What's on

Workshops, seminars, programmed activities, training sessions, and events – there’s something for everyone

All students and staff at The University of Auckland are invited to participate in free workshops, seminars, activities, and events on offer at Unleash Space.

Open to work on your ideas, projects, ventures and create what you imagine in a free flexible space. We also have scheduled equipment training sessions, Create and Make workshops as well as start-up workshops and inspirational founders and technology innovators coming in to share their stories for you to sign up for. We often run a few training sessions, workshops and events at the same time. 

We are usually open Monday to Friday, 10 am-6 pm and Saturday 10 am-3 pm, however this may vary due to programming, so check out our calendar for confirmed opening times and a snapshot of what’s happening each week at Unleash Space. 

What's on in the Innovation Hub

Book a free session with one of NZ’s leading entrepreneurs to take your venture idea further!

Come along to Startup School and we’ll help you develop your business ideas and turn them into reality!

Come and join a community of entrepreneurs, makers, and innovators for nibbles and networking!

Hear from industry experts on the latest and greatest technology trends and how they are changing the way we live, work and play

Book a free session with a leading subject matter expert to help progress your venture ideas!

What’s on in the Create Space

Once you have read our Code of Conduct and completed the sign-up quiz, you are ready to finalise your Maker Space access at an orientation session.

For those who want to learn how to use the tools, equipment and machinery in the Create Space.

 

For learner makers and creators who want to experience the tools and equipment of the maker space and make a project.

Other events you may like

The Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurships flagship academic programme

New Zealand’s leading entrepreneurs in your faculty’s field, talk about how to turn research into a business