University of Auckland

Why University of Auckland?

- Founded in 1883,

- Auckland is the country’s largest university with over 40,000 students,

- Nearly 10,000 of whom graduate annually.

The University of Auckland is New Zealand’s leading university for Graduate Employability.

The University has been ranked #1 in New Zealand and #71 worldwide in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019.

- 18 subjects placed in the world’s top 50 are:

- Archaeology (#10 in the world)

- Education (#17 in the world)

- Anatomy & Physiology (#18 in the world)

- Sports-Related Subjects (#28 in the world)

- Geography (#29 in the world)

- Law (#29 in the world)

- English Language and Literature (#31 in the world)

- Philosophy (#36 in the world)

- Psychology (#36 in the world)

- Civil Engineering (#39 in the world)

- Accounting & Finance (#41 in the world)

- Anthropology (#41 in the world)

- Development Studies (#41 in the world)

- Modern Languages (#41 in the world)

- Nursing (#41 in the world)

- Business (#43 in the world)

- Statistics (#43 in the world)

- Mathematics (#45 in the world)

Top 250 in Times Higher Education Rankings

The University of Auckland also ranks in the world’s top 250 in the 2019 Times Higher Education World Rankings.

Most innovative university in New Zealand

In the Reuters' ranking of Asia Pacific’s Most Innovative Universities – 2018, the University of Auckland has once again been ranked as the most innovative university in New Zealand. The University placed #39 overall, with no other New Zealand university ranked in the top 75.


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