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  • Nursing dream comes true thanks to a new sport scholarship

    Ngahuia Muru’s dream to become a nurse will become a reality next year, thanks to a new Wintec scholarship. The young Māori female achiever from Whakatane will study a Bachelor of Nursing as the first recipient of the Wintec Midlands Hockey Scholarship.

  • Wintec takes on the Internet of Things

    The Internet of Things or IoT and its potential for influencing change has inspired Wintec to launch IoTWaikato, to explore ways in which this hot-button technology of the moment can empower everyday lives and the region’s economy.

  • Getting to work with sport science experts

    Jako Bekker, an academic staff member from Wintec’s Centre for Sport Science and Human Performance was a Wintec student before he got the opportunity to work in the industry he loves while continuing to study. In the challenging world of sport science, there is a constant demand to improve.

  • Wintec casts a virtual light on Hamilton's roading history

    The projection of time, the way we traverse Hamilton city and a virtual drive are all part of a new exhibition by Wintec staff and students to open at Waikato Museum from Saturday 2 September until Sunday 15 October 2017.

  • Education and determination – the perfect fit for success

    Facing the possibility of life in a wheelchair and challenged with dyslexia, Luke Taylor blames his curious nature for wanting to find answers. He’s now helping others achieve their health, wellbeing and fitness aspirations with a strong belief in himself and a degree from Wintec.

  • Kiwi music legend a role model for aspiring creatives

    Matthew Bannister came to study through his love of music. He played in various Kiwi bands in the 80s and 90s, including Sneaky Feelings, Dribbling Darts of Love and a stint with The Muttonbirds, but soon found it wasn’t paying the bills.

  • Bring Your Own Beamer shines light on the digital arts at #SPARK17

    Global arts initiative Bring Your Own Beamer will run for the fourth time in Hamilton in conjunction with this year’s Spark International Festival of Music, Media, Arts and Design, in a bid to raise awareness of the digital art event within the community and get more students involved.

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