• College of Business

    Advancing enterprise, inspiring leadership


College of Business – Kaupapa Whai Pakihi

The College of Business is one of New Zealand’s leading and largest business schools.
Our vision is excellence in relevant, innovative, research-led study of local and global enterprise.
We pride ourselves on education that is flexible, accessible, connected to practice and that prepares students for the first job - and beyond.
We offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications, including the MBA, on our campuses in Albany, Manawatū and Wellington. We also have the most extensive range of distance-learning offerings of any New Zealand business school.

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We engage with the business community and excel in research-led teaching in synergy with our research specialisations.

Learn more about our staff, accreditation, strategic plan, mission, and community and business connections.

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Our programmes connect you to industry, and prepare you for lifelong success. We welcome both domestic and international students.

Learn more about studying in the College of Business.

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High-impact research is one of our key strategic priorities. The following specialisations are our signature platforms of research excellence:

  • Agrifood business
  • Financial services
  • Innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Responsibility and citizenship

Learn more about our research.


For enquiries about studying business, contact Massey University by email, fax, phone, live chat or online form.

For specific staff members, see our staff list.

For specific enquiries, please email our schools:

School of Accountancy

School of Aviation 

School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing 

School of Economics and Finance

School of Management

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