Getting to and from MIT Manukau has become even easier. Students find the campus easy to travel to and enjoy the many offering Manukau has to offer. With the Manukau mall, shops, cafes, restaurants, and more within walking distance, MIT Manukau is positioned to be a great place to study, work and enjoy life.
Most buses stop on the doorstep of MIT at the main Manukau Transport hub located on the corner of Manukau Station Road and Davies Avenue.
The train station is located directly below MIT and serves as a connection point for travellers using the bus, a bike or walking.
In the future, about 600,000 passengers per year are expected to use the train station, a similar level to Newmarket, only Britomart will be busier. About 1.2 million people are expected to eventually use the Manukau bus station each year.
MIT Manukau Building
MIT Manukau is a fully integrated educational environment. The environmentally friendly building is fitted out with wireless and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)~ technology – bringing the classroom to your laptop.
Designed by architects Warren and Mahoney, the building's focus is the campus heart – a six-story central atrium and the gateway to our Institute.
Our building offers a mix of class and study spaces, including a 250-seat performing arts and lecture theatre, computer labs, media, hardware and network labs, project spaces and a simulated office environment.
Specially commissioned artworks throughout the campus reflect the stories and people of Manukau. The campus also features a dedicated library, retail and food outlets.