The Faculty of Engineering at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington brings together two schools and two research centres.
With more than 70 world-class lecturers and researchers, the School of Engineering and Computer Science is where you can start your journey with an undergraduate degree in Computer Graphics, Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, or Software Engineering. And extend your learning with coursework- and research-based postgraduate qualifications, including Master’s and PhD degrees.
The Wellington ICT Graduate School is the place to study if you want to get into a career in the ICT industry but don’t have a tech background. Its Master’s by coursework degrees cover Software Development, User Experience Design, Design Technology (animation and visual effects), and Business Analysis.
The Computational Media Innovation Centre (CMIC) researches and creates VR/AR, film, animation, FX, and gaming technologies. At CMIC, you can work on a research project for your Master’s by thesis or PhD degree.
The multidisciplinary Robinson Research Institute melds innovative engineering and applied physics to build advanced technologies, including robotics and superconductor-based power systems. At the Robinson, you can work on a research project for your Master’s by thesis or PhD degree.