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At Te Kura Mātai Rorohiko we pride ourselves on our strong teaching abilities and diverse research interests. We are committed to producing first-class graduates at all levels.
Founded in 1981, our school has risen to become the country's largest, most diverse, and most accomplished Computer Science school.
Ours is a large and diverse school, with over 60 academic and professional staff.
Explore our range of Computer Science programmes including, data science, information technology, digital security, logic and computation, and more.
The School of Computer Science has research-active staff with excellent national and international links, both to commerce and academia.
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Accelerate your career in Information Technology with a postgraduate programme offering a balance of scientific, research, management and leadership skills.
Our 2022 Gibbons Lectures are themed around cloud computing, and how it might evolve to meet the demands of the future.
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We collaborate with several University-led research centres and organisations.
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