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Sharing her passion for the game

Ketaki (Kay) Khare’s passion for rugby is clear. And now she’s able to share it with others as she works to develop and build women’s rugby here in New Zealand.

Archiland Architecture: A multi-faceted partnership

Dylan Huang, former Unitec student and now Director at Archiland Architecture, says the company’s relationship with Unitec is a successful and multi-faceted one.

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,...

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...

The practical aspect of a Business degree

As part of the Bachelor of Business (Management), students are asked to put theory into practice, working on real business projects with New Zealand companies as part of one of...

How to harness a dog’s super power (and start a new career)

Two years ago Augusta Grayson was working in advertising, now she’s running her own dog training business. James Borrowdale met Augusta (and Frank the dachshund) to learn about Unitec’s Certificate...

From boilermaker to construction management

For most of his adult life Bevan Van Wyk worked as a boilermaker - a trained craftsman producing steel fabrications - until, aged 40, he decided to move into the...
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