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 graduate and current Research Fellow at Te Kawa a Māui.
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 pursued 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.
Eru revitilised his love for te reo Māori at Te Herenga Waka.
The university experience pushed Te Aumihi to further decolonise herself and to articulate herself in te reo Māori.
Te Waia began her studies with the Tohu Māoritanga programme which prepared her for university study, she is now pursuing a Bachelor of Arts.
Find out how studying with Te Kawa a Māui has strengthened Katies understanding of te ao Māori and her belonging in Aotearoa.
Meet Luke and find out why he chose to study a Master of Indigenous Studies with Te Kawa a Māui.