Tū Kahika is an award that supports young Māori students interested in a career in health, into and through the University of Otago’s Foundation Year health sciences course and beyond. Tū Kahika prepares students for further study in health sciences (particularly Health Sciences First Year) by providing wrap-around academic, cultural, pastoral and financial support over the year.
0 0 antonycamilleri http://qalead.eu/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/05/04-QA-LEAD.png antonycamilleri2014-11-19 15:08:432014-11-19 15:08:43Tū Kahika Programme Scholarship
0 0 antonycamilleri http://qalead.eu/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/05/04-QA-LEAD.png antonycamilleri2014-11-19 14:23:512014-11-19 14:23:51Study Ability (Opiskelukyky)
This national project initiated by the National Union of University Students in Finland is based on the rationale that improving study ability impacts positively on employment outcomes and well-being. Student representatives and academic staff have been supported to run workshops on study ability.