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Together with the application form all students are required to provide Massey University with the following documents in support of their application:
When submitting supporting documents with your application, it is important that you provide either the original document or a verified copy of the original. Documents in other languages must be translated into English and then verified in English.
All photocopies of official documents (birth certificates, passports, academic transcripts, graduation certificates) must be verified (also known as certification/notarisation). Verification of photocopied documents is necessary to confirm that the photocopied document is a ‘true copy’ of the original.
Guidelines for verifying a photocopied document:
Please note: Faxed documents from any source are not accepted. Scanned documents from any source other than Massey's registered education agents are not accepted.
When applying to study at Massey, you can choose to use the services of one of Massey University's education agents or representatives to support you through the application process.
An education agent is able to provide you with information about Massey's programmes, assist you with selecting the best campus for you, send your application and supporting documents to Massey on your behalf, give you an explanation of the offer letter process, and also assist you with your application for a student visa.
The use of an education agent will not affect the outcome of your application assessment or acceptance to study at Massey. We welcome applications directly from students.
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Last updated on Monday 19 December 2016