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Kai for Students

Student kitchens at our Mt Albert and Waitākere campuses are being stocked with donations of kai, thanks to weekly deliveries from national food rescue charity KiwiHarvest.

How to make your application stand out from the crowd

EY is one of New Zealand’s largest professional services employers. We caught up with Campus Recruitment Senior Consultants Emma Byrt and Marion D’Cruz to find out what they look for...

If you want to catch a fish, cast your net widely

Networking and preparation are key when looking for your first role after graduating. Cybersecurity student Jason Sam tells us a few things he’s learnt in his journey to find a...

Stay safe

We've collated a list of support services, from the government to non-profit agencies, available during the lockdown period.

COVID-19: Activities and online resources for kids

Activities and online resources to keep the tamariki (kids) entertained during the lockdown.

Stay kind

Stay kind during this time!

Autumn Graduation postponed

The health and well-being of our students, staff and the wider Unitec whānau is of primary concern.

Building a greater Aotearoa

Non-profit Social Enterprise TupuToa works to develop and empower Māori and Pacific tertiary students, including many from Unitec, to help them pathway into corporate roles.
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