At UC we are committed to biculturalism. That’s a good thing for Aotearoa New Zealand, and a good thing for you too. As part of this commitment we work with Ngāi Tahu, the tangata whenua in our region. At UC you’ll gain bicultural perspectives and experience in your courses of study through engaging with course content, ideas and activities in your chosen subjects. You can also take specific courses on Māori language, culture, art, and Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
“The Māori Development Team is really welcoming. When you walk into the Te Ao Mārama building you get a real sense of belonging.”
Ruihi, Bachelor of Education.
“I identify with Māori but I never had the right opportunities to learn it growing up. Being able to engage with it here is really important to me.”
Casey, Health Sciences.