Students are at the centre of everything we do. Explore the many services, resources and ways in which we can support both potential, current and graduated students.
Our teaching and learning strategy, Te Ara Kōtihi, enables us to work together as a collective, with the learner at the centre of our organisation, and also helps us bring our values to life in everything we do. Learn more about our approach to teaching and learning.
We have additional support available for our Māori and Pasifika learners. Support staff, ManaakiFono group, pastoral care and submission of assignments in te reo Māori.
The Mind Lab offers a range of fees scholarships to assist students with their study. Find out more about the scholarships that are available for you, and how to apply for them.
We welcome international students to come and learn with us here at The Mind Lab. Check out the programmes available, fees, support and services available.
With the health and safety of our learners, partners, staff and wider whānau as our number one priority, we’ve outlined all of the processes, protocols and potential changes that may take place as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns around Aotearoa.
Have a question about learning with us, graduation, enrolment eligibility or anything to do with our programmes? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions section.
Ako Mai is the new learning platform across The Mind Lab and Tech Futures Lab. Learn more about Ako Mai.
Graduates of The Mind Lab & Tech Futures Lab join our Alumni community. We facilitate regular opportunities for connection, inspiration and continuation of growth & learning. Find out more about the Alumni community.
Tuia te Kupu is a place for kōrero and connection. It’s a network for geographically distant practitioners, supporting face-to-face and virtual interactions across our many locations in Aotearoa and beyond. Create your account for free.
The Mind Lab is committed to providing high quality, innovative learning opportunities, and encompassed in this is our commitment to learner wellbeing and safety. Learners are at the centre of all that we do, and enabling all learners to feel secure and their wellbeing enhanced through study is a priority.
Our Learner Wellbeing and Safety Strategic Goals:
We regularly review our practices to ensure that we continue to meet all outcomes of the Education (Pastoral Care of Tertiary and International Learners) Code of Practice 2021. Our latest self-review report can be found here and outlines the steps taken to evaluate and actions identified to continue to improve our practices.