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Overview

Overview

Massey University has three major campuses situated in Palmerston North, Auckland, and Wellington New Zealand. It is internationally-recognised and consistently ranked in the top 1.2% of universities worldwide.

It is one of the leading institutions in distance learning and flexible teaching, allowing students around the world to gain an internationally-recognised qualification while balancing their work life, family life and other commitments.

Students are encouraged to take advantage of the careers help available during their time studying, which includes everything from writing a stand-out CV to making a positive impression in an interview. The University also boasts strong relationships with industry, making it possible for students to gain internship opportunities during their studies.

The University has multi-million dollar science and engineering labs, the oldest design school and the only university-based aviation school in the country. It also has impressive sports facilities, with each campus featuring a state-of-the-art fitness centre.

There is a wide range of support services for students to seek help and advice from during their time studying. These include child care centres, disability services, course advice, support for international students and a confidential counselling service.

Students have the chance to get involved in life outside of the classroom by taking part in one of the many clubs and societies on offer at the University. There are also seven student associations, that aim to ensure that all students have the best experience, offering advice and support, representing their needs and arranging social activities throughout the year.

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Overview

Overview

Ranked in the top 300 universities globally according to the 2019 QS World University Rankings, Massey University is an innovative and progressive place to learn. It is a world leading institution in distance education with students studying online from around the world. Students have the opportunity to earn a world-class degree while being able to balance other life commitments, like family and work.

The university has three modern campuses located in the cities of Auckland, Wellington and Palmerston North. Massey offers the only university aviation school in New Zealand, a pioneering design school and cutting-edge science and engineering labs. Additionally, students can make use of the excellent recreational amenities, including sports facilities on all three campuses.

Massey University is committed to providing the best opportunities for students and has excellent relationships with industry. This makes it possible for students to access internship and work opportunities while studying. Campus support services assist students throughout their journey including course guidance and orientation when they begin, through to career advice, CV preparation, and interview techniques when they move on to employment.

Students can get the advice and help they may need during their time at the university. Services include health, counselling, tutoring, mentoring, international student support and child care centres.

Social and extracurricular activities at the university provide the perfect way for students to get to make new friends and develop interests outside of their studies. There are numerous clubs, associations and societies to choose from, giving each student the chance to find their niche. With seven student associations in place students are well looked after during their time at the university.

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Overview

Overview

Ranked in the top 300 universities globally according to the 2019 QS World University Rankings, Massey University is an innovative and progressive place to learn. It is a world leading institution in distance education with students studying online from around the world. Students have the opportunity to earn a world-class degree while being able to balance other life commitments, like family and work.

The university has three modern campuses located in the cities of Auckland, Wellington and Palmerston North. Massey offers the only university aviation school in New Zealand, a pioneering design school and cutting-edge science and engineering labs. Additionally, students can make use of the excellent recreational amenities, including sports facilities on all three campuses.

Massey University is committed to providing the best opportunities for students and has excellent relationships with industry. This makes it possible for students to access internship and work opportunities while studying. Campus support services assist students throughout their journey including course guidance and orientation when they begin, through to career advice, CV preparation, and interview techniques when they move on to employment.

Students can get the advice and help they may need during their time at the university. Services include health, counselling, tutoring, mentoring, international student support and child care centres.

Social and extracurricular activities at the university provide the perfect way for students to get to make new friends and develop interests outside of their studies. There are numerous clubs, associations and societies to choose from, giving each student the chance to find their niche. With seven student associations in place students are well looked after during their time at the university.

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Overview

Overview

Delivering outstanding learning and ground-breaking research, Massey University has a rich history of academic excellence.

The university boasts three campuses in New Zealand: the Auckland campus, Manawatū campus in Palmerston North and the Wellington campus. Welcoming over 5,000 international students every year, Massey offers a wide range of programmes across five colleges. Its colleges are:

  • Massey Business School
  • The College of Creative Arts
  • The College of Health
  • The College of Humanities and Social Science
  • The College of Sciences

There are regular events and activities held on Massey's campuses, which are run by its student associations. Creating a vibrant environment and exciting experiences throughout the year, it provides students with vital opportunities to relax and socialise with their peers.

The university also provides a range of support services on each campus, including specific resources just for international students. Additional support is provided by the academic advice team, who advise students on academic choices based on career goals. The careers and employability team help to prepare students for the workplace, and wellbeing support is provided through counselling and other confidential health services.

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Overview

Overview

Delivering outstanding learning and ground-breaking research, Massey University has a rich history of academic excellence.

