|Apply and develop the knowledge and skills gained throughout your AUT Māori media or Māori development degree in a work-based setting.
Our students undertake work placements in:
Payment for work undertaken during the co-op is negotiated between you and the organisation. Most students are paid during their co-op placement.
Bachelor of Arts in Māori Development and Social Sciences student
"I've been working as a youth development and projects intern at Youthline since last year. This year I'm also completing my third-year industry placement there, which is a wonderful opportunity."
Read Stevie's story here
Eruini (Eru) Paranihi
Bachelor of Māori Development in Māori Media graduate
"I was lucky that the project I worked on for both AUT and NZME Radio during my final-year work placement led to this amazing opportunity as Flava’s breakfast producer and operations assistant."
Read Eru's story here
Last updated: 31-Aug-2016 9.53am
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.