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Working with numbers at Methven

Since arriving in New Zealand in 2016, Navjot Singh has achieved a Graduate Diploma in Business at Unitec, gained his New Zealand residency and landed a role at leading shower...

Designing better experiences

As a UX Designer, Jade Doel applies design thinking to create friction-less user experiences for customers and team members. And, while it’s not the career he initially had in mind,...

Real-life learning at Foodstuffs

Deployment Delivery Manager at Foodstuffs, Andrew Lister partners with Unitec to provide invaluable workplace learning opportunities for students.

Measure & Draw: Growing business together with Unitec

With former Unitec graduates making up the majority of their staff, architectural design firm Measure & Draw say partnering with Unitec has proven invaluable as the business has grown.

Using her past for good

Coming from a refugee background isn’t a hindrance for Rosemine Mutamuliza. She’s gone on to play a pivotal role in the lives of others like her, who are making Aotearoa...

A change for the better

From Croatia to New Zealand, chef to cybersecurity expert – and now working at one of Silicon Valley’s most progressive companies. We talk to Ivan Pitton about how he took...

A design for success

"At Unitec we learnt that, as architecture students, we can only add value if we understand the full process from design to build. I truly believe that Unitec prepares...

Bringing people and processes together at IBM

According to Christian, "Studying at Unitec is about gaining real life skills and being put forward on your own merit, not just on who you've read."

Finding his niche

From 3D visual effects artist to apprentice diesel mechanic, and now a radiographer at one the southern hemisphere’s largest trauma hospitals, Christopher McCartney says it took him a ‘few digs’...

Unitec introduces New Zealand's First Bachelor of Veterinary Nursing Degree

Unitec Institute of Technology has announced that it will offer a Bachelor of Veterinary Nursing degree from mid-this year; the first tertiary institution in New Zealand to do so.
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