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Welcome to the School of Management at Massey University, Te Kunenga Ki Pürehuroa. The School is multi-faceted, based on the central discipline of Management.
As one of the largest schools in Massey University’s College of Business, our focus is on "Creating Leaders and Transforming Business". Our innovative academic programmes are practical and relevant, taking a hands-on approach to contemporary business issues. This is backed up by a broad range of research expertise, including three world-class research centres.
Massey University’s School of Management is one of the most highly-respected in Aotearoa New Zealand. We have a large number of experienced academic and support staff, who are all here to help you with your studies.
The main areas of study offered by the School are Management, Business Information Systems, Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Human Resource Management, International Business and Sport Business Management, as well as Dispute Resolution and Occupational Safety and Health.
You can study business at any of Massey University’s three campuses in Albany, Manawatu and Wellington, or through the flexibility of our distance learning programme.
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Last updated on Thursday 23 May 2013
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