Computing

Your career as a computing professional starts here and now. EIT’s School of Computing offers practical hands-on programmes ranging from flexibly delivered Certificate programmes, to full or part-time Diploma, Degree and Postgraduate programmes.

Employment Opportunities

study computer scienceNOW regularly sponsors EIT interns gaining the practical experience required to complete the EIT Bachelor of Computing Systems degree. 

 

New Degree Courses

study computer scienceWe’ve got IT covered! Our innovative new courses include mechatronics, computer vision and machine learning. You’ll be equipped to work in a well-paid, fast-moving industry. Study online, full or part-time from May, July or October. Talk to us and find out how far we can take you. 

Computing at EIT

Looking for a serious computing qualification?  At EIT you can gain a practical qualification that is designed to help you gain employment in the IT industry.  Most EIT Diploma programmes and the Bachelor of Computing Systems Degree include industry-based placements or internships that can lead onto permanent employment.  Many EIT Bachelor of Computing Systems graduates have secured IT jobs while studying, ready for when they complete the programme.

BCS Graduate Profile

study computer scienceAndrew King has recently graduated with his Bachelor of Computing Systems.  As well as being one of EIT’s 2016 Valedictorians Andrew has just landed himself a job at NOW in Napier.  Find out about Andrew’s experiences as a student, what he enjoyed most about the course and his advice to anyone thinking about studying at EIT.

Industry Projects

All computing Degree and specialist Diploma programmes include an industry based project providing those nearing graduation with an opportunity to work with industry either as an intern in an IT role, or working with a commercial organisation on a specific project.

Specialist Facilities

A purpose-built Information Technology Complex is located at the Hawke’s Bay Campus. There are nine networked computer labs with 24 student workstation stations in each. The rooms are environmentally controlled, with data show equipment in each room. There are specific labs for software development, hardware, multimedia and a room for project work. The facility also has a 50-seat tiered lecturer theatre.

Alison Clear first New Zealander to win prestigious international award

1 day ago

It is with great pleasure that EIT’s School of Computing can announce that Associate Professor Alison Clear from the Auckland campus will receive the 2020 SIGCSE Lifetime Service Award. The...

EIT re-opens City Student Studio for the summer

3 days ago

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...

Schools of Computing & Business celebrate students’ success

November 27, 2019

On Tuesday EIT’s Schools of Business & Computing held their traditional end-of-year Poster Evening with over 70 students, staff and industry representatives attending. For Dr David...