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With three campuses and extensive distance learning expertise, Massey University is the closest thing New Zealand has to a national university.
Located on the North Shore of our largest city, this location offers new buildings and innovative facilities on a spacious campus.
The Palmerston North campus is the original Massey campus and has a huge number of specialist business staff on campus.
The Massey Business School is centrally located in the heart of the 'creative capital'.
More than 250,000 students have studied via distance at Massey – our expertise is unrivalled in New Zealand.
There are a large number of scholarships available to new and current students studying business at Massey.
Some of these include:
Our Future Leaders Scholarship is a prestigious scholarship to recognise emerging leaders enrolling in full-time business and agricommerce programmes at Massey University.
"Studying at Massey University has played a huge role in helping me to get to where I am today. It helped me learn more about how to lead, put my research into practice in my own life, and taught me a great deal about different types of leadership and leaders.
GoodWorld started with just myself and a laptop. I now have a team of 14 people and over 1600 non-profits signed up for the platform.
In 2016 we were honored in Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies issue alongside the likes of Facebook and TOMS"
"I chose the Massey MBA because its internationally recognised, develops senior generalist leaders and prepares us for the demands in todays business environments.
One of the highlights for me was the international study tour. We had the opportunity to go to United States and meet the Google team at Google.
Overall the best thing about the Massey MBA was forming amazing friendships with a diverse and unique group of people that I would not have met otherwise. You go through good times, you go through hardship, you challenge each other, you learn from each other and you support each other. And at the end of the day thats what business is about and now I have some great networks that I can call on throughout the world."
"Most of my programme was completed extramurally (by distance), which was great, as it allowed me to fit my learning around a challenging job, which required regular travel around New Zealand.
The variety and depth of topics available, combined with the knowledge, enthusiasm and experience of the staff delivering the papers made my study experience really enjoyable. I particularly enjoyed papers that incorporated personal reflection on my practice as a manager, and a broader reflection on how organisational design, culture and communication work together to influence the outcomes an organisation can achieve."
"I decided to continue on to a master’s degree as the effects of the Global Financial Crisis were starting to take hold and I felt to make it in the "new world" I needed something more than an undergraduate degree. With ever-increasing education inflation, a master’s degree would help me stand out from the crowd and give me a longer-term investment in myself.
I now hold a Controllers Certificate (soon to be remote pilot licence) and an Aeronautical Radio Operators Certificate. I am an associate member of the London-based Royal Aeronautical Society and the Secretariat for the Australian Unmanned Aircraft Standards sub-committee, an industry-regulator forum."
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Last updated on Monday 17 October 2016