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Enhancing and promoting health for all
First of its kind in New Zealand
Massey University College of Health is a dynamic hub of leading academics and researchers working together to solve the global health challenges of the 21st century.
Career prospects are excellent for College of Health graduates.
The health and social sector is the largest in New Zealand, and demand for healthcare workers is rising across the world. New Zealand isn’t producing enough graduates – 42% of our health workforce was trained overseas. 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.
We run health clinics for the general public. Find out more about our clinics.
Take part in our baby-feeding survey on The importance of nutrition in the first 1000 days.
Benefit from the expertise of our world-leading health researchers. Whether you're a student or research collaborator, you will work alongside the most innovative thinkers and experts in New Zealand.
Our dynamic new college, founded in 2013 and built on a legacy of excellence, brings outstanding health specialists together to solve the big health problems of the 21st century.
We're focused on the future. Read our strategic plan: A 21st Century College of Health - Te Kura Hauora Tangata (9,420 KB)
For enquiries about studying health, please contact Massey University by email, fax, phone, live chat or online form.
For general enquiries about the College of Health, please email us.
For College of Health staff members, please see our staff list.
For our clinics please see our clinics page.
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Last updated on Tuesday 13 October 2015