional learning experiences to its students. As a university of technology in New Zealand, it encourages innovation and entrepreneurship.

The teaching at Auckland University of Technology is creative, interactive as well as responsive, and is characterised by contemporary approaches, resources and technologies. Auckland University of Technology’s students become agile thinkers and they communicate with a larger understanding of the world.

Its academic staff are active in their pursuit of research and are also at the forefront in their disciplines.

Apart from being ranked among the top one per cent of the world’s universities, Auckland University of Technology is also ranked as the best in the world for several subjects, including being among the world’s top 30 for sports, and top 100 in art and design.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Auckland University of Technology offers exceptional learning experiences to its students. As a university of technology in New Zealand, it encourages innovation and entrepreneurship.

The teaching at Auckland University of Technology is creative, interactive as well as responsive, and is characterised by contemporary approaches, resources and technologies. Auckland University of Technology’s students become agile thinkers and they communicate with a larger understanding of the world.

Its academic staff are active in their pursuit of research and are also at the forefront in their disciplines.

Apart from being ranked among the top one per cent of the world’s universities, Auckland University of Technology is also ranked as the best in the world for several subjects, including being among the world’s top 30 for sports, and top 100 in art and design.

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Department structure

Department structure

AUT offers 250 courses through five faculties and 17 schools.

Faculty of Business, Economics and Law

The Faculty of Business, Economics and Law offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes designed in collaboration with business leaders and experts. The programmes focus on rigorous and engaged learning, which encourages students to become adaptable graduates, ready to thrive in today's fast changing world. The AUT Business School and School of Economics are internationally ranked and accredited, and recognised for teaching and research.

Faculty of Culture and Society

The Faculty of Culture and Society delivers programmes across all three AUT campuses - North, City and South. It has strong connections with various research institutes. It offers a range of education, language, hospitality and social science programmes. The School of Hospitality & Tourism is ranked in the top 50 in the world and the language programmes offered are ranked in the top 250 in the world.

Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies

The Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies offers a range of creative, engineering and technology programmes. The programmes offered balance creativity, research, and conceptual development with theoretical and professional studies. AUT’s School of Art and Design is ranked in the top 150 worldwide.

Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences

The Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences offers an extensive range of programmes in health science, sport and recreation. It is one of the largest health science education providers in New Zealand and produces sought-after graduates who enter professions throughout the world, and undertake ground-breaking research. Ranked in the top 50 in the world, AUT offers New Zealand’s most advanced sports qualifications Clinical, pre-clinical and health subjects are also ranked in the top 125 in the world.

Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development (Te Ara Poutama)

The Faculty of Māori and indigenous development is at the cutting edge of Māori media, culture, communication and language. It offers qualifications that will prepare students to contribute in media, business, community and government organisations.

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Department structure

Department structure

The faculties at Auckland University of Technology include:

Faculty of Business, Economics and Law

The Faculty of Business, Economics and Law offers students world-class education in a number of undergraduate as well as postgraduate qualifications, preparing them well for business, economics as well as research careers or law practice.

Faculty of Culture and Society

Auckland University of Technology’s Faculty of Culture and Society provides students with a wide range of programmes such as social sciences, languages and education, as well as a diverse and rich research profile.

Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies

The Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies’ faculty is home to five discipline areas: architecture, creative technologies, communication, art and design, engineering, and computer and mathematical sciences.

Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences

The university’s Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences provides students with a wide range of programmes as well as a research profile that is diverse and rich, spanning areas including health, sports and science.

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Department structure

Department structure

The faculties at Auckland University of Technology include:

Faculty of Business, Economics and Law

The Faculty of Business, Economics and Law offers students world-class education in a number of undergraduate as well as postgraduate qualifications, preparing them well for business, economics as well as research careers or law practice.

Faculty of Culture and Society

Auckland University of Technology’s Faculty of Culture and Society provides students with a wide range of programmes such as social sciences, languages and education, as well as a diverse and rich research profile.

Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies

The Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies’ faculty is home to five discipline areas: architecture, creative technologies, communication, art and design, engineering, and computer and mathematical sciences.

Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences

The university’s Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences provides students with a wide range of programmes as well as a research profile that is diverse and rich, spanning areas including health, sports and science.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

English language requirements

International applicants need to prove their level of English to gain entry into AUT programmes. IELTS is the preferred English test for most AUT qualifications.

