The Māori media and Māori development courses offered at AUT University's Te Ara Poutama (Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development), lead to expertise in two vibrant fields of employment today. The tikanga Māori and te reo Māori context give AUT graduates a competitive advantage when they enter the job market. Our lecturing staff closely engage with industry to ensure our Māori development programmes are relevant and reflect Māori in the changing world.
Jordan Koziol-Repia, Bachelor of Māori Development in Māori Media
- Marketing and sales
- Production and filming (sound, lighting, producing, directing, scripting, editing)
- Public relations
- Sound engineering
- Te Reo/cultural advisor
- Television presenter.
Grace Latimer, Bachelor of Arts in Māori Development
Dr Rachael Ka'ai-Mahuta,
Doctor of Philosophy in Māori Development
- Consultant — policy and strategic planning
- Government and local authorities
- Iwi development and resource management
- Private enterprise
- Research assistant
- Self employment
- Small business management
- Social services
- Tourism and events management.
Last updated: 27 Sep 2013 1:31pm