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Trisha Chand is following in her father's footsteps joining the engineering industry, but she’s also choosing her own pathway.On first leaving high school, Trisha was…
Malakai Alatini was asked to say a few words to inspire the Tonga Barbarians rugby team who played at the World Schools Sevens in December...
As the world watched New Zealand’s ‘go hard, go early’ response to COVID-19, Manukau Institute of Technology nursing graduates, Mary Roberts and Amio Ikihele, watched…
“Asthma-related fatalities are a global health problem, particularly in developing nations where ambulance and emergency medical services are under-resourced.
According to the World Health Organisation, there were 417,918 deaths in 2016, most of which occurred in low and lower-middle income countries."
“Despite everything that has happened in the midst of COVID-19, these kids stepped up to the mark,” says School of Secondary Tertiary Studies (SSTS) Principal, Toe Pune who couldn’t be more proud of this year’s graduating class.
The school provides an opportunity to complete NCEA qualifications in Level 1, 2 and 3 as well as University Entrance. At the same time, students get a taste of various trades and courses available at MIT to help map out the future.
Faith Sio-Namulauulu and Lottie Likati Tovia both walked away last week from the Manukau Institute of Technology Trades Academy Prize Giving with a handful of top awards between them.
When Nadia Singh first learnt about the concept of parentification within her Bachelor of Applied Social Work Te Torino, she began to realise the process came close to home.
“Initially, I didn’t know it was, but when I looked further into it, it became an illustration of my upbringing,” describes Nadia.
Luke Gurnick is the Executive Chef at LaValla Estate in Tuakau, which was announced the Wedding Industry Awards 2019 Supreme Winner – it’s third supreme title.
Manukau Institute of Technology has awarded the title of Emeritus Professor to Dr Stuart Middleton for his lifetime of leadership and advocacy ‘levelling the playing field’ in education.
New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology’s Construction and Infrastructure Centre of Vocational Excellence (ConCoVE) will support learners to build long-term futures, developing and retaining the workforce the country needs.
Manukau Institute of Technology has been chosen as the regional campus to host ConCoVE.