The award of the Certificate in Māori Visual Arts (Foundation) Level 4 indicates that the student will be eligible for entry into Year 1 of the degree Te Toi o Ngā Rangi, Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts.
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!
My original research contribution to Māori Knowledge & Development has been in two main areas, urbanisation and tribalisation. Urbanisation as a phenomenon has received little serious attention outside of the work Joan Metge in the 1960s. There has been a tendency to treat urbanization as the antithesis of traditional Māori life even though 80% of Māori live in an urban situation.
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