School of Engineering and Advanced Technology

The School of Engineering and Advanced Technology is committed to bringing our capability to the world. Our staff, researchers, students are making food production more efficient, ensuring disaster relief teams are effectively managed, and enable remote areas to be wirelessly connected.


Engineering students working on projects

The future challenges and complexity our globe will encounter, such as population growth and a global economy, increases the importance of our students develop a skill base that can future-proof their careers. Our programmes are problem-based, industry-connected and research-led.


Researcher using microscope

Our researchers work collaboratively, blending disciplines to solve problems that have global impact. We leverage solutions from many areas of specialisation. From micro-electronics to detect animal pain to using artificial intelligence in smart homes for our aging population. We are future-focused, committed to helping society, communities and industry.


Find out more about the Massey study programmes, research, facilities, services and people working in the School of Engineering and Advanced Technology’s areas of specialisation.


Auckland campus

In Auckland Massey’s campus is in Albany on the North Shore. The School of Engineering and Advanced Technology is based at the Albany Village Precinct, off Kell Drive and State Highway 17.

Outside of a building on Massey University''s Albany campus

Manawatū campus

The School of Engineering and Advanced Technology is located in the Riddet Complex, adjacent to the Food Pilot Plant in the centre of Massey’s Manawatū campus in Palmerston North.

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Events and outreach

Woman using augmented reality glasses

The School hosts research seminars, conferences and workshops and a number of events for Year 12 and 13 students and their teachers to experience engineering, food technology and information sciences at Massey.

Events and outreach

Meet our graduates


Destructive and non-destructive testing

We have expertise in testing for yield and tensile strength of a range of materials, using destructive and non-destructive methods. Our equipment include a tensilometer and scanning electron microscopes.

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Student clubs

There are two campus-based student associations for technology and engineering students at Massey University called Techensoc. They are run by the students for the students.

Techensoc facebook page

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Staff and careers

Julian Heyes

Head of School of Engineering and Advanced Technology


A professor of postharvest technology, Professor Heyes' research background is in cell physiology, with more recent research focusing on connecting science to growth of the horticulture sector based on novel, high-value niche products.

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Massey careers

College of Sciences

The School of Engineering and Advanced Technology is one of seven interconnected schools within the College of Sciences.

College of Sciences

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