Māori ki Tāmaki Makaurau
The University is committed to promoting Māori presence and achievement in teaching, learning and research.
Message from the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Māori)
Meet Pro Vice-Chancellor (Māori), Jim Peters.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi | The Treaty of Waitangi
Find out how The University of Auckland is committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Read about the Rūnanga and its role, terms of reference and members.
Read about this unique complex where visitors can be formally welcomed to the campus.
James Henare Māori Research Centre
The James Henare Māori Research Centre focuses on providing excellent research to Māori communities in Tai Tokerau
Read about the opportunities at The University of Auckland for Māori staff and academics.
Ngā Mahi Māori Angitu | Life after university
Successful Māori students and graduates tell their stories to encourage and inspire others.
Planning to come to university
Coming to university is all about thinking ahead, planning your future and beginning your own journey.
Ngā Whakapā | Contact information
Contact details for the office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Māori).
- The University
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- Māori ki Tāmaki Makaurau | Māori at the University
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- Equity at the University | Te Ara Tautika
- Giving to Auckland
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