AUT will open its city campus on 9 September 2015 for AUTAIA, a celebration of Māori success at AUT.
The Māori Open Day will give visitors an insight into Māori student life and achievement at AUT, with faculty demonstration booths, interactive workshops, food stands and exciting performances by prominent Māori musicians such as Mz Kihi and Toiroa, Rob Ruha, and Dreamcatchers Worldwide.
School leavers interested in exploring AUT study options can also meet current students and programme leaders, take a tour of AUT’s facilities and visit Ngā Wai o Horotiu Marae, the heart of Māori at AUT.
Dean of Te Ara Poutama and Pro-Vice Chancellor of Māori Advancement and Learning & Teaching at AUT, Professor Pare Keiha says the event is a fantastic opportunity to showcase Māori success at the university.
“We are proud of the success of our Māori students and staff which underpins our aim to be the University of choice for Māori. AUTAIA is an invitation to all whānau, staff, students, alumni, prospective students, and everyone else to celebrate and be part of the success.”
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AUTAIA – AUT Māori Open Day
9am to 2pm
Wednesday 9 September 2015
Sir Paul Reeves Building (WG)
AUT City Campus