Media arts promotion of new programmes

A new world of work needs a new way to learn

Introducing the new specialised Wintec Media Arts degrees.

The Wintec School of Media Arts has a longstanding reputation for excellence in creative education. We are delighted to present our NEW specialised creative degrees.

This is not your usual tertiary programme, but one that provides you with real-world challenges, where you can discover and develop your true capacity to think creatively and solve problems.

It’s a new way of learning that develops your ability to work in teams, preparing you for a world in which collaborative skills are critical.

Our programmes will expose you to new media, social technologies, and the demands of a globally connected, fast moving world.

Above all, our degrees will have you ready to pursue a creative career.

Our degrees:

Upcoming Events

  • Ramp Festival

    Ramp Festival (formerly Spark International Festival of Media, Arts & Design) is once again bringing an entertaining and stimulating week of presentations, exhibitions, and performances from leaders in the creative industries to the region in its 21st year.

  • Ramp Workshop | Suzy Cato

    In this workshop Suzy will share her thoughts on connection, relationships, acceptance and the importance of listening within the communication of broadcasting (print/radio/screen).


NCEA results are out and enrolment is open for 2019

NCEA results are out now

The wait is finally over for NCEA results and it’s not too late to enrol for tertiary study in 2019.

Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec) has timed a series of free information sessions for people who want more information on their study options at Wintec campuses in Otorohanga, Rotokauri, Hamilton City and Hamilton Gardens from tomorrow, 16 January until 24 January.

The sessions cover a range of study options available at each campus and people can meet tutors, ask questions, and even enrol on the day:

  • Otorohanga Regional Hub, 128 - 130 Maniapoto Street, Otorohanga, Wednesday 16 January, 12 - 1 pm and Monday 4 February 10.30 - 11.30am: Automotive Engineering Level 3, Business Level 3 and My Career Pathway – Horticulture.
  • Wintec Rotokauri Campus, The Hub, North Hamilton (by the Expressway), Tuesday 22 January, 3.30 - 5.30pm: Veterinary nursing, rural animal technology, sports science, massage, outdoor adventure, trades, engineering, architectural technology, hospitality and cookery.
  • Wintec City Campus, The Atrium, Cnr Anglesea and Ward Street, Hamilton, Wednesday 23 January 3.30 - 5.30pm: Business, business administration, information technology, nursing, social work, counselling, physiotherapy, midwifery, occupational therapy, support work, education, English, science, art and design, communication, music and performing arts, journalism, interior design, fashion design, foundation studies, beauty therapy and hairdressing.
  • Hamilton Gardens Campus, Cobham Drive, Hamilton, Thursday 24 January, 3.30-5.30pm: Landscape design and construction, horticulture and arboriculture (tree care).

For most New Zealanders, the first year of study is fees-free. You can find out about your eligibility at

For those interested, more details and the option to register for reminder emails can be found at

Wintec has a range of study options from certificate to postgraduate level. To find out more visit