Iwi And Hapū Hoki ki tōu maunga reminds us of our inherited responsibilities to people and places of significance. This includes our iwi, hapū, whānau and tribal homes. Establishing and maintaining relationships and connections with those who share common whakapapa allows us access to a larger collective. This whakataukī encourages us to return to our tūrangawaewae to be restored and refreshed within tikanga Māori. Its basic philosophy is to 'know about oneself'. Visiting and connecting to our marae and people is one way we as Māori do this. Iwi and Hapū studies aim to increase the number of people participating in whānau, hapū and iwi affairs and is a core subject area studied by undergraduate and postgraduate students. The study encourages knowledge and confidence in who students are as Māori. All undergraduate Iwi and Hapū courses are facilitated online with a small amount of time given at each noho for face-to-face delivery. Learning is done through Mūrau, our online learning platform, and is suited to all learning styles with tutor assistance every step of the way. Future pathways for graduates of Iwi and Hapū studies include iwi and hapū leadership roles, governance roles, hapū negotiator, historian, researcher, policy analyst, advisors, iwi liaison officers and more. Graduates steeped in reo and iwi and hapū knowledge are highly valued in the modern workforce and Aotearoa society setting you apart from others competing in the same work space. New Programmes Our aim is to develop programmes that meet the needs of our people. We continually look at how we can improve our existing portfolio and increase the knowledge base of iwi throughout Aotearoa. For up-to-date information on all our programmes, visit wananga.com. 27 Prospectus 2020

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