Other recognised tests include Certificate in English for Academic Study, GIE, TOEFL iBT, Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) or the Pearson Test of English.

For undergraduate study, students will need the equivalent of IELTS 6.0 overall with all bands 5.5 or higher. For postgraduate study, students will need IELTS 6.5 overall with all bands 6.0 or higher.

Students who do not meet the English language requirements for entry into an AUT programme can study English at AUT International House.

AUT International House based at the City Campus offers a range of qualifications, including GIE – the AUT university entrance and preparation programme.

Undergraduate entry requirements

All applicants need to meet AUT’s minimum requirements to gain entry into a bachelor’s degree.

  • International Baccalaureate (IB) with successful completion of a minimum of 24 points (or)

  • Cambridge International Examination with a minimum of 120 points at A or AS level from any subjects which are broadly equivalent to the subjects in the NCEA approved subject list (or)

  • General Certificate of Education (GCE) with three A-levels including one C grade or better. A result in General Studies cannot be included among the 3 on which the application is based.

Pathway options

International students who don’t meet the academic requirements can enrol in a foundation programme for entry into an AUT programme. The AUT Certificate in Foundation Studies is delivered by Academic Colleges Group (ACG), which has one of the best records in New Zealand for international education.

More information on pathway options can be found on our website.

Postgraduate entry requirements

Entry requirements for AUT postgraduate study may vary by programme. Minimum entry requirements are a successfully completed bachelor’s degree, in the same area of study from a recognised university.

Some programmes require relevant work or research experience.

Students can find subject-specific entry requirements on the programme pages.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

IELTS is the English language test required for most of the health science degrees. It is also the preferred English language test for all the other AUT qualifications. The scores required for several of the university’s degrees include:

Certificates

An overall score of 5.5 with all the bands at 5 or higher.

Diplomas

Depending on the diploma chosen, either an overall score of 6.0 with all the bands at 5.5 or higher, or an overall score of 5.5 with all the bands at 5.0 or higher.

Bachelor's degree

An overall score of 6.0 with all bands at 5.5 or higher.

Graduate certificates, graduate diplomas, and conjoint programmes

An overall score of 6.5 with all bands at 6.0 or higher.

Doctoral degrees

An overall score of 6.5 with 7 in writing as well as all other bands at 6.0 or higher. Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences require a writing band of 6.5.

Postgraduate programmes including master's degrees, postgraduate certificates, postgraduate diplomas, as well as bachelor’s degrees with honours require an overall score of 6.5 with all bands at 6.0 or higher.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

IELTS is the English language test required for most of the health science degrees. It is also the preferred English language test for all the other AUT qualifications. The scores required for several of the university’s degrees include:

Certificates

An overall score of 5.5 with all the bands at 5 or higher.

Diplomas

Depending on the diploma chosen, either an overall score of 6.0 with all the bands at 5.5 or higher, or an overall score of 5.5 with all the bands at 5.0 or higher.

Bachelor's degree

An overall score of 6.0 with all bands at 5.5 or higher.

Graduate certificates, graduate diplomas, and conjoint programmes

An overall score of 6.5 with all bands at 6.0 or higher.

Doctoral degrees

An overall score of 6.5 with 7 in writing as well as all other bands at 6.0 or higher. Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences require a writing band of 6.5.

Postgraduate programmes including master's degrees, postgraduate certificates, postgraduate diplomas, as well as bachelor’s degrees with honours require an overall score of 6.5 with all bands at 6.0 or higher.

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Facilities

Facilities

AUT has three campuses around Auckland – the City, North and South campus – that offer contemporary learning spaces and facilities.

City Campus

The City Campus is in the heart of Auckland. It is AUT’s biggest campus and is home to most academic units and the central administration, including the Vice-Chancellor’s office. The campus has state-of-the- art learning spaces to facilitate group study. The Campus is close to many Auckland attractions including the Sky Tower, cinemas, restaurants and bars.

North Campus

Based in Northcote, the North Campus is home to education, health and sports courses. It offers facilities including student accommodation, cafes, a sports centre, modern spaces to study, comfortable lecture theatres and lots of wide open green space.

South Campus

South Campus is located in the heart of Manukau. The campus boasts modern new buildings that have many study areas. Large open spaces allow students to socialise and make new friends. Manukau train station is a 15-minute walk from the South Campus.

