Welcome to the Faculty of Science

The Faculty of Science at the University of Auckland is the largest and most highly ranked science faculty in New Zealand. More than 7,000 students study in our 10 schools and departments, learning from internationally-renowned lecturers.

Science Student Centre

Students wishing to see the Science Postgraduate Advisers should contact the Faculty of Science Student Centre.

Centenary Celebration 2015

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the School of Chemical Sciences.

Seaweek 2015

It’s Seaweek at Goat Island Marine Discovery Centre: Research presentations, competitions and face painting - fun for all the family.

  • Approaches to Clinical Assessments of Voice: Workshop Event as iCalendar
    05 March 2015 - 06 March 2015
    This 2-day workshop will focus on advances in clinical assessment and intervention for adult patients with commonly occurring voice disorders including muscle tension dysphonia, benign mucosal pathologies, vocal fold palsies and other neurological voice conditions, chronic refractory cough and paradoxical vocal fold movement.
  • Women in maths and physics regular lunches (Science Event Tags, Women in Science) Event as iCalendar
    09 March 2015
    All female PhD students, postdocs and academic staff working in Maths, Physics and related subjects are warmly invited to bring their lunch to these informal lunch meetings.
  • Public Lecture: A new form of Architecture Insight (Lectures, Science Event Tags) Event as iCalendar
    10 March 2015, 6:30pm
    Locating and fixing bugs is the most expensive maintenance activity over the lifetime of the vast majority of software projects. Our recent research has shown that defective files seldom exist alone; they are architecturally connected, and they exhibit design flaws that are the root causes of their bugginess. Thus removing the architecture roots of bugginess is the key to reducing overall defect rates in a project. We prosecute this strategy by modeling architectures using a novel representation called design rule space (DRSpace)