Is this programme for me?

Are you:

  • involved in Māori and Indigenous business and/or
  • a business owner, manager or administrator wanting to enrich your business skills and knowledge and/or
  • keen to turn your management experience into a postgraduate qualification?

If so, we offer three pathways to the Masters.

What are the three pathways to the Masters?

The diagram below outlines the different ways you can progress through this programme. Please contact us if you’d like to discuss your options.

 

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Course codes displayed above will vary across institutions.

What are the entry requirements?

 

NO DEGREE
  • at least five years management experience

Apply for the Postgraduate Diploma in Māori and Indigenous Business.

With a GPA ≥ 5 (B) from the Postgraduate Diploma apply for the Master of Māori and Indigenous Business.

BACHELORS DEGREE
  • a bachelors degree with a GPA ≥ 4 (B-) or equivalent and
  • at least three years management experience

Apply for the Master of Māori and Indigenous Business.

BUSINESS DEGREE (HONS)
  • a business degree with honours with a GPA ≥ 4 (B-) and
  • at least three years management experience

Apply for the Master of Māori and Indigenous Business.

Note:  Admission is subject to having performed to an acceptable level in academic aptitude tests and/or interviews as prescribed by the programme’s Board of Studies.

What are the fees?

The fee per course is $2,192.85. Note that amounts shown are indicative only.

NO DEGREE
$17,542.80

Postgraduate Diploma
(2 years – 8 courses – 120 points)

WITH GPA ≥5 (B) APPLY FOR MASTERS

$17,542.80

Masters
(2 years – 8 courses – 120 points)

BACHELORS DEGREE
$26,314.20

Masters
(3 years – 12 courses – 180 points)

BUSINESS DEGREE (HONS)
$17,542.80

Masters
(2 years – 8 courses – 120 points)

What other costs can I expect?

You should allow for up to $2500 annually for additional costs for your admission fee, student services fee, the two-day wānangaThe wānanga is a two-day workshop and printing.

What is the time commitment?

 

NO DEGREE

FOR POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA

  • Part-time
  • 8 courses
  • 2 years
  • 4 quarters each year
  • 10 weeks per quarter

FOR MASTERS

  • Part-time
  • 8 courses
  • 2 years
  • 4 quarters each year
  • 10 weeks per quarter

 

BACHELORS DEGREE
  • Part-time
  • 12 courses
  • 3 years
  • 4 quarters each year
  • 10 weeks per quarter
BUSINESS DEGREE (HONS)
  • Part-time
  • 8 courses
  • 2 years
  • 4 quarters each year
  • 10 weeks per quarter

Do I have the time?

Adding study to an already busy life can be challenging, and people often underestimate the amount of time that studying takes. This workload planning tool will help you think about the different activities involved in your week and how much study you might be able to incorporate. Results are a guide only.

Find out

What technology do I need?

You must have your own devices to complete this programme. You’ll need access to a webcam, a fast and reliable internet connection and a printer. Find out about the requirements for the learning management system Canvas.

Am I ready for this programme?

This survey will help you identify whether you’re ready to learn online.

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