Open main menu Close main 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.

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...

Unitec’s Environmental Solutions Research Centre collaborates with industry for the first Plastics Innovation Fund Project

Unitec’s Environmental Solutions Research Centre is working with Aliaxis New Zealand companies, Marley and RX Plastics, and Waste Management New Zealand (WMNZ) to amplify the message of recycling throughout the...

Spotlight on project management as a career at Unitec’s Construction Connect

Leading New Zealand construction company Hawkins was one of nearly 30 businesses which exhibited at the recent construction careers fair for Construction Management, Architectural Technology and Quantity Surveying students at...

Unitec researchers return to Chatham Island Science Festival

Associate Professor Dr Peter de Lange from our School of Environmental & Animal Sciences recently travelled to the Chatham Islands for the Chatham Science Festival

Student supports diversity in trades

Unitec trades' student Courtney Willan formed the Trades Diversity Club to support students and help remove some of the barriers that might discourage people from going into trades.


Graduation is a great acknowledgement to the work you've put into your studies and marks the successful completion of your qualification.


Re-enrolling early in a programme confirms your place in the programme for the next semester and gives you the best chance of getting into the courses and classes you want.
Load more articles