Located in the city of Auckland, the University of Auckland is home to a total of 30,041 students. The University has been ranked #1 in New Zealand and # 71 worldwide in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019, which can be attributed to its exceptional academic, research and employability facilities.
Furthermore, the University has been acknowledged as the most innovative institution in New Zealand and accounts for 18 subjects ranked within world’s top 50 subjects offered by different universities.
|University Type||Public University|
|No. of Campuses||4 main campuses and 3 satellite campuses|
|No. of Residence Halls||4|
|Graduate Job Rate||96% (full time)|
|Research Funding||27,900 per annum|
|Cost of Attendance||30,000-45,000 NZD (annually)|
|Intake Type||Semester wise|
|Mode of Program||Full time and online|
UG Courses: Semester 1: October 1-December 8, 2018; Semester 2: July 4, 2019
Graduate Courses: Semester 1: October 1-December 8, 2018; Semester 2: April 1-July 4, 2019
|English proficiency tests||Minimum Scores|
|Internet-based TOEFL (iBT)||80|
|FCertEAP||Grade of C-|
|Trinity College London Integrated Skills in English||ISE II with distinction in all 4 components|
|Courses||Cost of tuition (in NZD for 120 points)|
The average weekly cost for students staying in the residence halls is 380–480 NZD. A shared flat or a private flat may cost up to 120 NZD and 180 NZD, respectively.
On an annual basis, 10 scholarships costing up to 10,000 NZD each are awarded under all the scholarship schemes for international students. Some of the popular scholarships are:
The University offers innumerable benefits for alumni such as exciting travel deals and impressive discounts on alumni publications and job-oriented educational certificate programmes. Some of the notable alumni are Dorothy Butler, Dr. Claudia Orange and Niki Caro.
|Bachelors Tuition Fees||$17094.81|
|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$18308.24|