Planning for your future is a big step and here at Otago we are here to support you. Otago Māori students and their whānau have access to a wide range of support services, as well as scholarships and a dedicated School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies: Te Tumu.
R.E.A.C.H (REACH): Realising Educational Aspirations for Careers in Health, is a scholarship for Year 13 Māori secondary students interested in a career in health.
Sunday 26 May - Wednesday 29 May 2013 - Closing date for Applications: Friday 12 April 2013
For more information please download the guidelines and the application form
Tel: (03) 470 3593 - Email: email@example.com
On Campus Experience 2013 (Maori Students)
University of Otago On Campus Experience Scholarship
Sunday 12 May – Wednesday 15 May 2013
What is the On Campus Experience? On Campus Experience (OCE) is a fully funded scholarship that provides an amazing opportunity for senior secondary students of Mãori descent to sample living and learning at the University of Otago. Students will explore the Otago campus and the student city of Dunedin. They will have the opportunity to attend lectures in their areas of interest as well as meet academic staff and students. They will experience life in a residential college and meet the Mãori Centre staff that provides great support for Mãori students when they come to Otago.
Apply to attend the On Campus Experience
Closing date for applications: Friday 15 March 2013
Ngā Mahi-a-Ringa Pūtaiao Scholarships
The University of Otago's Divison of Sciences is proud to present the Ngā Mahi-a-Ringa Pūtaiao (NMP) Scholarships. These are fully funded scholarships that provide a wonderful opportunity for secondary school students of Māori descent (who will be Year 12, in 2014), to participate in a weeklong Hands-on Science (HOS) programme in January 2014; updated information coming soon
Contacts: Ashley Te Whare Kaitakawaenga Māori/Māori Liaison Officer
Tel 09 373 9731
Cell 021 279 9731
Support for Māori students
- Māori Centre
- Māori Liaison Officers
- Māori Counsellors Kaiāwhina Māori (Academic Divisional Māori student support)
- Māori Library Resources and Information Services
- Te Roopū Māori/Māori Students’ Association
- Departmental Māori students groups and associations
Making my decision to study at Otago
Planning your course and choosing papers can be confusing, even if you know exactly what you want to study.Otago offers the best of both worlds: a supportive, social environment, plus we’re serious about academia!