I have a Pōwhiri that I've been invited to attend to start my journey at MIT. What protocols should I be aware of?
We like to welcome all our students to the MIT whanau with a traditional welcome – either a Pōwhiri or a Whakatau. You can find more about the process here.
What can I get involved in while I'm studying at MIT?
There are a number of student groups to join or you can start one. To find out more about the existing groups or for information on how to apply to start a new club or group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You could also have a role to play as a Student Council member or a School rep through becoming part of the MIT Student Voice.
What happens if something goes wrong while I'm studying? Who should I see?
You can always see your lecturer or a Student Advisorin the first instance.You can find our advisors at either MIT Otara (North campus), Dilworth Building, NA Block, Gate 12, Otara Road, Otara or at MIT Manukau (Floor 2 reception) or you can email email@example.com. If you require support through advocacy you can access this too through Student Support.