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.

What can I study?

We offer more qualifications that any other university in New Zealand.

Am I eligible?

View entrance requirements to see if you’re eligible to study at Massey.

Why Massey?

Join a supportive learning environment that will help you achieve your educational and career aspirations.

What does it cost?

Find out about fees and funding options.

How do I apply?

Go through the application checklist to study at Massey.

Where can I study?

You can choose to study in Auckland, Manawatu, Wellington, or by distance.

What can I expect?

Find out what to expect and watch videos of conversations with students.

What services are available?

We provide services and resources to help you make the most of your time at Massey.

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Grace Pettit, Bachelor of AgriScience student major in agriculture

My study at Massey has been above and beyond anything I could have expected. It has been a lot of hard work, but my learning experience has been broad. In turn, developing my way of thinking about agriculture, to an open, future focussed and holistic view.

I had a number of passions growing up, but agriculture was one I saw as being able to make into a career. I chose my degree because to my knowledge, I have a greater chance of moving into a fabulous career at the end of my studies.

My membership with New Zealand Young Farmers has extended my university experience exponentially. There is an extensive list of things that have added to my University experience because of being involved with Young Farmers. I’m by nature not the sort of person to sit quietly in the shadows, which would have been easy to do in our large agriculture class. Us “Aggies” are a tight community, like-minded, competitive and full of big personalities. I would definitely say things have snowballed for me since my first year at Uni.

During my study I have been doing a pasture measurement for a local Farm IQ monitor farm as well as summer practical work, and writing for national rural publications.

At this stage, the world is my oyster. There are so many options, the hard part is choosing one and I look forward to seeing what opportunities await.

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