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The will to change: Why deciding to return to study is tough, but rewarding

Studying is a transformative experience. It transforms attitudes, it changes work prospects and opens up interesting new pathways. All you have to do is make the jump – and that...

Reflecting on Success

You’ve no doubt heard of ‘Waiting’ – the short film that took out Best Short Film at the New Zealand International Film Festival. After this success we sat down with...

Talking with Teeks

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

The Road Man – Greg Watters

If you’ve ever driven on one of New Zealand’s newest expressways and highways, chances are that Civil Engineer and Unitec graduate Greg Watters would have had a hand in it....

Master your professional practice

Why Unitec’s External Relations manager is also a Masters student

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...

Enhance your career with specialised short courses

Are you looking to advance your career, learn something new, or re-enter the workforce? Get involved in Unitec’s Alumni courses to give you up-to-the-minute training in a short period of...

Double festival success for Unitec film graduate

'Wait', a short film written and directed by 2011 Unitec Performing and Screen Arts graduate Yamin Tun, has been selected for New Zealand’s Best Short Film competition at this year’s...
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