Engineers’ skills are essential for maintaining a functional society and they significantly influence our economic prosperity.
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The Ardmore Fund was established by students from the Auckland University School of Engineering at Ardmore, class of 1957-59.
AUEA Current Use Fund
A gift to this fund will be used to provide scholarships at undergraduate and postgraduate level
AUEA Endowment Fund
We must attract and retain the most talented staff possible. This will be easier to achieve if we are able to offer endowed academic positions and visiting research fellowship schemes for new staff.
Cecil Segedin Fund
The Cecil Segedin Fund was established to recognise the significant contribution of Cecil Segedin’s work to the fields of Engineering Science and Applied Mathematics.
CHEMMAT Gold Fund
Celebrating 50 years of the Department of Chemical and Materials, the CHEMMAT Gold fund will support a new lab in the faculty building to better prepare our engineers of the future, for the future.
Colombo Plan Scholarships Fund
The purpose of this fund is to support scholarships which will assist international students from Colombo Plan member countries, to study engineering programmes at the University of Auckland.
Engineering General Fund
A gift to this fund will be used for the general support of the Engineering Faculty including assisting students with their education and academic staff with their research.
Engineering Student Support Fund
By making a donation to this fund you are supporting scholarships, providing financial assistance, and covering costs for special projects, books, materials and equipment when needed.
First Pro Class of 1966 Fund
The First Pro Class of 1966 has established a fund to support the Faculty in creating an inspirational learning and research environment designed to prepare our engineers of the future, for the future.
The Bruce McLaren Centre
New Zealander Bruce McLaren became an international motorsport legend after studying Engineering here at the University of Auckland. We wish to honour Bruce’s legacy as an innovator and engineer, as well as his skills as a technician and leader, by establishing a specialist research centre in his name.