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					SELECTED ENTRY APPLICATION


CREATIVE ARTS




Applications close: 15th October
Completing the form                                                         Solicitor; Police Officer; Military Personnel; School or Deputy Principal,
The information you give on this selected entry form (pages 3-6) is         Teacher; Board of Trustees Member; School Careers Advisor; Public
used by academic advisors as part of the selection process for entry to     Trust; WINZ Staff; Church Minister/Rector; Kaumatua; Registrar of
design and fine arts programmes.                                             a tertiary institution or Deputy; University Academic, or University
                                                                            Administrative staff.
Admission to University                                                     All verified copies must be notarised (signed and/or dated) on the front
In order to streamline the process, if you have never enrolled at Massey    of the document.
before, we also ask you to complete the Enrolment Form (pages 7-12).        Do not send faxes or copies of verified copies.
This means that if you are selected for entry to a programme we will not
have to come back and ask you to complete a second set of forms.            The signatory must identify their official designation and location on the
                                                                            front of each page of the copy (preferably with an official stamp) and
Selection procedures and portfolio requirements                             write the following words (or words to the effect): “This is a true copy of
For detailed information relevant to each programme, please refer to        an original document that I have sighted”.
the “Introducing Design and Fine Arts” book.                                Failure to provide correctly verified documentation may lead to
                                                                            withdrawal of access to services such as library facilities, computer
Design Programmes                                                           laboratories and, ultimately, the withholding of examination results.
Applications (portfolio of work, completed selected entry forms and         Please do not send us original documents. If you do send in originals
$30 application fee) for the 2011 academic year will be accepted from 1     then Massey University does not guarantee secure return of these
July 2010 until Friday 15 October 2010 (the 2011 Semester Two deadline      documents to you.
is Friday 13 May 2011). Late applications may be accepted subject to
space being available but intending applicants are strongly urged to        The University-Student Contract
contact the College by the due date. Unforeseen late applications may       The University and the Student form a contractual relationship when the
be wait-listed only.                                                        University enrols the Student as a member of the University community.
                                                                            What follows are the terms of that Contract which the University and
Fine Arts Programmes                                                        the Student accept are to govern their relationship, along with statute,
Application submissions for the 2011 academic year will be accepted         and with the regulations and rules of the University.
from 1 July 2010 to 15 October 2010. Late applications may be consid-
ered subject to space being available.                                      The University will:
All applicants will be given an interview. Applicants will be advised by    1 Use best endeavours to provide the Student with tuition and
telephone, post or e-mail of interview time and location. Applicants will     supervision of a professional standard in the course(s) in which the
be required to bring a portfolio of their own work to this interview.         Student is enrolled.
                                                                            2 Act reasonably and fairly in exercising its powers under the
Need help?                                                                    regulatory framework and this Contract.
If you need help answering any questions, simply call our Helpline:         3 Give reasonable notice of any changes in the course(s) required
                                                                              because of changes in funding, staffing or other reasonable cause.
phone 0800 MASSEY (0800 62 77 39)
                                                                            The Student will:
Ready to send?                                                              4 Use best endeavours to fulfil the requirements prescribed by the
When you’ve finished filling in this form please send it, along with any         University for the course(s).
attachments asked for and a $30 application fee (complete remittance        5   Observe the regulations and rules of the University and accept the
advice on page 14), in the addressed envelope. We will send an ac-              jurisdiction of the University in all matters connected with academic
knowledgement to you advising that we have received your application.           progress and with discipline.
Every item in your portfolio must be identified with your name.              6   Pay the fees prescribed by the University for the course(s).
Send to:                                                                    The University and the Student also agree:
Postal address - Wellington           Postal Address - Auckland             7   The Contract is formed when a Confirmation of Enrolment is issued
College of Creative Arts              Auckland School of Design                 for the programme(s).
Massey University                     College of Creative Arts
                                                                            8   The Contract will continue for the period for which the Student is
PO Box 756                            Massey University
                                                                                enrolled by the University and will then end. However, clause 12 will
Wellington 6140                       Private Bag 102 904
                                                                                continue to apply after the Contract ends.
Delivery Address - Wellington         North Shore Mail Centre
                                      Albany                                9   The University and the Student may enter into further contracts, in
College of Creative Arts
                                                                                subsequent periods, by repeating the process in clause 7.
Museum Building Room 10A84            Delivery Address - Auckland
Massey University Wellington          Auckland School of Design Office       10 The relevant Admission Form, Enrolment Form, Confirmation of
Campus                                Massey University                        Enrolment and material published in the Calendar also form part
Buckle Street                         229 Albany Highway                       of this Contract, but nothing else shall be incorporated into the
Wellington                            Albany Village off Kell Drive            contractual relationship between the Student and the University.
                                      (next to Albany Library)              11 Liability for failure to perform this Contract is excluded where that
                                      Albany                                   failure has been caused by circumstances beyond the control of the
                                                                               University or the Student.
Verifying your documents                                                    12 Any dispute arising out of or in connection with this Contract, or
You need to attach verified copies of proof of identity, qualifications you
                                                                               otherwise relating to the performance by the University or its staff
have gained at high school and since leaving school.
                                                                               of their responsibilities to the Student, shall be resolved through the
What’s a verified copy?                                                         Grievance Procedures prescribed by the University (see Calendar
A ‘verified copy’ is a photocopy of an original document that has been          or http://calendar.massey.ac.nz/) which shall be the exclusive
signed and dated for authenticity by one of the following: Justice of the      procedures for resolution of such a dispute.
Peace (JP) or Notary Public; Doctor or General Practitioner; Deputy
Registrar and/or Officer of the Courts; Minister of Parliament (MP);

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SELECTED ENTRY FORM
Please fill in this form if you want to be considered for selection into one of the College of Creative Arts programmes.
If you need help with any question, phone 0800 MASSEY (0800 62 77 39).

Personal details                                                  Proposed study at Massey
Surname or family name                                            Programme/s you want to apply for (indicate your first and second
                                                                  choice by entering 1 or 2 in the appropriate box)
                                                                        Bachelor of Design (Hons) (Code 5706)
First or given names                                                    Please indicate area(s) of interest (in order of preference if more
                                                                        than one):
                                                                              Fashion Design
Date of birth                                                                 Industrial Design
Day                    Month                Year                              Integrated Design
                                                                              Photographic Design
                                                                              Spatial Design
Massey ID number (if known)                                                   Textile Design
                                                                              Transport Design
                                                                              Visual Communication Design
Mailing address (the address you want all mail sent to)                            Advertising
Street name and number                                                             Graphic Design
                                                                                   Digital Media
                                                                                   Illustration
Suburb                                                                        Not yet known

                                                                        Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) (Code 5705)
Town/city                                                               Bachelor of Design, Fashion and Business
                                                                        (Joint Major) (Code 5509)

                                                                        Diploma in Photography (Code 5403)
Country                                            Postcode
                                                                        Diploma in Fashion Design and Technology (Code 5303)

