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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...

New Zealand’s largest open plan trades training centre

Working in the skilled trades sector means working with and alongside other trades people, which is reflected in the way students learn at Unitec. That is, in New Zealand’s new...

Fast-tracking your career in real estate

Working in real estate may not be for the faint-hearted, but it is for the independent minded. You get to be your own boss, manage your own business, and your...

Photographer a Finalist in PM's Pacific Youth Awards

Cook Islands artist Fe’ena Syme Buchanan is a recent graduate of Unitec’s Bachelor of Creative Enterprise where she specialised in photography and illustration.

Study tour to India a career-changing experience

Sabian Meyrick recently returned from a six-week supply chain and logistics study tour in India, which he describes as a “once in a lifetime experience” and “the highlight of my...

Unitec students spread the word (and sodas)

When Unitec students work with industry professionals, it always proves valuable. But when four Bachelor of Creative Enterprise students were tasked with promoting Unitec itself, the outcome was also tasty...

Talking with Teeks

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

Foundation for a great career

If you’re thinking about what your career could look like after gaining a construction and property development qualification, then Unitec’s own Will Smith is a pretty compelling case study. ...

Student helps to save young lives

Unitec students work with scientist Sir Ray Avery - with extraordinary results
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