A welcome message from the Dean of Education.
Read about the faculty’s vision, approach and its 2012 Annual Plan Goals.
Read about the work the faculty is engaged in, comments on topical issues and our alumni and students.
Visit the websites for the five schools within the Faculty of Education.
Find out about our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Search for academic and professional staff vacancies.
Staff directory, general enquiries and contact details for the Student Centre.
Find your way around our campuses and take a virtual tour.
Key historical milestones from 1881 to 2012.
Faculty of Education committee structure.
The Faculty of Education is The University of Auckland’s fourth largest faculty. It was created in 2004 through the amalgamation of the former Auckland College of Education and the University’s School of Education.
The Faculty of Education offers research-informed undergraduate programmes in education, teacher education, social work and human services (youth work and disability studies), including specialist qualifications in the areas of te reo Māori primary teaching and Pasifika early childhood education.
The faculty also offers a full range of postgraduate programmes, professional development opportunities, consultancy and support services for teachers, schools, principals and those in social services.
The faculty is primarily based at the Epsom Campus, the home of the former College of Education. Some programmes are also available at University campuses in the City, Tāmaki and at The University of Auckland at the Manukau Institute of Technology.
In Northland, the Tai Tokerau Campus in Whangarei offers programmes in Māori medium, primary and secondary teaching.