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      1. Language and culture

        AUT's language and culture programmes focus on language in its widest sense. Our courses cover the study of languages such as New Zealand Sign Language, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish, Korean and Samoan, as well as the areas of creative writing, English and its relationship with new media, translation and interpreting, international studies and the importance of intercultural competencies, discourse analysis and language teaching.

        A certificate or diploma will give you an introduction to your chosen subject and can prepare you for further study.

        Research in language and culture

        We believe in high-quality research that has impact, and have world-class researchers and research strengths across the field of language and culture.

        More about our research

        International student exchange

        Immerse yourself in another culture while you study and have the adventure of your life. Check out where you can go on exchange – and read some stories from returned AUT students.

        Exchange for AUT students

        Centre for Creative Writing

        AUT’s Centre for Creative Writing offers an open and exciting learning environment where you can pursue your creative writing ideas and turn them into reality. Based in Auckland city, the centre offers multiple study pathways and the chance to gain advanced qualifications.

        Centre for Creative Writing

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        Siobhan Harvey holding a book of poetry in her office.
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        Four people standing in a row at the International Writers Workshop awards ceremony, from left: Duncan Perkinson, Gillian Roach, Siobhan Harvey, and Bryan Walpert.
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        How our language helped contain COVID-19
        19 May, 2020
        NZ contained COVID-19. Direct and kind words on signage helped, writes Dr Nelly Martin-Anatias.
        Sam Orchard and SSBD logo
        Same Same But Different 2020
        07 Feb, 2020
        2020 is a big year for Same?Same?But?Different, as AUT alum Sam Orchard takes the helm as?programme?director.
        Siobhan Harvey holding a book of poetry in her office.
        Lecturer wins Robert Burns poetry award
        05 Feb, 2020
        Creative Writing Lecturer Siobhan Harvey has won the Robert Burns Poetry Competition for 2020.
        New Internz
        Say kia ora to the new Internz
        04 Dec, 2019
        24 AUT graduates have been selected by international companies including TimeZoneOne, Play Rugby USA, and Smithsonian to be international interns in 2020.
        Four people standing in a row at the International Writers Workshop awards ceremony, from left: Duncan Perkinson, Gillian Roach, Siobhan Harvey, and Bryan Walpert.
        Siobhan Harvey scoops poetry award
        21 Nov, 2019
        The prestigious Kathleen Grattan Prize for a Sequence of Poems has this year been awarded to an AUT creative writing lecturer.
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        Chien-ju Ting
        Mary Wilkins
        Rebekah Guy
        Toby Games

        Contact details

        Contact us online
        Phone 0800 AUT UNI (0800 288 864)

        School of Language and Culture
        AUT Tower (WT Building), Level 8
        Corner Rutland and Wakefield Streets
        Auckland City
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