Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makau Rau
Auckland University of Technology
The University for the Changing World
Main campus: Auckland
Other campuses: North Shore Campus, Manukau Campus
AUT’s mission is to create great graduates, offering contemporary university education and world-class facilities while encouraging collaboration across disciplines in research, teaching and learning.
Now New Zealand’s second largest university, AUT is ranked among the top 1.2% (301-350) of universities in the world.
The University’s focus on technological transformation, external impact and industry connections make AUT graduates sought after—contributing to a 96% graduate employment rate
E te hunga pikoko ki te mātauranga,
nau mai piki mai ki te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki-makau-rau
Ngā Wai o Horotiu Marae is located at the city campus. It serves as a whānau, cultural and spiritual centre.
There are programmes and activities across the university that are dedicated to tauira Māori achievement and success.
The Māori Liaison Services can help with; advice (academic, cultural or personal), financial (scholarships and administration), advocacy (faculty and community), and mentors.
Titahi Ki Tua (TKT) off ers Māori AUT students a place where they can come together to share ideas, share identity, draw support, socialise, meet other tauira Māori and practice culture – kapa haka, all in a marae environment.
WEBSITE KEY WORD SEARCH: Māori, Māori Student Support
Warm Pacific greetings!
AUT offers comprehensive support for our diverse Pacific communities. Our Student Hub is always a good place to start if you are looking for support and advice with your studies, health, welfare and anything else on living and studying in New Zealand.
Our Office of Pacific Advancement oversees a range of Pacific-focused student engagement activites. Through our Oceanian Leadership Network you can access initiatives that focus on leadership development, academic, cultural and social support.
WEBSITE KEY WORD SEARCH: Pacific, Pacific Support
2019 data. Source: Education Counts, Tertiary Statistics/Participation (updated May 2020).
*Domestic students only.