Learn to design and creatively apply emerging and established technology to solve problems with the School of Engineering and Computer Science.

Our innovative and flexible programmes will prepare you for successful careers as digital engineers and computer scientists. Work with students from all over the world in an inspiring and supportive learning environment.

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Start a new career in tech and work directly with some of Wellington's most innovative companies with a Master's programme at the Wellington ICT Graduate School.

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
  • Cybersecurity Engineering
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    Dean of Engineering, Professor Dale Carnegie, wraps up a busy 2017 and prepares for 2018… It’s December already (or maybe–finally) and as everything starts to wind down, I’d like to reflect on the past year and look towards the future. It’s certainly been a busy and extremely productive year for the Faculty of Engineering. We have achieved an enormous amount. First to mention is our tremendous rate ...

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Introducing Adrian Pekar to ECS

    Name? Adrian Pekar. Born in? Kralovsky Chlmec, Slovakia. Lived in? Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, New Zealand. First job? Data Centre and Network Function Virtualization Engineer. Position at VUW? Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Key research interests? Network Traffic Classification, Management and Engineering, QoS, IPFIX/NetFlow, Software Defined Networking, Data Centre and Network Function Virtualization ...

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