Postgraduate degrees at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) offer students the opportunity to be involved with research that matters. The university is passionate about making changes that will add value in the changing world, which is reflected by the many research partnerships with community and industry bodies.
• A Design for Health and Wellbeing Lab at Auckland City Hospital, driving improvements in staff and patient experiences.
• Bioengineering research from the Centre for KODE Technology Innovation.
• Joint research projects to support sustainable growth in New Zealand’s aquaculture industry.
AUT employs 650 researchers, including 150 professors. The University’s research programs exist across all 15 of its schools, covering areas such as biomedical devices and technologies, public health and rehabilitation, linguistics, computing and information technology, tourism, ecology, and public policy. Both taught and research postgraduate qualifications at AUT aim to equip students with the skills they will need to thrive in the changing world.