Level of Study: 10
The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the highest supervised degree offered by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi: indigenous-university. This course of study is the culmination of having attained a degree with Honours, or an equivalent preliminary qualification. It is awarded for a thesis that demonstrates a candidate's ability to carry out independent research and analysis at an advanced level of study in a particular discipline and/or field.
The PhD degree normally involves a minimum of four year's full-time research and six year's maximum. Minimum period of enrolment is three years.
Entrance into the doctoral programme is through a selection process overseen by the Doctoral Research Committee. Students interested in the PhD should have a relevant qualification through Masterate or Honours programmes. Students with relevant experience and backgrounds in other fields plus a graduate qualification may also apply.
|2013 Estimated Annual Fees:
Domestic Students $4,874
International Students - distance learning from overseas $25,000
|N.B. You will be required to contribute toward the cost of study. The fee above is based on the 2013 domestic fees schedule. While the fees are indicative, you can expect that final tuition fees will not exceed the amount shown.|
MAI KI AWANUIĀRANGI IN WHAKATĀNE AND TE TAI TOKERAU There are nine sites around New Zealand that support students enrolled at other institutions. MAI(Maori and Indigenous Doctoral programmes) is hosted by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga - The National Institute of Research Excellence for Māori Development and Advancement.
In 2008, Te Whare Wānanga o Awanauiārangi ki Whakatāne became a MAI site, followed by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi ki Te Tai Tokerau MAI site in 2010. The MAI programme is run in Writing blocks in Whakatāne and Regional meetings in Whakatāne, Tāmaki Makaurau, Te Tai Tokerau, Hamilton, Wellington , which enables students to meet with an array of doctoral staff and doctoral candidates by attending workshops, seminars, IT courses or just to simply write.
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