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Postgraduate and doctoral study

We offer a wealth of postgraduate and doctoral study options and support.  

Te Wheke A Toi:  The International Indigenous Centre for Critical Doctoral Studies

Te Wheke a Toi logo
Artist credit: Associate Professor Kura Te Waru-Rewiri.

Te Wheke a Toi: The International Indigenous Centre for Critical Doctoral Studies offers cultural and whānau centred support to potential and current Māori and Indigenous doctoral students to succeed. There are opportunities to come together as Māori to participate in workshops, such as how to complete a literature review, along with access to presentations by Māori and Indigenous speakers. There are also weekly, Thursday night whanaungatanga online hui to keep connected and share ideas, making researching less isolating. (Access online recordings.)

There will be an opportunity, at some stage after the rahui, to come together kanohi ki te kanohi for writing retreats and to share where we are in our doctoral journeys.

For more information please contact Dr Monica Koia.

Te Kupenga o Mai ki Massey - Māori and Indigenous Scholar Network

The Māori and Indigenous (MAI) programme is for the enhancement of Māori and Indigenous postgraduate students throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. 

For more information please contact Dr Monica Koia.

Postgraduate study at Massey

Visit the Postgraduate study page for general information about courses and how to apply.

Māori Student Recruitment Postgraduate Adviser

Contact Roni Kumeroa to discuss your study options.
Roni Kumeroa

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