Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is the "university of the changing world". This university is New Zealand's newest and fastest growing university. It is centrally located in Auckland with all facilities nearby. And we can help you become a student in Auckland, giving you the experience of a lifetime!
Auckland has been ranked the world’s third-best city for quality of living in Mercer’s Quality of Living survey.
91% of AUT students find employment immediately or within six months after graduation
Courses with strong emphasis on practical skills and experience
Many programs involve a cooperative education component (work placement), where students join a commercial enterprise for a semester and apply skills and knowledge in the real world.
Study Abroad students can take four papers in a semester, or two papers and a fully supervised internship paper, which lets students experience the New Zealand workplace via the Study-internship option.
High lecturer-to-student ratio, classes are typically small and interactive.
Affordability of the New Zealand has improved in the last 18 months
Awards won by Auckland University of Technology
In the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017, AUT achieved three rankings in the top 300 lists: Art and Design (top 100 in the world), Accounting and Finance (top 150 in the world), Business and Management (top 300 in the world).
The Times Higher Education’s lists AUT as the most international university in New Zealand and the twelfth most international university in the world
AUT is ranked among the top 50 universities worldwide for Art and Design
What can I study at Auckland University of Technology?
A semester or two as Study Abroad (Freemover)
Fun facts about Auckland University of Technology
Among well-known graduates is New Zealander Dominic Bowden, organizer and host of the TV show New Zealand Idol and The X Factor New Zealand. Bowden graduated from AUT in 2000 with a BA in Communication Studies with a degree in television.
AUT has the only business school in New Zealand that offers majors in sales, advertising or retailing.
AUT researchers at the Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication makes a survey every two years, and look at details how Kiwis use tech and the internet. The survey involves talking to 1377 New Zealanders and gives a snapshot into their online lives.
How can KILROY help me study in Auckland?
KILROY offers free student counselling, and we'll assist you all the way from the very first questions to the application process, and finally your arrival at AUT. Moreover, our study advisors can send you an estimated budget of your income and expenses during your studies.