Māori at AUT

E te hunga pikoko ki te mātauranga, nau mai piki mai ki te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki-makau-rau.   Tahuti mai ki a mātou ki te whakawhitiwhiti whakaaro, ki te whiriwhiri kōrero mō te ao o te mātauranga.  He wā tōna ka tutuki i a tātou, ō moemoeā me ngā moemoeā o tō whānau, o tō iwi whānui hoki.  Kia kaha ki te whakatinana i ērā moemoeā, hei oranga wairua, hei oranga hinengaro, hei oranga tinana.
Tēnā koutou katoa. 

Welcome from Associate Professor Pare Keiha

Pro-Vice Chancellor Māori Advancement

This is a message of welcome to all who have ever considered studying at a contemporary university that offers innovative qualifications relevant to the changing world. We are here to help ensure your journey at AUT is a positive and supportive one.

You will discover services and qualifications that have been specifically designed to meet your needs and those of our communities. I strongly encourage you on your path to higher education. We will continue to need more Māori graduates in government, health, education, media, business and the sciences to effectively build on our strengths and recognition as Tangata Whenua and bring about positive change for our communities and society as a whole.

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Professor Pare Keiha is the current Dean of Te Ara Poutama, the Faculty for Māori and Indigenous Development. He is also the Pro-Vice Chancellor: Māori Advancement.  Previously, he also held the position of Pro-Vice Chancellor for Commercialisation. Read more of Pare's story.

Last updated: 03-May-2017 12.13pm

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