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The School of Biological Sciences has received a transformational $13 million gift from the late Dr Aola Richards, a trailblazing scientist and academic renowned for her identification of the native wētā species.
The University Council has unanimously agreed to progress negotiations to house its School of Music in Te Ngākau Civic Square.
We offer over 180 specialist postgraduate programmes with flexible study options, including full-time, part-time, online and in person.
Compact, connected, and creative, Wellington is the beating heart of New Zealand. Discover everything the capital has to offer to live your best student life.
As a capital city university, we have strong relationships with business and government. Discover how we engage and how you can connect with us.
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We work in partnership with universities and organisations around the world for the benefit of students, researchers, and communities.
Our University is committed to providing a high-quality research-led learning and teaching environment and to reward and celebrate excellence in all its forms.
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We are New Zealand’s number one university for intensity of high-quality research and consistently rank among the world’s best universities.