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When Gunjan Bhaskar moved to New Zealand, she thought she’d continue her teaching career. But, plans changed when she stumbled across Unitec | Te Pūkenga cybersecurity programmes. Now, she works...
Craig Goodhue is acknowledged for advancing approaches and outcomes of work-based learning
A collaborative content creation campaign will showcase the skill and experience of Unitec | Te Pūkenga Bachelor of Business students at Open Day this Saturday 02 September.
A new gallery supporting ākonga (students), kaimahi (staff), and Aotearoa’s art and design community has opened at Unitec-Te Pūkenga. Toi o Wairaka has been unveiled inside Building 108, part of...
Unitec |Te Pūkenga research highlights perception of school counsellors a barrier for secondary school ākonga
Ground-breaking research into ākonga views of counselling services at secondary schools in Aotearoa New Zealand has shown a general reluctance to get mental health support from school counsellors, particularly among...
Unitec | Te Pūkenga’s Supply Chain Design course is part of the School of Applied Business’ postgraduate and Masters programs. The goal? To teach students how to design effective supply...
Two Unitec | Te Pūkenga students were recently recognised for their commitment and drive as recipients of New Zealand Chinese Building Industry Association (NZBIA) Excellence Scholarships. This annual award was...
Short film directed by Unitec | Te Pūkenga Screen Arts graduate wins UNESCO Wellington City of Film Best Film Award
Te Last Sunday directed by Unitec | Te Pūkenga Screen Arts graduate, Saito Lilo was announced the winner of the UNESCO Wellington City of Film Best Film Award
Creative and practical learning helps Unitec -Te Pūkenga architecture graduates stand out in the workplace
We sat down with Unitec Te Pūkenga Architecture alumni, Lindy Ewart and Stu Penno, to talk about what the practice looks for when recruiting staff, and what advice they’d give...