Kāpuia - Graduate Community
The name Kāpuia comes from a proverb by the late second Māori King. Kīngi Tāwhiao which says: “ki te kotahi te kākaho ka whati, ki te kāpuia, e kore e whati” meaning “when reeds stand alone, they are vulnerable, but bound together they are unbreakable.
This tongi promotes ideas such as unity, camaraderie and strength, ideals that align with the underpinning values of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. The over-arching aim of Kapuia is to allow our graduates to enhance the relationships they forged while they studied with Te Wānanga o Aotearoa and further support their future endeavours.
Some of the services that we’ll look to provide in the future include: