Students set up shop on campus

What better way to learn about running a business than by actually running one?

One classroom, seven languages

One classroom, seven languages, no problem for student teacher

Solving the mystery of the murky creek

Two civil engineering students at Unitec are currently working with Auckland Council on a real-life project, researching the reasons a stream restoration project hasn’t resulted in the ecological improvements expected.

In Conversation with an Environmental Engineer

Unitec lecturer introduces West Auckland high-school students to environmental engineering — including the girls

Getting to know the campus ecosystem

Unitec students and staff have played a key role in the transformation of Unitec in a variety of ways, including how the campus promotes and preserves its ecological values and...

Keep well this winter

It might not get as cold as the South Island in Auckland, but you'll still need to protect yourself from coughs and colds over winter.

A new kind of role model

“It’s like being a big brother figure on the streets”

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.
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