Doctoral referees complete this report to support a student's application to study a doctorate at the University of Auckland.
The University of Auckland PhD is a three-to-four year full-time advanced research degree. On entry to the PhD programme, you will be enrolled provisionally. By the end of your first year, you must meet a number of goals to be confirmed into the PhD programme, including developing a full thesis proposal.
Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide) Building on existing research at the University of Auckland in the Design and Development Research Group, this PhD project will explore how digital twins of engineering projects could be created and how they could support project coordination.About University of Auckland Scholarships: These are only for international students who wish to pursue postgraduate studies in the fields of education and social work for the betterment of Auckland and hold a completed bachelor’s degree from a reputable university.PhD Programme application form All students who intend to enrol in a PhD should fill out this form. For international students, the purpose of this form is to ensure that you have the correct prerequisites to enter the PhD programme at the University of Auckland's Department of Mathematics. The minimum standards required are stated below.
The University is located in the harbour city of Auckland, New Zealand’s economic and cultural hub, with easy access to stunning beaches and rainforests. Auckland is ranked as one of the world's top three cities for quality of living, according to the 2017 Mercer Quality of Living Survey.Read More
English, Drama and Writing Studies at the University of Auckland offers various sources of support for PhD study. We will normally fund conference expenses for PhD students once or twice during their candidature, generally if they are out of their provisional year, with preference given to conferences closely related to thesis topics.Read More
The Liggins Institute at the University of Auckland has PhD projects assessing adult outcomes after antenatal steroids. Steroids given to women at risk of preterm birth markedly reduce the risk of serious illness in their newborn babies.Read More
A PhD in the University of Auckland under the supervision of Geoff Krissansen and Jim Watson led to a four-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne, Australia using genetic modification techniques to study development and cell death with Suzanne Cory and Jerry Adams. He then spent six years in Cambridge University, UK, in the Department of Pathology.Read More
The University of Auckland was formally opened on 23 May 1883 as Auckland University College, part of the University of New Zealand. A disused courthouse and jail served as premises for the 95 students and four teaching staff. Today, the University of Auckland is the largest university in New Zealand, hosting over 40,000 students on five Auckland campuses. Show more Show less. Education. The.Read More
Associate Professor Lindsay Plank gained his first degrees at the University of Auckland before completing a DPhil in biophysics at the University of Waikato. Postdoctoral research followed at The Pennsylvania State University and Syracuse University. After a period teaching biostatistics in the Department of Zoology he joined the Department of Surgery and is now director of a state-of-the-art.Read More
The Library manages the University Research Repository, ResearchSpace, an institutional repository for theses, journal articles and research reports authored by University of Auckland staff and postgraduate students. All PhD and masters students are required to deposit a digital copy of their thesis into the University Research Repository.Read More
Why a PhD at the University of Auckland? World-class reputation The University of Auckland is among the top 1% of universities globally. We are the highest-ranked1 and most innovative2 University in the country, and the only New Zealand institution family. Choose from University residences or in the QS top 100. Leading research We are New Zealand’s largest research organisation, supporting.Read More
Study options. The University of Auckland offers an impressive range of study options with 130 postgraduate programmes across eight faculties and two large-scale research institutes. Under a New Zealand Government scheme, new international PhD students usually pay the same annual tuition fees as New Zealand students. A reputation for research excellence. As New Zealand's largest research.Read More
University of Auckland Faculty of Engineering Doctoral Scholarship Description The Scholarship was established in 2018 and is funded by the Faculty of Engineering. The intention of the Scholarship is to encourage and support academically excellent students to undertake full-time doctoral study on an agreed topic in the Faculty of Engineering. Selection process A Selection Committee assesses.Read More