The idea to build a marae for Unitec came after the former chief executive officer, Dr John Webster, attended the opening of Manukau Institute of Technology’s marae in 1999. A challenge to build Unitec’s first marae was taken up by the late Sir John Turei, and Haare Williams Unitec’s Pae Arahi at the time, on behalf of the institution.
At Unitec, you’ll get exposure to a real-world learning environment that combines industry-leading theory and hands-on practical experience that’ll equip you with all the skills you need to hit the ground running. Learn from industry-experienced lecturers and take your knowledge, skills and connections with you when you graduate.
Research and Enterprise at Unitec focuses on opportunities, challenges and problems brought to us by businesses, entrepreneurs, community groups, central and local government agencies, teachers, students, iwi and hapū. Our strengths lie in our applied and practical focus, our mixture of programmes involving research and enterprise at postgraduate and undergraduate levels, and our strong relationships with community and industry, led by staff.
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There are a number of people on campus who offer support, or can point you in the right direction.
Libraries offer a range of services including print and electronic resources, books, journals, DVDs and newspapers.
There’s free wireless access when you’re on campus and within range.
Whether you’re feeling unwell, have an injury, need some medicine, or just want to talk to someone about a health problem, visit Te Puna Waiora to chat to our team of qualified Doctors and Registered Nurses.
Both of our campuses are 100% smoke-free and they constantly buzz with students of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds. Whichever campus you’re based at, you’ll find there’s always something going on – from social events on campus to action-packed trips out of Auckland with the Experience NZ programme. We also have a wide range of services and facilities on our campuses from shops to childcare.
There are a range of sporting, social, and study-related clubs that you can join. If you can't find one that suits, you can start one.
Very good guidance and support for students and an understanding student support team
enjoyable for the friendliness of student, to many challenges with my studies for classes are not updated
I was a distance learning student at Unitec and being a distance learning student means you cannot comment as much on the social aspect of the university per se. However, the highlights of being a distance student for my Master's in Applied Practice at Unitec were my supervisors. My supervisors provided me with quality guidance and timely feedback that allowed me to think...
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