Top Five


Top 5: Celebrity #TBT

Published on March 26th, 2015 | by Jess Kahi

It’s Throwback Thursday so we’ve put together a little #TBT challenge for ya!  See if you can guess who is who and  keep an eye out for the answers this afternoon.   1. This lady is the ... Read More



USA University life: A life changing experience

Published on March 23rd, 2015 | by Ryan Postlethwaite

As a Unitec degree student, you can complete part of your programme in Europe, Canada, America, South America, Asia, or Australia. Ryan Postlethwaite recently returned from his Unijet exchange programme at the University of Central Missouri, ... Read More

Pacific space


Unitec Celebrate Pacific Identities: My Journey

Published on March 21st, 2015 | by Talei Anderson

The Auckland Pasifika Festival is the biggest celebration of Pacific Island culture and heritage in the world, celebrating its 23rd birthday this year at Hayman Park, Manukau. It’s been 8 years since Unitec joined in on ... Read More

Student Council

International Rep

Meet your International Rep. Candidates for 2015

Published on March 19th, 2015 | by Student Media at Unitec

The International Representative is super important to complete our 2015 Unitec Student Council and we need to fill the role as soon as possible to ensure your voice, and those of all other international students, is heard where ... Read More

What's On


Paper Plane Pilot: Giovanni Mamea

Published on March 18th, 2015 | by Student Media at Unitec

Who would of thought, paper planes could actually take you around the world?! The Red Bull Paper Wings competition landed at Unitecs Rec Centre today. The rules are simple: Make a paper plane, throw it and ... Read More


Choc brownies

Recipe: Kahi’s Koko Brownies

Published on March 17th, 2015 | by Jess Kahi

As students, we all get stressed at some stage of our studies. And although we can sleep, exercise and do a whole lot of other things to release that stress – today I’m choosing that good ... Read More

Arts & Culture

Akshay photo


Published on March 16th, 2015 | by Akshay Shah

Unitec student Akshay Shah recently completed his Masters in Architecture (Prof. Hons.) where he explored the use of Bamboo and  how the use of this “vegetable steel” can be appropriate and useful for countries, where the need for going green ... Read More

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