STUDY AND ASSESSMENT
How will my work be assessed?
Your progress will be assessed periodically by your kaitiaki as you work through your materials. Particular parts of your programme will need to be done in order for you to complete the programme.
What is expected of me as a student?
We expect you to be open, thoughtful and committed to working through the resources sent to you. You are free to choose the way you participate - in both how you study and how you are assessed. When you enrol on our programmes, you agree to abide by the Student Conduct Rules. We reserve the right to withdraw students from a programme if their behaviour is deemed unsafe, illegal or causing significant problems for students or staff. Full details are set out in the Tauira Handbook that will be sent to you with your first kete (kit). If you have any specific questions please call (NZ) 0800 135 135.
Do I need a computer or internet access to study Open Wānanga programmes?
No in general you don’t, but if you don't have one and would like to use one you can use computers at libraries or internet cafes.
How much time does it take to study an Open Wānanga programme?
We advise that to get the most from your experience on a programme it will take you about 10 - 12 hours per week.
How do I get the materials for the programme I have enrolled in?
When your enrolment is confirmed, your first boxed kete of programme materials will be dispatched to you. An enrolment is confirmed when you have provided us with your application form and documentation relating to your full legal name and residency status (verified copy of your passport or birth certificate).