Mumps in Schools and Tertiary Institutions

Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) have confirmed there is a mumps outbreak in Auckland and Unitec.

Getting smarter with digital technology

Dila Beisembayeva, Unitec lecturer in computing, wants to turn her students into creators of technology not just passive users.

Unitec Chief Executive to step down at end of year

Unitec Institute of Technology has announced that its Chief Executive, Dr Rick Ede, will be stepping down from his role after almost ten years at the helm.

Like a duck to water

When Unitec student Andrew Long went on work experience with the engineering and design consultancy Harrison Grierson, he knew his practical skills would prove useful.

Mataaho hosts electric car competition

The canopy area in front of Unitec’s new trades training building, Mataaho, turned into pit lane one Saturday in October, as twelve teams from five Auckland secondary schools prepped their...

Unitec students light up Devonport for GLOW@Artweek Auckland Festival

More than 100 second-year Architecture students from Unitec Institute of Technology will transform Devonport’s Windsor Reserve into an outdoor gallery of light installations as part of Auckland Artweek next month.

Kordia partners with Unitec to invest in next generation of cyber professionals

Kordia New Zealand today announced it has launched a new scholarship programme in partnership with Unitec Institute of Technology, designed to develop and foster New Zealand’s up-and-coming cyber security talent.

The mark of a master is the work of the student

Every year, Sir Ray Avery takes on Unitec students like Mike Czarny to help with projects and mentor them in return. Sometimes with extraordinary results.
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