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Ngā mihi o te wā ki a koutou katoa e pakari nei ki te whai i tēnei huarahi o te mātauranga. Ngā mihi o te wā ki a koutou katoa e pakari nei ki te whai i tēnei huarahi o te mātauranga. E tiki ana te kōrero, ‘ko te manu ka kai i te mātauranga nōna te ao’. Nō reira, kia kaha, kia māia, kia manawanui i roto i a koutou mahi akaoko katoa. Kia kaha hoki ki te tautoko te rōpū Māori i roto i tēnei Whare Wānanga kia tutuki pai ai te kōrero ‘mā tini mā mano ka rapa te whai’.
Te Waka O Ngā ākonga Māori Inc. is the Māori Students’ Association at the Auckland campus of Massey University Albany and was established in 1995 to provide a support base for Māori students. As at most universities, the majority of Māori students at Auckland come from iwi (tribal areas) outside Tāmaki Makaurau.
As a part of our commitment to Māori, Te Waka o ngā ākonga Māori seeks to provide for the various academic, cultural and social needs of our students, including such things as academic advice, guidance, advocacy, tutorial support and assistance, financial advocacy and scholarship advice, establishment and support of study groups, access to study and common areas, local, regional and national representation, opportunities for social, sporting, and cultural activities — kapa haka, te reo classes, on-campus sports, monthly social events, and monthly hui.
All Māori students are welcome to use these resources — it’s a good place to meet with other Māori students.
Nāu mai, haere mai.
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Last updated on Thursday 19 September 2019