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Auckland International College to close in 2023

Auckland International College to close in 2023 On Monday 1 November, Auckland International College (AIC) announced that it would be closing its doors as a result of the uncertainty posed by New Zealand’s COVID-19 pandemic response. New Zealand’s only school exclusively dedicated to providing the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP), AIC was founded in 2003 for international […]


After further consideration and reading the latest documentation from the MOE it is clear that opening on Tuesday is for NCEA and other students in year 11,12,13 to undertake their assessments and their exams and the numbers of students attending should be minimised.  This is certainly a change from the announcements last week and the clarity I […]

Principal’s Post

Along with other NZ schools, Auckland International College campus will open on Tuesday 26th October. On the 26th October AIC staff and  year 13 students will be onsite for a Teacher Only Day. Year 11 and  year 12 will return to the campus on Wednesday 27th October. Thank you to those parents who have expressed concern to […]

International Biology Olympiad

AIC recognises the value of international competitions and always encourages students to enter the Olympiads. Olympiad achievement at an international level can really bolster a student’s university application as well as give the student an extraordinary opportunity to challenge and extend themselves. The New Zealand International Biology Olympiad Committee has advised our HOD Biology that […]

ICAS English Assessment

For 40 years in 41 countries, ICAS Assessments have equipped students, parents and teachers with insights through their assessments to improve learning and reward academic excellence. AIC routinely encourages students to sit the ICAS English Assessments. While we already know our students will perform well it’s heartening to see so many AIC students receiving an […]

National Case Competition

Well done to our Year 12 students Vickie Jiang, Amber Ho, Jennifer Chen and Jessica Young who competed in the National Case Competition and won the Senior Division after two tough rounds of presentations. The competition was organised by the Management Consulting Club and held by the University of Auckland.The girls competed against 34 teams […]

Yuan Xie

Congratulations to AIC alumnus Yuan Xie on his graduation from the University of California, Berkeley with a double degree, majoring in Business Administrations and Computer Science.

IB Results 2021

100% pass rate!Yes you heard that right! 100% pass rate for our year 13 students in the 2021 IB Diploma!We couldn’t be prouder of everyone’s hard work!

Important Coronavirus Information

New Zealand’s border is closed BUT don’t let Covid stop you learning. Study AIC’s Year 11 course on-line until the border opens.  Year 11 on-line classes commence 27 July 2020. For further details please go to AIC’s Curriculum page.  The application procedure is the same. 

Welcome to Auckland International College

Established in 2003, Auckland International College (AIC) is a NZ independent day and boarding school of approximately 300 students, which offers a 3-year senior secondary school education. The specific focus of the school is to prepare students for entry to top universities worldwide. AIC is the only NZ school where all students study the International […]

Boarding House Purchase

AIC Council is pleased to announce the planned purchase of the property pictured for AIC’s boarding house, subject to Overseas Investment Office (OIO) approval. Students wishing to reside in AIC boarding are admitted to the boarding house if there is a vacancy. Should there be no place available, students are placed in homestay on a […]

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Perfect IB Scores 45/45

Johnson (left) and Darren (right) Two Auckland International College students gained a perfect IB score in 2018 – Johnson Chen and Darren Nguyen both achieved 45 points out of 45 in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. To put this in context, a perfect score is achieved by less than 0.2% of candidates world-wide. Both Darren and Johnson […]