University of Auckland


The University of Auckland is considered among the world's leading research institutes. It is a leading tertiary institution in Auckland. It is among the most comprehensive institutions in both Engineering and Health Sciences faculties. This University has eight major faculties, including Arts, Engineering, Law, and Health Sciences, which offers over 120 programs on the Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels. Plus, the University also allows you to study in more than one program at a time.

It has top-notch e-research facilities and a world-class library complex. The University of Auckland is a member of the Worldwide Universities Network, Universitas 21 and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. These associations enables the University's students and staff to maintain international links. It is a research-led institute committed to serving national and global communities. Globally it is recognized for excellence in research, learning, teaching, administration, creative work, and significant contribution to the advancement of knowledge.

This institute has provided the world with some great minds worldwide. There are some great names like Vincent Cheng, the chairman of HSBC and Helen Clark, the formal administrator of the UN development program.


This university is spread over five campuses and is home to about 40,000 students. Of these students, around 10,000 are International from countries worldwide.

AUSA (Auckland University Association) has been representing the students of the University since 1891. This association publicizes student issues, assists affiliated student societies and clubs and administers student facilities. It also runs a radio station, 95bFM and produces a student magazine named "Craccum". Student Advice Hub is AUSA's free welfare and advocacy representation service, which provides financial support, legal advice, academic advice and supports you with personal issues, including bullying and harassment.

ESSA (Education and Social Work Student Association) is a student union of the University of Auckland that carter students' interests and needs and helps develop a diverse and multi-cultural community in the institute.


In any university, living on-campus or off-campus is a personal choice. Like most good universities, this University offers a place to feel at home. The on-campus residence offers security, company, and a chance to be a better version of yourself. The University of Auckland owns several residential halls and apartments in which you can get various housing options. Here you facilitated food, social and welfare services, and the environment to grow academically and socially. Four Halls are aimed to fully carter first-year students; Grafton Hall, University Hall Towers, O'Rorke and Waiparuru Hall.


  • By QS World Ranking, the University of Auckland ranks 87.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, the University of Auckland ranks 137.
  • U.S. News and World Report ranked the University of Auckland at 118.


University of Auckland
Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New Zealand

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