- Current students
Unitec will open its virtual doors this Saturday to a host of budding engineers, builders, architects, nurses, robotics engineers and more in its first ever virtual Open Day.
Yo Heta-Lensen (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Hine) takes pride in championing what some describe as a “dangerously progressive” approach to embedding kaupapa Māori within early childhood teacher education.
A Māori graphic design student who has taken a bold new approach to a time-honoured art form is the winner of this year’s Bold Innovators Scholarship at Unitec.
Unitec’s Whānau–Fanau Evening moves online, keeping families close to the heart of students’ experience
Unitec is staging a virtual Whānau-Fanau evening for its Māori and Pacific students to ensure that families remain an integral part of the student journey, despite the challenges of COVID-19....
Ngā Wai a Te Tūī researcher and Unitec lecturer Jacqueline Paul (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngā Puhi Ngāti Kahungunu ki Heretaunga) is preparing to head to the University of Cambridge to study...
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, Unitec’s Year 3 Dance students finally got to perform their choreographic showcase in the Unitec Theatre last week.
Confronting challenges and seizing opportunities is nothing new for International student Richard Jin, who left his home in China seven years ago to live and study at Unitec.
Dr Terri-Ann Berry, Associate Professor in Environmental Engineering and Director of Unitec's Environmental Research Solutions Centre (ESRC), has had her hair shaved by the Coast Breakfast team in aid of...
Unitec Institute of Technology has become the first tertiary institution in New Zealand to offer a short course in installing and commissioning the latest range of Rinnai commercial water heating...