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Climbing the production ladder

From making coffee to producing some of New Zealand’s best loved shows, Dana Youngman is now Senior Entertainment Commissioner at Sky TV. We talked to her about her career and...

Making a difference in New Zealand Rugby

Rugby has always been a big part of Chantal Bakersmith’s life. From playing to teaching to rugby development, she now works at a more strategic level – helping Auckland clubs...

A company built on its people

Conal Dempsey started Dempsey Wood with friend Tony back in 1993. Since then the business has continued to grow with a firm focus on its people, becoming a key player...

Protecting people on the country’s rail corridor

As National Protection Manager for KiwiRail, Ria Apiata runs the team responsible for access to New Zealand’s rail corridor. She says Unitec’s flexible, practical approach to learning helped set her...

Mastering his craft

As a Content Producer for leading public relations agency Pead PR, Izak van der Merwe gets to bring his creativity and passion for photography to work every day.

Ready to hit the ground running

Having completed her Master of Architecture (Professional) degree at Unitec in 2017, Peta Smith now works for architectural firm Brewer Davidson. She says the hands-on, practical learning she gained at...

Keeping their finger on the pulse

Kiwi land development and planning consultancy Cato Bolam says their partnership with Unitec enables them to ‘keep their finger on the pulse’ of current industry thinking.

A values-driven and community focused partnership

Pacific owned non-profit organisation The Fono provides accessible, affordable, quality health services to those who need it most. They say their partnership with Unitec is a win-win for both organisations.

Balancing a degree with a family

When she made the decision to become an early-childhood teacher, Emily Crozier needed a degree that would fit around her young son – and Unitec offered just what she was...

Architecture: from Fiji to New Zealand

After 13 years running his own architectural firm in Fiji, it may seem strange that Shableet Chandra headed to New Zealand to study architecture. But, as this self-confessed design lover...
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