Te reo Māori language courses

AUT's te reo Māori courses combine cutting edge technology with quality, fun teaching. Broaden your understanding of New Zealand's indigenous language and culture.

Start dates

  • Semester 1, 2019: 25 February to 21 June (semester break* from 15 April to 28 April)
  • Semester 2, 2019: 15 July to 8 November (semester break* from 2 September to 15 September)

*no class during semester break

At this level you will develop basic oral communication and don't need prior knowledge of te reo Māori for beginner courses.

Course fees

From Semester 2 (15 July) 2019, fees apply to domestic and international students:

  • Domestic students: $89.63 (inc GST)
  • International students: $994.54 (inc GST) (plus $150 enrolment fee if you are taking this as a Certificate of Proficiency)

Prerequisites

  • There are no prerequisites for MAOR500 or MAOR501
  • To enrol in MAOR502 you must complete MAOR501 (or complete a Recognition of Prior Learning test)

Course timetables and locations

Introduction to Conversational Māori

Semester 2, 2019: 15 July to 8 November

North Campus

Full

South Campus

Full

City Campus

MAOR500/81: Monday 5.00pm – 8.00pm

MAOR500/84: Thursday 5.00pm – 8.00pm


Te Kākano Māori Language 1

Semester 1, 2019 only: 25 February to 21 June

Closed – paper will be offered again in Semester 1 2020


Te Kākano Māori Language 2

Semester 2, 2019 only: 15 July to 8 November

North Campus

Full

South Campus

MAOR502/M8: Wednesday 5.00pm – 8.00pm

City Campus

MAOR502/51: Tuesday 11.00am – 2.00pm

MAOR502/84: Thursday 5.00pm – 8.00pm

At this level you will further develop oral communication.

Course fees

From Semester 2 (15 July) 2019, fees apply to domestic and international students:

  • Domestic students: $89.63 (inc GST)
  • International students: $994.54 (inc GST) (plus $150 enrolment fee if you are taking this as a Certificate of Proficiency)

Prerequisites

  • To enrol in MAOR601 you must complete MAOR502
  • To enrol in MAOR602 you must complete MAOR601

If you have not completed the prerequisites at AUT, we may ask you to complete a Recognition of Prior Learning test (RPL).

Course timetables and locations

Te Pihinga Māori Language 1

Semester 1, 2019 only: 25 February to 21 June

Closed - paper will be offered again in Semester 1 2020


Te Pihinga Māori Language 2

Semester 2, 2019 only: 15 July to 8 November

South Campus

MAOR602/M8: Monday and Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm

City Campus

Full

These courses are for advanced learners of te reo Māori. Eighty to 100% of class time is conducted in te reo Māori.

Course fees

Full domestic and international fees apply.

Prerequisites

  • You must complete MAOR602 to enrol in MAOR701
  • You must complete MAOR701 to enrol in MAOR702

If you have not completed the prerequisites at AUT, we may ask you to complete a Recognition of Prior Learning test (RPL).

Course timetables and locations

Te Māhuri Māori Language 1

Semester 1, 2019 only: 25 February to 21 June

Closed - paper will be offered again in Semester 1 2020


Te Māhuri Māori Language 2

Semester 2, 2019 only: 15 July to 8 November

City Campus

MAOR702/50: Monday and Wednesday 12.00pm – 2.00pm

How to apply

If you are a current or returning student, email  your student ID number, paper code and class code to: tap@aut.ac.nz

New students (domestic and international)

You can apply online to study a te reo Māori course.

If you want to study a single paper (course), when you apply you should:

  • Select 'Certificate of Proficiency' as the qualification and programme type
  • Select the 'TeReo' pathway
  • Fill out the section on your education and employment, even if you are studying for personal interest

Apply now

Help with applying

If you need help, contact the Student Hub:

After you apply

We will send you a form asking you to confirm your course details. If you don't hear from us, email us and we will check the status of your enrolment.

Email tap@aut.ac.nz

Online learning resources

Te Whanake is a set of textbooks, study guides, CDs, manuals and a te reo dictionary to support te reo learning.

Te Whanake website