Te Ara Poutama qualifications

The place and development of Māori within contemporary New Zealand society has long fascinated Bradleigh Cherrington. Studying at university can be intimidating. Bradleigh overcame his doubts and is now a leader among his peers.
This page has links to the full range of Māori and indigenous development qualifications you can study at AUT, including bachelor's and master's degrees and te reo courses.

Undergraduate study

Our courses are dynamic and relevant and give you the tools to succeed in Māori media, Māori development and in te reo, as well as in leadership, technology and innovation.

Postgraduate study

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.

Short courses

We offer a range of te reo Māori short courses as well as short courses on New Zealand history.

Last updated: 07-Mar-2016 9.30am

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.