Computer Science

Undergraduate

Kiwiplan NZ Limited Scholarships

Up to three Scholarships will be awarded to students entering Stage III of a BSc or BSc(Hons) majoring in Computer Science; BCom or BCom(Hons) majoring in Information Systems; BE or BE(Hons) in Software Engineering; or appropriate BTech candidates.

Potentia Undergraduate Scholarship in Computer Science

To provide assistance to a BSc student with a demonstrated interest in software development who is studying Stage III courses in Computer Science at the University of Auckland.

Postgraduate

EROAD Scholarship in Software Development

To assist and encourage students undertaking study towards a Bachelor of Science (Honours) specialising in Computer Science. For students who are currently in Stage III of a BSc majoring in Computer Science.

Orion Awards for Excellence in Computer Science

For a student who in their final year of a GradDipSci in Computer Science, PGDipSci in Computer Science, BSc(Hons), BTech, BE in Software Engineering, BSc/BCom or MSc in Computer Science who demonstrates the greatest potential to become an outstanding professional in the area of information technology and computer science.

The Computer Science Graduate Student Travel (CSGST) Award

This award is for postgraduate travel-related costs. It is offered to postgraduate Computer Science students who have accepted papers at peer-reviewed conferences listed by the CORE / ERA and have at least a B rank. If the conference is not in the CORE list, a written justification of the need for participation has to be provided together with the application (this may include doctoral symposia).The CSGST Award is managed by the Department's Research Committee and is supported by contributions from PBRF funding.

$10,000 Biennial Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems

This prize is for a New Zealander, from academia or industry, who has made the greatest contribution to the field of Open Systems in the past two years. The definition of Open Systems is broad and includes interoperable systems with standards-based and well documented framework of functionality and interfaces – not necessarily, but preferably, Free and Open Source.