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Free Train Travel to Campus Open Day - June 28


Free Train Travel to Campus Open Day - June 28


Manukau Institute of Technology and Auckland Transport are opening the doors for the community to experience the new Manukau Transport & Tertiary Hub.
Everyone is welcome to come and see MIT’s soaring six storey ‘smart’ Campus that sits on top of the new Manukau Train Station.

Auckland Transport is providing free tickets for anyone wanting to travel by train to the Open Day Festivities.

MIT’s seven faculties have curated Interactive Zones so you can experience how technology has transformed learning from lectures into modern, collaborative environments that replicate real workplaces.

Guided tours of the 14,000 m² building allow the first public viewing of the 250-seat Digital Theatre, rugby-field sized Atrium and a view of all seven floors including the transport terminal.

Food stalls, performance art, music, entertainment, train & bus schedules, Hop Cards and information on vocational training, studying and course selection at MIT will also be on site.


MIT Manukau’s Open Day Festival
10am – 5pm on Saturday the 28th of June
Manukau Train Station & MIT Manukau
Cnr Manukau Station Road & Davies Avenue
Manukau CBD

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