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There's still time to start your study in 2018.
Semester two programmes commence mid July.
Wherever you want your learning to take you, find it with Massey University. Flexible, personal, expert and caring - that's the heart of the Massey learning experience.
Join a business school ranked in the top 2% globally
From trading in real dollars on the NZX in our Trading Room (the only one in New Zealand), to internships at the most innovative Kiwi companies, Massey Business School provides a unique combination of strong academic grounding and real-world learning. Become a resourceful and innovative business graduate, practically-prepared to lead in a new and changing world of business.
Massey's College of Creative Arts - Toi Rauwharangi in Wellington is where many of New Zealand's best designers and artists begin their careers. With the addition of music and creative media production subjects, the College will continue to produce graduates who will have a global impact across a full range of creative industries.
The health and social sector is the largest in New Zealand, and demand for healthcare workers is rising across the world. Join our 3,000 students (2400 undergraduates and 600 postgraduates) and get ready to address and help solve the health issues of the 21st century. With a Massey qualification in health, you’ll be in demand and enjoy a satisfying career improving people's lives.
With a Massey qualification in humanities or social sciences, you can inspire people, shape policy, solve problems and create new ways of thinking. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences examines all that it means to be human. You can explore language, ethics, history and culture, or study education, society and behaviour. Join us to discover where we've come from, and help shape where we're heading.
Massey University offers world-leading and unique programmes across our specialities. Our agriculture programme is no.1 in New Zealand according to global rankings and we offer the only veterinary programme in New Zealand, accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association and ranked 23rd in the world.
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Last updated on Wednesday 16 May 2018