Exchange Partners

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.

Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, Canada
Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, Canada

At AUT we believe it is important that business students have an opportunity to gain international experience. The AUT Business School has established exchange relationships with a large number of universities and business schools throughout the world and the list continues to grow.

An exchange is a programme of full time study for 1 to 2 semesters (maximum) at a university or business school overseas, which is a formal partner of AUT's Business School. These studies are credited back to a student's AUT business degree.

Exchange partners include:

Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
India
Japan
Korea
Norway
People's Republic of China
Singapore

Spain
Sweden
Taiwan
Thailand
The Netherlands
United Kingdom
United States of America

News and Events

Public lecture by Dr Sugato Chakravarty, Purdue University
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Institutional Trading and Behavioral Bias

When: Tuesday, 14 March 2017 at 1pm
Where: Room WF603, Level 6 Business School Building (WF) 42 Wakefield Street, Auckland


Business and Law students attend Global Leader Experience
Six law and 39 business students recently attended ‘Common Purpose - Global Leader Experience’ - an international programme for university students. Aimed at developing students' leadership skills to help influence the future of the world, as well as establish a genuinely global network, the event was held over 14 to 17 February.
The efficacy of the 'soda tax': seminar by Professor John Gibson on

You are invited to attend a seminar by Professor John Gibson.

Seminar: In response to a growing burden of non-communicable diseases such as obesity, several countries have imposed, or are debating, a ‘soda tax’ on drinks with added sugar. The WHO has called on governments to use such fiscal measures, and argues that taxes that raise sugary drink prices at least 20% will lead to proportional reductions in consumption.

Details: Friday, 10 March 2017 at 1pm. Room WF710, level 7 Business School building, 42 Wakefield St, Auckland city.


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