Tuākana Arts is the Māori and Pacific academic community in the Faculty of Arts
Tuākana Arts YR13 to Uni
Tuākana Arts YR13 to Uni supports Māori and Pacific school leavers to successfully transition from Year 13 into our faculty life.
Māori and Pacific at the Faculty
Māori and Pacific students are an important part of the Business School's diverse and vibrant culture and some of the School's top achievers. Find out more in the link above.
Māori and Pacific Support Staff
Access help and assistance on services available to you as a Māori or Pacific student in the Business School
Creative Arts and Industries
Our Tuākana programme is a mentoring service that builds a tuākana-teina relationship to support undergraduate Māori and Pacific students, particularly in their first year of study.
Education and Social Work
Pasifika at the faculty
Find out more about our programmes, meet our team and discover how we can help you succeed with university study.
Encouraging and assisting our Pasifika students to be confident and independent learners.
South Pacific Indigenous Engineering Students (SPIES)
SPIES encourages and supports Māori and Pacific students into all fields and disciplines of engineering.
Phone: +64 9 373 7599 ext 86099
Tuakana engineering programme
The Tuākana Engineering Programme is an academic and mentoring support programme for Māori and Pacific students in the Faculty of Engineering.
Pacific academic and support adviser
Academic and cultural support from enrolment and assignments to advice on choices after your LLB.
Pacific Academic Support Strategies (PASS)
Student support schemes to foster and advance Pacific achievement.
Targeted Admission Scheme (Pacific)
Find out if you’re eligible for this scheme.
Pacific career models
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Pacific Islands Law Students' Association (PILSA)
Building a friendly and collaborative community for Pacific law students - with some fun along the way.
People past and present
25 years of Tuākana support in Science