                                                                        Certificate in Art and Design Studies (Code 5201)
Contact details
Phone (daytime)         (         )                                     Graduate Diploma in Design (Code 5424)

Phone (evening)         (         )                                     Subject area

Cellphone               (         )                               At which campus do you want to study? (Please refer to note below)

E-mail                                                                  Albany*

                                                                        Wellington**

                                                                  * Albany: Bachelor of Design (Hons) and Graduate Diploma in Design,
                                                                    Industrial Design, Integrated Design, Transport Design and Graphic
                                                                    Design only.
                                                                  ** Wellington: All programmes
                                                                     Note: All Bachelor of Design majors will be offered except for
                                                                     Integrated Design and Transport Design.
  Office use only
                                                                  Level of study
  Date received
                                                                        First year in design or fine arts
  Application fee received            Yes     No
                                                                        Second year or above
  Academic certificates received       Yes     No

  Portfolio received                  Yes     No/Not applicable         Seeking credit for previous tertiary education. Please complete
                                                                        the Application for Credit Towards a Massey University
  Portfolio number                                                      Qualification form in this pack or available on our website
  No. of pieces
                                                                        http://enrol.massey.ac.nz, or by calling 0800 MASSEY (627739)

  Size



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Academic history
High School qualifications
Attained    Currently sitting
                                NCEA Numeracy (14 credits at Level 1 or higher)

                                NCEA Literacy (4 credits in reading and 4 credits in writing at Level 2 in English or Te Reo Mäori)

                                NCEA Level 2 Certificate

                                NCEA Level 3 Certificate

                                University Entrance
                                      NCEA
                                      Bursary
                                      Other
Note: The admission process to the Design and Fine Arts programmes is subject to the candidate meeting the appropriate entry requirements of the
University.
Previous tertiary education
If, since leaving school, you have undertaken any programme/course of study at a polytechnic, university, or other educational organisation, please
give the details asked for below.
Name of institute/                      Degree/certificate or other
organisation attended                   qualification you studied                Main subject area                                           Completed

                                                                                                                                      Yes         No

                                                                                                                                      Yes         No

                                                                                                                                      Yes         No

                                                                                                                                      Yes         No


Declaration
I declare that all the pieces of work included in my portfolio (whether
submitted or brought to the interview) are my own personal work.

Signature




Date:




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SELECTED ENTRY FORM

Fine Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) applicants only.
What attracts you to a programme of study in fine arts at Massey University?




Describe any visual art activities in which you have participated (eg group or solo exhibitions, volunteer work, commissions, awards, membership of
art association etc.):




What areas of contemporary art practice particularly interest you?




Are you currently enrolled (or have you previously been enrolled) in Fine Art studies at another tertiary provider?        Yes         No
If yes, please provide information:




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                                                                                                         SELECTED ENTRY FORM

APPLICATION PROCESS FOR ENTRY                                              APPLICATION PROCESS FOR ENTRY TO
TO DESIGN PROGRAMMES                                                       FINE ARTS PROGRAMMES
STEP 1                                                                     STEP 1
Obtain Selected Entry Application by phoning 0800 Massey (0800             Obtain Selected Entry Application by phoning 0800 Massey (0800
627739).                                                                   627739).
Applications for 2011 open 1 July 2010 and close 15 October 2010*.         Applications for 2011 open 1 July 2010 and close 15 October 2010*.
STEP 2                                                                     STEP 2
APPLICATION                                                                APPLICATION
Complete all relevant pages of the booklet.                                Complete all relevant pages of the booklet.
Send to College of Creative Arts, Wellington or Auckland School of De-     Fine arts applicants do not send a portfolio at this stage.
sign along with your Portfolio, qualifications and a non-refundable $30     Send completed application to College of Creative Arts, Wellington as
application fee (please complete remittance advice on page 14).            well as a non-refundable $30 application fee (please complete remit-
STEP 3                                                                     tance advice on page 14).
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT                                                            STEP 3
The receipt of your portfolio and application will be acknowledged by      ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND INTERVIEW ARRANGEMENTS
letter.                                                                    The receipt of your application will be acknowledged and arrangements
STEP 4                                                                     for interview time and location made by e-mail, telephone or letter.
SELECTION INTO PROGRAMME                                                   STEP 4
Selection is based on the portfolio of your own work and previous          INTERVIEW AND SELECTION INTO PROGRAMME
academic results.                                                          Fine arts applicants are required to bring a portfolio of their own work
STEP 5                                                                     to the interview. Selection is based on the portfolio of work discussed at
                                                                           the interview and previous academic results.
OFFER OF PLACE AND ENROLMENT
Successful applicants will be advised of an offer of place by letter and   STEP 5
will receive an Enrolment Pack.                                            OFFER OF PLACE AND ENROLMENT
STEP 6                                                                     Successful applicants will be advised of an offer of place by letter and
                                                                           will receive an Enrolment Pack. Offers of place are subject to meeting
ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER OF PLACE AND ENROLMENT INTO PAPERS
                                                                           standard criteria for admission to the university.
Taking up the Offer of Place is subject to meeting standard criteria for
admission to the university.                                               STEP 6
Successful applicants must respond to the College Office by the date        ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER OF PLACE AND ENROLMENT INTO PAPERS
given in the letter                                                        Successful applicants must respond to the College Office by the date
a. accepting their place in the programme and                              given in the letter
b. enclosing their enrolment form showing papers to be studied.            a. accepting their place in the programme and
                                                                           b. enclosing their enrolment form showing papers to be studied.
STEP 7
CONFIRMATION OF PLACE                                                      STEP 7
Students who already have University Entrance and those who achieve        CONFIRMATION OF PLACE
University Entrance in the NCEA examinations will be confirmed into         Students who already have University Entrance and those who achieve
their programme of study.                                                  University Entrance in the NCEA examinations will be confirmed into
Students who have been accepted onto the programme but who do not          their programme of study.
achieve University Entrance will be contacted in January with regard to    Students who have been accepted onto the programme but who do not
an alternative programme of study.                                         achieve University Entrance will be contacted in January with regard to
* Late applications may be considered subject to available space.          an alternative programme of study.
                                                                           * Late applications may be considered subject to available space.




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ENROLMENT FORM
Please fill in this form if you are enrolling for the first time at Massey University. If you need help with any question, phone
0800 MASSEY (0800 62 77 39) or +64 6 350 5701 if calling from overseas.

1. Massey University Student ID number                                        5. Gender
If you have already been given a Massey University Student ID number,         Tick box
please write it below (if known).                                             Male        1                  Female         2


                                                                              6. Date of birth
2. Name                                                                       Day                Month                 Year
Please write your full legal name and attach a verified copy of your
birth certificate, whakapapa or your passport.
Surname or family name                                                        Attach a verified copy of birth certificate or whakapapa (that includes
                                                                              your date of birth) or valid passport.

