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University of Auckland


University of Auckland

Key Information
Quick Facts
An overview
Research institutes
Services for students
Location of the University
Notable Alumni
Key Information




Auckland, New Zealand 



Total Students


Percentage of International Students


Quick Facts

  • The Auckland University Students’ Association (AUSA) represents students at the University. AUSA publicises student issues, administers student facilities, and assists affiliated student clubs and societies. AUSA also produces the student magazine Craccum and runs the radio station bFM. The name of the alumni association is the University of Auckland Society.

An overview

Part of the Medical School buildings at Grafton


Alfred Nathan House (Building 103) of the University of Auckland, which currently houses the School of Graduate Studies and AskAuckland Central

Research institutes

  • Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI)
  • Liggins Institute
  • Public Policy Institute (PPI)

Services for students

  • Student success
  • Accessibility
  • Health and wellness
  • Academic advisors
  • Medical and mental support
  • Career advice
  • Financial aid
  • Indigenous services


  • The University of Auckland provides a range of accommodation options for students. Several hundred live in Residential Halls and Apartments, which provide, respectively, food, accommodation, social and welfare services, alongside self-catered, private residences. The University ceased leasing Railway Campus in November 2008.

    The University has four residential halls including Grafton Hall, O’Rorke Hall, University Hall–Towers, and Waipārūrū Hall. These halls are full-catered and are aimed at first–year university students. In addition, the University runs nine self-catered student residences including TeTirohanga o teTōangaroa, Carlaw Park Student Village, Grafton Student Flats, 55 Symonds, University Hall–Towers, UniLodge Anzac/Beach, UniLodge Whitaker, Waikohanga House, and the Goldie Estate Homestead on Waiheke Island. These halls and student residences are located in the Auckland CBD area near the university.

Location of the University

The University of Auckland has six campuses, five in Auckland and one in Whangarei in the Northland Region.

  • The City Campus in the Auckland CBDhas the majority of the students and faculties. It covers 16 hectares and has a range of amenities including cafes, health services, libraries, childcare facilities and a sports and recreation centre.
  • The Tāmaki Innovations Campus is located in the east Auckland suburb of St Johns. It is a predominantly postgraduate campus offering training and research security in health innovation and “biodiversity and biosecurity innovation.” There are plans to close the campus by 2020 and relocate its programs to the City, Grafton, and Newmarket campuses.
  • The Grafton Campus, established in 1968, is opposite Auckland City Hospitalin the suburb of Grafton, close to the City Campus. The Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, School of Pharmacy and School of Optometry and Vision Science are based here, along with the Eye Clinic.
  • The EpsomCampus is the main teacher training campus, offering programmes in teacher education and social services. It was formerly the Auckland College of Education‘s main campus, until the college merged with the University’s School of Education in September 2004 to form the Faculty of Education and Social Work.[33] There are plans to close down the Epsom Campus in 2020 and relocate the Faculty of Education and Social Work to the City Campus.
  • Newmarket Campus. In 2010 Lionceased operations at its Newmarket brewery, selling the site to the University in May 2013 The university has built an engineering research space and a civil structures hall. This new campus houses the Faculties of Engineering and Science
  • The Tai Tokerau Campus in Whangareioffers teacher education courses to the Northland community.
  • The Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences also has several satellite campuses and research facilities including the Waitemata Health Campus (which services North Shore Hospitaland Waitakere Hospital), the Freemasons’ Department of Geriatric Medicine at North Shore.


University rankings
ARWU World[71] 201–300
THE World[73] 179
QS World[72] 83

Notable Alumni

  • Gill Gatfield, sculptor
  • Bob Kerr, artist and author
  • Rachael McKenna, photographer[102]
  • Constant Mews, authority on medieval religious thought
  • CheryllSotheran, founder of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
  • Gill Gatfield, sculptor
  • Bob Kerr, artist and author
  • Rachael McKenna, photographer[102]
  • Constant Mews, authority on medieval religious thought
  • CheryllSotheran, founder of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
  • Alexandra Brewis Slade, anthropologist
  • Margaret Brimble, organic chemist
  • Dianne Brunton, ecology academic, professor at Massey University
  • Colleen M. Flood, professor at University of Ottawa and Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada
  • Rom Harré, Oxford philosopher
  • Christian Hartinger, inorganic chemist
  • Harry Hawthorn, Canadian anthropologist
  • John Hood, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford
  • Charlotte Macdonald, historian
  • Diane M. Mackie, social psychologist
  • Susan Moller Okin, philosopher
  • Peter C. B. Phillips, economist
  • Elizabeth Rata, professor of education
  • Graham Smith, academic
  • Rory Sweetman, historian
  • Ronald Syme, pre-eminent New Zealand classicist of the 20th century
  • Rorden Wilkinson, political economist
  • David Wills, translator of Jacques Derrida
  • Marcus Chang, Taiwanese singer-songwriter & actor
  • Gary Chaw, singer-songwriter
  • Gareth Farr, composer
  • Tim Finn, musician
  • Jeffrey Grice, pianist
  • Ashley Lawrence, conductor
  • Marya Martin, flautist
  • Douglas Mews, early music specialist
  • Shirley Setia, singer-songwriter youtuber
  • Wilma Smith, Fijian-born concert violinist and music teacher

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