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We advise you to enrol early in the enrolment period, since student numbers are limited to 30 per course. Check key dates to determine your deadline for enrolment.
Early enrolment also ensures that you receive study materials before the course starts.
Information on how to enrol in the Master of Veterinary Medicine (MVM) programme and how much each course costs is included below.
Online enrolment is the primary method of enrolment for the majority of students entering the Master of Veterinary Medicine programme.
International students new to the programme who have not studied at Massey previously will need to follow the instructions in the guide to MVM enrolment for new international students.
If you are unsure of your enrolment situation, please answer the questions below to work out which procedure is right for you.
First check if you meet the MVM entry requirements.
We advise you to enrol early in the enrolment period since student numbers are limited to 30 per course. Early enrolment also ensures that you receive study materials before the course starts.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
At Massey University, students pay tuition fees and non-tuition (administrative) fees. Below are provisional tuition fees for 2017 MVM courses. Non-tuition fees range between $200-$400 NZD; they vary according to where you live and how the examination is delivered.
|MVM 15 credit courses||$6360||$1514.14|
|118.851 Research Report (MVM)
|118.852 Research Report (MVM)
|118.853 Advanced Professional Practice in Veterinary Medicine
* international students living outside NZ are not liable for GST
** domestic students are subsidised by the NZ government and pay GST if they live in NZ
Fees (combined tuition and non-tuition fees) include the cost of:
Fees do not include the costs of textbooks that you may need to buy (some courses only), or travel, accommodation, and meals to attend the contact workshop.
Fees for domestic students are subsidised by the NZ government. See fees information for domestic students.
We may cancel courses if there are insufficient enrolments, but this is highly unlikely. We advise affected students before the course starts, and we will offer places in other courses or refund your fees.
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Last updated on Wednesday 01 February 2017