Ma maori studies in University of otago
Maori Studies is an intellectual discipline within the University, with an academic programme dedicated to the study of te reo me ng tikanga Maori (the Maori language, Maori customary lore, Maori history, Maori performing arts, Maori education and Maori research) in Aotearoa and Te Waipounamu. The introduction of an immersion Maori language programme from 100- to 400-level based on the Te Whanake series by Professor John C. Moorfield provides a strong foundation for the multidisciplinary offerings of papers which constitute our curriculum. Maori Studies is an entry point for students and scholars wishing to engage with knowledge about Maori.
A bachelor's degree, or a first-class or upper second-class honours degree in the same area of study, or a related discipline, as your intended area of research, academic transcripts, ECE, and proof of identity, A detailed research proposal, An up-to date CV, IELTS of 6.5 in the academic module (with no individual band below 6.0), TOEFL ibT of 95 with a minimum writing score of 22, CAE/CPE of 176, (PTE) Academicof 64 with no communicative skills score below 57, EPAP Grade C or higher.
Maori Research Assistant, Maori Counsellor/ Psychologist, Maori Engagement Coordinator, Te reo Maori teacher, Lecturer