MAI ki Waikato

Papahuia Dickson

MAI ki Waikato Administrator
Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato
Private Bag 3105, Hamilton

Phone: 
+64 7 838 4426

MAI ki Waikato seeks to develop and nurture a diverse community of Māori and Indigenous scholars across all disciplines. MAI ki Waikato offers a stimulating and nurturing environment for both enrolled and prospective Māori And Indigenous doctoral students from any tertiary institution. We seek to provide vital opportunities for students to network with like-minded people across disciplines. The central values that MAI ki Waikato embrace are panekiritanga (academic excellence), whanaungatanga and manaakitanga. 

 Specifically the MAI ki Waikato programme provides:
 •    Opportunities to engage with the wider Māori academic community
 •    Skill based workshops (reading, presenting, methodologies etc.)
 •    Writing retreats and workshops
 •    Inspirational speakers
 •    Mentors and MAI alumni
 •    Engagement with students in the greater MAI network
 •    Opportunities to present at MAI National Conferences