Welcome to the Faculty of Engineering


The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Auckland is committed to creating an environment where people thrive and contribute to improving the quality of life in national and global communities, as well as enhancing the wealth creation of the nation, through excellence in teaching, research and service.

  • Auckland University Robotics Association return home from World Championships victorious again
    23 April 2015
    A team of students, including some of our engineering undergraduates, have arrived home as world champions of the VEX Robotics international competition held in Kentucky, USA.
  • Five top doctoral theses honoured
    01 April 2015
    The Vice-Chancellor’s prize for the five best doctoral theses at the University of Auckland in 2014 has gone to PhD students in the Faculties of Science, Medical and Health Sciences, Education and Engineering.
  • Robot ethics expert to visit New Zealand
    30 March 2015
    The University of Auckland’s Faculty of Engineering will host one of the world’s leading experts on issues associated with the development and potential deployment of military robots at a public seminar this week.
  • Steven Joyce launches the 2015 Occupation Outlook app
    21 January 2015
    The Hon Steven Joyce, Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment was on campus on 20 January to launch the 2015 Occupation Outlook report and mobile app which allows students and their families to easily compare the job prospects and incomes of 50 different careers.
  • Closing date extended for Todd Mataga AUEA Scholarship
    04 May 2015
    Applications are now being accepted up until Friday 15 May. Up to two awards are offered annually, with a value of up to $5,000 for students enrolled in Part IV BE(Hons) degree specialising in Chemical and Materials Engineering, or up to $10,000 for a student enrolling for an MBA.
  • New Part IV elective option for Semester Two
    29 April 2015
    The Department of Engineering Science has revised the content of ENGSCI 772, a Part IV elective option available in Semester Two. The course is now called 'Whole Organ Modelling: Musculoskeletal and Orthopaedic Biomechanics'. Read on to explore what's on offer.