Our Māori Mentoring Units are dedicated to improving Māori student achievement at Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato.
He karanga maioha tēnei ki ngā tauira Māori o Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato e whai nei i ngā tohu hōnore, ngā tohu paerua rānei.
An annual programme of meetings and workshops for Māori and Indigenous PhD students who are enrolled or interested in enrolling in a doctoral programme.
TPT is a network of Māori staff and students across the University who can advocate and support Māori kaupapa.
Find out which clubs and groups you may be interested in being a part of.
Te Kāhui Pīrere helps to ensure first-year Māori students have the best start possible at the University of Waikato.
The goals of THAK are to increase Māori business capability and awareness and to improve Māori business engagement in the North Asia (NACAPE), the Southeast Asia (SEACAPE) and the Latin America (LATAMCAPE) regions.
This student leadership programme's objective is to develop and nurture Māori students to become leaders and global citizens.