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With more than a million residents, Auckland is New Zealand's largest and most cosmopolitan city. Auckland is now known as the City of Sails and is rumored to have more boats per capita than any other city in the world. With three harbors, two mountain ranges, more than 501 islands, and 48 volcanic cones, Auckland is an environmental playground. The outdoors person will find a plethora of activities to keep busy including hiking, mountain biking, swimming along stunning coastlines, and much more. Auckland also has numerous parks, botanical gardens, outdoor markets, shopping center, art galleries, ethnic restaurants, and cafes.
Established in 1883, the University of Auckland now has five campuses with more than 30,000 students. There are 3,500 international students from over 75 different countries. There are more than 120 sporting and special interest clubs to become involved with while studying at the University of Auckland
You may enroll in courses of typical degree studies, such as business, environmental science, women's studies, art, politics, sociology, etc. Courses are taught in English. A typical semester consists of 12-15 credits, which amounts to 4-5 courses.
Students may choose from several accomodation options, however, it is suggested students stay in Auckland's historic Railway Campus. The Railway Campus is Auckland's remodeled central train station which now serves as a residence hall for students attending the University of Auckland. The Railwaa campus's central location is just a short walk form campus and the city center. Meal plans and laundry facilities are also available.