If you want to play a part in shaping a positive social, political and economic future for Aotearoa New Zealand, a thorough understanding of Te reo Māori and tikanga is essential as special taonga, to be shared with all New Zealanders.
With the Bachelor of Arts (Māori) you’ll enhance your career prospects and social standing within the community, while contributing to the ongoing drive to revitalise the culture and language of indigenous New Zealand.
Rosie Dennis, Bachelor of Arts (Māori) – Te Whakangungutanga Ki Ngā Tāiro a Kupe Graduate
Ko Hikurangi te maunga, Ko Mangaporo te awa, Ko Horouta te waka, Ko Ngati Porou te iwi, Ko Te-Whanau a te Uruahi te hapu, Ko Tinatoka te marae
Te reo chose me. I came to Te Manga Maori in support of my sister and on that day I felt such warmth from the students, I was intrigued by the kapa haka and how united they all were. I felt a strong pull to sign up to learn everything about my maori heritage - and I haven't looked back!
Sally holds a part-time cross disciplinary position and works on a number of research and evaluation projects. She has been conducting qualitative health research and evaluation for many years in both academic and community settings in Auckland, Tairāwhiti and Hawke’s Bay.
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Te Ūranga Waka Haka Wars
EIT Te Ūranga Waka students annually hold a fun and entertaining haka war. Certificate and degree students select and practice cultural songs and hakas and compete in a live performance to friends and family.
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