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Study abroad and study exchange

Study abroad and study exchange

Students who are interested in travelling while they complete their AUT degree can complete one or two semesters at one of Auckland University of Technology’s partner universities with an international study exchange.

Studying abroad can change students’ lives and they will have the opportunity to meet new people, immerse themselves in another culture, as well as obtain international experience. They can also cross credit the points they receive to their degree at AUT as well as continue their studies when they return to New Zealand.

Some reasons why students do an exchange are:

  • They will learn a lot, both personally and academically
  • They will return to Auckland University of Technology with more self-confidence as well as maturity.
  • They will add value to their degrees by experiencing various teaching styles as well as taking different courses.

By studying abroad, students can also pick study at AUT for a semester or a year in their chosen major, or a different discipline. Students can cross-credit points they earn towards their home degree and gain international experience during study.

Students can choose to:

  • Take up four courses in a semester
  • Take the study-internship option (which is two papers and a supervised internship paper).

AUT will provide students a unique Kiwi welcome to the university and to New Zealand and offer support with settling into study and life there. Students can expect to make many friends, learn more about New Zealand’s unique culture and enjoy wonderful scenery.

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Study abroad and study exchange

Study abroad and study exchange

Students who are interested in travelling while they complete their AUT degree can complete one or two semesters at one of Auckland University of Technology’s partner universities with an international study exchange.

Studying abroad can change students’ lives and they will have the opportunity to meet new people, immerse themselves in another culture, as well as obtain international experience. They can also cross credit the points they receive to their degree at AUT as well as continue their studies when they return to New Zealand.

Some reasons why students do an exchange are:

  • They will learn a lot, both personally and academically
  • They will return to Auckland University of Technology with more self-confidence as well as maturity.
  • They will add value to their degrees by experiencing various teaching styles as well as taking different courses.

By studying abroad, students can also pick study at AUT for a semester or a year in their chosen major, or a different discipline. Students can cross-credit points they earn towards their home degree and gain international experience during study.

Students can choose to:

  • Take up four courses in a semester
  • Take the study-internship option (which is two papers and a supervised internship paper).

AUT will provide students a unique Kiwi welcome to the university and to New Zealand and offer support with settling into study and life there. Students can expect to make many friends, learn more about New Zealand’s unique culture and enjoy wonderful scenery.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

There are many scholarships available for international students who want to study at AUT. The scholarships database offers information about over 100 AUT scholarships.

AUT Vice-Chancellor's Doctoral Scholarships

AUT awards scholarships to high achieving research candidates applying to an approved doctoral programme. The scholarship is offered to encourage doctoral studies in areas that enhance the University's research capability. The scholarship, valued at NZD 25,000, consists of an annual stipend plus tuition fees and student services levy for up to three years.

Master of Arts Scholarship in Applied Language Studies or Professional Language Studies

This scholarship aims to encourage and support postgraduate study in the area of Language Teaching or Applied Language Study. The scholarship valued at NZD 8,000 towards first year fees is open to international students who have demonstrated academic excellence in past tertiary study.

Business, Economics and Law Doctoral Fees Scholarship

This scholarship aims to encourage and support students with an excellent academic record to undertake doctoral research in the Faculty of Business and Law. The applicants should meet the admission criteria of the doctoral programme and have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in their prior undergraduate and postgraduate study.

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Research institutes and centres

Research institutes and centres

Auckland University of Technology’s research institutes include:

  • Engineering Research Institute
  • Institute of Applied Ecology New Zealand
  • Health and Rehabilitation Research Institute
  • Institute for Radio Astronomy and Space Research
  • Institute of Biomedical Technologies
  • National Institute for Public Health and Mental Health Research
  • New Zealand Tourism Research
  • New Zealand Work Research Institute
  • Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Research Institute
  • Sports Performance Research Institute

The university’s research centres include:

  • Auckland Centre for Financial Research
  • Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research
  • Additive Manufacturing Research Centre
  • Centre for Active Ageing
  • Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Technology
  • Centre for Adaptive Pattern Recognition
  • Centre for Bioinformatics
  • Centre for Interdisciplinary Trauma Research
  • Centre for Social Data Analytics

Partnerships

The university collaborates with several like-minded organisations which recognise the value of technology and collaboration in driving business results to benefit the society, including:

