Diversity and Inclusion

The Wellington Faculty of Engineering is committed to teaching and research that is free from all discrimination.

Students working on engineering project.

In a world where equality and equal opportunity for all is yet to be fully realised, we pride ourselves on creating an inclusive, welcoming environment where each and every individual can achieve their full potential.

Our commitment to non-discrimination communicates our desire to support anyone and everyone who wants to work or study with us, regardless of perceived differences—and we believe that these differences are our greatest strengths as we unite in the pursuit of academic excellence.

The Wellington Faculty of Engineering welcomes students, staff and visitors regardless of ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion or sexual orientation. The Faculty is committed to teaching and research that is free from all such discrimination.

Students from all walks of life who come to study with us experience our exemplary pastoral care and graduate with academic success and bright futures at the end of their journey with us.

The Faculty is also a founding partner of Engineering New Zealand’s diversity agenda, which aims to see 20 percent more women in engineering roles by 2021.

Graduate and Equity Coordinator · Kaituitui (Tauira Paerunga, Mana Taurite)
School of Engineering and Computer Science