Auckland University of Technology official academic record replacement. buy fake AUT transcript. The Auckland University of Technology is divided into two semesters each year: February-June, July-November, starting in February and July each year, and two-week holidays (Mid-semester Break) in early April and late September. In 1895, the Auckland Technical School, the predecessor of AUT, was formally established. Initially, the school had only 137 students and only provided technical training to students in the evening. In 1903, the school began offering daytime teaching and was renamed Auckland Technical College. In 1913, in honor of the late New Zealand politician, Richard John Seddon, then New Zealand’s Minister of Education, James Allen, renamed the college Seddon Memorial Technical College again. In 1963, in the context of New Zealand’s educational reforms, the College was upgraded to a higher vocational and technical college and renamed the Auckland Technical Institute. In 1989, the college was upgraded to the Polytechnic and renamed the Auckland Institute of Technology. In 2000, with the approval of the Governor of New Zealand, the Auckland Institute of Technology was officially upgraded to a national comprehensive university by the New Zealand government and officially changed its name to the Auckland University of Technology.