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Prospective students and their families will be heading to Massey University’s three campuses over the next month to see what student life has to offer.
Beginning with the Manawatū campus on Wednesday, August 7, staff and students will be busy showcasing the many aspects of student life from study options to accommodation.
Concourse will once again be alive with sheep shearing, fire juggling, plenty of food and various music and culture clubs, giving students a chance to see what surrounds academic study at Massey.
from start here marquees at the Colombo Road bus stop, students will be heading off to various parts of campus to learn more about Massey’s programmes and degrees. With lectures and workshops looking at study options in creative writing and film to finance, food technology, marketing, agriculture, accounting, aviation, psychology, nursing, education, engineering, ecology and many more across business, creative arts, health, humanities and social sciences and sciences.
This year there will be coloured tape lines around campus in conjunction with directional signage.
Follow GREEN to science
Follow RED to health
Follow BLUE to business
Follow ORANGE to humanities and social sciences
Follow SILVER to services
Follow YELLOW to Concourse
Follow PINK to creative arts
A Bachelor of Arts Speed Dating session will be held in Social Sciences Lecture Block 4. The always popular animal-related programmes will be based around the AgHort buildings. The newly opened Investment Room and Manawatū campus Student Enterprise Studio, will be based near concourse, with the later housing a flight simulator. As well as sheep milk and virtual reality tasting session on concourse.
There will be Information sessions on scholarships, postgraduate study, accommodation, budgeting, student exchanges and studying via distance, as well as tours of the Recreation Centre, Equestrian Centre and Accommodation Halls, plus regular buses to the Massey Flight Operations Centre in Milson.
Natasha Drake in AgHort 4 showcasing veterinary and animal sciences.
Manawatū Open Day will be followed by an Open Day on Massey’s Wellington campus on Friday August 23 and the Auckland campus on Saturday August 24.
Head to www.massey.ac.nz/opendays for more information and to register attendance.
Created: 02/08/2019 | Last updated: 06/08/2019
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