School of Information Technology
The Whitecliffe School of Information Technology offers programmes from Certificate to Master level in Information Technology.
We offer programmes within an array of information technology areas from web and software development and design to network engineering and security.
Our programmes are designed with industry partners to ensure our qualifications are aligned with industry standards.
Contact our Admissions Team to find out more about application-based scholarships for selected programmes in IT*.
School of Information Technology Courses & Programmes
Information Technology at Whitecliffe
“If you’re thinking about studying Technology at Whitecliffe, just go for it! Technology is the future and this is the place to learn. You will learn so much about the industry and yourself. Being surrounded with like-minded students and lecturers you are fully supported throughout your time here - making the decision to study at Whitecliffe has been life-changing for me.”
- Hore Te Rima Haira Mu Maihi Waaka Makoare, Diploma in Software Development Student
Whitecliffe Announces Partnership with EC-Council
Whitecliffe College is now proud partners with EC-Council. The joint venture aims to equip the next generation of talent to take the lead in preventing cyberthreats by providing aspiring cybersecurity professionals with the latest tools, techniques, and skills to prevent businesses from falling prey to advanced cyberattacks.
Enriching Connections Between Creativity + Technology
Auckland Programme Leader (Information Technology) Dr. Roman Mitch is an artist, full-stack developer, and educator with a long-standing involvement in the arts and culture sector in Aotearoa.
Whitecliffe Bachelor of Applied Information Technology receives IT Professionals New Zealand Te Pou Hanarau Ngaio Accreditation
Whitecliffe is delighted to announce that the Bachelor of Applied Information Technology has received formal accreditation from IT Professionals New Zealand Te Pou Hanarau Ngaio.
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