Founded in 1895

Founded in 1895

Auckland University of Technology

Founded in 1895

Founded in 1895

Auckland University of Technology

Quick facts

  • 28,158

  • 3,273

    International students
  • 486

    World ranking
  • 8

    Country ranking

Auckland University of Technology

AUT is the second largest university in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

It has been a university since 2000, but a place of learning for 120 years and operated by the Education Act (1989).

AUT is proud to be one of the world’s best modern universities. 

Times Higher Education has ranked us #41 in the top universities under 50 years of age and among the top 1% (201-250) of universities in the world and equal to second in New Zealand. 

It has an overall five-star rating from university rankings organization QS, in addition to five-star ratings for Teaching, Employability, Research, Internationalization, Facilities, Innovation, and Inclusiveness.

The university is one of the largest universities in New Zealand and the fastest growing postgraduate study destination, with over 250 programs, 2,200 academic staff, and more than 100,000 alumni all over the world.

AUT’s three university campuses feature modern buildings that don’t just win architecture awards but also provide excellent collaborative environments where students can develop skills that help them stand out in their future careers.

At AUT, its teaching and research are conducted across a range of academic departments – from marine biology and radio astronomy to economics and public health.

On-campus accommodation

Campus list based on university info

City Campus

Residence fee Duration

$11,800 NZD

UP to $16,920

North Campus

Residence fee Duration

$12,640 NZD

UP to $12,640

South Campus

Residence fee Duration

$11,800 NZD

UP to $16,920

Off-campus accommodation

annual rent in Auckland
based on univly research


Shared house

$11,088 NZD


Shared house

$7,392 NZD


Entire house

$22,176 NZD


AUT has facilities and services that are open to the public.

AUT Integrated Health Clinic

AIH offers a range of cost-effective health and rehabilitation services at its North Shore clinic. 

Services include counseling, podiatry, oral health, and more, and are provided by students with close supervision from qualified staff.

Dizziness and Balance Centre

The Dizziness and Balance Centre can assess, diagnose and offer rehabilitation services for balance and dizziness issues. 

Located on the North Shore, the center is staffed by ENT, audiology, and physiotherapy experts.

Four Seasons restaurant

Four Seasons is a modern dining restaurant located on the City Campus. It’s open for lunch and dinner during semester times.

Piko Café

Piko is run by professional staff but the university students assist, giving them a chance to get valuable experience. 

Located on the City Campus, Piko serves fresh, modern cuisine.

ST PAUL St Gallery

ST PAUL St Gallery provides an international program of exhibitions and events in its suite of galleries and project spaces on the City Campus.

Gyms and sports centers

AUT has gyms open to the public at the university's North, City, and South Campuses. 

They offer group exercise classes, personal trainers, and other facilities, plus a range of membership options.

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