Māori and Pacific students
Māori and Pacific students are an important part of the Business School's diverse and vibrant culture and are some of the school's top achievers.
Nau mai haere mai, warm pacific greetings and welcome to the Business School.
Find out about MOPAS, the Business School’s special admission scheme for Māori and Pacific students.
He Tuākana is a programme designed to assist Māori and Pacific students to realise their potential.
MANAfika is a student club for Māori and Pacific undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Key website resources at The University of Auckland for Māori, Pacific and indigenous research.
Scholarships and awards for undergraduate and postgraduate Māori and Pacific students.
Careers services are delivered through the Business School ASB Careers Centre.
Tuākana Navigating Futures is a strategic vision and plan delivering key initiatives for Māori and Pacific students.
Information about how Māori and Pacific participate in New Zealand’s global economic systems.
Facts about New Zealand’s Māori and Pacific population with links to external website resources.
We have provided a range of resources to help you with both your studies and your professional development.
The Awards honour and celebrate the academic success of Māori and the achievements of our business leaders.
Details of how to contact your Tuākana coordinators, academic staff and advisory group members.
DEPARTMENTS, RESEARCH INSTITUTES, CENTRES AND GROUPS
- Accounting and Finance
- Commercial Law
- Graduate School of Management
- Information Systems and Operations Management
- Management and International Business
- Research centres and groups
- New Zealand Asia Institute
- New Zealand Leadership Institute
- Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning