Learn to design and creatively apply emerging and established technology to solve problems with the School of Engineering and Computer Science.

Our innovative and flexible programmes will prepare you for successful careers as digital engineers and computer scientists. Work with students from all over the world in an inspiring and supportive learning environment.

Be in demand

Start a new career in tech and work directly with some of Wellington's most innovative companies with a Master's programme at the Wellington ICT Graduate School.

Computer Graphics

Gain the technical skills you need to create computer graphics for film and television, computer games and the web.

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Available subjects

  • Computer Graphics

Electronics

From smartphones to drones—study Electronics and Computer Systems at Victoria University of Wellington and learn to design and build the systems that are shaping our world.

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Available subjects

  • Electronic and Computer Systems
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Electronic and Computer System Engineering

Software and Computer Science

Study Software Engineering and Computer Science and be at the forefront of the information revolution.

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Available subjects

  • Computer Science
  • Software Engineering
  • Cybersecurity Engineering
  • Software Development
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Latest news

  • A profile iamge of David Pearce.

    Squashing code bugs

    In the modern world, software is all around us, from cars to places to houses and everything in-between. Because of this, a software problem can be anything from merely inconvenient to deadly.

  • Photo of Caleb Buchanan

    Detecting Dolphins

    Dolphins, along with other marine life, communicate with each other using echolocation. These sounds, while perfectly clear to dolphins, are inaudible to human ears.

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Upcoming events

  • Introduction to DevOps

    Speaker: Nigel Charman

    Venue: Lecture Theatre, Hugh Mackenzie, Kelburn Campus 002

  • Digital Health Meetup Oct 2020

    Speaker: Dr Darren Hooks (CCDHB) and Hamish Dunham (VUW)

    Venue: , TTR, Kelburn Campus 104