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Our graduates

Our graduates work in a range of fields, adding immense value to our industries and communities. We help them develop the skills, hands-on experience and industry connections they need to hit the ground running.

Business thriving after Unitec grad follows his passion

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.

Overcoming the odds

Mohammed Alnahdi says Unitec’s support gave him the confidence he needed to finish a Certificate in Electrical Engineering and go on to complete a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering with top...

Talking with Teeks

Q&A with Teeks - soul-singing superstar, Te Reo Māori teacher, and Unitec music graduate.

Award-winning lead designer talks furniture, the future and fun

Chris Metcalfe is lead designer at PLN Group, a family of furniture brands whose research, design and innovation create seating and working solutions designed to enhance life. A Unitec...

Unitec with Pride

We are extremely proud to have been a part of the 2017 Pride Parade in Auckland, celebrating Pride & Progress carnaval-style at Auckland Pride Festival. Here are a few snapshots...

One Planet Living: Our Commitment

Unitec has adopted 10 One Planet Living Principles as a sustainability framework focusing on teaching, research, collaboration and greening our campus. We’ve set targets to improve our ecological impact and...

Careers in Biodiversity

If passion is infectious then Christy Reynolds and Sarah Killick are a virus of a good kind. These two Ecologists and Unitec Alumni, are sharing their enthusiasm for the environment...

Diversity and Inclusion

We want everyone to feel safe, secure and respected at Unitec. Come and talk to us if you're experiencing discrimination.

Preparing students for the future

Unitec is proud to be a specialist provider for future growth areas - construction, technology and health.

Tuiti Hui

I love coming to Unitec once a week, having a day off from my apprenticeship to complete the theory units I’ll need to become a qualified builder.
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