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We are

ACADEMICS

GUIDING THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW INTO THE FUTURE

ABOUT TE KEI

Te Kei is the first Māori Academic Development Programme to be implemented across the eight New Zealand universities.  

 

Guided by Mātauranga Māori, the programme has been designed by Maori academics to support the professional and personal development new and emerging Māori academics. 

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WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS PROGRAMME

Throughout the duration of the Te Kei Programme participants can expect to: 

During the 3-day wānanga participants can expect to  

 

  • Stay on the Marae 

  • Engage and hear experiences directly from Māori academics, Māori leaders, university leaders and other tertiary sector industry experts. 

  • Participate in facilitated discussions, career planning and self-reflectionsessions. 

  • Connect with other programme participants and build networks with iwi and industry professionals.  

 

Online Component

Te Kei offers a blended delivery model and during the online component of the programme participants can expect to 

 

  • Engage and participate in facilitated online forums and discussions. 

  • Access a range of academic development support material.  

  • E-connection and networking opportunities with other programme participants and industry professionals. 

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Develop academic and leadership skills and competencies and reflect on how to use them effectively as Māori 

2.

Increase knowledge of the higher education system, and Māori governance and management 

3.

Develop research skills and strategies for the funding environment 

4.

Build social capital through developing personal and professional networks across the New Zealand university system 

5.

Understand New Zealand’s tertiary education sector and the socio-political and economic contexts in which it operates 

Dr Meegan Hall

Programme Developer and Convenor

Fiona Johnson-Bell

Programme Coordinator

OUR PROGRAMME TEAM