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Landscape Architecture student designs campus wetland

Unitec students across a number of disciplines have played a key role in the transformation of Unitec, both the buildings and surrounding landscape.

Students redesign their campus

Students have been taking a key role in the transformation of Unitec, by working on the design and development of the campus as part of their coursework.

"Age of anxiety" in Interior Design

As the world moves through an 'age of anxiety', this is having significant changes in offices, schools and homes. But what does this mean for interior design?

Two Social Practice students, two different internships

Social work is an extremely rewarding vocation, but it can also be demanding. Unitec Bachelor of Social Practice students spend 60 days of their third year on placement as an...

Inspiring the next generation of Early Childhood Educators

Early childhood education is a vital part of a child's learning. Are you keen to make a difference in the lives of NZ's future leaders?

Inside Story: Hats, Boots and 1950s Underwear

In a room in Unitec’s Building 06, a group of students work on the Victorian style lace up boots they’ve designed themselves and are now covering with a range of...

How to beat stress and stay focused

Stress is something that most students experience at one point or another. What techniques could you try to keep focused?

Key tools for success in your study

As Unitec welcomes students from across all walks of life, it's important there are support structures in place to assist every individual.

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.

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.
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