The university boasts three campuses in New Zealand: the Auckland campus, Manawatū campus in Palmerston North and the Wellington campus. Welcoming over 5,000 international students every year, Massey offers a wide range of programmes across five colleges. Its colleges are:

  • Massey Business School
  • The College of Creative Arts
  • The College of Health
  • The College of Humanities and Social Science
  • The College of Sciences

There are regular events and activities held on Massey's campuses, which are run by its student associations. Creating a vibrant environment and exciting experiences throughout the year, it provides students with vital opportunities to relax and socialise with their peers.

The university also provides a range of support services on each campus, including specific resources just for international students. Additional support is provided by the academic advice team, who advise students on academic choices based on career goals. The careers and employability team help to prepare students for the workplace, and wellbeing support is provided through counselling and other confidential health services.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Massey’s quality and excellence of teaching has established an enviable reputation over the years. This has been proven by Massey’s outstanding success in winning the National Tertiary Teaching Excellence awards, including the Prime Minister’s supreme award.

Top QS rating for Massey

The educational benchmarking agency, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has awarded Massey University a five-plus star rating.

Teaching awards

There are four different teaching excellence awards that Massey offers to recognise quality in teaching and learning practice. These are the Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award, Sustained Contribution to Teaching Award, Early Career Teaching Award and Teaching Support Award. College teaching awards are also offered.

National Centre for teaching and learning

The National Centre plays an important leadership role in promoting high quality teaching and learning within the tertiary sector, both nationally and internationally, and has a close relationship with Ako Aotearoa, the National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence. The centre provides strategic leadership for teaching and learning development.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

One of Massey’s strategic goals is to offer “a distinctive student-centred learning experience for all students.” The aim is for all graduates to be enabled to actively participate in both the new as well as existing economies as educated citizens across the world.

Teaching awards

Massey University has established a reputation for its teaching excellence over many years. This has been evidenced by the university’s outstanding success in winning several National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards, including the Prime Minister’s supreme Award.

National Centre for Teaching and Learning

The National Centre plays a significant role in leadership, promoting high-quality learning and teaching within the tertiary sector, in New Zealand and internationally, and also has a close association with Ako Aotearoa, the National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence. The centre provides strategic leadership for teaching and learning development.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

One of Massey's strategic goals is to offer ''a distinctive student-centred learning experience for all students.'' The aim is for all graduates to be enabled to actively participate in both the new as well as existing economies as educated citizens across the world.

Teaching awards

Massey University has established a reputation for its teaching excellence over many years. This has been evidenced by the university's outstanding success in winning several National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards, including the Prime Minister's supreme Award.

National Centre for Teaching and Learning

The National Centre plays a significant role in leadership, promoting high-quality learning and teaching within the tertiary sector, in New Zealand and internationally, and also has a close association with Ako Aotearoa, the National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence. The centre provides strategic leadership for teaching and learning development.

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What's new

What's new

Due to Covid-19, Massey University has taken several steps to ensure students and staff are kept safe on campus. Students are encouraged to regularly check the university's websites for the latest updates and safety measures.

As a result of the pandemic, Massey has launched more courses online. This allows international students to continue their studies remotely, until restrictions are eased and borders re-open. International students don't need to have a student visa to study online with Massey.

International students are also being offered additional information and support from the university. Its dedicated resource centre answers common questions, as well as providing advice for international students.

As many English test centres are now closed due to Covid-19, the university is currently accepting online versions of recognized tests. TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition and IELTS Indicator scores are now accepted as proof of English proficiency.

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What's new

What's new

Due to Covid-19, Massey University has taken several steps to ensure students and staff are kept safe on campus. Students are encouraged to regularly check the university's websites for the latest updates and safety measures.

As a result of the pandemic, Massey has launched more courses online. This allows international students to continue their studies remotely, until restrictions are eased and borders re-open. International students don't need to have a student visa to study online with Massey.

International students are also being offered additional information and support from the university. Its dedicated resource centre answers common questions, as well as providing advice for international students.

As many English test centres are now closed due to Covid-19, the university is currently accepting online versions of recognized tests. TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition and IELTS Indicator scores are now accepted as proof of English proficiency.

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Study options

Study options

Massey offers a range of study options from foundation through to PhD programmes.

English language and foundation pathways

Students who are keen to study at Massey University, but do not have the English language or academic requirements for admission, can take up pathway programmes offered by the Centre for Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE). These courses help students develop the English language, academic and study skills necessary for admission to university and for successful study.

Undergraduate programmes

Massey University offers more than 40 undergraduate degrees, diplomas and certificates to international students. These programmes are delivered across five academic colleges of Business, Creative Arts, Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Sciences. Bachelor degrees range in length from three to four years and there are also a number of undergraduate diplomas and certificates available.

