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Computing & IT

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The computer and information technology industry influences and interacts with all aspects of the New Zealand economy. It is an area of enormous growth, with a strong demand for people with relevant skills and experience. Whether you're a school leaver or an adult learner, our computing and information technology courses are a great start to a new career, promotion or higher education. You can complete certificate, diploma and degree level study here in Tauranga. Not sure where to start? Check out our IT careers page.

Find out more about our Computing & IT courses and training:

Certificate in Computing Level 3

Want to gain introductory computing skills and knowledge to enhance your chances of employment or further your study in the information technology field? Start your computer/IT career with this course. Get all the information about this programme

Diploma in Applied Computing (DipAppCompL5) Level 5

Want to get a job as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or website or software developer? This applied computing course will see you on your way to an awesome career in IT. Get all the information about this programme

Diploma in Applied Computing (DipAppCompL6) Level 6

This computing and IT course develops your career as an intermediate IT professional with opportunities ranging from software programming and web development to network administration. Get all the information about this programme

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Computer Science with Specialisation in Applied Computing

There’s no need to leave Tauranga to get your computing degree. Successfully complete the Diploma in Applied Computing Level 5 and Level 6 and gain full credit for the first and second year of this three year University of Waikato degree, delivered in Tauranga. Get all the information about this programme

Bay of Plenty Polytechnic

Private Bag 12001, Tauranga 3143
07 571 0190  |  0800 BOP POLY (267 7659)
info@boppoly.ac.nz