Open Day

Come join us on Saturday 21 May

We'll be here to help you start your study journey in July with MIT.

Talk to our experienced subject experts and they’ll support you to find the study option that will help you land your dream job. With programmes across 19 different study areas, there’s plenty to choose from.

There will be guided tours through the clinical learning suites as well as through the trades and engineering campus. If you’re ready to take the next step, you can even apply on the day. Our friendly Ask Me! team can help you with your application, certify documents and answer any questions you may have.

  • Find out what it's like to study at MIT

    √ Speak to our experienced staff and career consultants and find a programme that suits you
    √ Take a guided tour of our Manukau and TechPark campus
    √ Chat to current students and find out what they love about studying at MIT

  • Ready to apply, or not sure what to study?

    √ Find out more about our programmes to find a study option that suits you
    √ If you're ready, you'll be able to apply and start your enrolment on the day.

Saturday 21 May

10am – 1pm

Manukau Institute of Technology – Manukau campus,
Corner of Manukau Station Road and Davies Avenue, Manukau, Auckland, 2104
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Free parking is available at the MIT Manukau carpark from 10am – 1pm on the day.

What to bring:

  • All your questions – we are here to help answer them.
  • Your documents for verification. Bring your certified documents or your original copies and we can certify them for you. You will need your ID documents, references, and any other documents we've asked you for, so we can progress your enrolment.

Our next intake is in July. To find out more visit our upcoming intakes page for more information.

Useful information

Don't want to wait for Open Day? Pop into our Ask Me! team today. If you are ready to take the leap now we have programmes starting in July.

Face coverings

The use of face masks are strongly encouraged while on campus.


As per the Ministry of Health guidelines, if you are feeling unwell, please stay home. It’s still important that we use basic hygiene measures, including washing hands and coughing or sneezing into your elbow. Hand sanitizer and face masks will be available onsite.

Contact tracing

Download and use NZ COVID Tracer to record your arrival at MIT as well as movements on campus by scanning QR codes displayed at main entrances and within our buildings. If you don’t have smartphone capability, please use the manual registers to keep track of your movements.