Massey University is popular for the applied nature of many of its programmes and special expertise in the areas of Technology, Science, Applied Science and Business Studies.

Postgraduate programmes

Each year, more than 20% of Massey University's student population study at the postgraduate level.

Massey University has an international reputation for its research innovation, practices and results, which are applied to its postgraduate programmes of study. These programmes are delivered across its five academic colleges.

PhD programmes

Massey University is a progressive university offering internationally-recognised, research-led qualifications. The University has world-class researchers supervising students in a range of disciplines.

Doctoral students are important contributors to establishing research excellence and a vibrant research culture across Massey’s academic institutes, departments and schools.

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Study options

Study options

Massey offers a range of study options from foundation through to bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD programmes.

English language and foundation pathways

Students who are keen to pursue their studies at Massey University, but do not possess the academic or English language requirements for admission, can take up pathway programmes provided by the Centre for Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE). These courses enable students to develop the academic, English language, and study skills required for admission to university as well as for successful study.

Undergraduate programmes

Massey University offers over 40 undergraduate degrees, diplomas as well as certificates to international students. These programmes are delivered across five of the university’s academic colleges of Health, Business, Creative Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as Sciences. Bachelor’s degrees range in terms of their duration from three years to four years. There are also several undergraduate diplomas as well as certificates available.

The university is popular for the practical nature of several of its programmes as well as special expertise in the fields of Science, Technology, Business Studies and Applied Science.

Postgraduate programmes

Massey offers a number of programmes at postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma and master’s degree level.

Massey University has a global reputation for its research practices, results, and innovation, which are applied to the postgraduate programmes of study. The postgraduate programmes are taught across the university’s five academic colleges.

PhD programmes

Massey University is progressive in nature providing research-led, internationally-recognised qualifications. The university has excellent researchers that supervise students in a number of disciplines.

Doctoral students are significant contributors to demonstrating research excellence and a dynamic research culture across the university’s academic departments, institutes, and schools.

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Study options

Study options

Massey offers a range of study options from foundation through to bachelor's, master's, and PhD programmes.

English language and foundation pathways

Students who are keen to pursue their studies at Massey University, but do not possess the academic or English language requirements for admission, can take up pathway programmes provided by the Centre for Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE). These courses enable students to develop the academic, English language, and study skills required for admission to university as well as for successful study.

Undergraduate programmes

Massey University offers over 40 undergraduate degrees, diplomas as well as certificates to international students. These programmes are delivered across five of the university's academic colleges of Health, Business, Creative Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as Sciences. Bachelor's degrees range in terms of their duration from three years to four years. There are also several undergraduate diplomas as well as certificates available.

The university is popular for the practical nature of several of its programmes as well as special expertise in the fields of Science, Technology, Business Studies and Applied Science.

Postgraduate programmes

Massey offers a number of programmes at postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma and master's degree level.

Massey University has a global reputation for its research practices, results, and innovation, which are applied to the postgraduate programmes of study. The postgraduate programmes are taught across the university's five academic colleges.

PhD programmes

Massey University is progressive in nature providing research-led, internationally-recognised qualifications. The university has excellent researchers that supervise students in a number of disciplines.

Doctoral students are significant contributors to demonstrating research excellence and a dynamic research culture across the university's academic departments, institutes, and schools.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Massey University is committed to providing a student-centred and distinctive learning experience. This enables its graduates to actively participate and contribute to economies worldwide.

The institution has a reputation for delivering an outstanding education, academic excellence, and cutting-edge research.

The university's National Centre teaches strategic leadership skills as part of individual learning and development. Its international focus promotes high-quality learning and teaching within the local region, New Zealand and worldwide. The institution also has strong connections with Ako Aotearoa, the National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence.

Massey has won several National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards, including the Prime Minister's supreme award. This has given the university a strong international reputation for teaching excellence and success.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Massey University is committed to providing a student-centred and distinctive learning experience. This enables its graduates to actively participate and contribute to economies worldwide.

The institution has a reputation for delivering an outstanding education, academic excellence, and cutting-edge research.

The university's National Centre teaches strategic leadership skills as part of individual learning and development. Its international focus promotes high-quality learning and teaching within the local region, New Zealand and worldwide. The institution also has strong connections with Ako Aotearoa, the National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence.

Massey has won several National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards, including the Prime Minister's supreme award. This has given the university a strong international reputation for teaching excellence and success.

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Featured scholarships

Featured scholarships

Massey Business School International Study Awards

This is for students enrolling in Business programmes on Massey’s Palmerston North or Wellington campuses. The awards are up to NZD15,000 for undergraduate programmes and up to NZD10,000 for postgraduate programmes.

Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarships

This is open to students enrolling in the following programmes:

  • Bachelor of Design (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts
  • Bachelor of Creative Media Production
  • Bachelor of Commercial Music

Each scholarship is valued at up to NZD20,000 for a 4-year degree or NZD15,000 for a 3-year degree.

College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Excellence Scholarship

This scholarship is available to international students studying in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. It is valued at NZD5,000 per year up to NZD20,000 for undergraduate programmes, and NZD10,000 for postgraduate programmes.

New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS)

This scholarship provides financial support for postgraduate students seeking doctoral degrees by research in Massey University.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Massey University offers a number of scholarships for international students. The following are some of the scholarships international students can avail at Massey University:

Scholarships for Undergraduate or Postgraduate students

  • New Zealand Scholarships for Pacific, Asian, African, Caribbean and Latin American countries
  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Excellence Scholarships

Scholarships for Undergraduate students only

  • Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship
  • Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fun (SYLFF)

Scholarships for Postgraduate students only

  • New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS)
  • Massey University Doctoral Scholarship
  • Higher Education Commission Scholarships
  • Commonwealth Scholarships
  • Massey University Postgraduate English Language Scholarships for Colombia

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Massey University offers a number of scholarships for international students. The following are some of the scholarships international students can avail at Massey University:

Scholarships for Undergraduate or Postgraduate students

  • New Zealand Scholarships for Pacific, Asian, African, Caribbean and Latin American countries
  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Excellence Scholarships

Scholarships for Undergraduate students only

  • Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship
  • Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fun (SYLFF)

Scholarships for Postgraduate students only

  • New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS)
  • Massey University Doctoral Scholarship
  • Higher Education Commission Scholarships
  • Commonwealth Scholarships
  • Massey University Postgraduate English Language Scholarships for Colombia

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Department structure

Department structure

Massey University offers a wide range of study options across its five academic colleges.

Its colleges are:

  • Business
  • Creative arts
  • Health
  • Humanities
  • Social sciences/Science

English language and foundation pathways

Students who don't meet either academic or English language entry requirements of their chosen course can attend pathway programmes. Run by the Centre for Professional and Continuing Education, the foundation and language pathway programmes develop student's academic, English language and study skills to the required level.

Undergraduate programmes

International students can choose from over 40 undergraduate degrees, diplomas, and certificates. Many of Massey's courses have a practical emphasis, as well as a specialist focus in the areas of applied science, business studies, science, and technology.

Depending on the subject chosen, undergraduate degrees take either three or four years to complete.

Postgraduate and PhD programmes

Massey University offers several postgraduate level programmes, including certificates, diplomas, and master's degrees.

Students are led and supervised by expert researchers across a range of disciplines. Doctoral students in particular make significant contributions to the university's research work across departments, institutes, and schools.

The university has a global reputation for being research-led, delivering results and being innovative. Its progressive research values are implemented into its internationally recognised graduate qualifications.

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Department structure

Department structure

Massey University offers a wide range of study options across its five academic colleges.

Its colleges are:

  • Business
  • Creative arts
  • Health
  • Humanities
  • Social sciences/Science

English language and foundation pathways

Students who don't meet either academic or English language entry requirements of their chosen course can attend pathway programmes. Run by the Centre for Professional and Continuing Education, the foundation and language pathway programmes develop student's academic, English language and study skills to the required level.

Undergraduate programmes

International students can choose from over 40 undergraduate degrees, diplomas, and certificates. Many of Massey's courses have a practical emphasis, as well as a specialist focus in the areas of applied science, business studies, science, and technology.

Depending on the subject chosen, undergraduate degrees take either three or four years to complete.

Postgraduate and PhD programmes

Massey University offers several postgraduate level programmes, including certificates, diplomas, and master's degrees.

Students are led and supervised by expert researchers across a range of disciplines. Doctoral students in particular make significant contributions to the university's research work across departments, institutes, and schools.

The university has a global reputation for being research-led, delivering results and being innovative. Its progressive research values are implemented into its internationally recognised graduate qualifications.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Academic entry requirements for Massey programmes are outlined below:

Undergraduate entry requirements

For most undergraduate level programmes, the minimum academic entry requirement is successful completion of a qualification equivalent to the New Zealand Year 13 - NCEA Level 3 University entrance. International students can view the Academic Admission Requirements by Country.

Graduate diplomas

Admission to a graduate diploma requires successful completion of a 3 year diploma or undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution.

Masters, postgraduate diplomas and postgraduate certificates

An appropriate undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution is required.

