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Company Overview of Auckland University of Technology
Auckland University of Technology is an educational institution that offers bachelors, masters, and doctorate level courses. It provides courses focusing on business management, law, health, environmental sciences, and graphic designing. The institution was formerly known as Auckland Institute of Technology and changed its name to Auckland University of Technology in 2000. Auckland University of Technology was founded in 1895 and is based in Auckland City, New Zealand.
55 Wellesley Street East
Auckland City, 1010
Founded in 1895
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Auckland University of Technology Key Developments
Aut University and Auckland District Health Board Partner to Establish New Design for Health and Wellbeing Lab in New Zealand
May 22 15
AUT University and Auckland District Health Board, or DHB, have partnered to establish the Design for Health and Wellbeing, or DHW, lab at Auckland City Hospital, New Zealand. Child-friendly medical equipment and navigation guides are among the patient-friendly innovations being created at a hospital design center to improve the experience of staff, patients, families and visitors. The new lab brings together AUT students, graduates and staff; design industry collaborators, patients and DHB staff to work on shared projects for the benefit of those using Auckland DHB services. Dr. Stephen Reay, Senior Lecturer of Industrial Design and Innovation at AUT University and Justin Kennedy-Good, Programme Director Performance Improvement at Auckland DHB are the driving force behind the lab, which is providing a unique learning environment and already delivering design-led solutions to the DHB.
Auckland University of Technology Announces Expansion Plans
Jul 12 13
Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce announced that the Tertiary Education Commission's decision to support Auckland University of Technology's (AUT) Manukau Campus expansion. The expansion, which will see the number of Equivalent Full Time Students (EFTS) at AUT increase from the current 940 EFTS to 4,100 EFTS by 2020, will play a key role in providing greater tertiary education options in the south Auckland region. The expansion is Stage 2 of AUT's Manukau campus development. The campus originally opened in 2010.
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