New Zealand's leading university
Main campus: Auckland City
Other campuses: Newmarket, Epsom, Grafton, Tai Tonga (Manukau) and Tai Tokerau (Whāngarei)
The university is ranked as New Zealand’s leading university, with degrees that are world-class and internationally recognised. Auckland’s research-led programmes attract a high level of teaching professionals. You will learn from people who are passionate about their chosen fields.
Tū ake i te kei o te waka mātauranga. Tū ake nei i Waipapa Taumata Rau. Nau mai, haere mai.
Waipapa Marae (City campus), Tutahi Tonu Marae (Epsom campus) and the Tai Tonga campus in Manukau provide a home away from home for tauira Māori and their whānau.
The university’s Kaitakawaenga Māori provides information and support to tauira and their whānau, including advice on entry, enrolment, scholarships and financial opportunities, as well as pastoral guidance.
Tuākana is the university-wide learning community for enhancing the success of tauira Māori, offering study wānanga, whakawhanaungatanga and workshops.
Ngā Tauira Māori is the Māori student association at the University of Auckland. It is responsible for advocating better conditions for tauira Māori on campus.
Website key word search: Māori, Tuākana
2021 data. Source: Ministry of Education. Custom data for Universities New Zealand (extracted 13 April 2022). Numbers have been rounded for confidentiality reasons.
Tālofa lava, Mālō e lelei, Kia orana, Bula vinaka, Fakatalofa atu, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Halo olaketa, Ia orana, Mauri, Aloha, Mālō ni, Hafa adai.
Our Fale Pasifika is the centre of the university Pacific community, and our Tai Tonga campus in Manukau allows our Pacific students to attend New Zealand’s leading university in the heart of the South Auckland community.
The university’s Pacific Equity Adviser provides a range of student support services, including guidance with entry, enrolment and scholarship opportunities.
Tuākana is the university-wide learning community for enhancing the success of Pacific students, offering fonotaga and workshops.
Website key word search: Pacific, Tuākana