Me nekeneke! Me nukunuku!
Tēnei te tai o Waitemata, e hora nei.
Me he pipiwharauroa kei tua
Takoto te pai! Takoto te pai!
He karanga tēnei ki a koutou ngā rangatahi, ki a koutou ngā mātua, ki a koutou ngā tohunga o ngā kura katoa, kia anga mai koutou ki te titiro ki ngā mātauranga maha kua puta mai i tēnei Whare Wananga, Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki-makau-rau. Kua horahia whanuitia te rongo o te pai o tēnei Whare Wānanga. He maha ngā tohunga kua puta atu kit e ao whānui. Ko te kupu inaianei koia te Whare Wānanga mō tātou, mō ā tātou tamariki, mokopuna hoki. Koia nei tō koutou ao. Kua whakangāwarihia ngā huarahi, kua whakamāramatia ngā tikanga ki te whai i te mātauranga o te ao whānui. Koia nei te huarahi tika mā koutou e piki ake ai ki ngā taumata teitei. Nau mai, nau mai, haere mai!
Welcome to Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki-makau-rau, The University of Auckland, New Zealand's leading University. Welcome to Waipapa, the University Marae.
The University of Auckland has almost 2000 Māori students on campus, about 50 Māori teaching staff, and many prominent Māori graduates (alumni).
2013 UTAS admission requirements for Māori school-leaver applicants with NCEA level 3 here
Download the 2014 Information for Māori Students here
MAPAS is a supportive environment and structure where students, their whānau and staff accept a commitment to academic achievement within a Māori or Pacific context. MAPAS is available to Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences applicants with indigenous Māori or Pacific whakapapa/ancestry and provides both admission into and support while studying at the faculty.
Download the 2013 information on Te Rau Matatini Scholarships here
The Student Equity team assists Māori students, along with other equity groups, by providing support and information.
How to apply
Admission information including special admission schemes for Māori.
Scholarships for Māori students across a wide range of subjects and programmes.
Māori role models
There are many Māori role models at The University of Auckland and here are a few of their success stories.
Staff contacts include the Māori Students' Adviser and other people who can provide advice.
Faculties, institutes, campuses and library
- Faculty of Arts
- Business School
- National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
- Faculty of Science
- Liggins Institute
- Auckland Bioengineering Institute
- Libraries and Learning Services
- More information...