                                                                                Office use only                    Verified        Not verified   Not supplied
First or given names                                                                                          1                 2              3




3. Preferred first name                                                        7. Main contact address
If you prefer to be known by a different first name to the one shown in        (normally your residential address while you are studying, otherwise a
Question 2, please write it below.                                            current reliable contact address).
                                                                              You must advise Massey University of any address change while you
                                                                              are studying.
                                                                              Street address
4. Changed your name
If your current name is different from the name on your birth certificate,
passport, or citizenship certificate, or the name showing on any
qualifications you have gained, you must also provide an original or           Suburb
verified copy of one or more of the following as formal evidence of each
change:
•   Marriage or civil union certificate                                        Town/City
•   Certificate of dissolution of marriage or civil union
•   Deed poll
•   Statutory declaration issued by an appropriate authority such as a
    Justice of the Peace, School Principal.                                   Postcode

Any document concerning a name change must include both the old
name and the new name.
                                                                              Country
Surname or family name                                       Office use only
                                                                Verified
                                                              1
                                                               Not verified
First or given names                                          2               8. Contact details
                                                              Not supplied    (E-mail is Massey University’s primary method of contact).
                                                              3
                                                                              Phone (daytime) (          )

Surname or family name
                                                                  Verified     Phone (evening) (          )
                                                              1
                                                               Not verified
First or given names                                          2               Cellphone          (       )
                                                              Not supplied
                                                              3
                                                                              Fax                (       )


Surname or family name                                                        At the time your Student ID is created you are also given a Massey
                                                                  Verified
                                                                              email address; you will be notified of your assigned address once your
                                                              1
                                                                              enrolment is processed. Alternatively, to forward your Massey email to
                                                               Not verified
                                                                              another one, please write your preferred email address here:
First or given names                                          2
                                                              Not supplied    E-mail
                                                              3




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                                                                                                                    ENROLMENT FORM

9. Previous contact address                                               Massey University is committed to providing equal
(Main address where you have lived in the last 12 months, if different    educational opportunities for all students. The information
from Question 7).                                                         you supply in this section is used for statistical purposes
Same as Question 7 (please tick)                                          only. We are required to collect the following personal
Street address
                                                                          details on behalf of the Ministry of Education.

                                                                          12. Citizenship
                                                                          The first time any student applies to enrol at Massey University they are
Suburb
                                                                          required to show proof of citizenship and eligibility to study.
                                                                          Please tick one box from A, B, C or D below to indicate your citizenship
                                                                          status. Then in the right hand column please tick to show which form
Town/City                                                                 of documentation you are supplying with this application form. It is
                                                                          essential to provide a verified copy of documentation.
                                                                          If you are a citizen of a country other than New Zealand and have
Postcode                                                                  a student/work/visitor permit, or, you are an Australian citizen or
                                                                          permanent resident intending to study from Australia, you must
                                                                          complete the separate International Application form, found on our
Country                                                                   website at http://international.massey.ac.nz

                                                                                A 200       New Zealand Citizen
                                                                                                  New Zealand birth certificate
10. Alternative contact address
(An alternative address that Massey can use to contact you. Eg home,                              New Zealand Passport
next of kin, employer).                                                                           Certificate of New Zealand Citizenship or letter of
Street address                                                                                    confirmation

                                                                                                  A statement of whakapapa stating your full name,
                                                                                                  date of birth, and counter signed by a kaumataua
Suburb                                                                                            or a notable member of the Maori community.

                                                                                                  Birth Certificate with place of birth stated as Cook
                                                                                                  Islands, Niue or Tokelau
Town/City
                                                                                B 200       New Zealand Permanent Residency
                                                                                                  Passport with New Zealand Permanent
Postcode                                                                                          Residency stamp
                                                                                                  My country of citizenship

Country

                                                                                C 215       Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident

11. Emergency contact                                                                             Australian birth certificate
Please identify the person you would like us to contact in an                                     Australian Passport
emergency.
Name                                                                                              Passport with Australian permanent residency
                                                                                                  stamp

                                                                                            Note: to enrol as a domestic student you must be
What is this person’s relationship to you? eg parent, husband, brother,                     resident in New Zealand while studying.
sister
                                                                                D 200       Refugee status
                                                                                                  A document from the New Zealand Immigration
                                                                                                  Service as evidence of your application for
Phone (daytime)     (        )                                                                    refugee status. (English courses only)


Phone (evening)     (        )


Cellphone           (        )

                                                                           Office use only                     Verified    Not verified   Not supplied
Fax                 (        )                                                                            1             2              3


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ENROLMENT FORM

13. Ethnicity                                                               16. IRD number
What ethnic groups do you belong to? (You may tick up to three boxes).      If you intend studying and applying for a Student Loan, please write
                                                                            your IRD number below.
        01   NZ European/Pakeha

        20   NZ Mäori

If you tick this box, please complete the Iwi/Tribal Affiliation             Interest Free Student Loans and other Interest Write-Offs
(question 14) below                                                         On 1 April 2006, legislation was introduced to make student loans
                                                                            interest free for borrowers living in New Zealand.
        31   Samoan
                                                                            Completing your IRD number is voluntary. This is requested so the
        34   Niuean                                                         Ministry of Education can share information with the IRD regarding
                                                                            student enrolments. If you choose to provide your IRD number on the
        32   Cook Island Maori                                              enrolment form this will be included with your enrolment details and will
                                                                            be reported to the Ministry of Education.
        36   Fijian
                                                                            For more information on interest free student loans, visit
        33   Tongan                                                         www.ird.govt.nz/studentloans

        35   Tokelauan                                                      17. High/Secondary School attended
                                                                            Please name the high/secondary school you are currently (or were last)
        51   Chinese
                                                                            enrolled at.
        37   Other Pacific Groups
                                                                            Name of School
        68   Other South East Asian

        52   Indian
                                                                            Town/City
        89   Other (please specify)

                                                                            Country
14. New Zealand Mäori – Tribal affiliation
Please refer to the list of Iwi codes at the back of this form, and enter
the appropriate four-digit code(s) below. If you identify with more than    Last year of attendance
                                                                                                                            Office use only
one iwi, please list in order of priority.
Iwi code
First
                                                                            18. Highest school qualification
                                                                            What is the highest level of achievement you hold from secondary school?
Second
                                                                            You may have achieved a number of credits or a National Certificate at a
                                                                            certain level on the National Qualifications Framework. Your NZQA record
Third                                                                       of learning shows how many credits you have. Alternatively your highest
                                                                            achievement may have been an award such as School Certificate or New
                                                                            Zealand University Entrance. (Tick only one box)
15. Prior activity
Please tick your main activity as at 1 October.                                   81    NCEA Level 3 or Bursary or Scholarship

