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Pukeahu ki Tua, Think Differently Wellington

Developing employable, innovative and creative students

Pukeahu ki Tua is unique to Massey’s creative Wellington campus; it's a series of collaborative, cross-campus projects involving people from throughout the campus community. Staff and students can contribute to the Pukeahu ki Tua which aims to build our campus profile and enhance:

  • Student Employability
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Experiential Learning
  • Communication and Collaboration
  • A Living Lab Campus methodology

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Think Differently Wellington has four aims.


Improving graduate employability

The development of a set of achievements – skills, understandings and personal attributes – that makes graduates more likely to gain employment and be successful in their chosen occupations, which benefits themselves, the workforce, the community and the economy.


Encouraging entrepreneurship

"The pursuit of opportunities beyond resources controlled." (Howard Stevenson)
Entrepreneuring is the effort given to bring about new economic, social, institutional, and cultural environments through the actions of an individual or group of individuals.

Experiential learning

Providing experiential learning

Experiential learning is a philosophy and/or methodology where educators purposefully engage with students in direct experiences and focused reflection in order to increase knowledge, develop skills, and clarify values.

Living lab

Being a 'living lab' campus

A Living Lab involves co-creators on equal grounds with the rest of participants and experimentation in real-world settings.


To find out more, get involved or send us compliments contact:
Andrea Marsden
Project Manager, Pukeahu ki Tua Te Whanaganui-a-Tara
MAWSA/Co-Lab, SST 2.11
(04) 801 5799 Ext 63967

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