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University of Auckland

New Zealand
  • Ranked 175 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014-2015
  • Ranked 92 QS World University Rankings 2014
  • Ranked 164 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013-2014
  • Ranked 94 QS World University Rankings 2013
  • Ranked 82 QS World University Rankings 2015
  • Ranked 172 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016
  • Ranked 82 QS World University Rankings 2018
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About University of Auckland

The University of Auckland has, for more than a century, been dedicated to its mission to nurture scholars who will contribute to society by advancing knowledge and imparting it to new generations of students. Staff, students and supporters take pride in having contributed to The University of Auckland's reputation as New Zealand's flagship, research-led university, known for the excellence of its teaching, its research, and its service to its local, national and international communities.

Society is changing rapidly in ways which will have a profound impact on the role of universities.The 21st century will see, for the first time, a decline in the number of people of working age. This trend, coupled with the changes that innovation brings, will have a major effect on the way people work and the kinds of jobs they do. In a world where change is the norm, however, one thing is certain - knowledge will be a key resource and will be highly sought after within New Zealand and around the globe. The challenge - shared by all universities - is to help to generate the intellectual property which will create new jobs, and to educate and train people to work in fields where they will be valued both for their specialised knowledge, and for their ability to research, communicate and solve problems.

Key to meeting these challenges is the need to build on the alliances and collaborative partnerships the University has established with business, industry, government, and other research institutions. These networks, together with the support of alumni and friends here and overseas, are critically important if New Zealand is to realise the full benefits of its investment in the University. It is equally important for the University to keep close to its wider communities of interest within New Zealand and internationally. This will help to ensure the ongoing relevance of our academic programmes and the continued excellence of our teaching, learning and research.

Campus information

There are 6 campuses spread across six campuses, all situated in Auckland Region and Northland Region in the upper North Island of New Zealand. The City campus in the Auckland CBD has the majority of the students and faculties. It covers 16 hectares.

  1. The Tāmaki campus, established in 1991, covers 32 hectares in the suburb of Glen Innes, 12 km from the City campus. The degrees offered are in Health, Sports Science, Environmental Science, Wine Science, Information Technology, Communications and Electronics, Materials and Manufacturing, Food and Biotechnology and Information Management.
  2. The Grafton Campus, established in 1968, is opposite Auckland City Hospital in the suburb of Grafton, close to the City Campus. The Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, School of Pharmacy and Department of Optometry are based here. The Epsom Campus is the main Faculty of Education campus, offering programmes in teacher education and social services. It was formerly the Auckland College of Education's main campus, until the college merged with the University's School of Education in September 2004 to form the Faculty of Education.
  3. The Tai Tokerau Campus in Whangarei offers Faculty of Education courses. The Leigh Marine Laboratory is effectively the marine campus and hosts postgraduate teaching and research at the Cape Rodney-Okakari Point Marine Reserve (Goat Island) near Warkworth. Situated on the east coast, about 100 km north of the city of Auckland, it has access to a wide range of unspoiled marine habitats. Some Faculty of Education courses are offered at Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT). Visual Arts students also live at MIT. Located in Otara, the Institute provides full amenities for students, including cafés, health services, a library, and limited parking.
  • In July 2011 Kim and Jeanette Goldwater gifted a 14-hectare winery in Waiheke Island to the University. This is set to host the University's Wine Science courses.
  • In 2010 Lion ceased operations at its Newmarket brewery and moved to East Tamaki, selling the site to the University of Auckland in May 2013.[15] The university plans to build an engineering research space and a new civil structures hall. From the start of the first semester of 2010, the University banned smoking on any of its property, including inside and outside buildings in areas that were once designated as smoking areas.[

Tāmaki Innovation Campus:

  • Located 20 minutes' drive from the City Campus, a university bus service between Tāmaki and City Campuses runs on a regular basis throughout the day. There are also public transport options available and student parking on campus. Epsom Campus: Located at 74 Epsom Avenue, the campus is less than 10 minutes' drive from the CBD and City Campus and offers full amenities, including ample parking, leisure facilities, and the Sylvia Ashton-Warner Library – one of the most extensive teacher education libraries in New Zealand.

Grafton Campus:

  • The Grafton Campus is situated opposite Auckland Hospital on the boundary of Auckland Domain.

Tai Tokerau Campus:

  • Located at 13 Alexander Street, Whangarei - a short distance from the city centre.

Leigh Marine Laboratory:

  • Situated on the northeast coast of New Zealand, about 100km north of the city of Auckland, it has access to a wide range of unspoiled marine habitats.

Waitemata Health Campus:

  • The Freemasons’ Department of Geriatric Medicine is located on the North Shore Hospital site. It is an academic section of the Department of Medicine conducting research and teaching relating to the health and clinical care of older people. The Waitemata Health Campus is a division of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and provides clinical teaching and research for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

South Auckland Clinical School:

  • The South Auckland Clinical School at Middlemore Hospital offers training in areas of specific relevance to the South Auckland population, including diabetes and renal disease, trauma and orthopaedic complications, psychiatric illness and substance abuse.

Waikato Clinical School:

  • The Waikato Clinical School at Waikato Hospital is an academic division of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and provides clinical teaching and research for undergraduates and postgraduate medical and allied health science students.

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Accounting and Finance 1 Architecture, Building & Planning 1 Business and Management 3 Creative Arts & Design 1 Engineering 3 Law 1

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