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Pacific acting alumni star in Young Rock TV series

Performing and Screen Arts (PASA) alumni, appear in Young Rock, inspired by the early life of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Applied Sciences students shine online at reptile research conference

Frogs, geckos and skinks might sound like ingredients for a witch’s potion, but they are also the subjects of fascinating research projects presented by our School of Environmental and Animal...

Unitec drives opportunity for carpentry students’ collaboration around Te Pou in America’s Cup Race Village

While COVID-19 has presented its fair share of challenges this year, it has also opened up opportunities. This is demonstrated in the collaboration between Unitec and SkyCity which provides...

Architecture Masters student and designer Rick Kaufusi awarded CUE Haven scholarship

Fourth year Architecture student Rick Kaufusi has been awarded a CUE Haven Community Trust scholarship in recognition of his design work at the CUE Haven native bush reserve overlooking the...

Rebecca Grace Bernard found her thing at Unitec

As one of the students showcased in the latest Unitec brand video, Master of Creative Practice student, Rebecca Grace Bernard is eager to encourage others to follow their passion.

Second day of record-breaking Research Symposium seals a stellar year for Unitec research

Unitec’s record-breaking Research Symposium wrapped up this week with the second day of presentations covering Research with Impact, as well as Early Career Research.

Fiji Researchers Symposium

Celebrating Fijian scholars and researchers around the country

Creativity reigns supreme: designing sustainable outdoor spaces

Patricia Morrison wanted to study Architecture – until she discovered Landscape Architecture. “I didn’t even know it existed!” she says.

Unitec Construction graduates excel at NZ Building Industry Awards

Unitec Construction graduate James Reed has won the Supreme Award at the recent New Zealand Building Industry Awards.

Knowledge is in Your Hands

Not all forms of learning are purely academic. And just as importantly, not everyone wants to learn only through the study of historical precedent.
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