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Unitec overcomes challenges of lockdown to virtually match students with employers

Unitec is continuing to meet the demand for highly skilled workers by shifting its popular Industry Connect events online; the first ITP in New Zealand to offer a virtual version...

Building talent through partnership

Tim Chu is Cybersecurity Operations Centre Manager at Datacom - Australasia’s biggest tech services provider. He says Unitec’s Diploma in Cybersecurity is making inroads toward building a broader base of...

Partnering to improve the industry standards through education

Property consultancy Maynard Marks’ focus on sustainable communities and learning aligns well with Unitec’s mission to enable better futures for students, communities and enterprise.

A direct link to fresh thinking

Richard Noble, Senior Associate at leading engineering firm Beca, says the company’s relationship with Unitec allows them to tap into the latest industry talent and prepare graduates for the job.

A proactive relationship

Leading Kiwi infrastructure company Fulton Hogan is a long-time partner of Unitec and, as HR Manager Natasha Holloway explains, it’s a relationship they find beneficial in a number of ways.

MSC Consulting Group- building a solid relationship

Attending Unitec’s Engineering Connect event in 2019 led to MSC Consulting Group hiring a Unitec graduate, and they hope to develop the relationship further into the future.

Getting Unitec's tech students 'mission ready'

Mission Ready seeks to give graduates, including those from Unitec’s technology department, the experience and confidence they need to enter the tech industry.

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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