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Whether you want academic support for your studies, cultural guidance or a peaceful place just to talk to someone, our whānau is here for everyone and you are welcome anytime. Nau mai, haere mai.

Real life experience prepares our students for a change in career

A West Auckland-based men’s working group set up by two Bachelor of Social Practice students at Unitec is helping their fellow students talk not only about their studies, but also...

Want to learn Te Reo Māori?

Learn te reo Māori from scratch or improve your existing knowledge with a free evening class.

Whai Ake i te Ara Tika

Whai Ake i te Ara Tika (Whai Ake) is a Māori mentoring scholarship programme based on a tuakana-teina model of older and younger sibling mentorship.

Talking with Teeks

Q&A with Teeks - soul-singing superstar, Te Reo Māori teacher, and Unitec music graduate.

Te Noho Kotahitanga and Unitec

One of Unitec’s most defining features as a tertiary institution, is the formalised partnership between Māori and non-Māori.

Case Study: supporting positive youth development

Studying youth development, within the Bachelor of Health and Social Development programme is a fulfilling way to advance an interest and enthusiasm for engaging with and supporting young people.

Pacific & Maori architecture on the rise

Tuputau John Belford Lelaulu has been chosen as a finalist for the prestigious Cadimage Group Student Design Awards

Is your future in Trades?

Want to apply for a Trades Scholarship to pay for course fees?
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