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We embrace diversity, talent and performance, and provide staff and students with an extensive range of opportunities to develop intellectually, professionally and personally.
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New Zealand itself is truly beautiful. New Zealand is renowned for its natural resources, its breathtaking scenery, its peacefulness, and the friendliness and hospitality of its people.
The country is conveniently close to Asia, Australia and the South Pacific and has a reputation for being a safe and relaxing environment to live in.
For more than 80 years, Massey University has helped shape the lives and communities of people in New Zealand and around the world. Its forward-thinking spirit, research-led teaching, and cutting-edge discoveries make Massey New Zealand’s defining university.
Massey University's governing body is the University Council. Council members include lay, academic and student members. The University Council is responsible for the governance of the affairs, concerns and property of the University. Massey University's senior leadership team is responsible for university management. This team is led by the former government minister, Vice-Chancellor Steve Maharey.
Massey University and its majority-owned subsidiaries form the legal entity 'Massey University'. Massey University's commercial centres are departments whose principal purpose is to undertake commercial and trading activities.
Massey University Foundation is Massey University's registered charitable trust. Massey Foundation exists to enable excellence at the University. To achieve this, Massey Foundation works with Massey alumni and other supporters, industry, government and charitable organisations. It finds funding for scholarships, research projects and other activities at Massey University.
The Office of Development and Alumni Relations invites you to maintain and strengthen your relationship with the Massey community. Participate in Massey alumni social events. Become involved in the activities of our regional Massey alumni groups (known as chapters) and international Massey alumni networks.
Massey News features the latest university news releases issued by External Relations, along with sections on recent research, events and stories on the achievements and activities of University staff, students and alumni.
Massey University organises a wide range of academic and community events each year to complement the academic calendar.
Social media is a fast and effective way for Massey to connect and engage with students, prospective students, alumni, academic faculty, staff and the community.
Find here a list of academic and general staff vacancies currently available at Massey University. You will also find some information about us: what we are like, what our defining qualities are, the benefits we provide to our staff - and information on our five colleges and our three campuses.
Massey University began in 1927 as a small agricultural college in Palmerston North. Under its first principal, Sir Geoffrey Peren, it widened its range and enhanced its reputation. Sir Geoffrey retired in 1958, and in 1964, Massey became a full university. In the last 40 years, it has continued growing, to become New Zealand's largest residential university, spread over three cities.
The Massey University Calendar provides details of the University regulations and programmes. The Calendar also provides general information about Massey University, our colleges, our campuses, our staff, and the various facilities and services that are available to staff and students.
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Last updated on Thursday 16 January 2014