Future Māori students
Find out what Victoria University of Wellington can offer you.
Admissions, enrolment and course advice
Maori Liaison Officer, Student Recruitment and Orientation, Student Recruitment and Orientation
If you are thinking of studying at Victoria University of Wellington, our experienced course advisers are available to advise you on courses, admissions, and anything else you might need to get you started.
If you want to know more about Victoria University of Wellington, see the campus or make sure you’re on the right track for admission, there’s an event that will provide what you need.
There are many ways to structure your degree, and here you'll find information to help you decide which courses and programmes are right for you. Victoria University of Wellington has over 80 courses from across the University with significant Māori content and Te Kawa a Māui - The School of Māori Studies.
The Tohu Māoritanga | Diploma in Māoritanga is a unique undergraduate diploma offered by Te Kawa a Māui. It is designed as a pathway into the university for people who might not have the usual university entrance qualifications and allows students under the age of 20 (but who are at least 16 years of age) to enrol.
There are a number of scholarships and grants targeted to Māori students which can help you fund your studies.
You know your mind and where your degree could take you, so it’s time to figure out how you will pay for your studies.
Finding the right place to live in Wellington is as important as the right course of study.
Whether you’re ready to go, or need to improve your skills first, the University's services and support will get you off to a great start in your programme of study.
It’s a big decision to go to university. Learn what it’s really like to be at Victoria University of Wellington from current students who’ve been there and done that.