        01   Secondary school student                                             06    NZ University Entrance

        02   Not employed or beneficiary (excludes retired)                        07    NCEA Level 2 or Sixth Form Certificate

        03   Wage or salaried worker                                              08    NCEA Level 1 or School Certificate

        04   Self-employed                                                        40    14 or more credits at any level –
                                                                                        no formal qualification
        05   University student
                                                                                  30    Overseas qualification (includes International
        06   Polytechnic student                                                        Baccalaureate and Cambridge exams)
        07   College of Education student                                         09    No formal secondary qualifications
        08   Houseperson or retired                                               98    Other, please specify:
        09   Overseas (regardless of what you were doing)

        11   Private training establishment student

        12   Wananga student

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                                                                                                                   ENROLMENT FORM

19. Language of instruction                                                   Attach
                                                                              • a personal statement outlining the reasons why you wish to study at
Was English the language used to teach the subjects in which you
                                                                                 university
achieved your highest school qualification?
                                                                              • a statement from your academic adviser, usually your school princi-
           1     Yes If Yes, please go to Question 20                            pal, commenting on your readiness for university study.
                                                                              • any interim results for your current year of study
           2     No    If no, please answer the following questions:
                                                                              I have completed:
What was the language used?
                                                                                   81    NCEA L3

                                                                                         Year of examination
Have you sat an English language competence test?
                                                                                         NSI number
           1     Yes
                                                                                   25    Another university entrance qualification
           2     No
                                                                                         in New Zealand.
If yes, please provide the following details:                                            Qualification name
Name of test


                                                                                         Attach a verified copy of your results
Score                                                 Year taken
                                                                              I wish to apply for Discretionary Entrance and I have completed:

                                                                                    55   NCEA L2
Please attach a verified copy of your test results
                                                                                         Year of examination
     Office use only                                 Supplied   Not supplied
                                                1              2
                                                                                         NSI number

20. Programme of study                                                        Attach
Please write your programme of study code (not major) and programme           • a personal statement outlining the reasons why you wish to study at
title. See programmes and codes listed on page 3.                               university
                                                                              • a statement from your academic adviser, usually your school
Code                              Title
                                                                                principal, commenting on your readiness for university study.

                                                                              APPLICANTS UNDER 20 YEARS OF AGE WHO HAVE STUDIED OUTSIDE
                                                                              NEW ZEALAND MOST RECENTLY
21. Admission to Undergraduate                                                Choose ONE, refer to fee requirements below, and go to question 23
Programmes                                                                    I am waiting for the results of a university entrance qualification
                                                                              completed overseas
Complete this section if you are applying for an undergraduate
programme (eg Bachelor of Design (Hons) or Diploma in Photography),                25    Country
otherwise go to question 22.
For a description of programme levels and types of admission, please                     Qualification name
refer to page 17 or call 0800 Massey (0800 627739).
Please choose the one type of admission that applies to you and follow        Mail a verified copy of your results to us separately as soon as they are
the instructions shown for that type of admission.                            available.
APPLICANTS UNDER 20 YEARS OF AGE WHO HAVE STUDIED
IN NEW ZEALAND MOST RECENTLY                                                  I have completed a university entrance qualification overseas

Choose ONE and go to question 23                                                   25    Country
I am waiting for results from:
          80     NCEA L3    NSI number                                                   Qualification name

          25     Another university entrance qualification                     Attach a verified copy of your results.
                 eg International Baccalaureate
                 Qualification name                                            I have attended a school outside New Zealand but have not completed
                                                                              a qualification

                                                                                    25   Amount of time attended school
I wish to apply for Discretionary Entrance but don’t yet have results                    outside New Zealand
from:                                                                                    Highest school qualification obtained
                                                                                         in New Zealand (if applicable)
          55      NCEA L2   NSI number
                                                                                         Attach a verified copy of any results obtained
                                                                                         at your overseas school.

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ENROLMENT FORM
There is a $100 non-refundable fee for assessment of overseas qualifi-                06   New Zealand University Entrance examination
cations unless the qualification has already been assessed by the New
Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA).                                                   Year of examination
Please attach evidence of NZQA assessment or complete the Payment
of Fees Remittance Advice and include your payment with this form.                   20   Another university entrance qualification in
                                                                                          New Zealand (Cambridge International
                                                                                          Examinations or International Baccalaureate)
      Payment enclosed – please complete page 14
                                                                                     20   A university entrance qualification overseas.
APPLICANTS 20 YEARS OF AGE OR OVER WHEN BEGINNING THE
PROPOSED PROGRAMME OF STUDY                                                          20   None of the above, I am applying on the basis of
                                                                                          the adult admission regulations
Choose ONE and go to question 23
I have successfully completed:

      81    NCEA Level 3, New Zealand Bursary or
            Scholarship examination, completed in
            New Zealand

            Year of examination



22. Admission to Graduate and Postgraduate level programmes
Complete this section if you are applying for a graduate or postgraduate programme (eg Graduate Diploma, Postgraduate Diploma or Masters
degree). Otherwise, proceed to question 23.
For a description of programme levels and types of admission please refer to page 17 or call 0800 Massey (0800 627739).

Applicants who have studied at Massey University

      25    I have previously studied at Massey University.

Applicants who have studied at another New Zealand tertiary education institution

      25    Please complete the following table to indicate your study at another New Zealand tertiary education institution(s).

Name of tertiary institution         Programme of Study                      From                     To                                 Completed

                                                                                                                                   Yes         No

                                                                                                                                   Yes         No

                                                                                                                                   Yes         No

                                                                                                                                   Yes         No

Attach a verified copy of your academic transcript showing results from each year of study.

Go to question 23.

Applicants who have studied at a tertiary education institution overseas

      25   Please complete the following table to indicate your study at an overseas tertiary education institution(s).

Name of tertiary institution         Programme of Study                      From                     To                                 Completed

                                                                                                                                   Yes         No

                                                                                                                                   Yes         No

                                                                                                                                   Yes         No

                                                                                                                                   Yes         No

Attach a verified copy of your academic transcript showing results from each year of study.




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                                                                                                                      ENROLMENT FORM

There is a $100 non-refundable fee for assessment of overseas qualifications unless the qualification has already been assessed by the New Zealand
Qualifications Authority (NZQA).
Please attach evidence of NZQA assessment or complete the Payment of Fees Remittance Advice and include your payment with this form.

       Payment enclosed – please complete page 14

Go to question 23.

Other applicants

      25    I have not studied at any tertiary education institution. I am applying on the basis of my experience.

            Attach a current curriculum vitae.

There is also a $100 non-refundable fee for assessment of prior experience. Please complete the Payment of Fees Remittance Advice and include
your payment with this form.

