Auckland University of Technology

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AUT’s mission is to create great graduates!

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AUT’s mission is to create great graduates!

What Makes Us Unique:
We offer exceptional learning experiences that prepare students to be successful wherever in the world their career may take them. We encourage innovation and entrepreneurship, and the ability to explore new technologies, challenge routine thinking and solve problems in new ways. We embrace new technologies to lead the learning of tomorrow and prepare our students for the rapidly changing world. As a contemporary university we also place an emphasis on working across disciplines in our research, More and teaching and learning.
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What’s Included in Our Programs:

More About Us:

https://www.aut.ac.nz/international/study-options-for-international-students/study-abroad-programme-study-at-aut-in-auckland-new-zealand

Program Partner Info

TERMS:
Semester – Spring, Short Term – Summer, Semester – Fall, Short Term – January, Year Long


LOCATIONS:
New Zealand


COURSES:
Business, Cultural Studies, Economics, Accounting, Advertising, Architecture, Arts, Asian Studies, Astronomy, Chemistry, Communications, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Criminal Justice, Culinary More Arts, Design, Digital Media, Education, Engineering, English, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Studies, Fashion Design, Finance, Food Science and Nutrition, Global Studies, Graphic Design, Health Sciences, Hospitality, Indigenous Cultures, Information Technology, International Business, International Relations, Journalism, Kinesiology, Language Studies, Law, Māori Studies, Marine Biology, Marketing, Photography, Psychology, Public Health, Public Relations, Social Sciences, Sports, Sports Science, Technology, Tourism, Visual Arts, Web Design


INTERNSHIPS:
Business, Cultural Studies, Economics