These courses provide foundation knowledge and skills centred on your marae and its cultural uniqueness. The programme helps to develop and strengthen Māori tikanga, āhuatanga and mātauranga Māori. Learning is marae-based and focuses on the cultural uniqueness of hapū and iwi. Māori communities that participate in these programmes create an interest in life-long learning.
||Te Reo, Karanga, Whakairo, Whaikorero, Mau Rakau, Waiata, Raranga, Korowai, Whakapapa, Tikanga, Karakia|
|2013 Annual Fee:
|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.|
|Entry is open to applicants who meet the following requirements:|
||16 years old|
||At the discretion of the Head of School of Iwi Development and/or the Administration Manager.|
Special Entry Requirements:
To participate in our programmes, a marae representative must first attend a presentation conducted by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi: indigenous-university. These are held at the Whakatāne campus on the first Tuesday of every month until enrolment targets are reached. The dates of these can be obtained from the School of Iwi Development. If invited, our presenters may travel to marae to give a presentation. An application can then be made by marae who would like to conduct the programmes.
- Bachelor of Mātauranga Māori;
- Bachelor of Environment Studies;
- Certificate in Te Pouhono;
- National Certificate in Seafood Māori (Customary Fishing);
- Certificate in Te Wai Māori (Freshwater Management);
- Te Awa Reo;
- Te Awa Tūāpapa.
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