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Auckland University of Technology (AUT)
Headquarter: Auckland
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About AUT

Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is dynamic and vibrant with a hugely diverse of students, staff and partners. As one of the world's top 50 young universities, New Zealand's newest and second highest ranked, AUT is the university of opportunity where all students with talent and potential have the chance to succeed. We have a clear vision expressed through our new Te Tiriti Responsiveness Framework and the cornerstone Ki Uta Ki Tai Student Success Plan which ensures a shared, cohesive approach for the University to achieve its commitments and ambitions for student success, inclusion and belonging. We are a socially driven university with equity and excellence central to our purpose and actions, and offer a stimulating teaching and research environment with strong connections to government, business and industry.  AUT has over 27,000 students and over 4,000 staff across our three Auckland teaching campuses.
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This is an exciting time to be joining Auckland University of Technology. In a short generation we have become one of New Zealand's and the world's leading universities. So much has been achieved since AUT became a university in 2000:

  •  New Zealand's most diverse students including significant cohorts of tauira Māori, mature students, and Asian and Pacific students.
  • Over 100,000 alumni across every walk of life - a major contribution to the workforce in New Zealand and internationally
  • Remarkable quality - one of the top 50 young Universities worldwide, in the top 1% of universities worldwide (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023) and ranked second in New Zealand
  •  Number one for global research impact in New Zealand 
  • In the top 25 in the world for International Outlook (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023)

AUT also holds true to its deeper origins, where for over a century it has been a place of accessible and transformative learning. AUT inspires as a university of opportunity, a place which aspires to both equity and excellence, and to do so in a way that fully engages with Te Tiriti (The Treaty of Waitangi) and is anchored in the culture and whenua where we stand. AUT is committed to building on achievements to date to enable the next phase of development and maturity, deepening our roots into the communities we serve to extend our contribution further. The university will do so in ways that are sustainable and Te Tiriti-led.