About the courseThe Transport Management specialisation within the Bachelor of Applied Technology is a programme for students already employed, or those intending to be employed in the motor trade and spare parts sales, logistics, and management. Learn about the advances in automotive transport technology and find out how international trends affect national decisions in transport applications. Apply the principles of transport efficiency, sustainability issues, and vehicle design analysis and selection for business applications.
Intake MonthsFebruary, July
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AboutUnitec Institute of Technology is New Zealand’s largest institute of technology, with more than 20,000 students studying over 150 work-oriented programmes. From cutting-edge research to industry-recognised study programmes, the institute is committed to excellence in learning and teaching. It’s staffs come from many different backgrounds and have a wide range of experience, knowledge and research interests.
The Institute is home to students from many different countries. At Unitec Institute of Technology, students can choose from over 130 internationally-recognised programmes from certificate to doctoral level. Its a friendly and diverse place where they could study anything from computing to construction. The institute offers great all-rounded student support services and offers to help if students need study advice, cultural guidance or personal support and career guidance. Unitec teaches students the skills they will need in a job through work placements, industry connections, apprenticeships and the excellent facilities on campus.
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Mt Albert Campus - Unitec Institute of Technology
Carrington Rd, Mt Albert, Auckland, 1142Open in maps See all courses at this campus
Mt Albert is green and spacious, with lots of car parking, sports facilities and cafes to catch up with friends. It’s a 10-minute drive to the city, and a short walk to the nearest shops, bus stops and train station. You can use the free shuttle bus to get across campus and if you dont want to commute.