School of Computer Science

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.

Data Science

Meet our graduate, Nishita Balamuralikrishna

Kimihia te roanga atu | Find out more

Dr Danielle Lottridge, Computer Science

Ours is a large and diverse school, with over 60 academic and professional staff.

Whakapā mai | Get in touch
Data science students with computers

Explore our range of Computer Science programmes including, data science, information technology, digital security, logic and computation, and more.

Hōpara kowhiringa | Explore options
Computer programming in detail, PIXNIO

The School of Computer Science has research-active staff with excellent national and international links, both to commerce and academia.

Tūhuratia | Discover

Discover some of the exciting research happening in the School with our selection of interviews from early-career and up-and-coming academics.

Pānui tonu | Read more
ICT graduate school.

Accelerate your career in Information Technology with a postgraduate programme offering a balance of scientific, research, management and leadership skills.

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Gibbons lecture series banner.

Our 2021 Gibbons Lecture Series examined the latest technologies connecting humans and computers, and implications for wellbeing, diversity and culture.

Kia kitea ināianei | View now
Project manager, Zarina Mechera

Meet our students and graduates and find out why they chose Computer Science and where their degree has taken them.

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Cyber Security Foundry logo

We collaborate with several University-led research centres and organisations.

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Computer Science Twitter

Keep up to date with the School of Computer Science on Twitter.

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Computer Science LinkedIn

Engage with the School of Computer Science on LinkedIn.

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Find out more about the School and our research on YouTube.

Whāia mātou | Watch us on YouTube