Submitting your work in te reo Māori

The Open Polytechnic recognises te reo as one of the three official languages of New Zealand.

Te Reo

Kei te whakaāetia e te Kuratini Tuwhera nei, koutou mā e hiahia ana kia whakaoti i o koutou whakamatautau, a, mahi mō tō tohu rānei i te reo Māori. Mēnā e hiahia ana koe kia pēnei, me tukuna mai tō reta ki te Academic Registrar mō tōna whakaaetanga i ngā rā tekau i mua i tō whakaurutanga ki te kuratini nei.

Me mōhio hoki, mēna kei te whakahaerea ōu whakamātautau e tētahi atu wāhi (e.g. Mana Tohu Matauranga o Aotearoa), me waea atu koe ki a rātou ki te whakawhitiwhiti kōrero mō tōu hiahia kia tuhi i te reo Māori.

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Mēna he pātai tāu, me waea mai, tuku īmēra mai rānei ki te Academic Registrar

English

In recognition of the status of te reo Māori as an official language of New Zealand, we will accept summative assessments provided in Māori.

If you are sitting an examination that is administered by an external body (such as the New Zealand Qualifications Authority) you will need to contact them directly to discuss your options.

New Zealand Qualifications Authority website (opens in new window)

Note:

If you want to use te reo Māori for your assessments you must let us know by writing to the Academic Registrar at least 10 working days before your enrolment on a course.

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