Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) is rated a Category One educational provider by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA).
- Established in 1970
- Campuses: Otara, Manukau, New Zealand Maritime School, Mangere
Purpose/ Vision/ Mission statements
- To get people into great jobs.
- To be widely recognised as the leading Institute of Technology in New Zealand.
- To deliver vocationally focused tertiary education, research and technology transfer that ensures Auckland’s economy, graduates, employers and communities have the capability and skills to achieve their potential
Why Choose MIT
- MIT is strongly connected to its region, its unique cohort of students and diverse business and community groups. Students complete their study at MIT and are well-supported to gain employment in relevant work areas.
- MIT is actively engaged with industry and with its community at all levels of the organisation.
- MIT continues to seek solutions and adopted a community integration approach; a focus on youth and bridging programmes and initiatives previously reported to try and achieve genuine equality and not just ‘an acceptable gap.
- MIT has put in place a range of approaches to engage with young people in the region to create pathways to engage with vocational education and training.
- The governance and management teams at MIT are highly effective in supporting educational achievement.
- Students at MIT gain useful skills, knowledge and qualifications that support them to gain employment and contribute positively to their communities. Across the organisation, students were developing industry-specific skills useful for employment or establishing their own businesses.
- Staff equip students with the skills, capabilities, and the right attitudes to undertake a range of work roles within related industries and professions… there is a genuine desire from staff for students to achieve the best possible outcomes from their study at MIT.