Doctorate degrees (PhD)

The equivalent or better of a relevant bachelor's (Hons) or master's degree with first or second class honours, division 1 (B+ and above) with sufficient prior experience of independent research at postgraduate level.

English language requirements

One of the following for undergraduate study…

  • IELTS - 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)

  • TOEFL - 80 overall (min 19 in Writing)

  • PTE Academic - 50 Overall (min 42 in communicative skills)

  • CE – 170

One of the following for postgraduate study…

  • IELTS - 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)

  • TOEFL - 90 overall (min 20 in Writing)

  • PTE Academic - 58 Overall (min 50 in communicative skills)

  • CE - 180

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Academic entry requirements for Massey programmes are outlined below. Some programmes require a higher standard.

Undergraduate entry requirements

For most of the university’s undergraduate level programmes, the minimal academic entry requirement is the successful completion of qualifications which are equivalent to the New Zealand Year 13 - NCEA Level 3 university entrance. International students can view the Academic Admission Requirements by Country.

Graduate Diplomas

Admission to graduate diploma programmes require completion of a 3-year diploma or an undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution.

Master’s, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificates

A suitable undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institutions is required.

Doctorate Degrees (PhD)

The equivalent or an advanced form of a pertinent bachelor's (Hons) or master's degree either with a first or second class honours, with division 1 (B+ and above) with adequate prior experience in conducting independent research at the postgraduate level.

English language requirements

One of the following for undergraduate study:

  • IELTS - 6.0 (with no band lower than 5.5)
  • TOEFL - 80 overall (with a minimum score of 19 in Writing)
  • PTE Academic - 50 overall (with a minimum of 42 in communicative skills)
  • CE – 170

One of the following for postgraduate study:

  • IELTS - 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)
  • TOEFL - 90 overall (minimum 20 in Writing)
  • PTE Academic - 58 overall (minimum 50 in communicative skills)
  • CE - 180

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Academic entry requirements for Massey programmes are outlined below. Some programmes require a higher standard.

Undergraduate entry requirements

For most of the university's undergraduate level programmes, the minimal academic entry requirement is the successful completion of qualifications which are equivalent to the New Zealand Year 13 - NCEA Level 3 university entrance. International students can view the Academic Admission Requirements by Country.

Graduate Diplomas

Admission to graduate diploma programmes require completion of a 3-year diploma or an undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution.

Master's, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificates

A suitable undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institutions is required.

Doctorate Degrees (PhD)

The equivalent or an advanced form of a pertinent bachelor's (Hons) or master's degree either with a first or second class honours, with division 1 (B+ and above) with adequate prior experience in conducting independent research at the postgraduate level.

English language requirements

One of the following for undergraduate study:

  • IELTS - 6.0 (with no band lower than 5.5)
  • TOEFL - 80 overall (with a minimum score of 19 in Writing)
  • PTE Academic - 50 overall (with a minimum of 42 in communicative skills)
  • CE – 170

One of the following for postgraduate study:

  • IELTS - 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)
  • TOEFL - 90 overall (minimum 20 in Writing)
  • PTE Academic - 58 overall (minimum 50 in communicative skills)
  • CE - 180

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Academic entry requirements for Massey programmes differ depending on the course level and subject. There are also academic admissions requirements that are dependent on the applicant's home country.

The minimum requirements are listed below, although some programmes may require higher scores from applicants.

Undergraduate

Many of Massey's undergraduate programmes require successful completion of New Zealand Year 13 - NCEA Level 3 (or equivalent) as a minimum.

Graduate diplomas

Applicants to graduate diploma programmes need to complete a three-year diploma or undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution.

Master's, postgraduate diplomas, and postgraduate certificates

To be considered for any of these qualifications, applicants need to complete an undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution.

Doctorate degrees (PhD)

Applicants need the equivalent of (or an advanced form of) a relevant bachelors or master's degree at first or second-class honours level. Applicants will also need to demonstrate previous experience in conducting independent research at postgraduate level.

English language requirements

Because Massey's programmes are taught in English, international students will also need to meet English language proficiency requirements. As a minimum, accepted tests and scores are:

Undergraduate

  • IELTS - 6.0 (with no band lower than 5.5)
  • TOEFL - 80 overall (with a minimum score of 19 in writing)
  • PTE Academic - 50 overall (with a minimum of 42 in communicative skills)
  • CE - 170

Postgraduate

  • IELTS - 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)
  • TOEFL - 90 overall (minimum 20 in Writing)
  • PTE Academic - 58 overall (minimum 50 in communicative skills)
  • CE - 180

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Academic entry requirements for Massey programmes differ depending on the course level and subject. There are also academic admissions requirements that are dependent on the applicant's home country.

