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Study with us to gain in-demand skills and learn from experts who share your passion for developing technology that can change the world. As a graduate, you could build the robots of the future, create immersive virtual reality worlds, protect people and organisations from data theft, research superconductivity, or bring sustainable energy options to communities around the world.

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"Some of the most prominent tech firms in New Zealand are based in Wellington...we're often able to learn from captivating guest speakers."

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  • Harsh Tataria

    Developing future Wireless Technologies

    If not for international border restrictions, many of us would be travelling to visit family, going on a holiday or, in the case of alumnus Harsh Tataria, returning to Sweden to receive a research grant from the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet).

  • Professor Richard Arnold and Professor Bing Xue

    Navigating the information avalanche

    How do you make sense of unstructured data? If a medical centre captures data for over 5000 patients in a random manner, how do you identify recurring patterns? Or how do you gather meaningful insights about earthquakes from a number of unlabelled records including variables like magnitude, depth and location?

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