University of Auckland
University of Auckland

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  • University Offices:
    22 Princes Street, Auckland, New Zealand
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    +64 9-373 7999
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The next university that has locked its position in this list is 133 year old educational establishment- University of Auckland. Founded in 1883 University of Auckland is New Zealand’s leading world-ranked university. It began as a constituent college under University of New Zealand and in the year 1961 it was established as University of Auckland.

Since then it has constantly strived to realize its mission which is to be a research-led internationally recognized university, known for excellence in spheres like teaching, learning, research, and administration. Also for its significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge, and its dedication to bringing local, national and international communities under one canopy.

The University campus is also home to some of the most iconic places of historical importance like The Clock Tower, and Old Government House.

The University is successfully running undergraduate and post graduate, conjoint programs and doctoral studies. The various stream faculties offering wide range of course and functioning in the university are Faculty of Arts, Business School, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science, Medical and Health Sciences, Faculty of Education and Social Work. Today the university has over 20,000 students enrolled in various fields of research and learning.

To help students pioneer in research work, University of Auckland has its two research institutes- The Liggins Institute and Auckland Bioengineering Institute. It has a credible line of alumni who are all acclaimed in their field of work and it includes John Hood, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Vincent Cheng, Chairman of HSBC, Sian Elias, New Zealand Chief Justice, David Lange, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and many more.

University of Auckland also attracts best minds from across the world. Various scholarships are given for students to pursue their course. The university has some of the brightest and renowned faculty members who provide quality education equipped with world class teaching resources and facilities.