We are ranked 36th of the top 100 universities worldwide for Linguistics and 68th for Modern Languages and Linguistics. Our geographic position in the Asia-Pacific and affinities with Latin America and Asia give us a unique perspective on global issues.
Study opportunities in our School include a range of Asian and European languages and cultures, and internationally leading programs in communication, applied language studies, language teaching, and linguistic theory.
A range of our courses are core components of the University's exciting degree in Global Studies.
Our School is an international community attracting students from all over the world, especially to our vibrant postgraduate programs, including our flagship MTESOL degree.
Through our teaching, we aim to prepare our students to face the challenges of global citizenship, and we encourage a wide range of experiences abroad.
Our undergraduate courses in all areas are taught by world-class researchers and we place special emphasis on nurturing early-career talent.
Much of what we teach crosses national and disciplinary boundaries and offers our students fresh perspectives on the world.
As researchers, we work translingually and transcultural. Our fieldwork in cultures, communication, languages, linguistics, and global studies takes us all around the world.
To collaborate for example with Indigenous groups in Latin America, save a threatened language in Bougainville, and understand local teaching practices in Asia.
Designed for students with a non ICT-related bachelors degree, the Postgraduate Certificate in Information Technology will teach you the specialist skills you need to kick-start your ICT career.
You can learn the Spanish language and study the cultures and literatures of Spain and Latin America. With over 500 million speakers on four continents, Spanish is the world’s second most widely spoken language after English. It offers you a passport to a truly global culture and strategic world...
Studying Japanese at University gives you in-depth knowledge of Japan’s language, culture and society. Studying Japanese at the University of Auckland will allow you to combine language learning with courses in Japanese culture and society, history, and religion.
You can study the language and culture of Italy, and learn to read, write and speak Italian. In Italian language courses, you can learn to speak, read and write Italian. You can study the language from beginner to advanced levels. You can also study contemporary literature, film, and drama.