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Global Pathways to New Zealand:
CNU students can transfer after 2 years in CNU’s undergraduate degree programme in computer science and transfer up to 120 points to the AUT Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) (any major) at AUT (2+2).
Students can complete both the CNU undergraduate degree program in Computer Science and Technology, or the Bachelor Degree of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, as well as AUT's BCIS.
New Zealand Qualification
The AUT Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences provides a wide range of majors and minors that prepare you for careers spanning everything from telecommunications to education, and healthcare to finance.
The Institute of IT Professionals NZ (IITP) recognises our Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences as meeting the Seoul Accord.
You benefit from our outstanding facilities and industry connections, including our ICT and Engineering Careers Fair where you can meet representatives from New Zealand’s biggest and most exciting companies, from Datacom and Deloitte to Slingshot and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare. Pair this with the industry research project in your final year, and you have the perfect foundation to launch your career in computer and information sciences.
Ranked highly around the world, the Computer Science department is part of engineering, computer and mathematical sciences at AUT.
Computer science at AUT has a strong emphasis on algorithm design, computability, computer security, distributed systems, mobile systems, and parallel computing.
Successful completion of the CNU programme and IELTS 6.0 (no band less than 5.5).
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