The Faculty of Education and Social Work Epsom Campus.

Education and Social Work

Te Kura Akoranga me Te Tauwhiro Tangata | Find your place at the leading Faculty of Education and Social Work in Aotearoa New Zealand.

View the range of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate study options.

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Rad Fatani Social Worker

View the range of study options in Social Work and postgraduate programmes in Counselling and Community Leadership.

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Summer research students

Advance your knowledge and expertise through postgraduate programmes, courses and research.

Ngā kōwhiringa ako

Find out about our extensive range of workshops, courses and consultancy services.

Haere

Explore specialist te reo Māori teaching qualifications, Māori and indigenous education, and Māori-medium professional learning and development.

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Become a leader and innovator in the worlds of Sport, Health and Physical Education.

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Find out which programmes you are eligible to study as an international student.

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Frank Tasi

Excellent teaching preparation in South Auckland

Deputy Principal Frank Tasi explains how studying teaching at the University's South Auckland programme set him up for a fulfilling career in education.

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Summer research students

For high-achieving students the Summer Research Scholarship is an opportunity to conduct supervised research and receive a stipend of $6,000.

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Tamati Rakena

This scholarship is available for full-time postgraduate study in 2020 in a PG Diploma, Honours or Masters degree.

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Teacher Fredrick Simpson

We offer programmes across four campuses – Epsom, City, South Auckland and Whangārei. Come and explore how our degrees can set you up for life.

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Blake Pattison

Find out what it’s like to study teaching at the University’s campus in South Auckland.

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Come along and experience the life of a student at Epsom Campus and find out about study options at the University’s campus in South Auckland.

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Dr Pat Bullen

Discover what a youth development programme led by the faculty is doing for young people alienated from mainstream schooling.

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students from China

A cohort of international students from China is the first intake for the new Bachelor of Education (TESOL).

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Meet Māori students who are studying at the faculty, find out about our support services and more.

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We pride ourselves on creating a warm and welcoming environment for Pasifika students.

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Find out about what we offer to study at each of our three campuses in Epsom, South Auckland and Tai Tokerau.

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Interested in studying with us? Make an appointment here to meet with a Programme Student Adviser.

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Find out about our range of support services including, learning support, financial support and support for LGTBTI students and staff.

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