This section profiles the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences.
It provides an overview of students and staff, important information for students as well as information on research and available scholarships.
Read profiles of graduates from the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences. Also read academic staff profiles.
Find out about the type of research we do, the research units involved and the main contacts.
See a list of scholarships in the area of Computing and Mathematical Sciences. Each listing includes terms of reference, the amount and application deadline.
Computing and Mathematical Sciences are fields with global reach, and you will find that AUT programmes and qualifications are recognised and respected throughout the world.
See a list of Technology Links and Statistic resources in the area of Computing and Mathematical Sciences.
The school produces graduates who are fast-learning and creative and who have the vision to transform, not merely automate; people with a ‘can do’ attitude, technical know-how and the ability to realise their vision through action.
To develop these qualities, we employ lecturers with relevant industry and professional track records who can draw on their own experiences. Our classes are small and interactive; built around tutorials and laboratory sessions.
This fosters team work and inter-personal skills to support the academic learning that is the backbone of all our programmes. We also have a variety of facilities that provide students with an environment that supports and extends their learning.