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What will studying in 2021 be like for me?
Information for new students
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Health,safety and wellbeing
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Contact the Alumni Office
Ngā akoranga Study
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Mō mātou About us
About the University
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Ngā kaupapa me ngā hui News and events
University news and events
Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
Māori ki Tāmaki Makaurau - our presence and achievement in teaching, learning and research.
Glossary of terms and style guide for Te Reo Māori
There are communities and support you can access as a Māori student at the University of Auckland.
Learn about the history of our Waipapa Marae where visitors, new staff and students are formally welcomed to the University.
Waipapa Marae at the University of Auckland
Revitalising Te Reo Māori
The University Language Plan for the Revitalisation of te Reo Māori: Te taonga nō tua whakarere, he taonga mo āpōpō: A treasure from ancient times, and for tomorrow.
The role of the Pro VC Māori
Role of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Māori) at the University of Auckland
Starting your study journey
Options for Māori student entry into the University of Auckland University
Rūnanga provides a forum for discussion about Māori life on campus while bringing a Māori perspective to the day-to-day role of the University.
Faculty support services for Māori students at the University of Auckland
Tuākana is a University-wide learning community that enhances the academic success of our Māori and Pacific students.
If you are a Māori or Pacific school leaver, UniBound can prepare you for a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science programme.
The University Language Plan for te Reo Māori, Te taonga nō tua whakarere, he taonga mo āpōpō: A treasure from ancient times, and for tomorrow.
Te Kūaha is an educational resource for University of Auckland staff and students to learn basic te reo Māori and protocol.
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