About Te Tari Mātauranga Māori
Te Tari Mātauranga Māori (TTMM) work to support Māori students, research, workshops and other initiatives such as community engagement.
TTMM is based in MIT’s Ngā Kete Wānanga Marae which is intended to be a gathering place for all Māori communities in Auckland and a prominent community facility.
Māori Strategic Plan
TTMM's approach is underpinned by Professor Sir Mason Durie’s vision for Māori education:
- To live as Māori
Being able to have access to Te Ao Māori, The Māori world, which means access to language, culture, cultural practice, marae, and resources, Iwi, Hapū and Whānau.
- To actively participate as citizens of the world
Higher education should open doors to technology, to the economy, to the arts and sciences, to understanding others, and to making a contribution to the greater good.
- To enjoy good health and a high standard of living
Educational achievement correlates directly with employment, income levels, standards of health and quality of life.
Ngā Kete Wananga Marae
09 976 0642
NC Block, Gate 12, 53 Ōtara Road, Ōtara.
Private Bag 94006, Manukau, Auckland 2241, New Zealand
Parking is available in the Guest Parking area outside the marae and the Dilworth building.