Inside Story: Furry Friends In Tonga

A group of 14 certificate and diploma level students, and three teaching staff, travelled to Tonga’s main island of Tongatapu in 2016, where they visited Nukualofa and some of the...

Sandra Kailahi

JOB: Independent Media Professional QUALIFICATION: Master of International Communication “I have worked as a journalist/broadcaster for a number of years but I decided it was time to further my education. ...

Careers in Biodiversity

If passion is infectious then Christy Reynolds and Sarah Killick are a virus of a good kind. These two Ecologists and Unitec Alumni, are sharing their enthusiasm for the environment...

Inspiring the next generation

Giving back to the community is at the heart of Architecture graduates Martin and Waikare’s entrepreneurial venture.

Graduate aims to help close the gender gap in IT

Some of the leading companies in the IT world are working to bring more women into the industry. Elyse Purdie, 25, has responded to that call.

Never too late for a career change

Attitude is the key ingredient for those looking to change career, a recent Unitec graduate says.

The Alumni Network

Our graduates talk about what success means to them and how staying connected with Unitec helps them get there.

Guardian of the Mangroves

Graduate Felix Daroa and his family have looked after mangroves in southern Papua New Guinea for 14 years.

Preparing students for the future

Unitec is proud to be a specialist provider for future growth areas - construction, technology and health.

Looking after our future

Alana May Hall wants to advocate more strongly for Pasifika and Māori children in the education system.
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