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Nau Mai Haere Mai

Ko tēnei te Whare Wānanga o Waikato e whakatau nei i ngā iwi o te ao, ki roto i te riu o te awa e rere nei, ki runga i te whenua e hora nei, ki raro i te taumaru o ngā maunga whakaruru e tau awhi nei.

Māori ki Waikato

Welcome to the gateway of information for Māori events, support networks and other kaupapa here at Waikato.

  • Te Waiora o Waikato students perform for new Māori students

  • New students are welcomed at the Uni-wide Pōwhiri

  • A hariru and hongi is performed to signify the joining together of tangata whenua and manuhiri

Te Rōpū Manukura

Connecting the University with Iwi and its surrounding Māori communities.

Te Puna Tautoko

Supporting Māori students.

MAI ki Waikato

Supporting Māori PhD Students.

Te Kōwhao

To promote opportunities for staff of the University.

Marae

Marae

Te Kohinga Mārama is the University Marae.

Kīngitanga Day

Kīngitanga Day 2012

Celebrating the University’s distinctive identity, its heritage and its relationship with the Kīngitanga.


Interested in studying at Waikato?

For the increasing number of Māori now considering study at the University, we have Māori Student Recruitment Advisers to help you with study options and information about the University of Waikato, as well as providing information on Māori grants and scholarships.

Alonzo Mason – Māori Student Recruitment Adviser
Phone: 07 838 4554
Email: alonzom@waikato.ac.nz