University of Auckland Key Information:-
•Informally known: University of Auckland (Maori: Te Whare Wananga o Tamaki Makaurau)
•Motto: "Ingenio et labore" (LATIN) "By natural ability and hard work."
•Address: Auckland 1010, New Zealand
•Affiliation: ACU, APAIE, APRU, Universitas 21, WUN
•Category: Public University
•Available study options: Undergraduate and Postgraduate
• Campus: Multiple
•Chancellor: Ian Parton
• Vice-Chancellor: Stuart McCutcheon
•Phone: +64 9-373 7999
•E-mail: CLICK HERE for directory
University of Auckland Highlights:-
• University of Auckland Auckland is the largest and leading university in the country comprising of eight faculties over six campuses, and has more than 40,000 students.
• The University of Auckland is spread across six campuses, all situated in Auckland Region and Northland Region in the upper North Island of New Zealand.
• The main majors offered by the university include arts, business, education, engineering, medicine & health science, law and sciences.
• Auckland UniServices Limited is the commercial research and knowledge transfer company for the university.
• The Auckland University Students' Association (AUSA) represents students at the University.
•CECIL (CSL, short for Computer Supported Learning) is the university's learning management and course management system and was developed in house.
University of Auckland Admissions
University of Auckland Admission:-
Following is the all the information you may need about University of Auckland Auckland Admission for undergraduate and postgraduate study.
University of Auckland Undergraduate Admission and Enrollment Guide:-
01. Choose your programme.
02. Check the application closing dates.
03. Check the entry requirements.
04. Apply for admission.
The acknowledgement email will be sent within two working days. This e-mail will also include a checklist of documents that need to be submitted along with your Student ID Number. You can use this to sign into your Application for Admission.
05. Submit your supporting documents.
Please be aware that during peak admission periods (October to February, June to July), documents may take up to three weeks to process and assess. If you have sent in all your admission documents at one time, some will take longer to process and be updated in the system than others. If your application is successful an email with your offer will be sent.
06.Accept or decline your offer of place:-
If you accept your offer, you have been admitted to the University and you can now start enrolling in courses. Note: If you have been given a conditional offer of place, you will need to meet all of the conditions before you can enrol in courses.
07. Enrol in your courses.
Once you have enrolled in courses you are now a student of the University. Congratulations!
08. Pay your fees.
International applicants — see Applying for a visa for information about visa applications.
CLICK HERE for undergraduate application closing dates.
CLICK HERE for undergraduate admission entry requirements.
How to apply for University of Auckland Post graduate Admission:-
If you are new to the University of Auckland:
•Go to the Application for Admission.
•Click the Sign up for a new account link below the password box.
•A screen will appear asking you to confirm that you wish to sign up for a new account.
•If you do want to register a new account, select Confirm.
•The ‘Register for a new account’ page will appear.
•Enter your email address, name and a password.
•Click Register. You will be sent an email asking you to complete your registration.
•Return to the Application for Admission and select Continue.
•You’ll be asked to provide some personal information such as your contact details, date of birth, citizenship and ethnicity. If you indicate that you have a disability, you’ll be asked for more information about it so that University staff can better meet your needs.
•You’ll then be asked for information about your academic history and qualifications.
If you are a current or former student at the University of Auckland, a current or former staff member, or are already registered with the University:
•Go to the Application for Admission.
•Sign in using your NetID/StudentID or email address, and your password.
•You may be asked to provide some personal details that the University does not yet have on record.
•Check your academic history to make sure it includes any qualifications you have completed or are in the process of completing. The University of Auckland qualifications will not be displayed but are kept on record, so you don’t need to enter these.
•Apply for a programme
•After you have completed the personal details and academic history sections, follow the online instructions to apply for a programme (degree, diploma, or certificate).
Applying for more than one programme
You can apply for more than one programme if you want to — up to a maximum of six, unless you are being assessed under our Special Admission pathway, in which case you may only have two active applications. Programme applications are not assessed based on the order you apply or any preference order. If you’re not offered a place in your first choice, you might be offered a place in another.
Simply complete your application for the first programme, then click to apply for another one. Or you can come back later to apply for another programme.
After you submit an application
You will receive an acknowledgement email from the University.
That email will tell you if there is any documentation or other additional requirements that we need from you in order to complete the processing of your application.
Your application will take approximately 1 to 2 working days before it is made available to Applications and Admissions, who will then be able to help you with any specific queries about your application.
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University of Auckland Academic Year
University of Auckland Academic Year is divided into two semesters, namely:
SEMESTER 01: March to July
SEMESTER 02: July to December
University of Auckland Tuition Fee
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University of Auckland Infrastructure
University of Auckland Infrastructure:-
The University of Auckland is spread across six campuses, all situated in Auckland Region and Northland Region in the upper North Island of New Zealand.
•City Campus:- Spread over 16 hectares the city campus has a majority of students and faculties.
• Tamaki Campus:- Spread over 32 hectares in the suburb of Glen Innes, 12 km from the City campus, this campus offers courses in Health, Sports Science, Environmental Science, Wine Science, Information Technology, Communications and Electronics, Materials and Manufacturing, Food and Biotechnology and Information Management.
• Grafton Campus:- The Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, School of Pharmacy and Department of Optometry are based here.
• Epson Campus:- The Epsom Campus is the main Faculty of Education campus, offering programmes in teacher education and social services.
• Tai Tokerau Campus:- Tai Tokerau Campus offers courses in faculty of education.
• Leigh Marine Laboratory:- 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.
Student Accomodation:- The University provides a range of accommodation options for students. Several students live in Residential Halls and Apartments, which provide, respectively, food, accommodation, social and welfare services, alongside self-catered, private residences.
Halls of Residence
•University Hall Apartments (Number 14 Flats)
•Parnell Student Village
University of Auckland Faculty:-
University of Auckland Auckland Faculty past and present consists of subjects scholars and researchers.
University of Auckland Student Life and Activities:-
The Auckland University Students' Association (AUSA) is the base of University of Auckland Auckland Student Life and Activities and represents students at the university. AUSA publicises student issues, administers student facilities, and assists affiliated student clubs and societies. AUSA also produces the student magazine Craccum and runs the radio station bFM. The name of the alumni association is the University of Auckland Society.
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University of Auckland Rankings
University of Auckland Rankings:-
University of Auckland Auckland has earned the title of being New Zealand's leading university. It is the only one included in the Times Higher Education top 200 and it is the highest ranked New Zealand university in the QS World University Rankings and Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities. Following is the latest University of Auckland Auckland Rankings
Times Higher Education Ranking: Rank 164
QS World University Ranking: Rank 94
Times Higher Education Ranking: 07
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