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Unitec’s student engagement and satisfaction at an all-time high

Unitec’s key indicator of student engagement, its Student Net Promoter Score (NPS), has recorded a return to its best-ever result of 43 for new students and 23 for returning students.

Unitec-Te Pūkenga announces two new Research Centres

Building on its already strong research capacity, Unitec-Te Pūkenga has established two more Research Centres

Denise Messiter - Creating a model of healing

Denise (Ngāti Pūkenga ki Waiau) is an ākonga with our School of Healthcare and Social and is writing her Master's of Applied Practise (Social Practice) thesis. She was made an...

Unitec Construction Waster Project Highly Commended at Tāmaki Makaurau Zero Waste Awards

Dr Terri-Ann Berry and her team were awarded “Highly Commended” in the Community Collaboration, Tāmaki Makaurau Zero Waste Awards for their project to reduce plastic use and waste in the...

Research Fellowship addresses nursing skills for an ageing population

In June, Unitec’s Dr Samantha Heath, Senior Lecturer and Research Leader, School of Healthcare and Social Practice, was awarded an MBIE Science Whitinga Fellowship of $320,000 for her research project...

Championing diversity and inclusion through HR

An aspiration to move from Recruitment to Human Resources saw Nanna Scrafton join Unitec’s Diploma in Business, majoring in HR. Now National HR Manager for HEB Construction, she tells us...

Growth mindset took him to places

John Aranui’s decision to leave school in Sixth Form an sign up to a degree at Unitec turned out to be a good one. After working in Australia for a...

A bold career move from hospitality to construction

After moving to New Zealand from France in 2008, Clément Richer (middle) worked in hospitality for five years before deciding to go down the very Kiwi path of ‘becoming a...

Forging a path in local government

In 1998, Shelley Wharton (nee Renkema) decided to make a career change and signed up for Unitec’s Environmental Engineering degree. Now Infrastructure Programmes Department Manager at Whangārei District Council and...

Following her heart

After moving from China in 2013, Ciao Chen studied Event Communications at Unitec. It not only gave her an understanding of the New Zealand market, but the confidence to follow...
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