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In pictures: MIT opens $100m campus

Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) has opened a new campus that will house the faculties of Business and IT and Logistics. The $100 million building has been built to support BYOD devices, with provision of wifi and cloud storage, for students and faculty. The campus, housed on top of the train station at Manukau, was opened last week at an event that brought together Steven Joyce, minister for tertiary education, skills and employment, and mayor of Auckland Len Brown.

  • Manukau Institute of Technology opened a new campus building last week.

  • The $100 million building will house the faculties of Business and IT and Logistics.

  • David Warburton, CEO of Auckland Transport, spoke during the inauguration of the campus.

  • He was joined on stage by Dr Peter Brothers, CEO of Manukau Insitute of Technology (MIT)

  • Mayor of Auckland Len Brown

  • Steven Joyce, minister for tertiary education, skills and employment

  • The campus is housed on top of the train station at Manukau.

  • The campus is intended to support BYOD devices, with provision of wifi and cloud storage, for students and faculty

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