News - Computing

EIT re-opens City Student Studio for the summer
December 3, 2019

Today, EIT re-opened the City Student Studio in Lower Emerson Street to continue the success story of last summer. The vibrant co-working office is a collaboration between EIT, the University...

Students proving age is no barrier to robotics
November 7, 2019

The most popular programme at the Tairāwhiti Trades Academy at EIT this year would have to be the Level 3 Trades Academy Computer Technology drone making course, which has achieved the...

Jo’s extraordinary journey from student to lecturer
November 4, 2019

It all began with a computer. Of Ngāti Kahungunu descent Jo Heperi was born and bred in Takapau, twenty minutes from Waipukurau. Jo worked as rouser (wool sorter) for half of her life while...

EIT is hosting open data competition GovHack
September 3, 2019

From 6 – 8 September EIT will be one of six locations in New Zealand to host GovHack, one of the world’s largest open data competitions. EIT’s campuses in Taradale and Auckland are...

Hitting the road for an overseas learning adventure
August 15, 2019

His bags are not quite packed yet but Napier based Mitchell Collister is ready for a big overseas adventure. Mitch, as he is widely known, is in his last year of a Bachelor of Computing...