Māori and Pacific research and teaching

With a wide range of Māori and Pacific teaching and research being conducted across the University, there are many postgraduate study opportunities in these disciplines, including research and specialised programmes and courses.

James Henare Māori Research Centre
The centre focuses on issues relevant to the needs of the Tai Tokerau people but also includes national and international networks.

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga
A Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE), which conducts research that addresses needs and seizes upon opportunities arising in Māori communities.

Pacific research
Read about some of the Pacific research and researchers at the University of Auckland.

 

Teaching and research in our faculties


Arts

Master of Indigenous Studies
A new taught programme that aims to develop skills to benefit careers working for and with indigenous peoples.

Māori Studies
Te Wānanga o Waipapa in the Faculty of Arts is home to nationally and internationally acclaimed researchers and experts in the Māori and Pacific worlds.

Pacific studies
Te Wānanga o Waipapa in the Faculty of Arts is home to nationally and internationally acclaimed researchers and experts in the Māori and Pacific worlds.

Business School

Postgraduate Diploma in Business in Māori Development
A two-year programme for people who are engaged in Māori business, leadership, entrepreneurship and management, or for those who wish to learn more about how to work more effectively within the Māori economy.

Mira Szászy Research Centre for Māori and Pacific Economic Development
New Zealand's first dedicated Māori and Pacific research facility in business and economics, aims to enhance the quality of life for Māori, Pacific and other indigenous peoples, their communities, small-to-medium enterprises and nations.

Education

Te Kura o Te Puna Wānanga
Te Kura o Te Puna Wānanga, the School of Māori Education within the Faculty of Education and Social Work.

Pacific Education Research
Read about Pasifika research on education and those who make an impact on the Pasifika future in New Zealand.

Law

The Nin Tomas Indigenous Peoples and the Law Group
Indigenous peoples and the law.

Te Tai Haruru
The Māori Legal Academics Group and support staff based at the Faculty of Law.

Medical and Health Sciences

Māori Health
Māori Health courses in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.

Pacific Health
Pacific Health courses in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.