Both Mt Albert and Waitākere campuses closed until 7 February due to floods.

Open main menu Close main menu

Menu

About Us

Unitec is New Zealand’s largest institute of technology offering a wide range of work-oriented programmes and short courses. We offer leading employment-focused education at our two campuses in Mt. Albert, and Waitākere.

TAKING HOMEWORK LITERALLY

STUDENTS IN AUCKLAND BUILD NEW, HEALTHY HOMES FOR WHĀNAU IN NEED

Unitec celebrates excellence in teaching and outstanding contribution

Staff from Unitec’s Mt Albert and Waitākere campuses gathered last week to celebrate excellence in teaching, research and service.

Unitec honours outstanding 2022 post-graduate researchers

Unitec Institute of Technology has announced the recipients of its 2022 post-graduate research awards.

Unitec Creative Industries' alumni feature in Amazon's Rings of Power

Amazon Prime Video's recently released billion-dollar TV series, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, features a line-up of graduates and staff from Unitec’s School of Creative Industries...

Unitec Play Brings Gender Conversation Into Focus

Unitec's School of Creative Industries' theatre production of Boys, Eleanor Bishop’s wild, smart, and confronting deconstruction of Greg McGee's iconic Kiwi play Foreskin's Lament, has left an indelible mark on...

New Centre for Research in Education for Healthcare Professionals launches at Unitec

Unitec is celebrating the launch of a research centre dedicated to providing Healthcare Professionals with the best educational opportunities available.

Unitec onshore agents’ day signals back to business for International outreach

More than 60 onshore international agents gathered at Unitec recently to celebrate the return of international students to the campus for the first time in two and a half years.

Kaupapa Māori Researchers shed light on severity of youth homelessness

Half of those experiencing homelessness in Aotearoa are under the age of 25 and new research has identified key contributing factors to the ongoing crisis.
Load more articles