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Unitec is home to students from all over the world. It's a friendly and diverse place where you could study anything from computing to construction. And the International team is here to help you every step of the way - with applications, visas and more.

How computer vision is changing recreational fishing

Knowledge can make us stronger,” says Jing (Jane) Zhao. She’s right, of course. And when it comes to keeping our fisheries strong, knowledge is power.

Unitec International Student Awarded Prestigious Internship at Southern Spars

Unitec International student Vinay Kumar has been selected for a prestigious IT-Digital Tech internship at Southern Spars after winning a place at the inaugural Global Talent Showcase 2018.

International Code of Practice

Unitec abides by the Code of Practice (the code) which sets out minimum standards of advice and care that you can expect and provides a procedure that you can follow...

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...

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...

Practical engineering experience is raising the bar

What do the Great Pyramids of Egypt, the Great Wall of China and Burj Khalifa in Dubai have in common? How about Volkswagen, Mercedes and Tesla? As well as...

Kordia partners with Unitec to invest in next generation of cyber professionals

Kordia New Zealand today announced it has launched a new scholarship programme in partnership with Unitec Institute of Technology, designed to develop and foster New Zealand’s up-and-coming cyber security talent.

Unitec students re-design Whangarei waterfront

Artificial oyster reefs, self-closing flood barriers, community gardens, wetlands parks and low-rise terraced housing — these were some of the features suggested by Unitec students in their designs for a...
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