He tohutohu mō te whakakī i te puka whakauru
- Read the Enrolment Information on this page.
- Enrol online.
- Call 0800 WANANGA (926 2642) or email email@example.com if you need assistance.
Please supply a copy of your identification for the name you are enrolling under. We need to sight evidence of your name, date of birth and place of birth. A copy of your birth certificate or passport will provide this. We will accept a photo or scan of your identification as long as it is clear and the details are legible. You can upload your identification documents when enrolling online.
If not New Zealand born, we need to see evidence of NZ residency or citizenship. If your name has changed from what is on your birth certificate or passport you will need to provide evidence of this, such as a marriage certificate.
If you are a returning student (studied at Te Wānanga o Raukawa previously) we will already have your identification information. We will contact you if further identification is needed.
If you are experiencing difficulty in obtaining a copy of your birth certificate or passport, please contact Ratonga Ākonga (Student Services) on 0800 WANANGA (0800 926 2642). We may be able to help.
Advice on full time study and credit
- student allowance and/or living cost
- education grants
- study awards
you are required to be enrolled in a fulltime programme of study which is 0.8 EFTS. If you receive credit for a component of the programme you could fall below 0.8 EFTS which may affect your eligibility.
I muri i tēnei ka aha?
You may be contacted by an enrolment officer, kaikōkiri (administrator) or pūkenga (tutor) of your chosen specialisation if further information is required. Confirmation of your enrolment will be sent to you after your enrolment application has been processed.
Changes to enrolment
Please advise Te Wānanga o Raukawa of any changes to the details you have provided in the enrolment form. Signing or accepting the declaration section of the enrolment application indicates your request to formally enrol in a course or courses at Te Wānanga o Raukawa.
Withdrawing from a programme of study
If you wish to formally withdraw from Te Wānanga o Raukawa, notice must be given in writing to Ratonga Ākonga (Student Services) firstname.lastname@example.org. The withdrawal will be actioned and noted in your academic record.
If you do not attend noho or classes, participate regularly in your online courses or pay fees it may be seen as an effective withdrawal and you may be withdrawn from the study programme.
Payment or refunding of fees
Payment of fees
Payment of all fees must be made within six weeks of confirmation of your enrolment.
Refund of fees
A proportion of fees paid may be refunded in the event that you withdraw from all or part of the programme. Te Wānanga o Raukawa must receive the advice in writing within 28 days of the start date. Further information on refund of fees can be viewed under academic regulations.
As part of our work towards our goal to assist our people to improved levels of wellness Te Wānanga o Raukawa provides a smokefree study environment and aims to support students and staff who would like to stop smoking.
Disclosure And The Privacy Act 1993
Please read the following information before you accept or sign the declaration section of the enrolment application. Remember that Te Wānanga o Raukawa is happy to explain any part that you do not understand. Contact Te Tomonga on 0800 WANANGA (926 2642) or 06-364 9011 if you have any queries.
Why does Te Wānanga o Raukawa need the information?
The information you provide is required to enable Te Wānanga o Raukawa to comply with its purposes and functions under the Education Amendment Act 1990 to enrol you in a course of study.
How will Te Wānanga o Raukawa use the information?
The information that you provide will be available to, and used by, Te Wānanga o Raukawa staff who are responsible for:
- your enrolment and academic progress through Te Wānanga o Raukawa
- calculating your tuition fees and other charges
- establishing and maintaining your records
- administering examinations and other forms of assessment
- providing tuition, appropriate academic advice and support
- providing student allowance and student loan services
- providing student services, liaison services and learning development
- upholding the guiding kaupapa
- providing library, information technology and computer services to you
- forwarding mail and messages for you which have been received by Te Wānanga o Raukawa
- enabling access to your chosen course
- publishing the graduation booklet
- being in touch with your whānau/hapū/iwi
Te Wānanga o Raukawa publishes a graduation booklet at each graduation ceremony. The information held by Te Wānanga o Raukawa may be included in that booklet.
Will Te Wānanga o Raukawa give the information to other agencies?
Under certain statutes the following agencies can require Te Wānanga o Raukawa to provide information:
- Ministry of Education
- Tertiary Education Commission
- StudyLink (part of Ministry of Social Development)
- Work & Income New Zealand (part of Ministry of Social Development)
- Inland Revenue Department
- Ministry of Justice
- Immigration New Zealand (part of Department of Labour)
- New Zealand Police
- National Student Index
- New Zealand Birth Register
When you accept or sign the declaration, you give Te Wānanga o Raukawa authority to give information to the following agencies:
- New Zealand Qualifications Authority
- An agency which supports you through grants or scholarship awards or payment of fees
- Other educational institutions
- Researchers conducting academic research or research related to the welfare and wellbeing of students based on a sample of students (not including grades or students loan / allowances / income details)
- Your secondary school / wharekura when you complete a qualification of Te Wānanga o Raukawa
- The media to publish details of the completion of your course of study as approved by the Tumuaki
Can Te Wānanga o Raukawa collect information about me from other institutions?
When you accept or sign the declaration on the enrolment form, you authorise Te Wānanga o Raukawa to confirm with another institution or agency details of your previous study and student loans and allowances entitlement.
All other information will be collected directly from you unless it is publicly available or you give Te Wānanga o Raukawa authority to collect it.
What happens if I do not supply the requested enrolment information?
If the information is not supplied, is incomplete or false, then Te Wānanga o Raukawa may decline or cancel your enrolment. If you do not authorise Te Wānanga o Raukawa to confirm your previous qualifications, Te Wānanga o Raukawa will not grant you credit for them.
Can I see or correct the information held about me?
You need only request the information and Te Wānanga o Raukawa will make it available to you. You can also request Te Wānanga o Raukawa to change any information that you believe is incorrect. Each year while you are enrolled at Te Wānanga o Raukawa, you will be asked to update any information that has changed.
Commitment by Te Wānanga o Raukawa
Te Wānanga o Raukawa undertakes to collect, update, use, store, disclose and exchange personal information only in accordance with the provisions of the Privacy Act 1993, the Health Information Privacy Code 1993 (Temporary) and any other code of practice established under Section 46 of the Privacy Act 1993.
If you have any questions please contact us.
Te Tomonga (Office of Enrolments)
Te Wānanga o Raukawa
PO Box 119, Ōtaki 5542
Aotearoa, New Zealand
144 Tasman Road
Aotearoa, New Zealand
Te Tomonga is located in the Te Ara a Tāwhaki building at the Ōtaki campus.
Freephone in Aotearoa, New Zealand 0800 WANANGA (0800 926 2642)
Calls within Aotearoa, New Zealand: 06 364 9011
International Calls: 64 6 364 9011