Students take top architecture awards

L. Mason Rattray of Unitec’s architecture pathway has received New Zealand’s top prize for final-year architecture students.

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.

Unitec students help staff temporary vet clinic in Tonga

Unitec veterinary nursing students are part of a team setting up a temporary veterinary clinic in Tonga this week.

Double festival success for Unitec film graduate

'Wait', a short film written and directed by 2011 Unitec Performing and Screen Arts graduate Yamin Tun, has been selected for New Zealand’s Best Short Film competition at this year’s...

Partnership with Host Families NZ to give international students a home

A new partnership between Host Families NZ and tertiary education provider Unitec Institute of Technology is set to solve the homestay gap for international students wanting to live and study...

Unitec security health check for SME businesses short-listed in national awards

A cyber-security health check programme from Unitec Institute of Technology has been selected as a finalist for the iSANZ 2016 InfoSec New Zealand Awards.

Life is what you make of it with a little help from the Stars

Stars in Her Eyes, a full-length feature film by director of Ample Films Ltd, Athina Tsoulis and produced at Unitec with Unitec students will be celebrating its premier screening on...

Unitec joins Harbour Basketball to grow secondary school participation

Our second partnership with the Auckland basketball community as the naming rights sponsor of the Harbour Basketball secondary school and adult league competitions.
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