Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Wāhanga Tātai Hauora.
What do we do?
We prepare students to make a tangible impact in our communities
Our teaching programmes aim to enhance the health, health care, and wellbeing of individuals and communities, improve health systems, health care, and develop the health sector workforce.
Our graduates work in government agencies like the Ministry of Health and Te Whatu Ora; in local and regional councils and community organisations; in hospitals; in iwi authorities and Pacific Island development agencies; and in private sector health organisations.
We celebrate diversity
Our strongly inclusive environment celebrates diversity, promotes equity, and is underpinned by the University’s Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
We have a high number of Māori and Pasifka students, and the University’s first appointed Poukairangi-Associate Dean (Māori). We are driving the development of Māori and Pasifka scholars and research across all areas of the Faculty.
Our research transforms health systems and communities
We are building on a strong national and international reputation for translational research excellence in health, health care, and wellbeing.
Based in the heart of the capital, our research informs health policy and practice, improves health outcomes, and addresses health inequities.
We connect people, ideas, and disciplines so we can make a difference to New Zealanders’ health and wellbeing. Together, we can shape a healthy future.
Explore our website to find out more about our teaching programmes and research.