With a focus on the digital world, we combine the best of electronics and software to fully equip you for a professional career in this rapidly developing area.

Our industry-focused programmes will start you on practical projects while learning the current theory—help make robots to explore damaged buildings, design large scale networks or develop mobile communication systems.

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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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  • Computer Graphics

Electronics and Computer Systems

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

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  • Electronic and Computer Systems
  • Electronic and Computer System Engineering

Networking and Security

Study Networking and Security and learn to design and build strong, safe information networks.

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  • Network Engineering

Software and Computer Science

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

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  • Computer Science
  • Software Engineering

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Dean of Engineering, Dale Carnegie receives a Teaching Excellence Award—one of the highest teaching honours in the profession.

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  • Victoria students vying for national title in IT Challenge

    In between studying and sitting exams, eight students are preparing to take on other tertiary students in the annual National MYOB IT Challenge in Auckland next week. The students represent the two winning teams of the preliminary round at Victoria run by cloud based business solution provider MYOB. The preliminary competition for Victoria students in May gave teams five days to develop a technology ...

  • Wellington scientists getting hybrid planes off the ground

    A team of Victoria University of Wellington researchers is hoping to use their technology to help build the world’s first hybrid electric jet plane. Victoria’s Robinson Research Institute is an international leader in the field of superconductivity—a key mechanism needed to develop cleaner aviation technologies, says principal engineer and Deputy Director Dr Rod Badcock. “Flying is the most climate ...

  • Local start-up’s valuable Victoria connections

    A local start up is praising Victoria University of Wellington’s Software Engineering programme for delivering hard to find job candidates. L R: Victoria University alumni Stephen Nelson, Tim Jones and Luke Inkster at Montoux. Montoux offers software that provides insights into life insurance companies’ products, pricing and profitability. The fast growing Wellington based business has clients in New ...

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