Find out what study in Te Kawa a Māui is like—read what our students have to say about their experiences.
Meet Amber, a PhD student examining issues related to the treatment of Māori and Moriori remains.
Find out why Te Aka chose to combine Māori Studies with Computer Science.
For Chapman, the Tohu programme provided a supportive whānau learning environment while he was getting to grips with university life.
Meet Mikaia, who is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Māori Studies.
Jacob is exploring the importance of Māori influence in local, national and international government.
Originally from Japan, Naoko was inspired to study Māori language and culture with Te Kawa a Māui.