There is a wide range of support services available to you while you're a student at Victoria.
Victoria offers a wide ranges of student services and support for students, so if you ever run into a problem, there'll be someone who can help.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences website includes a list of resources and links specifically relevant to postgraduate students.
Support for Māori and Pasifika students
Te Kawa a Māui is committed to fulfilling our obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi. There is a range of services in place to support Māori and Pasifika students.
As a Māori Studies student you are an important part of Victoria's student life. You'll feel at home at Te Herenga Waka Marae.
Students are encouraged to make good use of the many services available to you—statistics indicate that there is a much higher success rate for students that access them.
The Māori and Pasifika Liaison Staff in the School are responsible for ensuring the best interests of the students are looked after.
Our Liaison staff are approachable, friendly and committed to the success of students.
Courses with Māori and Pasifika study groups are:
Study wānanga run over a week in trimester 1 and 2, to help students prepare for end of trimester examinations. Māori and Pasifika students are invited to attend specific sessions relevant to certain courses. For targeted events for Māori and Pasifika students see Equity activities.
Students with disabilities
Our School is committed to ensuring all students have equal opportunities to resources and a successful academic journey while studying at Victoria University.
The Disability Liaison Advocate (DLA) for Te Kawa a Māui is
Her role is to create a supportive and inclusive environment for students with impairments by providing a link between their programme and Disability Services, thereby ensuring students receive quality and appropriate support and advice.