Skip to Content
Find out more about Massey research in Māori knowledge.
My study definitely helped me keep in touch with my culture.Apirana Pēwhairangi
Rugby league player, Warriors
Bachelor of Arts (Māori studies)
It was a great programme, all in Māori. He tohu pai, katoa i te reo Māori.Aroha Rauhihi
Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngāti Ruanui
Te Aho Paerewa Postgraduate Diploma Teaching and Learning in Māori Medium
It has been a life-changing experience for me.Carole Fernandez
Doctor of Philosophy
Massey’s online learning community Stream is such a useful tool. It provided me with so much useful information and a forum to ask questions comfortably.Forrest Butler
Bachelor of Business (Accountancy), minor in Māori Studies
I feel more engaged with the world and the diverse issues that surround our day-to-day existence.Harry Lilley
Manager, Creative Sounds Society Inc.
BA (Geography and Māori Studies)
Studying at Massey has allowed me to combine my interest in planning with my vision to grow indigenous knowledgeHinetákoha Hayley May Millar Viriaere
Policy planner, Wairoa District Council
Master of Resource and Environmental Planning
Young people are contributing to the future of the language and making it relevant to their lives. If any generation is likely to show the future of te reo Māori it’ll be those who can speak Māori, and it’ll be the younger generation who’ve been raised through Māori medium education.Hinurewa Poutū
Teacher, Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Mana Tamariki
Doctor of Philosophy
I love the land and grew up in Mangatainoka wanting to be a builder. When I left school, I became a dairy farmer and now I am combining my interests.Kiri Symonds
Bachelor of AgriCommerce (Māori Agribusiness)
The best part about studying at Massey was access to Māori resources, Māori lecturers and Māori spaces all catered to by Massey.Paulé Ruwhiu
Lecturer, School of Social Work, Massey University
Master of Social Work
The amazing lecturers have open minds about different whakaaro, different types of work and you’re appreciated for your ideas. I wouldn’t be where I am today without the BMVA… the skills to express myself and the confidence and passion I’ve gained in my art and in where I come from, in my pepeha.Puawai Taiapa-Aporo
Social Media and television presenter, "Hey Puawai"
Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts
These courses are free to study. They are not accredited and not recognised as formal qualifications.
Free online courses in Te Reo Māori and Tikanga Māori.
Join us on a guided journey of learning to deepen your understanding and awareness of Māori knowledge.