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Te Ohu Kai MoanaTe Ohu Kai Moana (TOKM) is the Treaty of Waitangi Fisheries Commission. It was set up in 1992 to replace the Maori Fisheries Commission, established in 1989 to hold fisheries assets returned to Maori by the Crown, and to arrange for their eventual distribution.

Te Ohu Kai Moana Scholarships in technology and engineering are offered each year by the Waitangi Fisheries Commission. The commission has an education and training programme which has identified disciplines associated with the fishing industry and which they offer scholarships for the support of Maori students.

TOKM Scholarship Winners 2002Six new scholarships are offered annually for Maori students in the Bachelor of Technology and Bachelor of Engineering degrees. Each scholarship can continue for the duration of the students study providing they succcessfully complete their papers each year.

Applications for the Te Ohu Kai Moana Scholarships are available from the Commission, the Kaitautoko Maori, College of Sciences or Scholarships Officer, Massey University from October each year and close with the Commission in March annually. Successful applicants are notified by the following April and are expected to participate in a Te Ohu Kai Moana scholars hui at least once annually.

For further information contact the Kaitautoko Maori or Kai-Arahi Maori, College of Sciences or Te Ohu Kai Moana, PO Box 3277, Wellington:

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