Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa

Massey University

New Zealand’s Defining University

Campuses: Manawatū (Palmerston North), Auckland and Wellington

Massey University has award-winning teachers and world-renowned researchers.

Add this to our committed support staff, and you have the best learning environment possible to help you move towards your future. We develop curious, world-ready graduates who are entrepreneurial and committed to creating a better world.

Colleges

Ākonga Māori

 

Piki mai, kake mai, nau mai, haere mai ki Te Kunenga Ki Pūrehuroa

 

Massey University’s Tiriti-led strategy has sparked a new focus on supporting tauira Māori achievement. This includes Te Rau Tauawhi, the Māori Student Centre, with a team dedicated to helping tauira navigate University life and succeed.

 

Te Pūtahi-a-Toi, the School of Māori Knowledge is the cultural heart of the Manawatū campus, while the Pukeahu Marae development project will provide an exciting cultural and learning space at the Wellington campus.

 

Tauira Māori are also supported by Māori Student Associations on each campus and Māori student recruitment advisors are available to help with enrolment and career advice.

 

Te Rau Puawai Workforce Programme provides bursaries and incredibly successful learning support for students in the field of Māori mental health.

 

The Pūhoro Māori STEM Academy is located at both the Manawatū and Auckland campuses. The programme is designed to guide secondary school students through NCEA, and prepare them for tertiary study across the fi elds of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

 

To find out what Massey – Te Kunenga Ki Pūrehuroa has to offer Māori students, visit www.massey.ac.nz/maori

 

WEBSITE KEY WORD SEARCH: Māori, Māori student advisors, Pūhoro www.massey.ac.nz/maori

Pacific students

 

Kia orana, Ni sa bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Talofa lava, Mālō ni, Malo e lelei, Fakatalofa atu.

 

Massey University has a range of support services available for Pacific students and a revitalised Office of Pasifika Student Success 

dedicated to growing the participation and success of Pasifika students

at all levels of study.

 

Pasifika advisors based on each campus can help with academic and study advice, along with pastoral care. The MANATOA Pasifika Mentoring and Leadership Programme is also available to all first year students providing pastoral and academic study skills support from specially trained student mentors.

Each campus has a fale space for Pasifika students to study and gather, and Pasifika Student Associations provide cultural connection and fellowship.

Pasifika recruitment advisors are also available to offer course and enrolment advice.

 

WEBSITE KEY WORD SEARCH: Pasifika Students

www.massey.ac.nz/massey/students/pasifika-student-services

Student numbers

 

Total (EFTS)

Total (Students)

 

Pre-degree*

Undergraduate

Postgraduate*

 

Domestic

International

 

Māori

Pasifika

 

Part-time*

Full-time*

18,830

30,335

2,425

18,160

10,560

24,920

5,420

3,350

1,545

13,855

11,065

2019 data. Source: Education Counts, Tertiary Statistics/Participation (updated May 2020).

*Domestic students only.

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