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Maori Language Education » Career Opportunities

As a Maori Language Education graduate you will be able to apply to become a practising teacher in both Maori immersion and bilingual schools, as well as mainstream primary and intermediate schools.

Career opportunities include

  • Teacher in Maori immersion/bilingual schools
  • Primary or intermediate school teacher
  • Curriculum development
  • Social worker

Maori Language Education can lead into the following careers

Interpreter

Interpreters convert what people say from one language into another.
Interpreter

Secondary School Teacher

Secondary school teachers teach one or more curriculum subject areas to students of about 13 to 18 years of age at a secondary school.
Secondary School Teacher

Policy Analyst

Policy analysts gather and analyse information to assist in the planning, development, interpretation and review of government or industrial policies.
Policy Analyst

Special Education Teacher

Special education teachers teach students with special needs in learning or communication.
Special Education Teacher

Kaiwhakaako Māori

Kaiwhakaako Maori teach Maori language and culture to primary, intermediate and secondary school students.
Kaiwhakaako Māori

School Principal

School principals provide leadership for their staff and students.
School Principal

Education Officer

Education officers research, plan and teach education programmes to early childhood, primary or secondary school groups, tertiary groups and members of the public.
Education Officer