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Māori students respond to the Anamata learning approach. Our student roll consistently maintains a very high Māori population and continues to provide the support and environment required to ensure success for Māori students. 

Our iwi-focused approach combined with culturally responsive teaching practices, learning environments and pastoral support for learners, attracts and retains Māori learners, many of whom go on to enjoy greater success in higher levels of study.

Our destination data shows us that almost all of our students gain employment or are engaged in further education and training.


ARE YOU A MĀORI LEARNER?

Anamata MEETS THE NEEDS OF MĀORI LEARNERS

The vast majority of learners at Anamata are Māori.  Each year in the five years 2013-2017, more than 90% of the students enrolled are Māori.  This compares with:

  • 10% of enrolments in universities are Māori
  • 23% of enrolments in institutes of technology and polytechnics are Māori
  • 30% of enrolments in private training establishments are Māori
  • 60% of enrolments in wānanga are Māori[1]

Māori LEARNERS ARE SUCCESSFUL AT ANAMATA

In the four years 2013-2016:

  • 75% of Māori students at Anamata successfully completed their courses
  •  66% of Māori students at Anamata successfully completed their qualification
  • Course completion was highest at universities, where Māori participation was 90% lower than Anamata[2]
  • Qualification completion was highest in private training establishments, where Māori participation was 60% lower than Anamata[3]

ANAMATA'S MĀORI GRADUATES ARE SUCCESSFUL IN GAINING EMPLOYMENT

  • 90% of Anamata graduates successfully gain employment or progress to higher-level study [based on the average across all programmes for the five years 2012-2016]
  • Māori make up 90% of Anamata enrolments; this means that large numbers of Māori are employed and contributing to whānau, hapū and iwi enhancement in their chosen profession


[1] Tertiary Education Commission, Tertiary Education Performance Reports 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

[2] IBID

[3] IBID


All of our programmes are NZQA approved and accredited For a complete list click here