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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....

Te Pūkenga is NZIST’s new permanent name

New name and visual identity revealed at ceremony at Te Pūkenga’s head office in Hamilton.

Emerging Māori researcher gains scholarship to Cambridge University

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...

The show does go on, despite being twenty weeks in the making

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.

Whānau-oriented approach turns challenge into opportunity for our International students

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.

Terri-Ann Berry braves the shave, raising awareness for asbestos-related cancers

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 continues to lead the way in gas-fitting training by offering new short course

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...

Seeking new skills in a post-COVID world

Madeleine McCarthy completed a Commerce degree last year and was a few months into an internship with a multi-national drinks company, working in logistics, when COVID-19 hit, bringing her internship...

Unitec overcomes challenges of lockdown to virtually match students with employers

Unitec is continuing to meet the demand for highly skilled workers by shifting its popular Industry Connect events online; the first ITP in New Zealand to offer a virtual version...

Unitec interim CE Merran Davis appointed to NZIST role

Unitec’s interim chief executive Merran Davis has been appointed as Deputy Chief Executive, Transition and Transformation, at New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST).
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