University of Auckland

University of Auckland is found in Auckland, New Zealand. It is home to more than 39,000 students, who study in fields including Administration, Arts, Education, Health Science, Law, Literature, Nursing and Social Work.

The University of Auckland began as part of the University of New Zealand, in 1883. It originally used an old jail and courthouse for studies. After the 1930's, the college did more research than they had previously done. Since 2000, the college has been steadily expanding, with a new building for the Business School in 2007 and a new Engineering Building slated for completion in 2016.

University Profile

Ranking #87 #1
University Name University of Auckland
Year Established 1883
Motto Ingenio et Labore
Motto in English By natural ability and hard work


Address Private Bag 92019, Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Phone +64 (9) 373 7999
Fax +64 (9) 373 7400
Website University of Auckland Website
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Bachelor Degrees Master Degrees Doctorate Degrees Diplomas
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International Students Allowed Yes
Student Body Men and Women
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