Te Kaharoa is a free access, multi-disciplinary, refereed, electronic journal with a focus on indigenous issues in the Pacific region. It accepts but is not limited to articles dealing with language, culture, art, history, anthropology, development studies, and other disciplines associated with the indigenous peoples of the Pacific.
Our advanced qualifications in Māori and indigenous development offer a unique opportunity to combine learning about te ao Māori with exploring best practice business models. We offer a range of postgraduate programmes with a research component, including master's degrees and a Doctor of Philosophy. Our supervisors and funded projects give postgraduate students the opportunity to really explore their potential.
We focus on supporting students in their academic pursuits. Postgraduate wānanga and a dedicated postgraduate room are part of the unique support system that Te Ara Poutama has in place.
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