Auckland University of Technology (AUT) was established in 2000 under Education Act, 1989. It is New Zealand’s newest university but its history in industry relevant education is over 110 years old. AUT is the youngest of the 8 New Zealand universities and the only one to be established since the 1960s. AUT is a contemporary university, with a distinctive approach to teaching and learning, focused on providing student-centered, innovative and responsive learning experiences.
Campus of Auckland University of Technology –
- City Campus: City Campus is located at the corner of Mayoral Drive and Governor Fitzroy Place, this extensive complex includes a 12-floor tower, a plaza, glass atrium and a green quad.
- North Shore Campus: North Shore Campus is home to their teacher education, health sciences and sport and recreation courses and research.
- Manukau Campus: AUT's Manukau Campus draws on the best teaching, learning and research practices from across the University's campuses.
- Millennium Campus: Millennium Campus is located on Auckland's North Shore, AUT Millennium Campus is New Zealand's world-class sports training facility, helping their community to be healthy and their top athletes to be champions.
Why Choose Auckland University of Technology?
- Graduated 25,000 students from undergraduate and postgraduate degrees
- Graduated 110 PhDs and other doctorates (the first just 6 years ago)
- Produced 8,000 refereed journal articles and other peer-reviewed research outputs
- Received $145 million in research-related income
- Grew total enrolments to more than 19,000 students (equivalent full-time) with over 80% in undergraduate or postgraduate degrees.
- Saw annual postgraduate enrolment climb to 2,000 students (equivalent full-time) with 300 PhD students.
Facilities at Auckland University of Technology –
- Computer Labs
- Sport and Fitness Centre
Faculty at Auckland University of Technology –
- Faculty of Culture and Society
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies
- Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences
- Faculty of Maori Development (Te Ara Poutama)
Schools at Auckland University of Technology –
- School of Education
- School of Hospitality and Tourism
- School of Social Sciences and Public Policy
- School of Language and Culture
- School of Art and Design
- School of Communication Studies
- School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences
- School of Engineering
- School of Applied Sciences
- School of Health Care Practice
- School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies
- School of Rehabilitation and Occupation Studies
- School of Sport and Recreation
- School of Inter professional Health Studies