A fake Auckland University of Technology diploma.

A fake Auckland University of Technology diploma.
A fake Auckland University of Technology diploma.

1.Basic information.A fake diploma.

Auckland University of Technology


Founding time
1895 (Officially upgraded to a national comprehensive research university in 2000)

School-running nature
National University (public university)

School category
Comprehensive university/research university

School characteristics
Member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities

Faculty setting
Department of Business, Economics and Law; Department of Culture and Society; Division of Design and Creative Technology; Division of Health and Environmental Sciences; Division of Maori and Aboriginal Development


Major awards
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings are among the top 300 in the world
The QS World University Rankings Top 500

Key disciplines of the university
Art and design; Accounting and finance; Communication and media; Tourism and hotel management; Health sciences; Sports science; Engineering, computer science and mathematics

School official website

2.Basic information

By 2020, AUT has been a teaching institution for a total of 125 years. In the first 105 years, it was established as a higher vocational and technical college and polytechnic institute, and in the second 20 years, it was established as a comprehensive research university to train students and serve the society.

In 1895, Auckland Technical School (ATS), the predecessor of Auckland University of Technology, was established. At the time, the school had 137 students and offered vocational and technical training to students in the evenings.

In 1906, the school began offering day classes and was renamed Auckland Technical College (ATC).

In 1913, to commemorate the late Prime Minister and Minister of Education of New Zealand, Richard. James Allen, then New Zealand’s Minister of Education, renamed the College Seddon Memorial Technical College (SMTC).

In 1963, in the context of New Zealand’s educational reform, the College was upgraded to Higher Vocational and Technical College, and was again renamed Auckland Technical Institute (ATI).

In 1989, the College was upgraded to Polytechnic status and renamed Auckland Institute of Technology (AIT).