E ngā mana
E ngā reo
E ngā karangatanga maha
Nau mai piki mai kake mai
haere mai ki ngā universities o te motu
Success for Māori is success for everyone and improving outcomes for Māori is an ongoing priority for all the universities.
Te Whakauru Mai: Admission to university
There are a range of pathways into university – University Entrance, preparation courses, etc. Check out our Get in page for more details. If you're still unsure about what your options are, you should contact a university directly or email us at: email@example.com
Tautoko: Māori Student Support Services
Dedicated Māori staff and student support services are available at each university, with services ranging from one-to-one advising and mentoring sessions to tutorials, study wānanga and workshops to help you achieve your study goals.
Many of the universities have a marae or dedicated Māori spaces available. We encourage you to get to know your university whānau and find out how they can tautoko you.
Karahipi Māori: Māori scholarships
All universities have dedicated scholarships for Ākonga Māori. We encourage you to search each university's database to find a scholarship that’s right for you.
Scholarships are available at all levels of study and based on a variety of criteria. Check out the university’s pages and also our Scholarships page.
Kōrero Mai: Te Reo Māori & Assessment in Te Reo Māori
If you're a Te Reo Māori speaker, all universities have policies and procedures that support your assessments being submitted in Te Reo Māori and all promote the everyday use of Te Reo Māori.
For more details, check out each university's website; search “Assessment in Te Reo Māori” or “Te Reo Māori Policy”.
Ngā Rōpū Ākonga: Māori student associations
All universities have Māori student associations. These rōpū represent the interests of ākonga Māori studying at the university. Most organise social, academic and cultural activities. Taking part is a great way to make new friends and get involved in activities on campus.
Ngā Kaihautū Māori: Māori leadership across the universities
Each university has a Deputy Vice-Chancellor Māori or Assistant Vice-Chancellor Māori who provides strategic advice to the university and also provides leadership for:
Māori academic development
Māori student participation and success
Māori staff capability
Māori stakeholder engagement
matters relating to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
These individuals are also members of Universities New Zealand's committee Te Kāhui Amokura.
Te Hononga: Māori university pages