Master of Māori Studies

If you want to study at an inclusive, professional, supportive and culturally responsive learning environment, Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi stands above all.

The environment is both engaging and challenging, supported by experienced and knowledgeable staff. The noho wānanga (block learning) delivery provided flexibility so that I was still able to work full-time to provide for my whānau. I learnt how important time management, perseverance and SMART goal setting are when it comes to finding strategies to balance study and life. Daily life throws many curve balls your way but you must remain focussed, and remember that your supervisor is only an email away.

Studying for this credential has encouraged me to open all my senses and take every opportunity that presents itself – professionally and personally. I took on this challenge with my father, who also studied for a Masters, and my sister, who completed a PhD. We all graduated together. Completing my tohu has made a positive difference in my life – I am now taking up the opportunity of further graduate study to move into teaching as a career.

Kirimatao Ahomiro, Master of Māori Studies graduate

Kirimatao Ahomiro, Master of Māori Studies graduate