Introduction to University of Auckland
The University of Auckland is a research-led, international university, recognised for excellence in teaching, learning, research, creative work, and administration, for the significance of its contributions to the advancement of knowledge and its commitment to serve its local, national and international communities. The University develops key international relationships that will enhance its ability to perform as a globally competitive research-led University. The University offers all general and academic staff the opportunity to learn about the Treaty to broaden their understanding of its role in our present and future.
Courses Available at University of Auckland
The University of Auckland offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the fields which are as follows:
- Business and commerce
- Education and teaching
- Engineering and construction
- Fine arts, design and architecture
- Health, medicine and biomedical sciences
- History, literature and philosophy
- Languages, cultures and globalisation
- Law and justice
- Māori, Pacific and indigenous worlds
- Media, music and performing arts
- Science and mathematics
- Society, politics and people
- Technology and innovation
Ranking of University of Auckland
The University of Auckland is the highest ranked New Zealand university in the main world university rankings.
- The University has been ranked 1 in New Zealand and 71 worldwide in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019.
- In the Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking 2017, the University was placed amongst the 150 best universities worldwide for delivering work-ready graduates (146). The University is the only New Zealand university ranked in the top 150.
- The University of Auckland is also the highest ranked university in New Zealand for its global reputation amongst both academics and employers. Worldwide, the University ranks 60 for Academic and 129 for Employer Reputation.
Campus Location of University of Auckland
- City Campus: It is right in the heart of Auckland. You are within walking distance of all the main cultural, entertainment and commercial hubs. Harbour views and Albert Park add to the appeal. The campus has a full range of amenities including cafes, health services, libraries, childcare facilities and a recreation centre.
- Tāmaki Innovation Campus: It is located in the east Auckland suburb of St Johns. It is predominantly a postgraduate campus with courses in biosecurity, population health and speech science.
- Newmarket Campus: This is a new five-hectare campus adjacent to the major business area in Newmarket. It will provide the University with a site for expansion over the next 50 years. The faculties of Engineering and Science occupy the first of the new facilities.
- Epsom Campus: This is the main Faculty of Education campus. Based at 74 Epsom Avenue, the Epsom Campus offers programmes in teacher education and social services. This faculty comprises the University’s former School of Education, and the former Auckland College of Education.
- Grafton Campus: Originally established as the School of Medicine, the Grafton Campus (opposite Auckland Hospital on the boundary of Auckland Domain) houses much of the faculty including a café, health services, and the Philson Library.
- Tai Tokerau Campus: The Faculty of Education offers courses at the Tai Tokerau Campus, 13 Alexander Street, Whangarei – a short distance from the city centre.
- Leigh Marine Laboratory: The Leigh Marine Laboratory is based on the northeast coast of New Zealand, about 100km north of Auckland.
Website of University of Auckland
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