Targeted Admission Scheme (Māori)
The Auckland Law School offers entry into Part II under the Targeted Admission Scheme (Māori) to 32 eligible Māori Law students.
In order to be deemed eligible for consideration under the Targeted Admission Scheme (Māori), you must comply with all of the administrative requirements and your application must be approved by the faculty.
To meet the administrative requirements you must:
- Identify as Māori and prove their whakapapa.
- Complete the Targeted Admission Scheme (Māori) Application Form (including providing documentation where appropriate).
- Complete the Student Services Online (SSO) application for admission into Part II enrolment process. Apply for admission on Student Service Online.
Students who are deemed eligible for consideration under the Targeted Admission Scheme go into a pool of "eligible Māori students". These students are ranked according to their academic performance in Part I which is calculated on the basis of their Grade Point Average.
You must identify as Māori and provide your iwi affiliation, your knowledge of te reo, participation in Māori community-based activities and participation in Māori academic programme initiatives for your current year of study. Complete your application and returned it to Law reception.
This information will be updated in September 2018 to reflect changes in the LLB Part II admission requirements.
Prior to the application due date, potential applicants must attend one of the two information sessions run by the Pouāwhina Māori.
In 2017, the first session occurred on October 25 and the second on 21 November.
Information regarding application forms for the Māori Targeted Admission Scheme in 2019 is expected to be available in September 2018.