Education Māori Pasifika and Indigenous

Information on this page relates to the 2016 academic year unless otherwise specified.

The individual courses are taught by Te Kura Māori in the Faculty of Education. The Bachelor of Arts (BA) is administered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Overview

Education Māori Pasifika and Indigenous courses contribute to teacher education qualifications, the BA in Education and Education and Psychology, and Education postgraduate programmes. The School engages in teaching and research related to Māori education, policy and practice, Pasifika education and the education of indigenous peoples.

To see which Education Māori Pasifika and Indigenous courses contribute to your programme of study, go to Undergraduate Study, Graduate Diploma of Teaching or Postgraduate Study.

How to find out more

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If you need help deciding what degree might be right for you, or what courses to take, talk with a liaison officer or book a course planning session with us, call 0800 VICTORIA (842 867) or email course-advice@vuw.ac.nz.

If you’re a returning or transferring student, contact the Faculty office for help with degree planning and for information on admission requirements and transfer credit from other institutions.

Faculty of Education office
Level 8, Murphy Building, Kelburn Parade, Kelburn Campus
Phone: 04-463 9500
Email: education@vuw.ac.nz

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences office
Level 4, Murphy Building, Room 411, Kelburn Parade, Kelburn Campus
Phone: 04-463 5745
Email: fhss-enquiries@vuw.ac.nz

Related subjects and careers

Related subjects

Career opportunities

  • Applied researcher
  • Community education
  • Education researcher
  • Government
  • Policy analyst
  • Professional education
  • Training and development
  • Teacher