Mumps in Schools and Tertiary Institutions

Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) have confirmed several cases of mumps, with most arising in West Auckland. We want to ensure all students are aware and take the right...

Solar-powered street lamp wins

Engineering student, Zheng Sibo, from Mt Albert has won $3000 towards course costs for a solar-powered street lamp design created for one of Unitec’s annual sustainability challenges.

Honorary doctorate for services to education and Te Ao Maori

An Honorary Doctor of Philosophy degree has been bestowed on Haare Williams, a distinguished Māori elder from the chiefly lineage of Tuhoe and Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki, by Unitec Institute of Technology....

City Canvas for Artistic Talent

The fragility and singularity of Auckland’s K Road was brought to life in street art by Unitec students last Saturday night.

Case Study: supporting positive youth development

Studying youth development, within the Bachelor of Health and Social Development programme is a fulfilling way to advance an interest and enthusiasm for engaging with and supporting young people.

Discover a better way to learn

At Unitec we think the traditional view of spending hours in a lecture theatre is out-dated. And that’s why we approach learning differently.

Inside Story: Not your average field trip

What could architecture students from Unitec learn from a week working with a community in the centre of Colombo, Sri Lanka?

Calling all student filmmakers

We're now calling for entries for this year’s Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival which will be held in Auckland in October 2017.
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