Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Auckland University of Technology rating is 4.2. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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I am really excited to start my University life. I am about to enter my 1st year in Bachelor of Visual Arts, and so far, with the orientation and open days, I feel welcome already. The programme seems to really push us to explore our creativity and find ourselves in the art we create, while making meaningful connections with our peers and professors.View more
Overall, I have positive memories from my time at Auckland University of Technology. I found that most of my lecturers tried hard to engage us during classes, without making us feel daunted or intimidated. In some ways, I feel that I had a partnership with them, as we were both striving to ensure the classes ran smoothly, which took effort on both parts.
I only had one or two lecturers that I didn’t gel well with – but even then, I felt that course content was delivered fairly. I feel like AUT is a pretty progressive and representative University, and I would happily return if I chose to study my Masters.View more
I had a really positive experience at this University. I made friends easily and found that everyone was very friendly and welcoming. Compared to the other Universities I considered, there was a much friendly culture at AUT, and I found that everyone was very welcoming.
The one aspect that I didn’t like was that it took me quite a while to travel in from home. I live in South Auckland so there was a long commute. This could have easily been remedied if I had decided to board, or move closer to the city. I also know that they have since opened up a campus in South Auckland, which is great for those who live in South Auckland!View more
I had a positive university experience at AUT. I felt that the university wanted to help me succeed in my career. Most of the teachers were helpful and would be responsive to my questions whether it would be in person or over email. The university offered various career fairs and opportunities for employment. I’d say in some classes I struggled to make friends. Most students at AUT were friendly and assignments didn’t seem like a competition. I would say I struggled to make friends in certain classes but that could’ve been due to covid being prominent at the time. Overall, I would recommend AUT to someone wanted to pursue a higher education. Especially if it is something that they’re passionate about.View more
my opinion about AUT is that there is good and bad , the good is that AUT if full of opportunity , you just need to take the steps to reach out , with multiple programs such as AUT business representatives and student associates , they offer many programs to be able to boost you resume and gain over all knowledge . The bad side of AUT is the lack of unity as a school , and it can be lonely sometimes due to most of the classes being online there is no chance to make real connections and this is especially difficult for students that just entered university .View more
AUT is a very hands-on university, in terms of the relationship between students and lecturers as well as among peers. The university had some financial issues in the past year and as much as it inconvenienced a lot of staff, I do not hold the university at fault. I enjoy my time learning and making friends at AUT City campus.View more
I was at University for 5 or 6 years – which is quite a long time! During my time at AUT, I found that the students were very friendly and it was easy to make friends. Rather than ‘competing’ against one another, I felt that there was a culture whereby we would help one another, and wanted our friends to succeed.
As for my experience with lecturers, I found that they treated us fairly and also wanted us to present our best selves. At AUT, most of the classes are small – which I enjoyed. The benefit of this is that you have more direct time with your lecturers. It is also less daunting to ask questions in class. I felt as though all of my lecturers genuinely wanted me to succeed, and over the years, I developed close professional relationships with them. They provided us with great insight into what it would be like in the workforce, and also helped to provide character references whilst applying for jobs.
I really enjoy learning, and so I will likely study another degree or certificate within the next few years. I would definitely go back to AUT. Overall, I always felt safe at University, and felt as though I could talk to someone when I was struggling – academically or personally.View more
I really liked the uni prep course before school, as it taught me what to expect in my studies, and gave me some familiar faces to see around the campus. However, I do not like the location. I plan to switch over to Massey as it is closer and has a more specified course that piques my interest.View more