School of Management , Te Kāhui Kahurangi

The School of Management is the largest and one of the most highly-respected management schools in New Zealand.

Overview

Massey's internationally-accredited School of Management is a centre of expertise for study and research into contemporary management issues.

We are committed not only to excellence in teaching and research, but to connecting with community and business organisations and using our expertise to improve business and society.

How we fit

The School of Management is part of the:

Massey Business School

The Massey Business School is one of New Zealand’s leading and largest business schools.

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Te Tiriti o Waitangi at Massey

At Massey we are Tiriti-led, upholding te Tiriti o Waitangi principles through our practice.

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Study with us

Our learning techniques transform our students into the quick-thinking, problem-solving professionals that today’s fast-changing business environment demands.

Whether it is your first degree, or you are looking for postgraduate-level study, we have a management qualification to suit.

Explore by area of interest

Explore a selection of qualifications relating to your interests.

Study entrepreneurship & innovation

Whether you have an eye on your own startup, being a big business innovator, or Aotearoa's next venture capital firm, Massey has you covered. Learn how.

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Study human resources & employment

Follow a career in human resources and become invaluable to the success of an organisation. Learn about your study options at Massey.

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Study management & leadership

We prepare students to become the next generation of leaders. Learn from industry experts and kickstart your career in management now.

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Meet our graduates

“The digital marketing course provides relevant and up-to-date knowledge of the digital world and creates real-world learning opportunities through practical assignments.”
An Nguyen

Master of Management (Marketing)

“My sport management placement was the best experience in my academic life.”
Amanda Isada

Volleyball New Zealand

Master of Sport Management

“The MBA for me wasn’t so much about the theory but the overall journey. I gained a network of like minded business people, a space to generate ideas and be challenged, and a platform of general business knowledge to build and grow in my leadership career.”
Rob Woolner

Executive Master of Business Administration

Who we are

Our people make us who we are. Meet senior leaders in the Massey School of Management.

Accreditations

Association of MBAs (AMBA)

Massey's Executive MBA qualification is accredited by the Association of MBAs.

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Global Association of Risk Management Professionals (GARP)

Our Master of Finance (Risk Analytics) is accredited with the Global Association of Risk Management Professionals (GARP).

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Institute of Management New Zealand - IMNZ

Massey Business School and IMNZ have a collaborative partnership to offer development pathways that transform talented people into valuable managers, visionary leaders and global executives.

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Rankings

Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)

Massey Business School is rated in the top 5% of global business colleges by AACSB International.

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QS Ranking – Accounting and Finance

Massey is ranked by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) as one of the top 200 universities for accounting and finance.

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ShanghaiRanking – Business Administration and Finance

Massey University is ranked #1 in New Zealand and in the top 150 universities globally for business administration and finance by ShanghaiRanking.

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What our students say

“Massey Business School runs a start-up type competition. We had to form groups around ideas people had for new businesses and spend an intensive weekend doing research and getting input from experienced entrepreneurs. Then we pitched our idea to a panel of investors.”
Simon Stephenson

Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship and Innovation)

“I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Massey. I experienced many aspects of tertiary study from living on campus as a first-year student, to studying extramurally while working full time, and then being invited back to lecture an HR paper.”
Sharon Grant

Master of Management (Human Resource Management)

“Massey was the first university to provide the mix of science and business I was looking for in one degree. This mix suited me and was one of the main reasons I decided to join Massey.”
Kate Longman

Bachelor of AgriCommerce

Research and Special Interest Groups

The School of Management has set up groupings of researchers who work across the School on research themes – Special Interest Groups or SIGs

Creativity in Organisations Research Group (CORG)

We are an inter-disciplinary team of researchers who are working with artists in the community to facilitate artistic and design sensibilities in everything we do.

We critically engage with the discourses of innovation and creativity and apply the arts to make organisational lives more rewarding and meaningful.

Our work is interdisciplinary and is engaged with industry and the community, together with collaborating with a range of international scholars and artists.

Creativity in Organisations Research Group (CORG)

Critical Organisation and Management Studies

The Critical Organisation Studies Group is engaged in a wide range of projects that aim to interrogate, challenge and change organisations and organisation.

A particular feature of a critical approach is a concern to question what is otherwise taken-for-granted, seen as normal, respectable and appropriate, and to prioritise issues of justice, fairness and equality in our analysis of organising practices.

Critical Organisation and Management Studies

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation special interest group aims to connect those involved in the research, teaching and practice of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Health Services Information Group (H-SIG)

We provide a common forum for people interested in research involving health information and health information systems to improve health outcomes through collaboration and/or partnership in applied research.

Health Services Information Group (H-SIG)

Healthy Work Group

The Healthy Work Group (HWG) fosters research and consultancy in all forms of workplace health and safety problems including topics such as:

  • workplace bullying
  • job stress
  • workplace violence
  • organisation safety culture
  • musculoskeletal disorders
  • safety, health and wellbeing.

We examine industries such as:

  • tourism
  • health
  • manufacturing and processing
  • agriculture
  • construction
  • forestry
  • transport.

Healthy Work Group

Strategy, International Business and Governance (Le SIG)

Le SIG fosters a network for business at Massey University through research on business performance and business improvement across as Human Resources, Marketing, Operations and Logistics, and Finance.

We attract members of the business community, business students and other business researchers by showcasing positive results from projects across corporate and institutional governance, strategic management and business strategy.

Strategy, International Business and Governance (le SIG)

Public Sector Management

The Public Sector Management Group champions the study of management in public sector within the Massey Business School, with a particular emphasis on sub-national – especially local government – within Aotearoa New Zealand.

Public Sector Management

Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility Group

The Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) group is focused on building a sustainable and competitive future by sharing knowledge, debate and consultancy between academics and practitioners from the private and public sectors.

Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility Group

Te Au Rangahau

Te Au Rangahau connects the Māori world with the business world through innovative research and advice to help Māori thrive in entrepreneurship and enterprise.

Te Au Rangahau website

Valuing Human Resources Group (VHRG)

The Valuing Human Resources Group (VHRG) is a multi-disciplinary community of researchers that looks at the realities of how organisations do or do not value the people they employ and the implications of this for organisations' customers, employees and other stakeholders.

Valuing Human Resources Group (VHRG)

Women and Work

Women and Work builds on current research to create energy and build synergies around research that includes:

  • gender pay gap
  • sports leadership
  • careers
  • exclusion
  • wellbeing
  • entrepreneurship
  • STEM
  • social networks.

Women and Work

Management Analytics and Decision Making

The Management Analytics and Decision Making (MAD) group is an information and knowledge management research group, analysing the:

  • human dimension of community and business computing
  • adoption and diffusion of technology within society
  • effect of the digital divide.

Management Analytics and Decision Making

Massey People, Organisation, Work and Employment Research (MPOWER)

MPOWER is a cross-campus, cross-college and cross-institution initiative to enhance, promote and build on Massey’s expertise in the management of people in the workplace and organisations.

MPOWER’s core research areas include:

  • human resource management (HRM)
  • employment relations (ER)
  • people management and performance
  • equality, culture and diversity
  • employee engagement, health and well-being.

MPOWER

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Contact the School of Management

We teach online and by distance, and on two Massey campuses: Auckland and Palmerston North (Manawatū).

School of Management – Auckland campus

Location

Physical address
School of Management
Massey University
QB2.04 Quadrangle B Building
Albany Expressway SH 17
Albany 0632

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School of Management – Manawatū campus

Location

Physical address
School of Management
Massey University
BSC3.05 Business Studies Central Building
Tennent Drive
Palmerston North 4474

Use our Manawatū campus maps or find us on Google Maps.