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Unitec New Zealand
Here we educate people for work, in work and through work with a comprehensive portfolio of programmes extending from certificates and diplomas through to degrees and doctorates, across a wide range of professional and vocational areas.
What sets us apart?
Our dual-sector commitment to postgraduate and degree-level study on the one hand, and to vocational education and training on the other, sets us apart from other universities and institutes of technology in New Zealand.
Our focus on real world education further differentiates us, and provides work-ready graduates with professional and vocational skills that are highly sought after in New Zealand and throughout the world.
Although we are currently an Institute of Technology in New Zealand, we are a member of the International Association of Universities and have formal relationships with many overseas institutions.
Photography student Vicky Te Puni will exhibit a multi-media biography of a Pacific Island ethnic journey at the Unitec Grad Show.
Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival is open for submissions from current film students enrolled in tertiary study, as well as recent grads.
The topic Reinventing Public Broadcasting will be tackled in the final Unitec Forum for the Future 2011 debate bringing together media practitioners, academics, students and a live audience.
New research puts the Maori economic base at $36.9 billion. How to harness this business potential is the focus of the third session of Unitec Forum for the Future 2011.
Ken Smith, one of the best known of a new generation of landscape architects, is visiting New Zealand as a guest of Unitec Institute of Technology and reset Urban Design.
Alan Parr, a filmmaker whose short films made the V48 Hours national finals for the last three years running, has won the Unitec Aspiring Filmmaker Study Prize.
Unitec Institute of Technology’s Faculty of Creative Industries and Business students will be exh
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Some of NZ's top choreographers are returning to Unitec to be part of a four-day showcase t
Unitec Institute of Technology will be inviting the design community at Semi-Permanent&