Auckland University of Technology (AUT)
Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makau Rau



Aotearoa New Zealand



Agreement type

Study Abroad/tuition fees

Study places

16 plasser per semester


AUT is the second largest university in Aotearoa New Zealand. The university dates from 2000, but has functioned as a place of learning since 1880. NMBU has an agreement with the Faculty of Culture and Society; Faculty of Maori and Indigenous Development, Te Ara Poutama and Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies.

Auckland is New Zealand's largest city with approximately 1.5 million inhabitants, and an economic hub with 30% of the country's population. It is located by a beautiful harbor area, with a mild climate all year round and is ranked as one of the best cities in the world to live in.

The agreement is particularly suitable for students from REALTEK, LANDSAM, MINA, but may also be relevant for others.

Course catalogue

Insurance- Mandatory insurance NZD 375 per semester

  • The agreement is particularly suitable for students from REALTEK, LANDSAM, MINA, but may also be relevant for others.

    Length of stay

    1-2 semesters

  • Bachelor, Master and PhD level

    It is possible to combine studies with an internship programme. Applicants with the best grade point average at the time of application.

    Minimum C average.

    Students must have completed 60 credits before the stay abroad begins.

  • Tuition fees for 2024: NZD 12800 per semester (60 AUT study points)
    Student Sevices Levy. NZD 537,09 per semester

  • Orientation: 13.-17. February (may vary)
    Semester 1, 2024 : 26. February - 21. June
    Mid-semester break 15.-26. April

    Orientation: 8-12 July (may vary)
    Semester 2, 2024 : 15. July - 8. November
    Mid-semester break: 2.-13. September

  • Bachelor student: 60 AUT study points are equivalent to 30 NMBU study points. 4 courses per semester.

    Master level student: 3 units at 600 level are equivalent to 30 NMBU study points.

    Course levels
    Level 500: 1. year bachelor
    Level 600: 2. year bachelor
    Level 700: 3. year bachelor
    Level 800: Master level

  • For periods of study exceeding three months, a visa is necessary. To apply for a visa, it is necessary to have been accepted as an exchange student, to have received a receipt for paid tuition fees, and to be able to prove sufficient funds for covering living expenses during the stay. You can apply online through Immigration New Zealand, processing time can take up to four weeks  and the fee is approx. NZ$330.00
    Information on visa application-government of New Zealand

    Student visas

    Important: Students who are part of an approved exchange scheme must apply for a student visa before their arrival in New Zealand. This includes students who are from visa-waiver countries.
    Exchange students can come to New Zealand as visitors and apply for an exchange student visa within New Zealand, but only if they can provide an exceptional reason as to why they could not obtain one before arrival. 

  • Unavailable. New agreement as of Spring 2023.