Enter the Awards

2024 nominations are open

Te Whatu Kairangi is one of the most well-recognised and respected tertiary education awards programmes in Aotearoa. So, being part of these Awards is being part of something big. 

We are pleased to announce the new Te Tohu Reo Māori award recognising exceptional kaiako Māori teaching te reo Māori.

Nominations close at 5:00 pm, Friday 28 June 2024. 

Download the Te Whatu Kairangi flyer and share it with your networks.

Read the guidelines document

Read about the awards, entry process and requirements in the 2024 Procedures, Guidelines and Criteria document.

The nomination process and criteria for the new Te Tohu Reo Māori award differ from those of other awards, detailed in section four on page 16 of the guidelines document.

Write a nomination

Use this Microsoft Word template for the nomination.

Upload the nomination to enter the awards

Submit your entry for the awards here. This will include the nomination, further details and any video or audio.

More information 

Watch videos with advice on putting together a nomination.

Te Whatu Kairangi | The nomination process

General Award – James Oldfield
Le Moana Mua Award – Analiese Robertson

 

Please contact us if you have any questions, or check out our FAQs. 

Supporting Documents

Guideline

Te Whatu Kairangi 2024 | Procedures, Guidelines & Criteria

The guidelines include information on award eligibility, the nomination process and portfolio requirements. A checklist is included at the end of this booklet.

(PDF, 5.5 MB)

  • 22 November 2023
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Flyer

Te Whatu Kairangi 2024 | Flyer

Information about the application process for Te Whatu Kairangi 2024.

(PDF, 366 KB)

  • 27 November 2023
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Template

Te Whatu Kairangi 2023 | Nomination Template

Use this template to submit a nomination for Te Whatu Kairangi - 2023.

(DOCX, 17 KB)

  • 30 June 2023
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FAQ

Te Whatu Kairangi 2023 | Frequently Asked Questions

Questions and answers about Te Whatu Kairangi, including eligibility, categories and criteria and how to submit a nomination.

(PDF, 183 KB)

  • 22 November 2023
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