The minimum requirements are listed below, although some programmes may require higher scores from applicants.

Undergraduate

Many of Massey's undergraduate programmes require successful completion of New Zealand Year 13 - NCEA Level 3 (or equivalent) as a minimum.

Graduate diplomas

Applicants to graduate diploma programmes need to complete a three-year diploma or undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution.

Master's, postgraduate diplomas, and postgraduate certificates

To be considered for any of these qualifications, applicants need to complete an undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution.

Doctorate degrees (PhD)

Applicants need the equivalent of (or an advanced form of) a relevant bachelors or master's degree at first or second-class honours level. Applicants will also need to demonstrate previous experience in conducting independent research at postgraduate level.

English language requirements

Because Massey's programmes are taught in English, international students will also need to meet English language proficiency requirements. As a minimum, accepted tests and scores are:

Undergraduate

  • IELTS - 6.0 (with no band lower than 5.5)
  • TOEFL - 80 overall (with a minimum score of 19 in writing)
  • PTE Academic - 50 overall (with a minimum of 42 in communicative skills)
  • CE - 170

Postgraduate

  • IELTS - 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)
  • TOEFL - 90 overall (minimum 20 in Writing)
  • PTE Academic - 58 overall (minimum 50 in communicative skills)
  • CE - 180

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Facilities

Facilities

Massey University offers students a wide range of facilities from accommodation and sports amenities to libraries, lounges and clubs.

Staying in university accommodation is a great way to meet other students and settle into life at Massey University within a safe and supportive environment.

Accommodation

Auckland campus

The Auckland campus has the only five star Qualmark accredited student accommodation in New Zealand.

Options on this campus include:

  • Halls of residence: full or part-catered (18-23 years)
  • 4-5 bedroom apartments (21+ years)
  • Studio units: meals not provided (25+ years)

Palmerston North campus

There are a wide range of on-campus Halls and Units, catering for students of different ages, programmes of study, and cultural backgrounds. All options have the same resources and support available.

Prices are based on the meal plan, the size of the room, and the age of the Hall. In a Catered Hall meals are provided at our central dining hall. In a Unit or Self-Catered Hall you purchase and prepare your own meals.

Wellington campus

This campus has 3-5 bedroom apartments and studios for students to choose from.

Our two Halls in Wellington are the Cube Hall and Kāinga Rua. Both are located in the heart of Wellington and within walking distance to the campus and central city. They have live-in residential staff to ensure you join a fun and safe community. Our team takes time to get to know all the residents and are there to give advice on how to get the best out of Hall life and studying at University.

Libraries

The Albany, Manawatū and Wellington libraries are equipped with extensive individual and group study spaces, computer labs, book collections and cafes.

Sport and recreation

The University’s sport and recreation facilities are available on the three campuses in Albany, Manawatu and Wellington. Facilities vary depending upon the campus but include cricket nets, basketball courts, tennis courts, athletics track, rugby fields, fitness classes plus a lot more.

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Facilities

Facilities

Massey University offers excellent facilities on all three campuses, from accommodation and sports amenities to libraries and clubs.

Accommodation

Auckland campus

The Auckland campus has the only five star Qualmark accredited student accommodation in New Zealand.

Options on this campus include:

  • Halls of residence: full or part-catered (18-23 years)
  • 4-5 bedroom apartments (21+ years)
  • Studio units: meals not provided (25+ years)

Palmerston North campus

There are a wide range of on-campus halls and units, catering for students of different ages, programmes of study, and cultural backgrounds. All options have the same resources and support available.

Prices are based on the meal plan, the size of the room, and the age of the hall. In a catered hall, meals are provided at the central dining hall. In a unit or self-catered hall students purchase and prepare their own meals.

Wellington campus

This campus has 3-5 bedroom apartments and studios for students to choose from.

The university’s two halls in the Wellington campus are Kāinga Rua as well as the Cube Hall. Both are situated at the very centre of Wellington and within walking distance of the univeristy’s campus and central city. The live-in residential staff ensure students join a fun and safe community. The team takes time to familiarise themselves with all the residents and offer advice on how to make the best out of hall life as well as studying at the university.

Libraries

The Albany, Manawatū and Wellington libraries are equipped with extensive individual and group study spaces, computer labs, book collections and cafes.

Sport and recreation

The university’s sport as well as recreation facilities are available to students on three of its campuses in Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington. Facilities vary depending upon the campus but include cricket nets, basketball courts, tennis courts, an athletics track, rugby fields, fitness classes plus a lot more.

