International relations

Massey currently has formal international agreements with more than 200 institutions worldwide. These cover the full spectrum of University activities including student foundation and pathway arrangements, undergraduate and postgraduate articulation, home-government scholarship provision, study abroad and student and staff exchange relationships, transnational online and blended education delivery, and many joint research collaborations all over the world.

Massey is a leader in international student pathways and articulation through undergraduate and postgraduate collaborative arrangements with partner institutions in China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.

The University is increasingly taking these strengths to the world as part of mutually beneficial education collaborations, including the EpiCentre’s delivery for the World Bank of One Health veterinary medicine and public health masterate programmes to 67 health professionals from India,Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal, China and Mongolia.

We are committed to developing and sustaining international research, teaching and consultancy activities through collaboration with institutions of compatible standing and disciplinary profile.

Massey is among the top three New Zealand universities in winning external research income.

Our research partnerships include tripartite research collaborations with leading Chinese universities, including Peking University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and membership of the Global Alliance on Food Security Research, under which six leading agrifood universities and research institutions have joined forces to find ways to increase world food production in a sustainable manner.

The World Bank has also chosen Massey to help lead the Global Food Safety Partnership, which is a public-private partnership aimed at improving international food safety capacity

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