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A: Absolutely! We would be very keen to help. To publicise your vacancy we would use the NZUniCareerHub portal. This is basically a 'one-stop-shop' through which you can access the students and recent graduates of seven of New Zealand’s eight universities. Note that using this to advertise most internships; scholarships; voluntary work and roles within charitable and not-for-profit organisations is free of charge.
In addition, we offer a range of other services to employers and you can access details of these here.
A: Massey University offers the broadest range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in New Zealand, totalling in excess of 100 degrees, diplomas and certificates.
Many of our teaching and research programmes are characterised by their applied nature and we have special expertise in the areas of technology, science, applied science and business studies. You can find out more about our programmes here.
A: This varies from campus to campus. We hold an annual Volunteer expo on each campus, a general career expo on our Manawatu campus every May, and an Accountancy and Finance one on our Albany campus in March or April every year. Please contact us for more information on these.
Note too, that you can access information on almost all of the NZ university career expos here.
You may also be keen to take an active part in the student workshops and seminars that we run regularly on each of our campuses. These cover a broad range of career and employment topics and can offer an invaluable way of meeting students interested in your specific field; in what you are looking for in future employees and in your advice on job search and selection. To find out more and explore the possibilities, please contact us.
A: No, we do not pre-select students or graduates for any employer. Note too that we’re unable to verify that any job applicants from Massey are legally entitled to work in New Zealand and that we do not accept any liability whatsoever in this regard. You can access advice on employing international students and/or graduates here and here.
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Last updated on Sunday 16 April 2017