Welcome from the Associate Dean
Nau mai haere mai, warm pacific greetings and welcome to The University of Auckland Business School.
E ngā manu o Te Waonui a Tane, He Kōtoku, Tākapu, Toroa, Tūī, Kiwi, Kākā, Kererū, Kākapō, Tara, nau mai, haere mai whakatau mai
Yes we can! Future proof the Pacific. Build local knowledge, nations, economies, trust, leadership and collaboration by combining education and research capabilities of Pacific Forum member States and The University of Auckland Business School. Imagine the mana.
Welcome to our community of learning where we have created a culture of support, guidance and excitement to ensure that the learning and studying experience for Māori and Pacific at the Business School is both positive and successful.
Pivotal to the development and success of our Māori and Pacific students is the delivery of two key initiatives, He Tuākana Programme and the MANAfika Student Club.
He Tuākana Programme provides mentoring and tutorial support and is designed to assist Māori and Pacific students to realise their potential and build leadership capacity.
MANAfika Student Club offers social activities and networking opportunities to Māori and Pacific students so to enjoy their time at university and develop important career skills and opportunities.
Whether a high school leaver or mature age student, the Business School will provide the tools, support, confidence, and networks to achieve one's goals and aspirations.
Kia ora, Kia orana, Fakalofa Lahi Atu, Malo e leilei, Bula Vinaka, Talofa lava.
Associate Professor Manuka Henare
Associate Dean, Māori & Pacific Development
Director, Mira Szászy Research Centre
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