Scientific Teaching and Research New Zealand

Victoria University of Wellington

Faculty of Science


Victoria's Faculty of Science Te Wahanga Putaiao offers a wide variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, excellent facilities and top-level research supervision in a wide range of sciences.

Victoria
is a leading New Zealand centre of scientific teaching and research. Science Faculty staff and students participate in an extremely wide range of research programmes of national and international importance. We offer an exciting range of first degrees in over 20 different science disciplines, with the flexibility for you to study highly specialised science areas or create an excellent general degree in science. Increasing science enrolments at Victoria reflect our exciting programmes and career opportunities for our students. Our students also benefit from our location in Wellington, which has the largest concentration of scientists in New Zealand.

The Faculty of Science is extremely proud to be a founding member of three of the five new Centres of Research Excellence established in 2002. The School of Chemical and Physical Sciences is host to The MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, named for our distinguished graduate Professor Alan MacDiarmid, the 2000 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry. The School of Mathematical and Computing Sciences is a partner in the New Zealand Institute of Mathematics and its Applications; and the School of Biological Sciences is a partner member of the Allan Wilson Centre for Molecular Ecology and Evolution.

The Faculty has developed programmes to support all our students, including a montoring programme for Maori and Pacific students and additional language suppport for students who are speakers of other languages, careers sessions for all students, and scholarships to encourage well qualified students into further graduate study.

Most of all, we are proud of our science students, who each year expand their intellectual horizons and achieve beyond their expectations. By completing Science degrees at Victoria, these students gain excellent skills and contribute to a better future for New Zealand.

At Victoria you have access to the very best University education in New Zealand. You will join a warm, open and diverse community of students from over 70 different countries, and have access to excellent support networks built up over 50 years of looking after the needs of international students.

New Zealand is fast becoming a popular and favoured education destination for students from all around the world. With world-leading academic research, competitive costing, safe cities, and a beautiful environment, its easy to see why.

Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand Truly a new world class!

FACULTY OF SCIENCE

Physical Address:

Cotton Building

Rm158

Kelburn Parade

Kelburn

Wellington

New Zealand


Phone:  +64 4 463 5101

Fax: +64 4 463 5122

Email: science-faculty@victoria.ac.nz

Post:

Faculty of Science

Victoria Univerity of Wellington

PO Box 600

Wellington

New Zealand


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FACULTY OF SCIENCE

Physical Address:

Cotton Building Rm158
Kelburn Parade

Kelburn

Wellington

New Zealand

Phone:

 +64 4 463 5101

Fax:

+64 4 463 5122

Email:

science-faculty@victoria.ac.nz

Post:

Faculty of Science

Victoria Univerity of Wellington

PO Box 600

Wellington

New Zealand




 

School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Laby Building,

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