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Facilities

Facilities

Massey University offers excellent facilities on all three campuses, from accommodation and sports amenities to libraries and clubs.

Accommodation

Auckland campus

The Auckland campus has the only five star Qualmark accredited student accommodation in New Zealand.

Options on this campus include:

  • Halls of residence: full or part-catered (18-23 years)
  • 4-5 bedroom apartments (21+ years)
  • Studio units: meals not provided (25+ years)

Palmerston North campus

There are a wide range of on-campus halls and units, catering for students of different ages, programmes of study, and cultural backgrounds. All options have the same resources and support available.

Prices are based on the meal plan, the size of the room, and the age of the hall. In a catered hall, meals are provided at the central dining hall. In a unit or self-catered hall students purchase and prepare their own meals.

Wellington campus

This campus has 3-5 bedroom apartments and studios for students to choose from.

The university's two halls in the Wellington campus are Kāinga Rua as well as the Cube Hall. Both are situated at the very centre of Wellington and within walking distance of the univeristy's campus and central city. The live-in residential staff ensure students join a fun and safe community. The team takes time to familiarise themselves with all the residents and offer advice on how to make the best out of hall life as well as studying at the university.

Libraries

The Albany, Manawatū and Wellington libraries are equipped with extensive individual and group study spaces, computer labs, book collections and cafes.

Sport and recreation

The university's sport as well as recreation facilities are available to students on three of its campuses in Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington. Facilities vary depending upon the campus but include cricket nets, basketball courts, tennis courts, an athletics track, rugby fields, fitness classes plus a lot more.

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Facilities

Facilities

Massey University offers excellent facilities across its three campuses, from accommodation and sports amenities to libraries and clubs, students are well catered for.

Accommodation

Each campus has its own student accommodation which suit a variety of needs and budgets. Catering for all ages, programmes of study and background, all student housing provide the same resources and support.

Accommodation costs are based on the selected meal plan, room size, and age of the hall.

In a catered hall, meals are provided at the central dining hall. In a unit or self-catered hall, students purchase and prepare their own meals.

Massey's Auckland campus offers full or part-catered halls of residence, multi-bedroom apartments and self-catered studio units. Accommodation on this campus has five-star accreditation from Qualmark, the only student housing in New Zealand with this accolade.

The Wellington campus offers apartments and studios, which house between three and five bedrooms each. Located within walking distance of the campus and city centre, students are supported by live-in residential staff.

Libraries

The university has three libraries: Albany, Manawatū and Wellington. Each library is equipped with extensive individual and group study spaces, computer labs, book collections and cafes.

Sport and recreation

All three campuses boast sport and recreation facilities. Facilities vary depending upon the campus but includes:

  • Athletics track
  • Basketball courts
  • Cricket nets
  • Fitness classes
  • Tennis courts
  • Rugby fields

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Facilities

Facilities

Massey University offers excellent facilities across its three campuses, from accommodation and sports amenities to libraries and clubs, students are well catered for.

Accommodation

Each campus has its own student accommodation which suit a variety of needs and budgets. Catering for all ages, programmes of study and background, all student housing provide the same resources and support.

Accommodation costs are based on the selected meal plan, room size, and age of the hall.

In a catered hall, meals are provided at the central dining hall. In a unit or self-catered hall, students purchase and prepare their own meals.

Massey's Auckland campus offers full or part-catered halls of residence, multi-bedroom apartments and self-catered studio units. Accommodation on this campus has five-star accreditation from Qualmark, the only student housing in New Zealand with this accolade.

The Wellington campus offers apartments and studios, which house between three and five bedrooms each. Located within walking distance of the campus and city centre, students are supported by live-in residential staff.

Libraries

The university has three libraries: Albany, Manawatū and Wellington. Each library is equipped with extensive individual and group study spaces, computer labs, book collections and cafes.

Sport and recreation

All three campuses boast sport and recreation facilities. Facilities vary depending upon the campus but includes:

  • Athletics track
  • Basketball courts
  • Cricket nets
  • Fitness classes
  • Tennis courts
  • Rugby fields

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Student support

Student support

Support for international students

Massey University is committed to providing a high level of care and support to all international students. International students have access to a range of services that help them get the assistance they require as easily as possible.

International support staff

Massey’s international support staff are committed to assisting students from the time of enrolment with their academic and personal needs. The team can help with accommodation, insurance and visa concerns.

Centre for teaching and learning

Each campus has a teaching and learning centre that helps students with all study related issues. The Centre of Teaching and Learning also helps students develop good study practices and examination skills. Students can make use of workshops and individual consultations. Health and counselling centres are available in all three campuses.

