The Wellington ICT Graduate School works alongside academia to bridge gaps with industry and disrupt the traditional system. An initiative developed by Wellington's three leading tertiary establishments (Victoria University, WelTEC and Whitireia), the Wellington ICT Grad School
seeks to advance and support the development of ICT skill and talent throughout New Zealand. Five Master's-level degrees are taught, developing students in the areas of software development, business analysis, user experience design and VFX. The Wellington ICT Grad School has a joint industry and academic board and its central team is located in downtown Wellington.
Lauren Locke is the Academic Advisor for the Wellington ICT Grad School. With a non-linear career in international development, sustainable tourism and academia, she is passionate about building connections which increase global understanding and the thoughtful use of future technology.
No tech skills, no problem! Learn from graduates on how to transition into a career in ICT.
Careers & Teams
Lauren Locke from the ICT Grad School will interview a panel of 4 ICT Graduate students from different disciplines.The audience will hear from soon-to-be graduates in the fields of UX Design, Software Development and Business Analysis. Topics will cover a range of topics related to transitioning into technology including networking, resumes, interviewing and diversity in the NZ tech sector.