News - Computing

Work-ready for a future in the booming IT industry
September 22, 2020

EIT student Joyus Ngutu is currently doing an exciting internship at Napier City Council as part of her Computing Systems degree. Joyus is involved with a project that aims to improve the...

Johanna’s new life in New Zealand
August 20, 2020

Gap years can change people’s life for good. EIT student Johanna Scholz had one of these transformative experiences. Six years ago, German born Johanna travelled around New Zealand and fell...

EIT graduate has big adventure ahead of him
August 10, 2020

When Lars Hoitink moved with his family from The Netherlands to New Zealand ten years ago, he barely spoke a word of English. But within a year’s time he became fluent and flew through his...

3D printing masks
May 6, 2020

Gisborne families have been helping those on our front-line 24/7, all while in isolation.  The Covid-19 lockdown has been busier than ever for this hard-working crew.  Since April 18, the...

Connecting and enriching Hawke’s Bay businesses
April 28, 2020

Dr Tom Hartley, senior lecturer at EIT’s School of Computing, is in the process of developing an International Student Business Hub (ISBH). Expecting to roll out in August this year, the...

Kaupapa key for new ICT team
March 10, 2020

A new start-up software development company aims to be the No.1 Māori information and communications technology (ICT) provider for Tairāwhiti. The five-member team behind the business want to...

Computing degree lands graduate a dream job
January 31, 2020

From thinking he might seek a trades career, former Lytton High School student Roy Boustead now has a dream job in data analytics and management with Trust Tairāwhiti, thanks to the opportunities...

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...