iMAPS (Inspiring Maori and Pasifika Success)

iMAPS (Inspiring Maori and Pasifika Success) are weekly study sessions that provide academic as well as pastoral support for students. First year students who attend are assisted by highly successful 2nd and third year peer leaders.

Our leaders endeavour to encourage, guide and direct first year students transitioning into university and inspire higher learning. The overarching objective of iMAPS is to provide a culturally responsive support programme that enhances the success of Maori and Pasifika students and assist them in reaching their full potential.

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iBSS - Inspiring Business Student Success

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iBSS is an academic support programme established and coordinated by the Equity team in the Faculty of Business and Law to support all first year Bachelor of Business and Certificate of Business students enrolled at the South Campus with their studies. We hold weekly study sessions and workshops for all students studying out south with leaders from 2nd & 3rd year to assist with anything students might be struggling with.

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Last updated: 30-Aug-2016 12.39pm

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