Apart from these, students also have access to career advice and religious services. Massey has over 100 student-run clubs where students can meet, have fun and make new friends.

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Student life

Student life

The university offers a number of helpful services as well as support options.

Health and Counselling

The Health and Counselling Centre is developed to offer students with an extensive range of professional as well as confidential health services. These are the services which are aimed to keep students healthy and active and enable them to achieve their goals at the university.

Every one of the university’s campuses have a committed team of professionals, which include highly skilled nurses, counsellors, doctors as well as a physiotherapist who can assist the students. It has skilled practice nurses who are available at any time of the day for appointments as well as telephone advice.

Student safety

New Zealand was ranked the 2nd most peaceful country in the world in the 2017 Global Peace Index.

Massey University adheres to New Zealand’s code of practice for the care of international students. It has dedicated international student support offices on each campus where students can get help and guidance.

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Student life

Student life

The university offers a number of helpful services as well as support options.

Health and Counselling

The Health and Counselling Centre is developed to offer students with an extensive range of professional as well as confidential health services. These are the services which are aimed to keep students healthy and active and enable them to achieve their goals at the university.

Every one of the university's campuses have a committed team of professionals, which include highly skilled nurses, counsellors, doctors as well as a physiotherapist who can assist the students. It has skilled practice nurses who are available at any time of the day for appointments as well as telephone advice.

Student safety

New Zealand was ranked the 2nd most peaceful country in the world in the 2017 Global Peace Index.

Massey University adheres to New Zealand's code of practice for the care of international students. It has dedicated international student support offices on each campus where students can get help and guidance.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students can apply for several scholarships at Massey University. This includes:

Undergraduate scholarships

  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Excellence Scholarships
  • Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship
  • New Zealand Scholarships for Pacific, Asian, African, Caribbean, and Latin American countries
  • Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fun

Postgraduate scholarships

  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Excellence Scholarships
  • Commonwealth Scholarships
  • Higher Education Commission Scholarships
  • Massey University Doctoral Scholarship
  • Massey University Postgraduate English Language Scholarships for Colombia
  • New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships
  • New Zealand Scholarships for Pacific, Asian, African, Caribbean, and Latin American countries

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students can apply for several scholarships at Massey University. This includes:

Undergraduate scholarships

  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Excellence Scholarships
  • Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship
  • New Zealand Scholarships for Pacific, Asian, African, Caribbean, and Latin American countries
  • Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fun

Postgraduate scholarships

  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Excellence Scholarships
  • Commonwealth Scholarships
  • Higher Education Commission Scholarships
  • Massey University Doctoral Scholarship
  • Massey University Postgraduate English Language Scholarships for Colombia
  • New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships
  • New Zealand Scholarships for Pacific, Asian, African, Caribbean, and Latin American countries

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Massey University has been getting a lot of backlash for not being very student friendly. Including their treatment of International students, who they are not very well qualified to handle.
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Massey University
Uninformed course removal during enrollment puts students in a spot where they have to choose from the available options. University doesn't update their website and the courses they provide for a program.
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Massey University Massey University
Rated2/5based on4 student reviews
Uninformed course removal during enrollment puts students in a spot where they have to choose from the available options. University doesn't update their website and the courses they provide for a program. Customer reviews:
Massey University - by, 2019-12-14
2.0/ 5 stars
Massey University Massey University
Rated2/5based on4 student reviews
Massey University has been getting a lot of backlash for not being very student friendly. Including their treatment of International students, who they are not very well qualified to handle. Customer reviews:
Massey University - by, 2019-12-14
3.0/ 5 stars
Massey University Massey University
Rated2/5based on4 student reviews
Customer reviews:
Massey University - by, 2019-12-14
3.0/ 5 stars
Massey University Massey University
Rated2/5based on4 student reviews
Customer reviews:
Massey University - by, 2019-12-14
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Massey University Massey University
Rated2/5based on4 student reviews
Uninformed course removal during enrollment puts students in a spot where they have to choose from the available options. University doesn't update their website and the courses they provide for a program. Customer reviews:
Massey University - by, 2019-12-14
2.0/ 5 stars
Massey University Massey University
Rated2/5based on4 student reviews
Massey University has been getting a lot of backlash for not being very student friendly. Including their treatment of International students, who they are not very well qualified to handle. Customer reviews:
Massey University - by, 2019-12-14
3.0/ 5 stars
Massey University Massey University
Rated2/5based on4 student reviews
Customer reviews:
Massey University - by, 2019-12-14
3.0/ 5 stars
Massey University Massey University
Rated2/5based on4 student reviews
Customer reviews:
Massey University - by, 2019-12-14
1.0/ 5 stars

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