The Road Man – Greg Watters

If you’ve ever driven on one of New Zealand’s newest expressways and highways, chances are that Civil Engineer and Unitec graduate Greg Watters would have had a hand in it....

Te Noho Kotahitanga and Unitec

One of Unitec’s most defining features as a tertiary institution, is the formalised partnership between Māori and non-Māori.

Practical engineering experience is raising the bar

What do the Great Pyramids of Egypt, the Great Wall of China and Burj Khalifa in Dubai have in common? How about Volkswagen, Mercedes and Tesla? As well as...

Construction graduates in high demand

With a rapidly growing population and ongoing infrastructure challenges, New Zealand is a building and construction graduate's dream. Wherever you’re based in New Zealand there are opportunities for those with...

Master your professional practice

Why Unitec’s External Relations manager is also a Masters student

Digital learning beats chalk and pencils

Class is no longer about the lecturer delivering the content via PowerPoint presentations or blackboard exercises and an instruction at the end of the class to “read this handout”. ...

Equipping students for the future

With the New Zealand employment market moving towards a skills-based economy, it is essential that Kiwis start to think about changing their CVs to put emphasis less on the degree...

Help our students get work ready

Find out how our ‘real world’ approach to learning ensures our students are armed with relevant, hands-on workplace skills from day one.
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