The University of Auckland provides courses through its six campuses at different locations: City Campus, Newmarket Campus, Epsom Campus, Grafton Campus, Tai Tokerau Campus, and South Auckland Campus. The University’s main City campus is spread over an area of 16 hectares. All the campuses are well equipped with the necessary facilities providing students with a great learning experience. City Campus is situated in the centre of Auckland, it provides facilities such as cafes, health services, libraries, childcare facilities, and a recreation centre. Newmarket Campus is situated close to the primary business area of Newmarket, is home to the faculties of Engineering and Science, and may extend further in the future. Epsom Campus primarily comprises the Faculty of Education and Social Work providing Foundation, Undergraduate degrees and Graduate degrees for about 3500 students. Grafton Campus is home to the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, the Philson Library, and many clinics of the university. Tai Tokerau Campus houses more than 200 students and provides different types of foundation courses containing New Start and the Tertiary Foundation Certificate.

History of University Of Auckland

Established in 1883, the University of Auckland is New Zealand’s largest university with nearly 40,000 students. During the period of the Great Depression of the 1930s, there was an increased interest in academic research, which was when the University witnessed major academic expansion. Various students began a literary journal, Phoenix, which finally became the focus of the first literary movement in the history of New Zealand. In the late 1960s, the university established the largest library in New Zealand. The University of Auckland has affiliations with the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Asia-Pacific Association for International Education, Association of Pacific Rim Universities, Universitas 21 and World Universities Network (WUN). The University ranks #85 in QS World University Rankings and #137 in World University Rankings 2022 by the Times Higher Education. Furthermore, the U.S. News Best Global Universities ranks the university at #118.

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