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Some of the country’s leading lights in screen arts and acting are behind a Unitec bridging education programme designed to support students into a pathway of learning.
Unitec engineering students were the winners of Engineering New Zealand’s Auckland Branch’s GT Murray Award for the best student member presentation on an engineering research or design project.
From farming to cybersecurity: Unitec | Te Pūkenga graduate now security analyst at Auckland Transport
For ten years, Emilio Bargiacchi worked in agriculture and horticulture, primarily as a dairy farmer. Then, the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and he decided to switch careers. Now, he’s working as...
December 8, Unitec hosted a delegation from Hebei University of Engineering (HUE), based in Handan, China, marking their first in-person New Zealand reception since the pandemic.
This week, the Generation Kāinga team are co-designing and planning the build of an urban tiny home in Tamaki Makaurau, as well as holding wānanga to begin their research
Raising the standards has been taken to new heights at Unitec | Te Pūkenga - with students given additional avenues to shine and smash through their creative ceilings.
Unitec | Te Pūkenga construction ākonga stepped up to help the Riding for the Disabled West Auckland branch recently by building a new animal shelter after the previous one was swept...
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.