About the course
This subject explores the knowledge, language, culture, politics, methods and theory of Pacific and Indigenous Studies, while teaching students how to interpret new ways of understanding the world.
Intake Months
Trimester A (March) and Trimester B (July)
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Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Estimated annual course fee
NZD 25,160
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Duration
3 Years
English language requirements
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6
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80
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50
Academic entry requirements
Prerequisites
A qualification considered equivalent to a New Zealand bachelors degree with a B average, in a major in a relevant area.

The University of Waikato

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Established over 60 years ago in Hamilton, New Zealand and now a new purpose-built campus in Tauranga, the University of Waikato is a progressive and innovative institution of higher learning. With an eye on the future the university provides students with an international education, aligned with an excellent research culture.
The university is placed in the top 300 institutions globally by the QS World University Rankings 2020 and ranks at 72 internationally for the quality and impact of its research.
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Tauranga CBD Campus - The University of Waikato

101-121 Durham Street Tauranga, New Zealand 3110

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