Manukau Institute of Technology is a leader in technical and vocational education, delivering a range of academic qualifications from certificate to degree level. Each year 20,000 students, including 1,900 international students, choose to study with us.
The Institute is located in Manukau City in Auckland, the gateway to New Zealand. Continuing growth in both population and economy brings job opportunities for students and graduates alike.
Otara is the main campus for Manukau Institute of Technology. It is set in 12 tree-lined hectares, with large green open spaces and substantial gardens. You'll find us in the heart of South Auckland, with generous parking facilities and close by major public transport links. Six of our seven faculties are located on the Otara campus where you can study programmes in Creative Arts, Nursing, Engineering and Trades, Consumer Services, Primary Industries and Education and Social Services. Some of our facilities are open to the public, such as the hair salons, a garden nursery and our specialised training restaurant, Dine at MIT. There is extensive parking at both North and South campus most of which is free of charge. Just off Otara campus is Auckland Council's Otara Pool and Leisure Centre (a recreation centre with heated swimming pools), a public library, an art gallery and the Otara town centre offering a range of shops and food outlets.
Business, Information Technology, Tourism and Business Admin.
New Zealand Maritime School
Located in the Rabobank Tower in downtown Auckland, our classrooms overlook the city's waterfront and New Zealand's biggest and busiest commercial port. As we are at the heart of the Auckland CBD we enjoy all the advantages of being located at the hub of the waterfront commercial sector.
With the very generous support of industry, we have a modern state-of-the-art training facility in Mangere that is home to our School of Plumbing, Gasfitting and Drainlaying. A fully integrated practical workshop space has been designed, incorporating areas that allow students to practise skills in all aspects of plumbing, including hot and cold water, sheetmetal and roofing, welding and foul water. Gasfitting is also an integral aspect of our programmes, and this is supported by our modern, interactive gasfitting lab. Our modern learning environment also includes a full computer lab, with 20 computers for integrated lessons. Laptops are also available, with wireless internet access for a variety of online learning and easy linking to the standards and codes relating to plumbing and gasfitting.