Physical address

Tennent Dr, 4442 Manawatu, New Zealand

Contact No.

+64 6 350 5599


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Massey University

Manawatu      University

Massey University is distinctive amongst New Zealand universities because of its ability to deliver research-led teaching and research training on three campuses in Auckland, Manawatu, and Wellington.

Massey has strong links with industry and commerce contributing to economic development as exemplified by our teaching and research in applied areas such as veterinary medicine, food technology, information sciences, engineering technology, agriculture, finance, marketing and accountancy.

International students who come to Massey find a warm, friendly place to study and an intellectual climate in which they are encouraged to excel. The Massey philosophy is to help students prepare for career challenges in today, with programmes that are relevant, innovative and flexible.



Areas & Subjects of Study

# Course Intake Location
1 Bachelor of Business (Economics)
Bachelor - Level 7
February, July Auckland Campus, Palmerston North Campus Apply
2 Bachelor of Business (Finance)
Bachelor - Level 7
February, July Auckland Campus, Palmerston North Campus Apply
3 Bachelor of Business (Strategic Communication)
Bachelor - Level 7
February, July Auckland Campus, Palmerston North Campus Apply
4 Graduate Diploma in Business Studies
Graduate Diploma - Level 7
February, July Auckland Campus, Palmerston North Campus Apply
5 Master of Business Studies (Finance)
Master - Level 9
February, July Auckland Campus, Palmerston North Campus Apply
# Course Intake Location
1 Bachelor of Accountancy
Bachelor - Level 7
February, July Auckland Campus, Palmerston North Campus Apply
2 Bachelor of Applied Economics
Bachelor - Level 7
February, July Auckland Campus, Palmerston North Campus Apply
3 Bachelor of Business (Accountancy)
Bachelor - Level 7
February, July Auckland Campus, Palmerston North Campus Apply
4 Master of Business Studies (Accountancy)
Master - Level 9
February Auckland Campus Apply
5 Master of Finance
Master - Level 9
February, July Auckland Campus, Palmerston North Campus, Wellington Campus Apply
6 Master of Management (Accountancy)
Master - Level 9
February Auckland Campus Apply
7 Master of Professional Accountancy and Finance
Master - Level 9
February, August Auckland Campus, Wellington Campus Apply
8 Postgraduate Diploma in Accountancy
Graduate Diploma - Level 7
February, July Auckland Campus Apply
# Course Intake Location
1 Bachelor of Creative Media Production
Bachelor - Level 7
Feruary, July Wellington Campus Apply
2 Bachelor of Design (Fashion)
Bachelor - Level 7
February Wellington Campus Apply
3 Bachelor of Design (Industrial Design)
Bachelor - Level 7
February Wellington Campus Apply
4 Bachelor of Design (Photography)
Bachelor - Level 7
February Wellington Campus Apply
5 Bachelor of Design (Spatial Design)
Bachelor - Level 7
February Wellington Campus Apply
6 Bachelor of Design (Textile Design)
Bachelor - Level 7
Februray Wellington Campus Apply
7 Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication Design)
Bachelor - Level 7
February Wellington Campus Apply
8 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours)
Bachelor - Level 7
February Wellington Campus Apply
9 Graduate Diploma in Design
Graduate Diploma - Level 7
February Wellington Campus Apply
10 Graduate Diploma in Fine Arts
Graduate Diploma - Level 7
February Wellington Campus Apply

Qualifications Available

Bachelor
Bachelor Honours Degree
Certificate
Diploma
Doctoral Degree
Foundation Programme
Graduate Certificate
Graduate Diploma
Master
Postgraduate Certificate
Postgraduate Diploma

School Features

Academic guidance
Accommodation advisory services
Banking facilities on campus
Career guidance
English language support
Homestay placement services

Accommodation

Halls of residence
Onsite apartments



The Manawatu is heartland New Zealand. A landscape that sweeps from the sea to the Tararua Ranges, it offers an exciting range of adventure activities.

Choose from rafting, kayaking, blokarting, horse trekking, mountain biking, rock climbing and a host of other activities.

If you want to experience country life, it’s all around you. Go to a real stock auction. This is where the farmers buy and sell their farm animals, gathering around pens as the auctioneer rattles off bids. Stock auctions are one of New Zealand’s oldest traditions, dating back to the 1880s.

Or you could find a farmstay and meet farmers whose families have been on the land for generations.

There’s a great diversity of attractions in Manawatu. In the vibrant student city of Palmerston North you can explore the world’s first museum devoted to rugby. If you’re a garden lover there are some fabulous public and private gardens to see, including one of the top rose gardens in the world. And a little way down the road around Horowhenua you’ll find such quirky attractions as an owl park, a farm devoted to Clydesdales and a fully operational Dutch windmill.





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