The Scholarship was established to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Māori Studies at Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington. It acknowledges Te Kawa Māui’s continued commitment to providing opportunities for Māori students to learn about Māori culture and society, explore Māori customs, history and traditions and practice how to participate in the Māori world.
The Scholarship is for Māori students who successfully complete the Tohu Māoritanga/Diploma of Māoritanga qualification and are returning to move into undergraduate study at Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington.
This Scholarship is sponsored by the Office of Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Māori).
Who is eligible?
Students are not required to make application.
Once results are published for student results for Tohu Māoritanga course, the successful students will be notified by the Scholarships Office of their award and be advised of the next steps.
Selection will be made by a panel made up of representatives from Te Kawa a Māui and the office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Māori).