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Find out why students are proud to study at Tai Tokerau Campus in the heart of Whangārei.
Being in the classroom and seeing when a child has a ‘lightbulb’ moment makes teaching so rewarding for Mary.
A TeachNZ Career changer scholarship provided Seluvaia with the opportunity to pursue her calling to study the Huarahi Māori programme.
Studying the Bachelor of Education (Teaching) programme at the Tai Tokerau campus has allowed Tyler to pursue his goals of becoming a teacher.
Having a male teacher in high school made it easier for Blake to connect. He wants to share this positive experience with young learners in his community.
Anaru chose a teaching career because he loves building relationships with tamariki.
Keona's experience as a teacher aide inspired her to take the next step to pursue a rewarding career as a Kaiako.
With a passion for te reo Māori, studying a Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Huarahi Māori specialisation allows Krystal Worters to pass on her love of te reo to our next generation.
After completing his bachelors, Tāmati went on to do his masters to pursue his dreams beyond teaching.
The University of Auckland's global reputation opens up opportunities, including international career options, for Awhi.
From a retail background Christian studied teaching because he wanted to commit to a career that will have a positive influence on his community and world.
The foundation programme gives Sarah an insight into what it’s going to be like as a full-time student and the skills she needs to succeed.
Aleisha worked as a banking advisor for five years, before finally pursuing her childhood dream of becoming a teacher.
Latoya enjoys the practicum experience the most. "Sometimes you can be challenged academically; the practicums remind you of ‘why’ you are doing the programme."
What’s the best part about studying teaching in Whangārei? Find out from current students Anaru, Kellie and Renee.
Meet the academic and professional staff who work on our Tai Tokerau Campus.
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