Manukau Institute of Technology stories
NSP & Extreme Networks - two powerhouses ramping up NZ's cyber security market
What do Super Bowl XLVIII, the London Exchange, and a number of New Zealand’s largest City Councils have in common?
You're invited: Young women get to work with tech mentors
Want to encourage young women in our schools to pursue STEM and exciting careers in the tech sector? ShadowTech Day will help them meet their mentors
Wanted: Women for high-paid, diverse and exciting tech sector
“The tech sector is growing at a pace that means new talent is in demand. This has resulted in the tech sector having some of the highest salaries."
Auckland teens to compete in junior hackathon contest
"The competition is an opportunity to give the next generation a taste of what IT is about."
Bring IT on - The 35th Tertiary ICT Conference in Auckland
Bring IT on is all about embracing new technology and understanding how it can make daily activities easier.
New Zealand's top schools to study IT revealed
“It’s great to see a mix of institutions from large to small, and from across the main centres to the regions achieving accreditation."
Code Camp: MITs workshop for teens who want to code
Following the success of JHack hackathon in July 2015, The Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) is launching another coding boot camp for teens.
MIT: Encouraging NZ's female students to get into tech
In order to encourage young New Zealand women to consider a career in IT, MIT is holding an event on September 3 2015.
Hackathon brings Kiwi kids into the world of IT
New Zealand’s first large scale junior hackathon, JHack, took place this past Saturday in South Auckland.
Shadow IT casts light on tech careers for Kiwi women
Young women are being encouraged to pursue a career path in the technology sector in a new initiative, ‘Shadow IT’.
Smart move for MIT’s new campus
Today marks the official opening of the Manukau Institute of Technology’s (MIT) new ‘smart’ campus. The revolutionary $100 million campus was opened by the Minister of Tertiary Education, Steven Joyce, and Auckland Mayor, Len Brown.