Schools, Centres and Institutes

The Wellington Faculty of Engineering supports the research and teaching work of two schools and two research centres.

The Faculty includes the School of Engineering and Computer Science, the School of Mathematics and Statistics, the Robinson Research Institute, and the Computational Media Innovation Centre. We also work closely with the University’s Industry Alliance Programme.

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School of Engineering and Computer Science

The School of Engineering and Computer Science offers a wide range of innovative and flexible programmes in digital-focused technologies.

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School of Mathematics and Statistics

The mathematical sciences are the world’s oldest continuously-studied academic discipline—fascinating in their own right and fundamental to many subjects.

Centre for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

The Centre for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence brings together expertise and innovation through a broad range of research projects and commercial work.

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Computational Media Innovation Centre (CMIC)

The Centre’s research expertise spans computational science, including computer graphics, VR/AR, computer vision, machine learning, and applied mathematics. 

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Paihau—Robinson Research Institute

The Institute does industry-relevant research including robotics, magnetic sensors, and superconductor technologies for MRI scans and ultra-efficient aircrafts.

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Industry Alliance Programme

The Industry Alliance Programme supports the delivery of industry-focused postgraduate degrees built on connections between the University and local industry.