Are you a professional working in an Iwi, Maori organisation, or another body that works with Maori communities looking to progress into leadership? Would you like to take on a position of influence within the growing Maori economy, currently valued at $40 billion in Aotearoa New Zealand? Do you have a passion for furthering the aspirations of Maori and indigenous communities?
This Postgraduate Certificate aims to engage participants in critical analysis of models of indigenous development at an advanced level, preparing students for further study in the area of Maori and Indigenous Leadership.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Maori and Indigenous Leadership (PGCertMIL) is open to applicants who have:
For the full entry requirements, see the Regulations for the Postgraduate Certificate in Maori and Indigenous Leadership or use the admission requirements checker.How to apply
The programme takes expressions of interest any time during the year by contacting the MMIL Director. Enrolments must be completed by February in the year you intend to commence the programme.
The programme is held in various rohe across Aotearoa New Zealand each year. We believe it is important to take the programme to our communities.
For 2021, we will be receiving applications for a choice of two cohorts based in:
To enrol in one of the above cohorts, please submit the following via the online portal by 1 December 2020:
We will notify you of the outcome of your application by 31 December 2020.
If you are accepted onto the programme, you will then be asked to enrol online through the myUC system.
For more information, please contact the MMIL Director at Aotahi.
Graduates of this qualification will be in an ideal position to enhance the leadership capability in organisations working with Maori, including Iwi, Maori, government, community, and private sector organisations.