Concurrent school/university study

Permission may be granted for full-time secondary school students to enrol in one or two courses (up to a maximum of 30 credits in an academic year). The guidelines used when assessing applications are:

  1. The student will normally be expected to have completed NCEA level 3 in the subject in which university study is sought. The student should have gained a minimum of 18 credits at level 3 and these should mostly be at ‘Merit’ or ‘Excellence'. For language subjects particular attention is paid to the externally-assessed standards. The student’s overall performance in NCEA will also be considered. As a minimum, the student should have obtained at least 14 credits in at least two other subjects on the approved list, at Level 2 for Year 13 students or at Level 1 for Year 12 students.

  2. The student needs to be 16 years of age by the first day of the semester in which the first course is taught.

  3. If the student is under 16 years of age at the start of the semester, consideration will be given only in exceptional circumstances. Contact Dr Kathleen Vossler, by emailing K.R.Vossler@massey.ac.nz.

  4. Students will need to have achieved the literacy and numeracy standards required for university admission.

  5. The school Principal must indicate his/her support for the enrolment on the "School + Massey" form. For more information and forms please contact your local Student Recruitment Advisor.

  6. Permission for school students to enrol in a course does not constitute formal admission to the university. Students are required to matriculate before they may apply to credit courses, passed while still at secondary school, to a qualification.

  7. Students who are completing their Year 13 at secondary school and who wish to enrol in Summer School course(s) need to apply for Summer School Discretionary Entrance, please apply online. For more information please contact your local Student Recruitment Advisor.

 

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