Massey University

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New Zealand’s only multi-campus university.


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New Zealand’s only multi-campus university.

What Makes Us Unique:
Massey University is ranked in the Top 300 Universities in the world. We have particular strengths in Agricultural, Animal, and Environmental Sciences and in Creative Arts and Design. Having urban, suburban, and college-town campuses allows students to personalise their experiences in New Zealand.
Our facilities include financial trading rooms, a veterinary teaching hospital, native wildlife surgical centre, equestrian stables, a fleet of aircraft and pilot-training hangars, digital More fabrication labs, and multiple audio recording studios.
Massey’s full-semester internship provides students with valuable experiences in professional placements. Student-athletes can continue their conditioning and training through our Global Student-Athlete programme.

What’s Included in Our Programs:

Students have a range of on and off-campus housing options and a wealth of student support services. Students can use Federal Aid and Veterans Affairs funding to study at Massey.

More About Us:

Find Yourself In New Zealand

Studying at one of Massey’s campuses in Auckland, Palmerston North, or Wellington is a great way to strengthen your resume and explore a beautiful country while gaining academic credit toward your degree.

One of our students filmed the amazing things she got up to during her time at Massey.  You can’t do all this back home!

Massey is a world-ranked university offering excellent courses when you’re not out having the time of your life exploring New Zealand. Our What can I study page is a great place to begin looking for courses.

Unique courses and internships

Personalise your overseas experience by taking courses focusing on New Zealand’s history, culture, or peoples.  A number of Massey courses also offer fieldwork components.

Looking for an internship or experiences outside the classroom? Massey’s full-semester internships and other experiential opportunities provide you with future-focused skills to strengthen your resume. One great option is to intern us on the Study Abroad and Student Exchange team.

Global Student-Athlete

A semester abroad doesn’t have to keep you from your training.  Global Student-Athlete provides athletes from any sport with a range of services to increase your strength, improve your stamina, boost your mental game, and send you back fitter than when you arrived.

Life at Massey

We know moving across the ocean to live and study can be a bit intimidating.  Not to worry, though.  We have a range of support services to ease your transition and get the most out of your time in New Zealand.  You can find out what it is like to be here by reading blogs from past students and watching our Massey and student videos.

Study Abroad at Massey from home

Travel restrictions don’t have to keep you from having your New Zealand experience. Virtual Study Abroad allows you to study at Massey remotely.

How to apply

Applying to Massey University is a simple process and we are here to help you through it.  You can email us with any questions or stay up to date by liking us on Facebook.  We look forward to hosting you here in Aotearoa/New Zealand!

Program Partner Info

Semester – Spring, Short Term – Summer, Semester – Fall, Year Long

New Zealand

Business, Cultural Studies, Economics, History, Political Science, Accounting, Advertising, Agriculture, Animal Science, Anthropology, Art History, Arts, Asian Studies, Aviation, Biochemistry, More Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Classical Studies, Communications, Computer Science, Conflict Studies, Conservation and Preservation, Creative Writing, Design, Digital Media, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Education, Engineering, English, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Studies, Fashion Design, Film, Finance, Food Science and Nutrition, Geography, Geology, Graduate Studies, Graphic Design, Healthcare, Health Sciences, Humanities, Human Rights, Indigenous Cultures, Information Technology, Interior Design, International Business, International Relations, Journalism, Kinesiology, Language Studies, Liberal Arts, Life Sciences, Linguistics, Literature, Māori Studies, Marine Biology, Marketing, Mathematics, Media Relations, Music, Natural Sciences, Nursing, Pacific Studies, Peace Studies, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Photography, Physical Therapy, Physics, Psychology, Public Health, Public Policy, Public Relations, Social Sciences, Social Work, Sociology, Sports, Sports Science, Statistics, Sustainable Development, Technology, Theater, Veterinary, Visual Arts, Web Design, Wildlife Sciences