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  • Māori technology tutor marvels at his education journey

    Hohepa Mangu was inspired by Iron Man to study IT here at Wintec | Te Pūkenga. He is now a kaiako (tutor) in our Centre for Information Technology (IT). Hohepa is the third Māori IT tutor we have at Wintec, he speaks fluent te reo, he’s fifth generation Canadian and he had an epic self-discovery journey during the lockdown of 2020. Read on to be inspired!

  • Wintec gives a warm welcome to new international ākonga

    Wintec | Te Pukenga International Student Services team held a fun and interactive event to welcome international ākonga (students) on campus, with 27 countries represented at the orientation session. Many international ākonga are new to not just Wintec, but also New Zealand, so the orientation session was social and engaging, using creative ways to help ākonga understand how things work at Wintec and connect them with all the support they may need.

  • Prime Minister’s Scholarships open up Latin America to Te Pūkenga students

    Wintec | Te Pūkenga has been awarded 15 Prime Minister Scholarships for Latin America to students in the Te Pūkenga network throughout Aotearoa, including some Wintec students. The 15 students are heading off to complete a four-week Summer Programme in 2024 at the University of Santo Tomas, Chile.

  • Te Pūkenga students off to Japan thanks to Prime Minister’s Scholarships

    Wintec | Te Pūkenga has awarded 10 Prime Minister Scholarships for Asia, to students in the Te Pūkenga network throughout Aotearoa, including some Wintec students. The 10 students are heading off to complete a six-week internship programme in Tokyo, Japan in 2024, with placements in accounting, human resource management, operations and production, supply chain and logistics, sales and marketing and strategic management.

  • Dr Hare Puke Scholarship recipients set to grow Māori voice and equality

    Wintec’s prestigious Dr Hare Puke Māori Leadership Scholarship was awarded to two deserving recipients late last year. Nika Wallace (Ngāti Maniapoto, Waikato-Tainui, Ngāti Ruanui, Taranaki) and Cameron Nepe (Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Porou, Waikato-Tainui) were jointly awarded the scholarship, with strong applications that highlighted their desires to continue to learn and grow Māori voice and equality.

  • NCEA results are out and Wintec enrolments are open for 2023

    The wait is finally over for NCEA results and it’s not too late to enrol for tertiary study in 2023. Wintec | Te Pūkenga has timed a series of free information sessions for people who want more information on their study options at Wintec campuses in Hamilton City, Rotokauri and Hamilton Gardens from today, 17 January until 26 January.

  • Performing arts ākonga tell the story of Kirikiriroa to local primary schools

    Wintec | Te Pūkenga School of Media Arts Performing Arts students presented Te Awa – The Untold Pakiwaitara o Kirikiriroa at Wintec's Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa marae recently. This ākonga performance is an outcome of the School of Media Arts rangahau kaupapa to share some of the pūrākau connected to Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa, established in partnership with Tōia Mai.

  • Wintec students design cookbooks with Aotearoa flavour

    The brief to design a cookbook publication has been a fixture in the curriculum for many first year Bachelor of Design students at Wintec School of Media Arts, Te Pūkenga. But this year, with the intention of making the process more “real life”, tutors saw the opportunity to capture the experience of the school’s Matariki celebration where a hāngī is prepared and shared with staff and students at the campus marae, Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa.

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