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Unitec graduates take up top Aotearoa Photobook awards

Earlier this year, Unitec Creative Industries graduates Sheryl Campbell and Solomon Mortimer were announced as two of the three winners of the 2022 Aotearoa Photobook Awards.

Keisha Rawiri awarded Kate Edger Scholarship for Master of Architecture Project

Bachelor of Architecture graduate and Ngā Wai A Te Tūī researcher Keisha Rawiri (Ngāti Hine, Ngāti Hāmoa) has been awarded a grant from The Kate Edger Educational Charitable Trust (KEECT)...

Increased family violence funding must enhance support for kaupapa Māori initiatives

The Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence and Sexual Violence, Marama Davidson announced an additional $114.5 million operating funding over the next four years to support the elimination of...

World’s Top University Awards Scholarship to Young Māori Researcher

The world’s top university, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has awarded Jacqueline Paul (Ngā Puhi, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Heretaunga, Ngāti Tūwharetoa) a full ride scholarship. (This means one that covers...

“It’s never too late to learn” – Turning your passion into a profession

Samoan born and raised Lite Elisara graduated from Unitec with a Bachelor in Automotive Engineering in 2015 with his three years of study funded by New Zealand & AUSAid scholarships....

Dogs head to maths class

An intriguing study to see if dogs can be taught to count is underway at Unitec’s School of Environmental and Animal Sciences.

Unitec student Nicola Fraser highly commended in Eden Arts Initiative

A third-year art project helped Unitec student Nicola Fraser retell a story of loss and heartache in her great-great grandmother’s life, earning a highly commended judges award worth $2000 in...

Shortland Street and Unitec creating a community of talent

The partnership giving Unitec students and graduates opportunities on screen.

Shining a light on the shadows – life for Tuvaluan overstayers in New Zealand

New research from Unitec hopes to shine a light on the dilemma of undocumented Tuvaluan overstayers living in New Zealand.

Real-world learning catches the eye of employers

Unitec Scholarships co-ordinator Nirmala D’Souza never thought she’d get back into learning. But after a 25-year gap, she thought she’d give it a go.
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