Whakatāne campus
Main campus at Whakatāne
Innovation, advanced technology and cultural design elements are features of the Whakatāne campus built by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi to help transform educational outcomes for Māori.
Tāmaki Makaurau campus
Tāmaki Makaurau campus for Auckland region
Our Tāmaki Makaurau campus is situated at the heart of South Auckland - Manukau is home to the largest Polynesian community in the world. Our students are at the centre of a vibrant cosmopolitan centre, surrounded by plenty of retail shops and cafés.
Tai Tokerau campus
Te Tai Tokerau campus serving Northland communities
Our Northland site delivers marae-based and block/noho courses at certificate, diploma and degree level. The post-graduate area of study to PhD level continues to grow strongly. Further degree programmes are planned in the fields of Kaitiakitanga/Environment Studies and Education (Teaching).
Nationwide delivery for iwi development
A number of our programme are offered nationwide, especially programmes aimed at iwi development - taking education to whānau and hapu.