Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtāgo

University of Otago

‘Only Otago’ for Academic Excellence and Outstanding Experience.

Main campus:  Dunedin

Otago’s specific research strengths are in the medical, biomedical, biological and natural sciences, the liberal arts, and law. Otago’s outstanding academic reputation, strong research culture, and vibrant campus lifestyle attract highly-talented students from all over New Zealand and overseas.

Faculties

Ākonga Māori

 

Nau mai, haere mai, ki Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo

 

Otago tauira Māori and their whānau have access to a wide range of support services, as well as scholarships and a dedicated School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies: Te Tumu.

 

The Māori centre – Te Huka Mātauraka– offers a home away from home for tauira Māori, from pre-enrolment, Turāka Hou – Māori Orientation – through to pre-graduation celebrations, graduation and beyond.

 

Te Rōpū Māori o Te Whare Wānanga o Otago is the Māori Students’ Association.

 

WEBSITE KEY WORD SEARCH: Māori, Māori Centre

ww.otago.ac.nz/maoricentre/index.html

Pacific students

 

Kia Orana, Talofa Lava, Kia Ora, Malo e lelei, Nisa Bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa Lahi Atu, Taloha ni, Fakatalofa atu, Halo oloketa, Mauri, Fakatalofa atu.

 

The Pacific Island Centre, Te Pokapū mā kā ākoka o kā Mouutere o Te Moana Nui a Kiwa supports Pacific students, their families and communities at Otago University.

 

The centre offers Academic Mentoring through the Taimane programme, and can offer tutorial sessions. Supervised study nights are also held.

 

WEBSITE KEY WORD SEARCH: Pacific, Pacific Students

www.otago.ac.nz/pacific-at-otago/index.html

Student numbers

 

Total (EFTS)

Total (Students)

 

Pre-degree

Undergraduate

Postgraduate

 

Domestic

International

 

Māori

Pasifika

 

Part-time*

Full-time*

18,900

21,330

355 

16,040 

5,345

18,190 

3,140 

2,195

1,075

3,160

15,030

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

*Domestic students only.

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