Founded 1883 as Auckland University College, acquired present title and became Constituent Institution of University of New Zealand 1957. Became autonomous 1961. Incorporated the former Auckland College of Education 2004.
- Theology SchoolFields of study: Theology
- Psychology SchoolFields of study: Psychology
- Arts and Humanities FacultyFields of study: Continuing Education, Museum Studies, Slavic Languages, Ancient Civilizations, Human Rights, Latin American Studies, Labour and Industrial Relations, Korean, Native Language, European Studies, Italian, Classical Languages, Women's Studies, Asian Studies, Ethics, Writing, Radio and Television Broadcasting, Film, Archaeology, Russian, Translation and Interpretation, Criminology, Art History, Japanese, Theology, Spanish, Chinese, Development Studies, Anthropology, Public Health, German, Linguistics, International Relations, Media Studies, Theatre, French, Geography, Music, Sociology, Modern Languages, Philosophy, Literature, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Political Sciences, History, Education, English, Computer Science, Economics
- Education FacultyFields of study: Education
- Medical and Health Sciences Faculty
- Liggins InstituteFields of study: Child Care and Development
- Admission details: International students who have attained University Entrance (the minimum standard for admission to New Zealand universities) must fulfil additional requirements for certain Auckland degree programmes with higher entry standards. Applications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. If English is not the first language students will be required to submit proof of English language proficiency.