- Te Wheke a Toi: The International Indigenous Centre for Critical Doctoral Studies
- Te Wheke a Toi launch
- Te Kupenga o MAI ki Manawatū - Māori and Indigenous Scholar Network
- Te Rau Angitū: Māori Postgraduate Awards Programme (formerly Pūrehuroa Awards)
- Get advice on postgraduate study at Massey
- Related content
Te Wheke a Toi: The International Indigenous Centre for Critical Doctoral Studies
Te Wheke a Toi offers cultural and whānau-centred support to help current Māori and Indigenous doctoral students succeed. It provides:
- opportunities to come together as Māori to write, kōrero, whanaungatanga and participate in workshops – for example, on how to complete a literature review
- access to presentations by Māori and Indigenous speakers
- online writing wānanga 10am - 3pm, Monday to Friday. Self directed sessions - to connect and write with other Māori postgraduate students
- dedicated study space open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the Manawatū campus, Geography Building room 1.11 for Māori students studying masterates and doctorates.
Also there are opportunities to come together throughout the year for writing wānanga and to share where we are in our doctoral journeys.
We welcome feedback on what information would be useful to you. For more information or to provide feedback please contact Dr Monica Koia.
Other important links and resources
Writing a thesis in te reo Māori
This presentation outlines the qualities needed to be able to produce a thesis in te reo Māori.
Writing a thesis in Te Reo Māori - Professor Taiarahia Black
Graduate Research School
For doctoral application process, entry criteria, and required documentation see the Graduate Research School.
Māori Librarian Services
For details contact Maorilib@massey.ac.nz
The OWLL website includes resources such as recordings on how to do a literature review.
Te Wheke a Toi launch
Launch of Te Wheke a Toi, Toi Te Ora, Te Pūtahi a Toi, Massey University 2019.
Te Kupenga o MAI ki Manawatū - Māori and Indigenous Scholar Network
The Māori and Indigenous programme (MAI), run through Te Kupenga o Mai ki Manawatū, is a network of Māori and Indigenous scholars which aims to build the capability of Māori and Indigenous postgraduate students in Aotearoa New Zealand. The programme is managed by Te Wheke a Toi.
For more information contact Dr Monica Koia or visit the Te Kupenga o Mai website.
Te Rau Angitū: Māori Postgraduate Awards Programme (formerly Pūrehuroa Awards)
Get advice on postgraduate study at Massey
We have more information for postgraduate students on what you can study, where you can study, and how to apply on our postgraduate study pages.
If you'd like to discuss your study options, email Tania Jahnke, Student Recruitment Adviser – Māori at T.Jahnke@massey.ac.nz.