International students

Gain a solid understanding of how businesses operate and the key issues you will face as a future decision-maker in business. Your study is informed by the latest business research and relevant industry examples. You learn from leading academics at an internationally accredited business school – we’re among an elite group of 5% of business schools worldwide accredited by AACSB International.

When you study at AUT, you'll join over 4,000 international students from more than 95 countries around the world. We're ranked in the top 2% of the world's universities and you'll be taught by expert staff who value innovation and quality.

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Svetlana (Lana) Philcox

Svetlana (Lana) Philcox (Russia)

Bachelor of Science

Seyedehsara (Sara) Masoomi Dezfooli

Seyedehsara (Sara) Masoomi Dezfooli (Iran)

Doctor of Philosophy

Daniel Zhou

Daniel Zhou (China)

Master of Business Administration

Vladimir Antchak

Vladimir Antchak (Russia)

Doctor of Philosophy

Sena Shimotsuma

Sena Shimotsuma (Japan)

Bachelor of Business

Sabrina Seeler

Sabrina Seeler (Germany)

Doctor of Philosophy

Alvian Tjhai

Alvian Tjhai (Indonesia)

Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences

Kevin (Zhongwei) Li

Kevin (Zhongwei) Li (China)

Bachelor of International Hospitality Management

Bin Xu

Bin Xu (China)

Bachelor of Business

Elisa Reinle

Elisa Reinle (Switzerland)

Study Abroad student from ZHAW School of Management and Law, Switzerland

Lari Dkhar

Lari Dkhar (India)

Doctor of Philosophy

Sagorika Datta

Sagorika Datta (India)

Master of Computer and Information Sciences

Jing Feng

Jing Feng (China)

Bachelor of Health Science (Nursing)

Dhruv Mohan

Dhruv Mohan (India)

Diploma in Culinary Arts

Mumbi Monica Makau

Mumbi Monica Makau (Kenya)

Master of Service-Oriented Computing

Ayush Narula

Ayush Narula (India)

Master of Health Informatics

Mikael Raffael T Abaya

Mikael Raffael T Abaya (Philippines)

Master of Emergency Management

Tri Huynh

Tri Huynh (Vietnam)

Bachelor of Business

Hongtu (Sam) Li

Hongtu (Sam) Li (China)

Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy)

Lydia Harrell

Lydia Harrell (India)

Doctor of Philosophy

Hannah Gu

Hannah Gu (China)

Bachelor of Science

Samantha Meixell

Samantha Meixell (USA)

Study Abroad student from Concordia University Wisconsin, USA

Kiap Bomm

Kiap Bomm (Papua New Guinea)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Iselin Larsen

Iselin Larsen (Norway)

Bachelor of Arts

My Linh (Liz) Nguyen

My Linh (Liz) Nguyen (Vietnam)

Bachelor of Health Science

Stenly Hely Sajow

Stenly Hely Sajow (Indonesia)

Doctor of Philosophy

Mega Febriyani

Mega Febriyani (Indonesia)

Master of Professional Language Studies

Heather Braid

Heather Braid (Canada)

Doctor of Philosophy
Master of Science

Andres Leon Rangel

Andres Leon Rangel (Colombia)

Master of Service-Oriented Computing

Harim Lee

Harim Lee (Republic of Korea)

Bachelor of Business
Certificate in Business

Veasna Vann

Veasna Vann (Cambodia)

Bachelor of Science

Madeline Kenkel

Madeline Kenkel (USA)

Master of Business Administration

Mohamed Shenaan

Mohamed Shenaan (Maldives)

Bachelor of International Tourism Management
Master of International Tourism Management

Kristine Ann Sotelo-Dela Cruz

Kristine Ann Sotelo-Dela Cruz (Philippines)

Master of Science

Sara Al-Harrasi

Sara Al-Harrasi (Oman)

Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy)

Samira Kakh

Samira Kakh (Iran)

Doctor of Philosophy

Sheetal Datt

Sheetal Datt (India)

Master of Service-Oriented Computing

Frank Bourgeois

Frank Bourgeois (USA)

Doctor of Philosophy

Quynh Nguyen

Quynh Nguyen (Vietnam)

Master of Business Administration

Biyuan Wang

Biyuan Wang (China)

Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences

Xiaoyue (Eviv) Hu

Xiaoyue (Eviv) Hu (China)

Master of Engineering

Segfrey Gonzales

Segfrey Gonzales (Philippines)

Master of Arts

Narjis Mirza

Narjis Mirza (Pakistan)

Doctor of Philosophy

Lorenzo Fiori

Lorenzo Fiori (Italy)

Doctor of Philosophy

Ritwik Varma

Ritwik Varma (India)

Graduate Diploma in Advertising Creativity

Anni Tang

Anni Tang (China)

Master of Arts

Andy Coonrod

Andy Coonrod (USA)

Study Abroad student from Texas Tech University, USA

Jeremiah Chia

Jeremiah Chia (Singapore)

Bachelor of Business

Sanhchivorn Tha

Sanhchivorn Tha (Cambodia)

Master of Business
Graduate Diploma in Business

Richard Aquino

Richard Aquino (Philippines)

Doctor of Philosophy
Master of International Tourism Management

Antonio Esparza

Antonio Esparza (Mexico)

Doctor of Philosophy

Gary Wang

Gary Wang (China)

Master of Business Administration

Maria Margarita (Marjs) Lavides

Maria Margarita (Marjs) Lavides (Philippines)

Doctor of Philosophy

Wenrui (Dorothy) Dai

Wenrui (Dorothy) Dai (China)

Master of Creative Technologies

Roneel Sharan

Roneel Sharan (Fiji)

Doctor of Philosophy

Maryam Taghavi

Maryam Taghavi (Iran)

Master of Professional Language Studies

Qorinah Estiningtyas Sakilah Adnani

Qorinah Estiningtyas Sakilah Adnani (Indonesia)

Doctor of Philosophy

Maria Hammargren

Maria Hammargren (Sweden)

Bachelor of Arts



The Education (Pastoral Care of International Students) Code of Practice
AUT University has agreed to observe and be bound by the New Zealand Government's code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students. Copies of the code are available in six languages from the Ministry of Education. Ministry of Education website

News and Events

Job stresses put pressure on aged care workforce
Dr Katherine Ravenswood

Dr Katherine Ravenswood

Staff in the aged care sector are stressed, struggling with work hours and aren't feeling financially rewarded for their efforts. That's the findings of the 2016 New Zealand Aged Care Workforce Survey, an update of a 2014 snapshot of pay, work conditions, job satisfaction, capability and workplace safety of healthcare assistants, nurses and managers working in residential aged care and community aged care.


Researchers find Teen Parent Units have positive impact
Parent-teen units

New Zealand teenage mothers with access to Teen Parent Units (TPUs) had better educational outcomes than those with no access, according to empirical research co-authored by AUT economists.

The researchers found that after having their babies, teen mothers living close to a TPU were more likely to return to school and more likely to achieve NCEA Level 1.


Public lecture: The Journey to a Learned Profession

When: Wednesday, 29 March 2017 at 5.30pm
Where: WG308 Conference Room, Sir Paul Reeves Building, AUT, 2 Governor Fitzroy Place, Auckland 1010
RSVP: accountingseminars@aut.ac.nz

What do the learned professions have in common? The Pathways Commission report notes that the learned professions require advanced learning that is critical to preparation for practice, and academic research that is purposefully integrated into the practice of those professions.


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