A solution to the issues New Zealand dairy owners are facing took out the Most Viable Business Award at the Soda Inc. Innes48 startup competition at Wintec last night.
90 years of providing the skills and knowledge to build a stronger community and thousands of careers created, Wintec is one of New Zealand's largest and leading Institutes of Technology/Polytechnics (ITPs).
With six campuses strategically located throughout the region, we are a leading provider of high quality, vocational and professional education in the Waikato region.
At Wintec you'll discover that you have the power to create your world, the way you want it.
We understand that times are changing. Although our buildings and technology reflects our commitment to that, our very core remains the same.
Our missions and values are unchanged and it is what drives our actions.
Our mission and values may be our core drivers, but our approach is what makes it happen. We understand that times are changing that's why we are committed to keeping up with the modern world.
Serving the Region since 1924
Since 1924, we have been a solid presence in the Waikato. The milestones we've reached and will continue to achieve is embedded in our history and celebrated around the region. We have come a long way since then but just imagine all that we can still do in the next coming years.
Māori at Wintec
The Māori culture and heritage is reflected in us and in what we do. From our marae and our Māori Achievement Unit to support services like Te Kete Kōnae (TKK), our environment nurture Maori ways of knowing and being in order to see successful outcomes.
Today at Wintec
The New Zealand National Fieldays Society awarded two Wintec business students with scholarships valued at $10,000 each.
Eighteen Japanese nursing and medical students landed for the very first time in New Zealand for an academic trip to Wintec and a first-hand experience of Kiwi culture.
Our speaker series RampTalks presents artists’ Margaret Aull, Zena Elliott and Aimee Ratana to discuss their current exhibition at Ramp Gallery Ārai and explore their practices as contemporary artists.
As part of a series of nationwide events to mark the day the IoT Waikato Future Tech Meetup will be hosting the Techweek Waikato launch.
Are you aged 20 or older and thinking about study options for 2018 or 2019? Join us at our information evening.