       Payment enclosed – please complete page 14




23. Declaration                                                                 • Security of personal information about me that is held by Massey
                                                                                  University is protected by a PIN or other unique identifier (“unique
I declare that the information given in this form is true and correct, and
                                                                                  identifier”) provided to me by Massey University. I confirm that the
no information that would have a bearing on my enrolment has been
                                                                                  evidence of identity I have provided to the University belongs to me,
withheld.
                                                                                  authorise the use of the unique identifier for admission and enrolment
I understand and agree that:                                                      purposes, accept responsibility for all uses of my unique identifier
• This enrolment form will form part of a contract between me and                 and agree not to give my unique identifier to other people.
   Massey University. The terms of that contract are set out in the docu-
                                                                                  I agree that to the extent permitted at law Massey University’s
   ment entitled “Student Contract” (which is included in this book or
                                                                                  liability to me, howsoever arising, if established, is limited to the
   can be viewed on the Massey University website). The contract will
                                                                                  amount of tuition fee that I paid for the enrolment period in which
   only be formed, however, when a Confirmation of Enrolment form is
                                                                                  liability arises.
   issued by Massey University.
• Information about me may be held by, used by and disclosed to the               I authorise the use of my personal information (including photos)
   following organisations (including their officers and staff) provided it        for purposes related to my studies and for the provision and
   is relevant to their duties:                                                   improvement of services for students of the University.
   Massey University and wholly owned subsidiary companies of the                 I solemnly promise to obey the Statutes, Rules and Regulations of
   University, other tertiary providers with whom Massey University has           Massey University.
   entered into joint venture or other contractual arrangements, Massey
   University’s Alumni Association, Students’ Associations, Extramural          Signature
   Students’ Society and related Trusts,
   Ministry of Education, Tertiary Education Commission, StudyLink,
   Inland Revenue Department, Dept of Work and Income, Ministry of
   Foreign Affairs and Trade and Specialist Education Services, Tribal
   trusts and scholarship providers,
   Other tertiary institutions that I am transferring to or from, or with       Date
   which the University has a conjoint teaching arrangement in which I
   participate,
   New Zealand Teachers’ Council and other professional accreditation
   agencies,                                                                    Massey University Student ID number (if known)
   Other agencies where disclosure is permitted or required in accord-
   ance with the Privacy Act 1993.
• My name, date of birth and residency as entered on this enrolment
   form will be included in the National Student Index, and will be used
   in an Authorised Information Matching programme with the New
   Zealand Birth Register. For further information please see http://nsi.
   education.govt.nz
• I have the right to access the personal information which Massey
   University holds about me and the right to request the correction of
   that information;
• Books, journals and other teaching materials made available to me by
   Massey University are for my own studies, and copying or using them
   for other purposes is an infringement of copyright;
• Massey University’s Policy on Intellectual Property will apply to my
   enrolment in research papers or programmes.                                    Office use only                                Signed      Not signed
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Checklist                                                                Payment of fees
Have you:                                                                The payment of your university fees is governed by the University’s fees
                                                                         regulations which students are required to observe. You can pay your
      answered all questions?
                                                                         fees in a number of different ways. These are explained below. Please
                                                                         select the option that is most convenient for you.
      attached a verified copy of your birth certificate or whakapapa or
      the inside front cover of your valid passport?                     Bank
                                                                         Contact your bank and inform them you wish to set up Massey
      attached a verified copy of proof of permanent residence in New     University as a “pre-assigned bill payee”. Your bank will ask for
      Zealand (only required if a citizen of another country)?           your name and your Massey University student ID and will provide
                                                                         instructions for making payments to the University by telephone.
      attached a verified copy of proof of name change (if applicable)?
                                                                         Cheque
                                                                         Attach your cheque to the remittance advice form and print the
      attached a verified copy of any results you have attained from      student’s name, student’s ID (if known) and address on rear of cheque.
      tertiary education (polytechnic, wananga, university)? Please      All cheques must be made payable to Massey University and crossed
      ensure that the transcripts show subjects and grades and also      “Not Transferable”. Please do not post-date cheques.
      attach certificates showing the qualifications you have gained.
                                                                         Visa/Mastercard/Amex
      attached payment (if required)?                                    Credit card payments can be made via My Massey login at www.
                                                                         mymassey.com or by completing all the credit details on the remittance
      attached a curriculum vitae?                                       advice below.
                                                                         EFTPOS/cash
      completed the “Request for Student ID Card” section (on page 14    Pay at the cashier’s desk at any Massey University campus, quoting
      of this book) and attached a passport-sized photograph.            your full name and Massey University Student ID. Do not send cash by
                                                                         mail.
      signed and dated the declaration section (question 23 on page
      12 of this book)? This is very important, your enrolment cannot    Paying by Instalment
      proceed without this signature.                                    This option is only available in certain circumstances. Contact
                                                                         Accounts Receivable - Students, Massey University, Private Bag 11222,
Yes? Great!                                                              Manawatu Mail Centre, Palmerston North 4442.
Ready to send?
                                                                         For further information on fees, particularly supplementary charges,
Please post this form and all attachments in the Return Envelope to:     such as the Student Services Levy, Enrolment fee, etc., please refer to
College of Creative Arts                                                 the Massey website (http://fees.massey.ac.nz)
Massey University
PO Box 756
Wellington 6140
New Zealand
Note: attaching all the relevant documents will ensure that your
enrolment is not delayed.




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                                                                                                        ENROLMENT FORM

Request for Student ID Card                                        Is this the first photo you have supplied?
Massey University Student ID number (if known)                          Yes           No
                                                                   Is this an updated photo for a replacement card?
                                                                        Yes           No
Date of birth
                                                                   New card required for other reasons (please specify):


Surname (please write your full legal name in block letters)
                                                                   NB: There is a fee for replacement cards for name change, lost/stolen
                                                                   or updated photo if you have a current card.

First names

                                                                                           Remove this strip
                                                                                            and attach your
Do you wish to have the disabilities logo on your card?                                       passport size
                                                                                                photo here
      1       Yes

      2       No

Photos must meet all these requirements:
• Taken within the last 6 months.
• Full front view of face. Head must fill most of the photo.
• Must be a plain light coloured background.
                                                                   Note: processing ID cards commences January. In most cases you
• No hat or head covering (except for religious reasons).
                                                                   should receive your ID Card before the commencement of your studies.
• No sunglasses or dark tinted lenses.
• Must be on good quality photo paper (No photocopies accepted).
• Scanned photos are unacceptable.


Remittance advice                                                  Payment by credit card
                                                                   Please complete the following details:
Massey University Student ID number (if known)
                                                                         Visa

                                                                         Mastercard
Date of birth
                                                                         Amex

                                                                   Card number
Surname (please write your full legal name in block letters)



First names

                                                                   Name of cardholder (please print)

Mailing address

                                                                   Expiry date

                                                                   Month                      Year

Post code
                                                                   Amount       $

Phone (daytime)     (         )                                    Signature

Do you require a receipt?           Yes           No

Payment by cheque       $

Payment of:
      Application Fee $30
      Admission Fee

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Please fill out your name and address in order to receive an acknowledgement of your application
Name



Address




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     Thank You
     We have received your application and will be sending you a formal
     letter of acknowledgement soon.
     Regards
     Academic Administrator
     College of Creative Arts
     Wellington
     Phone: (04) 801 5799 ext 62313
     Email: creative@massey.ac.nz




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ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO STUDY AT MASSEY?

