Unitec's James Oldfield takes home the National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award

Unitec eLearning Team Leader and Educator, James Oldfield was announced the winner of one of New Zealand’s most coveted National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards, the Sustained Excellence awards.

Unitec to close Albany campus, remain on the Shore

Unitec Institute of Technology plans to close and exit its leased Albany campus at the end of 2016, although it will continue to deliver its professional and vocational training programmes...

Local Artist creates interactive 'paint-by-numbers' graphic for students

A very cool large-scale mural is currently underway at The Hub, Mt Albert campus. It’s an interactive project for students, who can participate by filling in the ‘paint-by-numbers’ design with...

New Weta project launched in three South Auckland schools

Unitec is working with three South Auckland schools to measure the school Weta population and analyse their diet with the objective of making school grounds a happy healthy environment for...

Sport students leading the way in event management

Unitec Sport students lead the way in event management with the Youth Speak Sport Summit 2016

Students collaborate to turn construction site into a work of art

The rising artists put a creative spin on the transformation sites around campus, making these spaces fun and engaging
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Unitec creates space for ‘Courageous Conversation’ about race

A new initiative to help students, teachers, companies and organisations better understand and harness racial diversity has been launched at Unitec.

Unitec Industry Training Association Building apprentice wins national title

The winner of the 2016 New Zealand Carpentry Apprentice Challenge (NZCAC) National Final was Clement Richer from North Auckland (Unitec), while Adam Johnson representing South Auckland (Unitec) came third. ...
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