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Unitec and MIT stage first collaborative careers' festival

Unitec and MIT have staged their first ever joint careers festival for the Tāmaki Makaurau region, focusing on Health, Nursing, Social Work and Counselling.

Unitec-Te Pūkenga announces two new Research Centres

Building on its already strong research capacity, Unitec-Te Pūkenga has established two more Research Centres

Unitec Architecture students showcase sustainability at New Zealand’s leading construction and design show

A bike pod made from upcycled materials was the centrepiece of a student-led product display at the BuildNZ show held recently at the Auckland Showgrounds. Thirty students from Unitec’s...

“Don’t let anyone else decide your future.”

Seeing her CV ripped up and thrown in the bin was enough of an incentive for Fijian-born Saras Pillay to decide she was never going to let anyone else decide...

In the media: Celebrating women's rugby with Kaha Cup

Creating a new taonga for women's rugby

Collaborative community graffiti pavilion moves to Henderson

Te Pūtahi Auaha – the community-based graffiti pavilion developed by Unitec staff and students – is to be relocated to a permanent base in Henderson this month.

Denise Messiter - Creating a model of healing

Denise (Ngāti Pūkenga ki Waiau) is an ākonga with our School of Healthcare and Social and is writing her Master's of Applied Practise (Social Practice) thesis. She was made an...

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.

Te Puea Marae transforms approach to transitional housing

Te Puea Marae in Mangere is tranforming the approach to transitional housing support through its unique marae based initiative Manaaki Tangata E Rua.

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)...
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