Admission to undergraduate study                                              Admission to your chosen qualification
                                                                              The Preferential Entry Score from NCEA, for the majority of
at Massey University                                                          undergraduate qualifications, is 120 points.
Changes for 2011                                                              Your rank score will be calculated by:
From 2011 a preferential score admission scheme will be included              • identifying your best 80 credits at NCEA Level 3 or higher over a
in Massey University’s policies for admission to undergraduate                  maximum of five approved subjects;
qualifications for domestic students. This will assist the University to       • awarding four points for credits achieved with Excellence, three for
manage its enrolments if courses are over-subscribed, but it is likely that     Merit and two for Achieved.
most applicants will be offered a place in their qualification of choice.
                                                                              Both achievement standards and unit standards in approved subjects will
Your application will be assessed as follows:                                 be counted. If you achieve fewer than 80 credits, the score will be based
• Assessment of eligibility for university entrance through NCEA Level        on those credits you have gained. If you achieve more than 80 credits the
    3, University Entrance examination or another recognised admission        credits achieved with the highest level of achievement will be used.
    method explained below.                                                   Only five approved subjects are included in the calculation.
• Assessment of a rank score, based on educational background,
    using the methods explained below. We will calculate a rank score         A maximum of 24 credits per subject are used and any credits above
    for you;                                                                  this limit are excluded. For example
• Assessment against the specific requirements for selection into
    this qualification. Listed in this form or in the relevant Introducing     Subject        Standard type Results Level of     Calculations      Rank Score
                                                                                                                   Achieve-
    publication.                                                                                                   ment
If you are under 20 years of age you will be given preference if you gain     English        Achievement 6         Excellence   6x4 points = 24
university entrance and score equal to or above the Preferential Entry        (22 credits)                 8       Merit        8x3 points = 24
Score of 120 points and meet the specific requirements for selection                                        4       Achieved     4x2 points = 8    56
where required. If you are 20 years of age or older, and the University                                    4       Achieved     4x2 points = 8    Not counted
must make selection decisions because your qualification of choice                                                                                 in 80 best
                                                                                                                                                  credits
has limited places and is over-subscribed, the assessments outlined
                                                                              History        Achievement   8       Excellence   8x4 points = 32   72
above will be used to make those selection decisions. However, Massey         (24 credits)                 8       Merit        8x3 points = 24
University may give preference to students from under-represented                                          8       Achieved     8x2 points = 16
groups when making selections into qualifications.                             Media          Achievement   16      Achieved     16x2 points = 32 32
Students who achieve admission to university with a rank score lower          Studies
                                                                              (16 credits)
than the Preferential Entry Score, or who have no rank score, are still
                                                                              Social         Achievement   14      Achieved     14x2 points = 28 28
eligible to apply, and it is anticipated that most will be admitted to a      Studies
qualification. If there are more applicants for a qualification than can be     (14 credits)
accommodated, the rank score may be used, together with any stated            Statistics     Achievement   8       Merit        8x3 points = 24   24
selection criteria for the course concerned, to prioritise applicants         and
or to determine whether a place can be offered in an alternative              Modelling      Unit          4       Achieved     4x2 points = 8    Not counted
qualification. There will be transitional provisions so that students who      (12 credits)                                                        in 80 best
                                                                                                                                                  credits
are unable to achieve the Preferential Entry Score, due to their school
                                                                                                                                                  Total 212
subject choices, will not be disadvantaged.
                                                                              Level 3 subject requirements for a particular qualification may be met in
National Certificate in Educational Achievement                                Year 12.
We strongly encourage you to take achievement standards in approved           NCEA Level 3 credits achieved in Year 12 may be counted towards the
subjects at Level 3 to help you to achieve the Preferential Entry Score       80 best credits required for ranking purposes.
and to provide you with the best preparation for University studies.
                                                                              For some qualifications you may be required to have taken specific
However, there will be transitional provisions so that students who are
                                                                              subjects and gained a specific number of credits in those subjects.
unable to achieve the Preferential Entry Score, due to subject choices,
                                                                              For others there are specific requirements in addition to NCEA results.
will not be disadvantaged.
                                                                              Credits obtained in any required subjects do not have to be among the
University Entrance                                                           best 80 credits required for ranking purposes.
You are qualified for admission to university if you have obtained:
• a minimum of 42 credits at Level 3 or higher on the National
                                                                              Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)
  Qualifications Framework, including a minimum of 14 credits at Level         University Entrance
  3 or higher in each of two subjects from the approved subject list,         You are qualified for admission to university if you have obtained a
  with a further 14 credits at Level 3 or higher taken from no more than      minimum of 120 points on the UCAS Tariff, including:
  two additional domains on the National Qualifications Framework              • a minimum grade of D in each of at least two subjects equivalent to
  or approved subjects. A list of approved subjects is available at the          those on the approved subject list at A or AS level, plus;
  NZQA website at http://www.nzqa.govt.nz .                                   • a minimum grade of D in one further subject either from the approved
plus                                                                             subject list, or from a domain on the National
• minimum of 14 credits at Level 1 or higher in Mathematics or                   Qualifications Framework, at AS or A level.
  Pängarau on the National Qualifications Framework.                           For the literacy and numeracy requirements, you will need:
plus                                                                          • An E pass or better in AS English
                                                                              • A D pass or better in IGCSE Mathematics.
• a minimum of 8 credits at Level 2 or higher in English or Te Reo
  Mäori; 4 credits must be in reading and 4 credits must be in writing.       Admission to your chosen qualification
  These literacy credits are to be selected from a schedule of                The Preferential Entry Score from CIE, for the majority of undergraduate
  approved achievement standards and unit standards available at              qualifications, is 140 points.
  the NZQA website at http://www.nzqa.govt.nz.

