Māori at Auckland Law School

Māori and Moana Oceania students support

Support offered at the Law School for Māori and Moana Oceania students.

Discover the wide range of scholarships, prizes and awards open to Māori students.

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The Māori Academic Programme (MAP) is designed to strengthen, nurture and promote the desire for academic excellence in the pursuit of your law studies.

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Auckland Law School offers entry into Part II under the Targeted Admission Scheme (Māori) to 32 eligible Māori Law students.

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Te Rākau Ture plays a very important role in the lives of Maori students. The common room is where members meet and study together.

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Learn about the cultural, social and community aspects of the University for Māori students.

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Our Pouāwhina Māori provides Māori students with cultural, pastoral and academic support.

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Lecturer - Jayden Houghton

Jayden Houghton (Rereahu Maniapoto) is a Lecturer and the Assistant Dean (Teaching and Learning) at the Auckland Law School.

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Wiremu is the Kaiārahi at Te Wāhanga Ture at the Auckland Law School, and his work focuses on engagement with iwi Māori communities, schools, and businesses.

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Maori Students

Read more about a handful of our Māori students achieving success at Auckland Law School.

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Teaching fellow - Eru Kapa Kingi

Eru Kapa Kingi, Professional Teaching Fellow, talks about studying at Auckland Law School.