We are a small, supportive department with a strong commitment to excellent teaching.
About our undergraduate and postgraduate papers and qualifications
Study pathways for people who already have a bachelor's degree
The Future students website is another useful source of information.
Our Careers and salaries page has information on where your studies might lead you.
General information for international students including how to apply
If you are not a New Zealand permanent resident or citizen, you need to go through an admissions process under the guidance of the International Admissions Co-ordinator.
International admissions can help with questions about admission requirements and process, fees, and other practical matters.
For questions about Computer Science courses and qualifications please contact the departmental academic adviser.
Did you start your degree before 2021?
Find out how to combine papers from the old and new curriculums
Adviser of Studies about Computer Science
Our Adviser is here to help you with academic advice about Computer Science, our qualifications and papers, the choices you need to make, and other questions about the subject.
Meetings can be arranged as needed by Zoom, by telephone, or in person (in the Computer Science Department, Owheo Building, corner of Forth Street and Union Street East).
For questions about studying other subjects, how to structure a degree, and academic matters outside of Computer Science, please contact the Otago Course Advisers.
For questions about admission to the University, fees, scholarships, and other practical matters, please contact the general advisory service AskOtago.