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His own experience helps him relate to tauira who may have left school with bad learning experiences.
Bruce Graham shares why as a Pākeha it was important for him to be comfortable with Māori processes.
A Te Wānanga o Aotearoa te reo Māori programme has proved itself so popular that it is struggling to keep pace with demand.
It’s not just tauira that Kaleb Cave thinks about when he’s busy enrolling students for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.
Kapa haka judge Pomare Tawhai will watch more than 60 groups over three days at this year's ASB Polyfest.
Two down, seven to go. That’s the count for the latest season of popular marae makeover programme Marae DIY.
Along with claiming the trophy for winning the inaugural Hamilton Sevens last week, the Fiji team also had some extra luggage to take home, thanks to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa kaimahi.
At 87-years-old, Valmai Whyte could be one of New Zealand’s oldest graduates from a tertiary education programme.
Inventor Logan Williams is taking an invasive weed out of our rivers and streams to create a sustainable and highly marketable product.
Even on the worst days, turning up to work at the Podium Café overlooking Lake Karāpiro is “something special” say owners Kim Lee and Ali Foers.
Secondary school students will be able to convert their passion for Waka Ama into NCEA credits this year.
On a hot summer afternoon beside the Waikato River at Tuakau, a dozen young kids are playing in the water before being called ashore and formed into a circle.
The Horouta Waka Hoe Club received an unexpected birthday surprise at the Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Waka Ama National champs this week.
An arson attack hasn’t stopped a Tuakau waka ama club from paddling their way to the national champs at Lake Karāpiro. A couple of loaned waka from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa helped them get there.
A new Te Wānanga o Aotearoa programme gives tauira the skills to increase their business nous and their knowledge of kaupapa Māori.
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Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is a uniquely Māori learning environment for everyone. We're not a university or a polytech. We're a wānanga. And that's just a little bit different.
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Certificates, diplomas, degrees and a masters degree, we do it all. And we do it with commitment, aroha, and all the support you might need along the way. Culturally rich and inclusive, we believe that what's good for Māori is good for the world, and we'd love for you to come and experience that.
Our kaiako (tutors) are passionate, experienced, and go above and beyond. Our learning spaces are well-resourced. And the amount of support we have on offer is really impressive. If you want to know the ways we can help you on your learning journey, find out about our student support services.We’ve got sites in 80 towns and cities around the country where you can upskill, get started on a learning journey, or have a second chance at education. So come on, check us out. We'd love you to be part of our whānau.