The Academic Plan was developed through consultation with staff, students, committees and other groups and was adopted by Council in February 2022.
Responsibility for coordinating the activities necessary to deliver the plan, and for associated monitoring and reporting, rests with the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic.
The Academic Plan has been developed to help operationalise the Strategy and aims to guide and give effect to our aspirations for teaching and learning over the upcoming five years.
Read the full Academic Plan 2022-2026.
|Objective 1||Embed mātauranga Māori into teaching and learning|
|Objective 2||Make the University a more inclusive teaching and learning environment for all|
|Objective 3||Evaluate the University's current efforts to offer students greater flexibility in where and how teaching and learning take place|
|Objective 4||Develop future focused high-quality academic programmes that attract students|
|Objective 5||Continue to grow work-integrated learning opportunities that both engage students and prepare them for successful lives and careers|
|Objective 6||Develop, maintain and rebuild pathways and offshore programmes for international students|