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The University of Auckland – New Zealand

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School ID: SU640007
Rank: 153
* Webometrics Ranking of World Universities
Applied number: 100

The University of Auckland is ranked No.1 globally in the inaugural University Impact Rankings by Times Higher Education (THE). 

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About

General description

The University of Auckland is New Zealand’s leading university and is situated in the heart of cosmopolitan Auckland. It was established in 1883 and offers a comprehensive range of world-class research-based study programs. The University of Auckland is the only New Zealand member of Universitas 21, a prestigious international consortium of research-led universities that fosters academic exchange and quality benchmarking among its members. These include the Universities of British Columbia, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Nottingham, Hong Kong, Fudan, New South Wales, Queensland and Melbourne, and the National University of Singapore.

The University of Auckland is also a member of the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU), a network of major international universities in the Asia-Pacific Rim region.

Why The University of Auckland?

In 2010, the University became the only New Zealand member of the Worldwide Universities Network, a group of leading universities focused on international research collaboration with the aim of addressing some of the major issues facing humankind.

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Finances

Avg Cost of Tuition/Year NZD$ 33.688
Cost of Living/Year NZD$ 18,000
Application Fee NZD$ 0
Estimated Total/Year NZD$ 51.688

Main majors

  • Arts (including history, Literature, Languages, Political Studies and Theology)
  • Business School (including Accounting, Finance, International Business and Marketing)
  • Education (including Primary, Secondary and Social work)
  • Engineering (including Electrical, Mechanical, Software and Biomedical)

Intake

  • Semester 1: from February to June
  • Semester 2: from July to November
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