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Study with us to gain in-demand skills and learn from experts who share your passion for developing technology that can change the world. As a graduate, you could build the robots of the future, create immersive virtual reality worlds, protect people and organisations from data theft, or bring sustainable energy options to communities around the world.

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The newly established Chair supports the transition to sustainable energy of the New Zealand and regional economy, and society.

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Victoria Engineering student, Gina, standing on a hill at the West Wind farm in Makara, Wellington.

Teaching Excellence

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

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  • Ben Parkinson (right) and Konstantinos Bouloukakis working on the helmet-style MRI magnet.

    Developing a portable MRI

    Victoria University of Wellington’s Robinson Research Institute and School of Design have joined forces to create the world’s first portable MRI scanner prototype.

  • Terry Miller stands beside the immersive VR ball he developed

    Alumni profile: Terry Miller

    Terry Miller says he always wanted to be the guy who built the crazy stuff. So much so, he gave up a lucrative research and development job to do just that. What came next was the world’s first fully untethered virtual reality platform.

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