Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT)
MIT is a government-owned institution and a leader in professional and vocational education. At MIT, you will study at one of
New Zealand’s largest, high quality institutes of technology.
■ 12 Auckland campuses, 7 faculties and 15 speciality schools, and were established in 1970
■ More than 16,500 full and part-time students, with over 1,500 international students – of which more than 50% are Indian
■ More than 150 countries and cultures represented
■ 1,226 degrees, diplomas and graduate diplomas, and 3,587 certificates were awarded in 2015.
Choosing a quality education provider in New Zealand
What is an Institute of Technology, Polytechnic (ITP)?
An ITP is a specialised government tertiary education provider that delivers applied technical and professional education.
Benefits of studying at an ITP
■ New Zealand ranks second in the Organisation for European Economic Cooperation (OECD) for entry rates into Tertiary Vocational Education Training, TVET programmes.
■ ITPs are New Zealand government funded and quality assured.
■ ITPs have a strong national and international reputation.
You’ll graduate with practical experience:
At the Faculty of Business and Information Technology all our programmes are developed with strong employer and industry involvement.
Our focus is to help you develop the practical skills, knowledge and real-world skills in your chosen area of study. As a degree student
you’ll complete a significant project in industry related to your specialisation, which means you’ll have hands-on experience doing the kind of work potential employers want to know you can do. This will include Curriculum Vitae and interview preparation as well as a mentoring support programme.
Study at MIT Manukau
All of our programmes are taught at MIT Manukau – our purpose-built campus located right in the heart of Manukau. MIT Manukau
is a fully integrated educational environment. The environmentally friendly building is fitted out with wireless and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)~ technology – bringing the classroom to your laptop.
A mix of study spaces throughout the building supports individual and group work, and specialist spaces include a 250-seat performing arts and lecture theatre, computer labs, media, hardware and network labs, project spaces and a business administration office.
With Manukau Station fully integrated within the campus, you’ll also have rail and bus transport to the door, and access to a range of