The University of Auckland - Bachelor's Degree
The University of Auckland was established on May 23, 1983 as a part of the University of New Zealand and was called Auckland University College. It employed around 4 teachers and had an enrollment of 95 students; however by 1901 the number increased to 156 students. In the 1930s there was a rapid increase in academic research at the University and in 1934 Auckland University became an internationally respected research institution. In 1962 the University of New Zealand was abolished which led to Auckland becoming independent. Various new subjects were introduced to students with a lot more focus on staff research. Towards the end of the 1960s the University of Auckland had built the largest university library in New Zealand.
At present the University has five campuses around Auckland comprising of eight faculties, each dedicated to one of the University’s main disciplines. The University caters to a student body of over 40,000 and operates on the motto, 'Ingenio et Labore', which translated from Latin, stands for “by natural ability and hard work”. The University had formed numerous affiliations with other institutions, nationally and internationally. It has a membership with APRU, which is an association of 42 leading universities in the Pacific Rim and participates in combined research with these international counterparts.
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 80
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00