Massey University hosts many events throughout the year, from conferences, exhibitions, public lectures, meetings, performances, seminars, to workshops. A few of the upcoming events are shown below.

For more information on current and forthcoming events go to our calendar of events.

Upcoming events

CoCA tourCoCA tour
Fri 15 May 2015 - Wellington
From May to November the College of Creative Arts runs monthly tour experiences.
Triggering Memory SymposiumTriggering Memory Symposium
Today 2:00 PM - Wellington
A Massey University-Syracuse University-Memory Waka partnership presents the Triggering Memory Symposium to be held from 1-2 September 2015.
Stress Less WorkshopStress Less Workshop
Mon 7 Sep 2015 - Manawatu
Ever wondered why Stress messes with your head and your feelings? Then come to our FREE Workshop to find out why, and effective ways to Stress Less
Essential viewing for Studio Ghibli fansEssential viewing for Studio Ghibli fans
Mon 7 Sep 2015 - Albany
Take a look inside the studio that captivated audiences the world over with Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle, at Massey University September 7th
Peter Turner Memorial Lecture 2015Peter Turner Memorial Lecture 2015
Wed 9 Sep 2015 - Wellington
Paul Seawright – The Landscape of Conflict: Photography, Society and Contested Space
Massey University Alpine Club presents NZ Mountain Film FestivalMassey University Alpine Club presents NZ Mountain Film Festival
Wed 9 Sep 2015 - Manawatu
Massey University Alpine Club presents NZ Mountain Film Festival All proceeds going directly towards the MUAC Hut, supported by Bivouac Outdoors
Development Studies Seminar: Sarah McKenzieDevelopment Studies Seminar: Sarah McKenzie
from Wed 16 Sep 2015 - multiple locations
Building Youth Capacities in Burkina Faso – A Public-Private-NGO partnership to address issues of youth employability and employment
Wed 23 Sep 2015 - Manawatu
It's Cool to Korero - Join us for Education, Food, Entertainment and Prizes!
A Journey into the Brazilian InteriorA Journey into the Brazilian Interior
from Fri 2 Oct 2015 - multiple locations
Join Dr Marcus Maia from Rio de Janeiro for a doucmentary and talk about indigenous cultures and languages of Brazil.
The use of meta-analysis for causal inference in epidemiologyThe use of meta-analysis for causal inference in epidemiology
Mon 19 Oct 2015 - Wellington
The Centre for Public Health Research hosts a short course presented by Professor Allan Smith, Professor of Epidemiology, University of California.

Open days for prospective students

Open days are designed to give you an insight into university life. If you are a prospective student, come along and find out what Massey has to offer. Read on to find out more including upcoming dates and venues.


Orientation programmes

Orientation programmes are held twice a year for our new students with specific programmes designed to suit your needs.  Read on to find out more, including upcoming dates and venues.


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