University of Auckland

175

World University Rankings 2014-15

Overall score ?
47.5
Teaching ?
28.6
International outlook ?
87.3
Industry income ?
74.2
Research ?
33.4
Citations ?
68.4

Economist William Phillips, who taught here from 1969 to 1975, observed a historical inverse relationship between countries' unemployment and inflation rates, a phenomenon now known as the Phillips Curve. Today, 39,000 students are part of New Zealand's largest university community, set up in 1883, with eight faculties on six campuses. Ex-prime ministers David Lange and Helen Clark studied here.