Why SIGNAL

SIGNAL ICT Grad School operated from November 2016 until December 2020.

A graduate school combining world-class tertiary education with industry-focused projects and experience, SIGNAL helped individuals develop their tech skills, and businesses expand their capabilities.

Starting 2021, SIGNAL programmes will transition across to our tertiary partners; University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic in Dunedin, and Lincoln University, University of Canterbury and Ara Institute of Canterbury in Christchurch.

These partners will continue the success of SIGNAL, working with you to create a customised pathway that will help you achieve your career goal.

Studio-based tech training

Gone are traditional lectures, replaced by studio-based projects, seminars and industry placements. The programmes are offered across Christchurch and Dunedin, close to industry.

Tech training for all backgrounds

The programmes are for all aspiring and current tech professionals – whether you're wanting to transition from a non-tech background into a tech role, educating the next generation in our schools, or hoping to develop your skills and capabilities while in a tech role.

Teaching the right industry skills

It's not just all technical. We recognise that professionals need a broad range of skills across process, technology and people, and we incorporate these into the programmes we deliver to ensure the NZ tech industry flourishes.

It's about partnerships

Our partner institutions would love to work with you and your organisation to help develop your tech professionals. If you are wanting more information, please contact either: University of Otago, Lincoln University or Ara Institute of Canterbury.