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New Zealand's Highest Performing Sports Research Institute

AUT Millennium, is home to SPRINZ New Zealand's number one rated sports research institute. SPRINZ has world class laboratory facilities and an international reputation that attracts many overseas researchers and students to New Zealand. SPRINZ is unique in New Zealand and around the world in that:

  • It is a post graduate (PG) research facility with nearly 100 PhD and Masters thesis students. 
  • The focus of the majority of the applied research is around sporting and human excellence.
  • Industry engagement is a focus of SPRINZ with near $500,000 of PG scholarships supplied by external partners. 
  • AUT Millennium is also the home of High Performance New Zealand (HPSNZ) and the countries largest Olympic training facility. You would be hard pressed to find anywhere in the world a more dynamic and evolving relationship of this nature between a University Research Institute and National High Performance Sport. 
  • Within the facility it is not uncommon to see the developmental youth athlete training in the indoor area beside the countries Olympic or World champions in the HPSNZ gym, and the recreational gym users just two floors above. The opportunity to conduct research on different cohorts one advantage of such an environment.


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Rugby Health Study – findings released

The findings of the Rugby Health Study were announced today.

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SCHOLARSHIPS

SPRINZ has a variety of industry scholarships that are available for AUT postgraduate students.

We encourage our postgraduate students to apply early for scholarships.

ALUMNI

In this section we list our alumni postgraduate students by SPRINZ research groups.
 
We are proud of our SPRINZ alumni, who have been supervised by our research staff.

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