Postgraduate Diploma in Interpreting and Translating Māori - Te Titohu Whakamāori

This diploma is highly specialised. It focuses on producing highly qualified translators and interpreters in spoken and written Māori literature, corporate language, medicine, justice, education, economics, politics, science and technology. The diploma involves two semesters of full time study or its equivalent in part time study. Entry is based on the following criteria:

  • Students must have gained a bachelors degree of good academic performance in which Te Reo Māori is a major subject.
  • Work experience in (or other knowledge of) translating and interpreting; and
  • Assessment of the applicants suitability in terms of experience, motivation, maturity, self-management and communication skills in both Māori and English.

Students who do not meet the above criteria should contact the Faculty for more information.

Students must complete MAOR501 and MAOR507.