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    Huakina te whare o angitū! Experience NMIT

    For over 100 years Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) has been providing high quality education for the communities of Te Tauihu o te waka a Māui and Aotearoa.  NMIT recently signed a MOU with Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua, reaffirming our commitment to supporting the education aspirations of Iwi.

    More than 100 qualifications

    NMIT offers over 100 qualifications from certificates through to masters, including micro-credentials, short courses, certificates, diplomas, degrees and postgraduate programmes.

    Te Toki Pakohe is the institute's home of Matauranga Māori courses, including Te Reo (Level 1-5) Ngā Toi & Raranga (Level 3). Our team of tutors are dedicated advocates of Te Reo and Tikanga Māori and have a commitment to sharing their passion and experience with others.

    Small class sizes, modern facilities

    NMIT students experience a dynamic place to study with programmes that offer small class sizes, personalised tutor support and modern facilities. A large number of our programmes are available part-time, online or by blended learning. Close ties with industry, Iwi and community allows NMIT to offer work placements, apprenticeships and industry specific scholarships across a number of programmes.

    Te Puna Manaaki

    No matter which programme of study you enrol into- Te Puna Manaaki (Māori learner Support Services) are available to assist you with your journey. Our experienced staff offer one-to-one advice and support sessions, tutorials, study wānanga, and a range of workshops to help you achieve your study goals. We are located within Te Toki Pakohe, our space includes whānau rooms with computer facilities, study areas, kitchen facilities, and space to meet with peers or tuākana.

    Nō reira, e tai mā, nau mai haere mai!

    Contact us directly to discuss your plans for 2021: maorisupport@nmit.ac.nz

    Richard Liddicoat

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    Huakina te whare o angitū! Experience NMIT