University of Auckland ,,New Zealand

  • Auckland,New Zealand

Formally opened in 1883, The University of Auckland is regarded to be the top-tier University of New Zealand in terms of employability of graduates. During the depression of the early 1930s, there was an increased interest in academic research. A group of students started a literary journal, Phoenix, which later became the focus for the first literary movement in the history of New Zealand.

In the late 1960s, the university created the largest library in New Zealand. The University of Auckland has more than 40,000 students enrolled in its five campuses, close to 10,000 students graduate on a yearly basis. In addition, the university has the biggest research organisation of New Zealand, which comprises of more than 13,000 staff and postgraduate students, who participate in the field of fundamental research and applied.

The University of Auckland organises its teaching premises within 8 faculties, two major research institutes as well as other institutes and centres. The university includes faculty of arts, business school, science faculty, creative arts faculty and industries, medical faculty and health sciences, education faculty and social, faculty of engineering, faculty of law, Liggins Institute, Auckland Bioengineering Institute and a variety of research institutes and centres.

In QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020, Auckland University attained a position among the top 50 universities worldwide for 13 of their subjects on offer. More specifically, the

In the late 1960s, the university created the largest library in New Zealand. The University of Auckland has more than 40,000 students enrolled in its five campuses, close to 10,000 students graduate on a yearly basis. In addition, the university has the biggest research organisation of New Zealand, which comprises of more than 13,000 staff and postgraduate students, who participate in the field of fundamental research and applied.

The University of Auckland organises its teaching premises within 8 faculties, two major research institutes as well as other institutes and centres. The university includes faculty of arts, business school, science faculty, creative arts faculty and industries, medical faculty and health sciences, education faculty and social, faculty of engineering, faculty of law, Liggins Institute, Auckland Bioengineering Institute and a variety of research institutes and centres.

In QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020, Auckland University attained a position among the top 50 universities worldwide for 13 of their subjects on offer. More specifically, the university's three subjects - Archaeology, Education and Pharmacy attained the world ranks of 25, 27 and 27, respectively.

Moreover, in 2018 the university has generated around $283 million in annual research revenue from both public and private sector. According to evaluation, it gained 33% of the funding on the basis of research degree completions. It also gained 36% of the funding on the basis of external research income.

Furthermore, the university gained 31% of its overall funding on confirming its position of being the nation's premier research institution. Auckland University has one of the most impressive alumni networks in the world. Some of the successful alumni of the university include Beijing-based filmmaker Han Niu, who did MA Screen Production from Auckland University in 2014 and is currently working towards creating a feature film project titled The Manifesto.

Another successful alumnus is perfume brand manager Clorinda di Tommaso, who did BA degree in Auckland in 2002, followed by a translation diploma and a Masters in Italian Cinema.

Year of establishment1883
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Total International Students7426
Male/Female Ratio1.33
UG/PG Course Ratio2.42
No.of Campuses4
Yearly Hostel & Meals Expense14560 NZD
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University of Auckland Fees

CoursesDuration1st Year Tuition Fees
MS(5 Courses)(12 months-2 years)NZD 41.78 K - 46.75 K
MIM(5 Courses)(12-18 months)NZD 38.26 K - 52.77 K
B.E. / B.Tech(6 Courses)(3-4 years)NZD 42.22 K - 46.55 K
M.E./M.Tech(1 Courses)(18 months)NZD 46.75 K
MEM(1 Courses)(1 year)NZD 50.8 K
B.Sc.(1 Courses)(3 years)NZD 70.21 K
MBBS(1 Courses)(6 years)NZD 79.65 K

University of Auckland Scholarships

University of Auckland International Student Excellence Scholarships
Rs. 5,17,700
Engineering,Computers,Science + 4 more
Asian Development Bank – Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP)- University of Auckland
Rs. 25,82,504
Medicine
Colombo Plan Scholarship in Engineering (UG)
Rs. 80,730
Engineering
Colombo Plan Scholarship in Engineering (PG)
Rs. 1,55,310
Engineering

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University of Auckland Entry Criteria

CoursesExams
MS(5 Courses)

: 6.5 & Above

: 90.0 & Above

: 58.0 & Above

MIM(5 Courses)

: 6.5 & Above

: 90.0 & Above

: 58.0 & Above

B.E. / B.Tech(6 Courses)

: 6.0-6.5

: 80.0-90.0

: 50.0-58.0

M.E./M.Tech(1 Courses)

: 6.5 & Above

: 90.0 & Above

: 58.0 & Above

MEM(1 Courses)

