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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.

Scary but exciting – why it’s never too late to study construction

It doesn’t matter when you start, “education is for life”.

Cross-institution climate change workshop to feature at this year’s joint Unitec/MIT Rangahau Horonuku Hou research symposium

A unique, multi-institution workshop on climate change will feature at this year’s joint Unitec/MIT research symposium, Rangahau Horonuku Hou - New Research Landscapes.

Unitec/MT 2021 Rangahau Horonuku Hu/New Research Landscapes Symposium gathers researchers from across the sector

The Unitec/MT 2021 Rangahau Horonuku Hu/New Research Landscapes Symposium is bringing together researchers from 13 institutions and research centres across New Zealand this week.

Protect Ihumātao Research Project awarded Royal Society Marsden Standard Grant

The Royal Society has awarded a Marsden Standard Grant to a hapū led research project which will examine Crown reluctance to address Māori-Tiriti interests in privately-owned land.

Get Ya Dot at IRA.DOT - GotYaDot 6 and 7 November 2021

This weekend, November 6 & 7, Unitec will be supporting the IRA.DOT - GotYaDot campaign running across Tāmaki Makaurau to encourage our whānau, hapū, iwi and all our communities to...

Using technology to support culture - Kei a Tātou Te Ihi (KATTI)

An innovative approach using the TikTok app by Unitec’s Pathway College allowed a quick pivot to online teaching while making learning fun for young ākonga.

Senior Lecturer Mikki Williden Runs a Marathon and Her Classes

Combating negativity with a positive approach is a technique Mikki Williden mastered at a young age.

Certificate a practical foundation for further study

Ma Pirangi and Jacqueline Macgregor both found their passion after completing Unitec’s New Zealand Certificate in Study and Career Preparation for Art and Design (NZCSP).
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