Wintec, one of New Zealand’s leading institutes of technology, helps drive the development of a skilled workforce not only in New Zealand, but around the world.
They are a modern institute of technology with a reputation for providing quality education. Their graduates are work-ready and in-demand by employers.
Their students learn professional and vocational skills in stimulating and supportive environments. They offer training in engineering, trades, science, technology, agriculture, sport, health and social services, education, business and manufacturing, tourism, hospitality, events, English language, media and the creative industries. Their qualifications range from certificates and diplomas to degrees and post-graduate degrees.
They employ staff with industry knowledge, often practicing professionals in their given fields of expertise.
To ensure they meet the needs of the job market, they work closely with employers, industry and community organisations to understand and respond to the skills which are required.
Their students come from the Waikato, around New Zealand and the world. They are globally-connected through partnerships with international institutions.
20,000 students (full and part-time)
10 degree programmes, 35 diplomas and 12 postgraduate qualifications
6 campuses (in Hamilton and the greater Waikato region)
25% of their students are Maori and Pasifika
1,000 international students from 52 countries
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