What do you want to study?
Maori Language Education is a specialisation within the field of teaching.
Maori Studies aims to broaden your understanding of Maori, the Maori world, or ‘te ao Maori’.
Marine Biology looks at all organisms living in saltwater from plankton to whales, and everything else in between.
Marine Engineers are professional engineers who provide the Float and Move functions for ships and boats.
Marine Science looks at how the physical, geochemical and biological processes in the ocean all interconnect.
If you want to get into the fishing, marine tourism and marine transport industries, maritime studies is the way to go.
Marketing is the link between organisations and their target audience.
Massage Therapy is the manipulation of soft body tissue to ‘normalise’ them and return them to a comfortable state.
The study of Materials is concerned with the science and engineering of materials.
Mathematics provides means to understand quantitative aspects and therefore is often complemented with students studying commerce, science or humanities.
From aeroplanes to hair straighteners – mechanical engineers are committed to the use of technology to improve quality of life through system operations..
Mechatronics is concerned with mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic systems, robotics, computer technology and intelligent control.
Media studies involves looking at the techniques, effects and history of various media.
Medical Physics and Imaging Technology is concerned with the application of physics concepts, theories and methods to medicine.
Medicine at university teaches not only clinical science and practical, professional skills, but also how to communicate with people of all cultures and how to work in a team.
Medieval and Early European Studies is the study of European history and culture from 500-1700 AD
Mental Health is about learning how to help people in the community with their mental health problems. These range from depression and anxiety, to drug and gambling addictions.
Microbiologists study microscopic organisms - living things too small to be seen by the naked eye.