Linking the city media arts presentation

School of Media Arts

Wintec's School of Media Arts provides innovative, interdisciplinary education that prepares students for careers in the creative industries.

About us

Wintec School of Media Arts provides innovative, interdisciplinary education that prepares students for creative careers. 

Our programmes are all about creativity, getting students problem solving from day one, connecting with industry specialists and mentors, and tailoring learning through real-life projects. We work alongside students to challenge them to be as creative as they can be while reaching their goals.

Take a look inside

Take a peek at student life at Wintec School of Media Arts

What’s it like to be a student here? Get a feel for life at our Kirikiriroa/Hamilton city campus by viewing these videos or following us on social media.

Study with us

Now is the time to turn your creativity into a career.
 
Be part of a creative community and be inspired by the people around you. You’ll have the latest technology at your fingertips, industry respected tutors by your side and when you graduate, an internationally recognised qualification to set you on your way. 

Pathways

Subject areas

Courses

Art and design programmes

Communication programmes

Music and performing arts programmes

Short courses/professional programmes

Get involved

Be part of our community and see how we can work together.

We’re passionate about creating a world where Kirikiriroa/Hamilton city is renowned for its thriving culturally dynamic, creative community. Our mission: create opportunities for inspired ways of learning, for connecting and networking, that all contribute to an arts-active city. Harae mai!  Join us!

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Secondary Schools

From the secondary school sector? Find out what you and your students can do at Media Arts.

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Internships and projects

Need an intern or have a work opportunity or project? Our students have a variety of skills and expertise!

Ruby Nyika seated at Ramp Gallery
The Waikato Independent

The Waikato Independent is an online student project which aims to cover newsworthy events through Waikato and beyond.

Interior design studio
Ramp Journal

This blog is where you’ll find stories to inspire and resources to inform. Topics about music, creative media, arts, and design straight from the experts are just some of the things you’ll uncover here.

NELL LET THERE BE ROBE exhibition
Ramp Gallery

Ramp is a contemporary art gallery, situated in the heart of Hamilton City at Wintec’s School of Media Arts.

Ramp Festival presentation
Ramp festival

Bringing together artists, musicians, arts practitioners, educators, professionals, academics, students, and the public, Ramp Festival provides an annual platform for dynamic discussions, sharing of new ideas and opportunities to put these into practice.

Come on tour!

Want to have a look around the Media Arts facilities?

Contact us via email (media.arts@wintec.ac.nz) and we'll book you in!

A tour takes about 35-45 minutes.

News

  • Hollie Smith returns to Wintec

    Acclaimed New Zealand musician Hollie Smith has returned to Wintec for the second year as Musician in Residence to inspire and lead Wintec Music and Performing Arts students.

  • This student has IT in her jeans

    Buy one of Eunji Min’s backpacks and you can track the recycled denim back to its source in New Zealand, thanks to technology developed by Wintec students.

  • Wintec academic reinterprets the Beatles

    Matthew Bannister is a name synonymous with the memorable 1980's band, Sneaky Feelings. This Wintec academic is about to release an album and tour his version of the Beatles' album 'Rubber Soul'.

Events