: 6.5 & Above

: 90.0 & Above

: 58.0 & Above

B.Sc.(1 Courses)

: 6.0 & Above

: 80.0 & Above

: 50.0 & Above

MBBS(1 Courses)

: 6.0 & Above

: 80.0 & Above

: 50.0 & Above

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On-campus Accommodation

Available

  • University provides Housing facility to all students including UG & PG in their catered and self-catered residence halls
  • University has five catered hall which is available to UG first-year students
  • Other students will live in self-catered residence halls which is available to Undergraduate (not first-year high school leavers) and postgraduate students
  • Residents provide their own bedding and linen. Alternatively a bedding pack can be purchased from our online accommodation shop before arrival.
  • Every room comes furnished with a bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, noticeboard, bookshelf and towel rail.
  • Meals, electricity, water, University wifi and laundry is included in weekly fee.
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Off-campus Accommodation

Available

  • The average rent is 900 to 1000 AUD/month
  • The residence type includes studio apartments, 3 bedroom apartments, 4 bedroom apartments and shared apartments
  • The student accommodation features a spacious, open-plan kitchen fitted with electric stoves and gas hobs
  • On-site Laundry along with bike storage facility is also available in most of the apartments
  • Gym and exercise area is also there in most of the apartments

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Studying New Zealand Details
Average 1st Year Tuition Cost
MS INR 19.1 L
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MIM INR 19 L
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BE/Btech INR 16 L
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BSc INR 16.2 L
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BBA INR 12.9 L
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MEng INR 24.5 L
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MBA INR 23.8 L
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BHM INR 10.5 L
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MA INR 16.2 L
Average Hostel & Meals Expense

INR 5.4 L (based on 34 colleges listed on Studyabroad.shiksha.com)

Average Admission Exam ScoresTOEFL: 75
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IELTS: 6
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PTE: 53
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University of Auckland FAQs

Q. How well does the University of Auckland rank on the international platform?

A. The University of Auckland is the top-ranked university in New Zealand with Times Higher Education ranking it 137th in the 2022 World University Rankings. It is also among the top 100 in QS World University Rankings 2022 with 85th rank. Check: University of Auckland Rankings

Q. What is the acceptance rate at the University of Auckland?

A. The acceptance rate at the university is around 45%. It implies that 4 out of 10 students who send applications for getting enrolled get selected.

Q. How will my admission application be judged at the University of Auckland and how will I get to know about it?

A. The authorities after receiving your application will review the same. The decision will be made on the basis of your experience and qualifications. All the applicants will be communicated further after the initial screening gets completed.

Q. What if I don’t meet the English language requirements for admission at the University of Auckland?

A. In case you do not meet the requirements, you can enroll at the university’s English Language Academy (ELA) which offers various English programmes to polish your skills and language. The academy also offers IELTS preparation courses.

Q. Does the University of Auckland require a TOEFL score for admission?

A. All the programs offered at the university require students to possess an IELTS score as the minimum English-language proficiency criteria. In case you don’t have an IELTS score, other exam scores which are accepted include Internet-based TOEFL (iBT), Paper-Based TOEFL, C2 Proficiency, and Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic.

Q. What is the duration of a Master’s degree at the University of Auckland?

A. The university’s master's degree courses are usually either 1 year, 18 months, or 2 years of full-time study. The eligibility for the same depends on your previous academic qualification and achievements. Check: University of Auckland Courses & Fees

Q. Is there a student exchange program available at the University of Auckland?

A. Yes, students can opt for a study abroad and exchange program in which they will be required to study at the university for a semester or 1 year. You will be able to obtain academic credit for your home university course. More than 100 subjects are available for students to choose from.

Q. How do I apply for admission at the University of Auckland?

A. In order to apply for a course firstly choose your program. After that apply for admission, submit the supporting documents, track your application and view the final decision. Once your admission has been confirmed, enroll in a course and pay the fee. Check: University of Auckland Admissions

Q. Are there any scholarships available for international students at the University of Auckland?

A. Yes, the university offers partner scholarships for international students. Students can confirm the same and check the eligibility for scholarships at their home study abroad office. The University also has tie-ups with external agencies and govt. bodies to give scholarships.

Q. Are there accommodations available on campus for the university students?

A. The university offers various kinds of accommodations for graduates and postgraduates. There are self-catered residences which are offered for those looking for an independent lifestyle while studying. For recent school leavers, there are catered halls of residence which are available.
Location
University CityAuckland, Other - New Zealand, New Zealand
Size of cityLarge
Population of City15,34,700
Wikipedia Linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auckland

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