School of Management

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The largest management school in New Zealand

Massey University's internationally-accredited School of Management is a centre of expertise for study and research into contemporary management issues. We are the largest and one of the most highly-respected management schools in New Zealand.

We are committed not only to excellence in teaching and research, but to connecting with community and business organisations and using our expertise to improve business and society.


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Our learning techniques transform our students into the quick-thinking, problem-solving professionals that today’s fast-changing business environment demands.
Whether it is your first degree, or you are looking for postgraduate-level study we have a management qualification to suit.


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Management research at Massey focuses on real solutions to contemporary management issues and principles. We support the management community in our key areas of expertise. Massey also offers multiple options for research degrees (master’s and doctorates).


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

Meet our graduates


Auckland campus

In Auckland Massey’s campus is in Albany on the North Shore. The School of Management is based ....

Manawatū campus

The School of Management is located in the Business Studies Central (BSC) building on the main campus.

Accreditation and rankings

Staff and careers

Professor Stephen Kelly

Head of the School of Management

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As well as head of the School of Management, Stephen is acting Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Massey Business School.

His research expertise is in entrepreneurship, innovation and regional development. Since joining academia from the building industry in 1998, Stephen has published over 70 refereed articles, secured in excess of $1M in grant, project and research funding, and maintained a research focus on marketing and enterprise development.

All staff

Massey careers

Special Interest Groups (SIGs)


The School of Management has set up groupings of researchers who work across the School on research themes – Special Interest Groups or SIGs:

  • Critical Organisation and Management Studies
  • Creativity in Organisations
  • Employment Relations
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Health Services
  • Healthy Work Group
  • Management, Analytics and Decision Making
  • Māori Business
  • Massey People, Organisations, Work and Employment Research
  • Public Sector Management
  • Strategy, International Business and Government
  • Sustainability and Responsibility
  • Valuing Human Resources

About Special Interest Groups

The School's Māori name

Postgraduate research scholarships

During 2018, a number of Master of Business Studies (MBS) projects will be offered by the School of Management. One student will be awarded a $7000 scholarship for specific projects, which will fulfil the requirements for a 90 credit or 120 credit thesis.

The Massey Business School also offers a PhD scholarship.

Master of Business Studies scholarships

Working with us

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The School of Management is committed not only to excellence in teaching and research, but to connecting with community and business organisations and using our expertise to improve business and society. We work with business and industry on placing interns, running conferences and workshops and providing consultancy and bespoke research.

Working with us

Massey Business School

The School of Management is one of five interconnected schools within the Massey Business School.

Massey Business School

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