  • Auckland Council
  • Air New Zealand
  • Auckland Transport
  • Callaghan Innovation
  • Dow Design
  • Auckland War Memorial Museum
  • Downer
  • NASA

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Research institutes and centres

Research institutes and centres

Auckland University of Technology’s research institutes include:

  • Engineering Research Institute
  • Institute of Applied Ecology New Zealand
  • Health and Rehabilitation Research Institute
  • Institute for Radio Astronomy and Space Research
  • Institute of Biomedical Technologies
  • National Institute for Public Health and Mental Health Research
  • New Zealand Tourism Research
  • New Zealand Work Research Institute
  • Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Research Institute
  • Sports Performance Research Institute

The university’s research centres include:

  • Auckland Centre for Financial Research
  • Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research
  • Additive Manufacturing Research Centre
  • Centre for Active Ageing
  • Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Technology
  • Centre for Adaptive Pattern Recognition
  • Centre for Bioinformatics
  • Centre for Interdisciplinary Trauma Research
  • Centre for Social Data Analytics

Partnerships

The university collaborates with several like-minded organisations which recognise the value of technology and collaboration in driving business results to benefit the society, including:

  • Auckland Council
  • Air New Zealand
  • Auckland Transport
  • Callaghan Innovation
  • Dow Design
  • Auckland War Memorial Museum
  • Downer
  • NASA

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学生眼中的评价

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(4.2)
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4.8
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4.4
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4.4
Rahul
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Great facilities and resources. Good units and great support for students. People are very friendly. Lots of activities take place on the campus.
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Facilities in my school are great such as AUT Library, which is the place that I spend most of my time at. The environment in library makes me feel to be more focused on my assessments. Staffs there are really friendly and helpful, they try their best to find the solutions for students.
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全球排名
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Rated4/5based on9 student reviews
Customer reviews:
AUT - by, 2020-01-07
2.0/ 5 stars
AUT AUT
Rated4/5based on9 student reviews
I can able to access the library or computer lab most of the time and many places for study. Customer reviews:
AUT - by, 2019-12-26
4.0/ 5 stars
AUT AUT
Rated4/5based on9 student reviews
Customer reviews:
AUT - by, 2020-01-07
5.0/ 5 stars
AUT AUT
Rated4/5based on9 student reviews
Facilities in my school are great such as AUT Library, which is the place that I spend most of my time at. The environment in library makes me feel to be more focused on my assessments. Staffs there are really friendly and helpful, they try their best to find the solutions for students. Customer reviews:
AUT - by, 2020-01-07
5.0/ 5 stars
AUT AUT
Rated4/5based on9 student reviews
Very inclusive university. :) Customer reviews:
AUT - by, 2020-01-07
5.0/ 5 stars
AUT AUT
Rated4/5based on9 student reviews
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AUT - by, 2020-01-07
5.0/ 5 stars
AUT AUT
Rated4/5based on9 student reviews
Good infrastructure. Customer reviews:
AUT - by, 2020-01-07
4.0/ 5 stars
AUT AUT
Rated4/5based on9 student reviews
Great facilities and resources. Good units and great support for students. People are very friendly. Lots of activities take place on the campus. Customer reviews:
AUT - by, 2020-01-08
5.0/ 5 stars
AUT AUT
Rated4/5based on9 student reviews
Customer reviews:
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3.0/ 5 stars

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Auckland Central Auckland 55 Wellesley Street East
Northcote Auckland 90 Akoranga Drive
Manukau Auckland 640 Great South Road
Auckland Auckland Corner Rutland and Wakefield Streets
Auckland University of Technology is a contemporary New Zealand university focusing on student success, research and industry connectivity. It is New Zealand?s second largest and fastest growing university. Students from many countries are enrolled at AUT across their three teaching campuses located in Auckland. When students study at the University, they will join many international students from more than 95 countries around the world. The students will be taught by expert staff who value innovation and quality.

The AUT students are provided with a unique learning experience through engagement with industry, business and international partners, the on-going development of modern teaching and learning facilities, and a focus on research that addresses issues facing the environment and society. Students are encouraged to participate, develop their own opinions, gain knowledge and learn how to apply it in real situations. The University produces great graduates who enter the workforce able to challenge routine thinking and provide innovative solutions to industry.

Auckland University of Technology has three campuses with a range of study options. It also has a number of specialist locations at other sites across Auckland.
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