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When Gunjan Bhaskar moved to New Zealand, she thought she’d continue her teaching career. But, plans changed when she stumbled across Unitec | Te Pūkenga cybersecurity programmes.
Short film directed by Unitec | Te Pūkenga Screen Arts graduate wins UNESCO Wellington City of Film Best Film Award
Te Last Sunday directed by Unitec | Te Pūkenga Screen Arts graduate, Saito Lilo was announced the winner of the UNESCO Wellington City of Film Best Film Award
Alex de Vries and Team Win 2023 Unitec Bold Innovator Scholarship for Innovative Music Video Project
Afro-Kiwi writer, director, and producer Alex De Vries has been awarded the 2023 Unitec Bold Innovator Scholarship. De Vries, a recent Master of Creative Practice graduate from Unitec's School of...
Unitec Te Pūkenga automotive graduate Jae Kim has been selected as a finalist in the nationwide Hyundai technicians’ competition.
Kathryn Billing, a structural steel welder at D&H Steel in Auckland, credits her family for sparking her interest in mechanical engineering. She completed a pre-trades certificate in mechanical engineering at...
Auckland-based Cybersecurity analyst Paul Thomas reckons it’s never too late to study and credits Unitec with helping him ‘find his thing’ after completing its highly-acclaimed cybersecurity programme.
Jacob Van Pelt is making a name for himself as a content creator and VFX artist even before he walks the stage at Unitec’s Autumn Graduation Ceremony in April.