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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.
The second of a three part series of live studio discussions around the impending Auckland Super
Unitec Forum for the Future: Super City | Win or Lose - Session 1: Part Three
Unitec Forum for the Future: Super City | Win or Lose - Session 1: Part Two
What's the case for creating a super city? Why do we need to change regional governance structures to do so?
Session 1, July 20th - Why? - What’s the case for creating a super city? Why do we need to change regional governance structures to do so?
A series of panel discussions around the impending Auckland Super City and how to maximise the be
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Kiwi audiences will get a chance to witness a breathtaking fusion of western and eastern contempo
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Participants in this year’s V48 Hours filmmaking competition are being offered an opportunity to