Future students

Massey University is an exciting and progressive New Zealand university. We offer internationally recognised research-led qualifications that are hugely relevant in today’s world. Join us, and become part of the new New Zealand.

Why choose Massey?

Massey University is New Zealand's biggest university. Find out the top 20 reasons you should study with us.

What can I study?

We have more qualifications than any other university in New Zealand including some you can only study with us.

Where can I study?

With Massey you can study at our campuses in Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington as well as by distance.

What can I expect?

Find out what university is like by viewing information and videos, what the study requirements are and who studies with us.

Am I eligible?

View our entrance requirements to find out whether you are eligible to study at Massey.

What will it cost?

Find out all about fees and student loans as well as what scholarships and awards are available.

What services are there?

We offer a wide range of services including accommodation, library services, recreation centres, and much more.

How do I apply?

Check out our guide for how to apply to Massey.

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