Experience unique Māori culture during your visit to AUT in Auckland, New Zealand. Study Abroad students can take papers (courses) from Te Ara Poutama – the Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development – and take part in a cultural weekend experience.
You can choose from the following papers.
This is one of the most popular papers with students in the Study Abroad programme. It teaches concepts you can apply to your daily life. You will:
If you want to bring about effective change, hope, aspiration and certainty, this is the ideal course.
This is a course for international students who also want to join in the cultural weekend stay at the AUT Marae (traditional Māori meeting place).
The Noho Marae is an unforgettable weekend of learning about Māori culture, traditions and protocol, followed by tutorials in the AUT Marae during the semester.
The Marae will be your classroom where you will study, experience and reflect about what it means to be Māori in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
This is an introduction to the Māori language with an emphasis on:
You don't need any knowledge of the Māori language.
This weekend event is unique to AUT and a highlight for international students.
At the beginning of the semester you have the chance to stay on the AUT Marae (traditional Māori meeting place) for the weekend. You’ll:
There is a cost for this event, which includes food, accommodation, learning and resources. Places are limited.
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