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                                                                                  ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO STUDY AT MASSEY?
Your rank score will be calculated by:                                              Grade             A             B                 C               D
• identifying a maximum of six subject units from your last two years of            Score (points)    56            42                28              14
  study, at AS, A2 or A level, from subjects on the approved list;                  For example:
• using the UCAS Tariff to calculate points for these subjects based on
  grades achieved, on the basis of the table below.                                 Subject                Grade         Rank Score
                                                                                    English                C             28
 Level         A         B               C             D           E                Mathematics            C             28
 A             120       100             80            60          40               Accounting             B             42
 AS            60        50              40            30          20               History                B             42
                                                                                    Biology                A             56
The CIE rank score is only calculated over approved subjects so may                 Geography              D             Not counted in best five subjects
differ from the UCAS tariff used for university entrance.                                                                Total 196
A subject passed at A level counts as two subject units.
                                                                                    Discretionary Entrance
If you have passed more than six subject units, the subjects with the
best level of achievement will be used to calculate the rank score.                 University Entrance
If you achieve fewer than six subject units, the score will be based on             Discretionary Entrance is available to New Zealand and Australian
those you have achieved.                                                            citizens or permanent residents between 16 and 19 years of age
                                                                                    (inclusive) who do not qualify under the admission methods above.
 Subject         Level         Subject Units   Grade        Rank Score              Applicants must have received secondary schooling to at least New
 English         A             2               C            80                      Zealand Year 12 level and demonstrate above average academic ability.
 Mathematics     A             2               D            60                      The Discretionary Entrance criteria are currently under review for 2011
 Accounting      AS            1               B            50                      and will be published later in the year.
 Economics       AS            1               B            50
 Geography       AS            1               B            Not counted in best     Adult admission
                                                            six subject units
                                                            Total 240               University Entrance
                                                                                    You are qualified for admission to university if you are a New
International Baccalaureate                                                         Zealand citizen or permanent resident, you do not have the entrance
                                                                                    qualifications described above but you will be at least 20 years of
University Entrance
                                                                                    age by the final date for acceptance of late enrolment applications
You are qualified for admission to university if you have been awarded the
                                                                                    for the enrolment period in which your proposed programme of study
full International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma (a minimum of 24 points).
                                                                                    commences.
Admission to your chosen qualification                                               Admission to your chosen qualification
The Preferential Entry Score from IB, for the majority of undergraduate             Applicants who are 20 years of age or older, and do not have a
qualifications, is 26 points.                                                        university entrance qualification, are eligible for admission to their
You will be given a rank score equivalent to your IB score, for example if          chosen qualification provided that places are available or places are
you achieve an IB score of 31 points, you will be given a rank score of 31.         limited and the applicant is selected for that place.
                                                                                    You should seek advice from the University well in advance of applying
Previous secondary school qualifications                                             for admission. A range of self-assessment tools and support will be
University Entrance                                                                 made available to help applicants prepare for university study and
You are qualified for admission to university if you have obtained:                  improve their enrolment choices. For applicants who require further
From the New Zealand University Entrance, Bursaries and Scholarships                preparation, we encourage enrolment into the Certificate of University
Examination (NZUEBS) prior to 2004                                                  Preparation or the Certificate in Foundation Studies before starting a
                                                                                    degree-level qualification.
• A grade of A, B or C in each of 3 subjects from the approved list,
  plus Higher School Certificate;                                                    Other methods of admission
• A New Zealand Bursary at ‘A’ or ‘B’ level;                                        If you have studied overseas or at another New Zealand tertiary
• A combination of NZUEBS A, B or C grades and level 3 unit stand-                  institution, the University will assess your admission on a case-by-
  ards, from the National Qualifications Framework in subjects on the                case basis. Information on equivalent admission qualifications from
  approved list (see NCEA), plus Higher School Certificate.                          other countries is available on the International students web pages at
From the New Zealand Bursaries Examination prior to 1993                            http://international.massey.ac.nz. International and domestic students
• A grade of A, B, C or D in each of 4 subjects.                                    who successfully complete the one-semester Certificate of University
From New Zealand University Entrance prior to 1986                                  Preparation or the two-semester Certificate in Foundation Studies will
• An award of New Zealand University Entrance, by examination or                    qualify for university entrance.
   accreditation.
                                                                                    English language requirements
Admission to your chosen qualification                                               All students studying at Massey University are expected to be able
The Preferential Entry Score from secondary school qualifications                    to write grammatically correct English, read English actively and with
above, for the majority of undergraduate qualifications, is 120 points.              understanding, listen to and discern key points in spoken English
You will be given a rank score of 120 points if you were accredited with            and speak English freely and clearly. Procedures also exist for those
the University Entrance qualification.                                               students who wish to submit written work or examinations in Mäori.
If you sat any of the external examinations listed above, your rank                 All international students whose first language is not English will be
score will be calculated using your results from up to five subjects on              required to provide satisfactory evidence of their English language
the basis of the table below. Your best five results will be used for the            proficiency in the form of an academic IELTS or TOEFL score. More
calculation with grades of D or above included.                                     information is available on the International students web pages at
                                                                                    http://international.massey.ac.nz.

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ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO STUDY AT MASSEY?

Admission to graduate and postgraduate                                       English language requirements
qualifications                                                                All students studying at Massey University are expected to be able
Postgraduate programmes include Honours and Masters degrees as               to write grammatically correct English, read English actively and with
well as Postgraduate Diplomas and Certificates. Note that students            understanding, listen to and discern key points in spoken English
applying for admission to a doctoral programme should refer to the           and speak English freely and clearly. Procedures also exist for those
Graduate Research School web pages at http://grs.massey.ac.nz for            students who wish to submit written work or examinations in Mäori.
admission procedures.                                                        All international students whose first language is not English will be
Graduate programmes include Graduate Diplomas and Certificates                required to provide satisfactory evidence of their English language
(with the exception of the Graduate Diploma in Business and the              proficiency in the form of an academic IELTS or TOEFL score. More
Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management which              information is available on the International students web pages at
are undergraduate qualifications).                                            http://international.massey.ac.nz.
Recognised entrance qualifications for Graduate and Postgraduate
programmes differ by programme and you should refer to the admission
requirements for your programme of choice on the Study at Massey
web pages at http://study.massey.ac.nz, or in the relevant enrolment
book. Generally, graduate and postgraduate programmes require
students to hold one or more of the following:
• a relevant Massey University degree with above average achieve-
  ment as measured by grade point average
• a relevant degree from another New Zealand tertiary institution with
  above average achievement as measured by grade point average
• a relevant degree from a recognised tertiary institution offshore with
  above average achievement as measured by grade point average
• relevant practical, professional or scholarly experience equivalent to
  that of a graduate. Note not all graduate and postgraduate qualifica-
  tions permit entry on this basis.
Entrance to graduate and postgraduate study is usually programme and
major specific, and may have conditions attached. Applications require
at least 15 working days to process. You should apply well before the
start of the semester in which you intend to study.
Verified transcripts from all of your previous tertiary study are essential
if you are applying for graduate or postgraduate programmes unless
you completed your previous degree at Massey University.




