5 July 2017New evidence of personal and social benefits of university education for Māori and Pacific Peoples
Latest research from the National Centre for Lifecourse Research (NCLR) suggests that graduating from university may not only change the individual lives of Māori and Pacific Peoples, but also positively impact on their families, communities and society in general. ...
13 July 2016First Follow-up Survey Report released
The First Follow-up Descriptive Report is now available, along with a Summary Report and the accompanying media release.
26 November 2015GLSNZ reveals profile of Māori university graduates
4 August 2014Survey progress: 4 weeks to go
With 4 weeks left to go until the survey closes, just over 57% have completed the survey.
22 July 2014Survey progress: 5 weeks to go
With 5 weeks left to go until the survey closes, just over 54% have completed the survey.
1 July 2014Survey progress: How is your uni doing?
Study members have made a great start and just over 52% have now completed the survey.
8 May 2014Introducing Dr Moana Theodore
Dr Moana Theodore works as a researcher on the Graduate Longitudinal Study NZ looking at Māori university success and Māori futures. Click on the link below to find out more.
7 March 2014First Follow-Up Survey is Live!
The first follow-up survey of the Graduate Longitudinal Study NZ is now live!
25 February 2014Summary Article in Genius
Earlier last year, we presented some of the GLSNZ Baseline findings at the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Graduate Employment Conference in Auckland.
21 February 2014GLSNZ Mentions in the News
The contribution that all of our study members made by completing the 2011 Baseline survey has already had an impact. Take a look at where GLSNZ has been mentioned and who has been talking about the study by following the links below. ...