About AUT University
AUT University traces its roots back to 1895 as the country’s leading Institute of Technology. It earned its university status in 2000 in recognition of its national and international stature in creativity, innovation, scholarship, research, and excellence in teaching.
Today, AUT University is the fastest growing university in New Zealand.
Taylors Auckland Foundation Year (TAFY)
For the past eight years AUT University has welcomed students from the Taylors Auckland Foundation Year programme where statistics prove they transition well, both academically and culturally, into main stream university programmes.
- New Zealand's fastest growing university
- AUT have graduated more than 25,000 students from degree and postgraduate programmes
- New Zealand’s fastest growing university
- Increased the number of research active academics to over 400
- New Zealand’s highest employment rate for graduates
- Internationally recognised degrees
- Ten research institutes
- Programmes combine theory and practice
10 reasons to choose AUT University
- We are internationally recognised, accredited by the New Zealand government and globally competitive.
- AUT is committed to internationalism and value our international students from over 84 countries.
- We are the fastest growing university with the highest graduate employment rate of any New Zealand university.
- Study in world-class facilities – from gyms to libraries and cafes.
- We offer courses at all levels – from pre-degree to PhD level.
- Close links with industry and the professions, we teach you the skills that are really needed in today’s and tomorrow’s world.
- We have excellent research facilities where students have the opportunity to work alongside some of New Zealand’s most innovative and creative researchers.
- All our classes are personal and interactive.
- Our International Student Support Service, ranked number one in New Zealand by the 2008 iGraduate Survey, is committed to welcoming you to the AUT family.
- Four vibrant and well-positioned campuses – city campus, North Shore campus, Millennium (across the Auckland Harbour Bridge) and Manukau campus in South Auckland.