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                                                                                                                        IWI CODES
Te Tai Tokerau/Tämaki-makaurau (Northland/Auckland) Region           Te Tai Räwhiti (East Coast) Region
0100      Te Tai Tokerau/Tämaki-makaurau (Northland/Auckland)        0600     Te Tai Räwhiti (East Coast) Region not further defined
          Region (not further defined)                                0601     Ngäti Porou
0101      Te Aupöuri                                                 0602     Te Aitanga-a-Mähaki
0102      Ngäti Kahu                                                 0603     Rongowhakaata
0103      Ngäti Kurï                                                 0604     Ngäi Tämanuhiri
0104      Ngäpuhi
                                                                     Te Matau-a-Mäui/Wairarapa (Hawke’s Bay/Wairarapa) Region
0105      Ngäpuhi ki Whaingaroa-Ngäti Kahu ki Whaingaroa
                                                                     0700     Te Matau-a-Mäui/Wairarapa (Hawke’s Bay/Wairarapa)
0106      Te Rarawa
                                                                              Region not further defined
0107      Ngäi Takoto
                                                                     0701     Rongomaiwahine (Te Mähia)
0108      Ngäti Wai
                                                                     0702     Ngäti Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa
0109      Ngäti Whätua
                                                                     0703     Ngäti Kahungunu ki Heretaunga
0110      Te Kawerau
                                                                     0704     Ngäti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa
0111      Te Uri-o Hau
                                                                     0705     Ngäti Kahungunu, region unspecified
0112      Te Roroa
                                                                     0706     Rangitäne (Te Matau a Mäui/Hawke’s Bay/Wairarapa)
Hauraki (Coromandel) Region                                          0707     Ngäti Kahungunu ki Whanganui-a-Orotu
0200      Hauraki (Coromandel) Region (not further defined)           0708     Ngäti Kahungunu ki Tamatea
0201      Ngäti Hako                                                 0709     Ngäti Kahungunu ki Tamakinui a Rua
0202      Ngäti Hei                                                  0710     Ngäti Pähauwera
0203      Ngäti Maru (Marutuahu)                                     0711     Ngäti Räkaipaaka
0204      Ngäti Paoa
                                                                     Taranaki (Taranaki) Region
0205      Patukirikiri
                                                                     0800      Taranaki (Taranaki) Region not further defined
0206      Ngäti Porou ki Harataunga ki Mataora
                                                                     0801      Te Atiawa (Taranaki)
0207      Ngäti Pükenga ki Waiau
                                                                     0802      Ngäti Maru (Taranaki)
0208      Ngäti Rähiri Tumutumu
                                                                     0803      Ngäti Mutunga (Taranaki)
0209      Ngäi Tai (Hauraki)
                                                                     0804      Ngä Rauru
0210      Ngäti Tamaterä
                                                                     0805      Ngä Ruahine
0211      Ngäti Tara Tokanui
                                                                     0806      Ngäti Ruanui
0212      Ngäti Whanaunga
                                                                     0807      Ngäti Tama (Taranaki)
Waikato/Te Rohe Pötae (Waikato/King Country) Region                  0808      Taranaki
0300     Waikato/Te Rohe Pötae (Waikato/King Country) Region         0809      Tangähoe
         (not further defined)                                        0810      Pakakohi
0301     Ngäti Haua (Waikato)
                                                                     Whanganui/Rangitïkei (Wanganui/Rangitïkei) Region
0302     Ngäti Maniapoto
                                                                     0900   Whanganui/Rangitïkei (Wanganui/Rangitïkei)
0303     Ngäti Raukawa (Waikato)
                                                                            Region not further defined
0304     Waikato
                                                                     0901   Ngäti Apa (Rangitïkei)
Te Arawa/Taupö (Rotorua/Taupö) Region                                0902   Te Ati Haunui-a-Päpärangi
0400    Te Arawa/Taupö (Rotorua/Taupö) Region (not further defined)   0903   Ngäti Haua (Taumarunui)
0401    Ngäti Pikiao (Te Arawa)                                      0904   Ngäti Hauiti
0402    Ngäti Rangiteaorere (Te Arawa)
                                                                     Manawatü/Horowhenua/Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Manawatü/
0403    Ngäti Rangitihi (Te Arawa)
                                                                     Horowhenua/Wellington)
0404    Ngäti Rangiwewehi (Te Arawa)
                                                                     1000    Manawatü/Horowhenua/Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Manawatü/
0405    Tapuika (Te Arawa)
                                                                                      Horowhenua/Wellington) Region not further defined
0406    Taräwhai (Te Arawa)
                                                                     1001    Te Atiawa (Te Whanganui a Tara/Wellington)
0407    Tühourangi (Te Arawa)
                                                                     1002    Muaüpoko
0408    Uenuku-Köpako (Te Arawa)
                                                                     1003    Rangitäne (Manawatü)
0409    Waitaha (Te Arawa)
                                                                     1004    Ngäti Raukawa (Horowhenua/Manawatü)
0410    Ngäti Whakaue (Te Arawa)
                                                                     1005    Ngäti Toarangatira (Te Whanganui a Tara/Wellington)
0411    Ngäti Tüwharetoa
                                                                     1006    Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai
0412    Ngäti Tahu-Ngäti Whaoa (Te Arawa)
                                                                     1007    Ngäti Tama ki Te Upoko o Te Ika
Tauranga Moana/Mätaatua (Bay of Plenty) Region
                                                                     (Te Whanganui-a-Tara/Wellington)Te Waipounamu/Wharekauri
0500     Tauranga Moana/Mätaatua (Bay of Plenty) Region
                                                                     (South Island/Chatham Islands) Region
         (not further defined)
                                                                     1100      Te Waipounamu/Wharekauri (South Island/Chatham Islands)
0501     Ngäti Pükenga
                                                                               Region not further defined
0502     Ngaiterangi
                                                                     1101      Te Atiawa (Te Waipounamu/South Island)
0503     Ngäti Ranginui
                                                                     1102      Ngäti Koata
0504     Ngäti Awa
                                                                     1103      Ngäti Kuia
0505     Ngäti Manawa
                                                                     1104      Käti Mämoe
0506     Ngäi Tai (Tauranga Moana/Mätaatua)
                                                                     1105      Moriori
0507     Tühoe
                                                                     1106      Ngäti Mutunga (Wharekauri/Chatham Islands)
0508     Whakatöhea
                                                                     1107      Rangitäne (Te Waipounamu/South Island)
0509     Te Whänau-a-Apanui
                                                                     1108      Ngäti Rärua
0510     Ngäti Whare
                                                                     1109      Ngäi Tahu / Käi Tahu


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IWI CODES
1110     Ngäti Tama (Te Waipounamu/South Island)
1111     Ngäti Toarangatira
(Te Waipounamu/South Island)
1112     Waitaha (Te Waipounamu/South Island)
1113     Ngäti Apa ki Te Rä Tö
Iwi not named, but waka or Iwi confederation known
2001      Tainui
2002      Te Arawa
2003      Täkitimu
2004      Aotea
2005      Mätaatua
2006      Mahuru
2007      Mämari
2008      Ngätokimatawhaorua
2009      Nukutere
2010      Tokomaru
2011      Kurahaupö
2012      Muriwhenua
2013      Hauraki / Pare Hauraki
2014      Türanganui a Kiwa
2015      Te Tauihu o Te Waka a Mäui
2016      Tauranga Moana
2017      Horouta
Iwi named but region unspecified
2101    Te Atiawa, region unspecified
2102    Ngäti Haua, region unspecified
2103    Ngäti Maru, region unspecified
2104    Ngäti Mutunga, region unspecified
2105    Rangitäne, region unspecified
2106    Ngäti Raukawa, region unspecified
2107    Ngäti Tama, region unspecified
2108    Ngäti Toa, region unspecified
2109    Waitaha, region unspecified
2110    Ngäti Apa, area unspecified
2111    Ngäi Tai, area unspecified
Hapü affiliated to more than one Iwi
2200     Hapü affiliated to more than one Iwi
Other responses
4444      Don’t know




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