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The school contributes a range of Māori language, development, culture, health and education courses to programmes in areas such as arts, nursing, social work and education.
We emphasise research that promotes a Māori world view. Our staff are involved in research that covers Māori development, health, language, education and more.
If you want to pursue professional sport, getting an education is so important to have that life balance. You can do it at the same time and it gives you something to build on for the future.Apirana Pēwhairangi - Rugby league player, Warriors
Bachelor of Arts (Māori studies)
The te reo courses teach you more than just words and sentence structure. It’s more than just learning the language. It is about actively living the language in everyday life in a fun, safe and comfortable Māori environment.Talisa Kupenga - Reporter, Te Kāea, Māori Television
BA Te Reo Māori (minor)
Meet our academic and professional staff.