University of Auckland
Founded in 1883, Auckland is now the country’s largest university with 38,500 students, nearly 10,000 of whom graduate annually. The main campus is in the heart of Auckland city and we have four specialist campuses. Our mission The mission of The University of Auckland is to be: “A research-led, international university, recognised for excellence in teaching, learning, research, creative work, and administration, for the significance of its contributions to the advancement of knowledge and its commitment to serve its local, national and international communities.” Our values The values of the University reflect a commitment to:
- Conserving, advancing and disseminating knowledge through teaching, learning, research and creative work of the highest standard.
- Creating a diverse, collegial scholarly community in which individuals are valued and respected, academic freedom is exercised with intellectual rigour and high ethical standards; and critical enquiry is encouraged.
- Placing a strong emphasis on serving our student body.
- Working to advance the intellectual, cultural, environmental, economic and social well-being of the peoples of Auckland and New Zealand.
- Recognising a special relationship with Māori under the Treaty of Waitangi.
- Providing equal opportunities to all who have the potential to succeed in a university of high international standing.
- Engaging with national and international scholars, educational and research institutions to enhance intellectual development, educational quality and research productivity.
- The development and commercialisation of enterprise based on its research and creative works.
- Providing high quality management marked by open, transparent, responsive, and accountable academic and administrative policies, practices and services.