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To help plan your study and enrolment application at Massey University, follow the steps in this checklist. If you need any assistance please contact us.
See our entrance requirements to determine whether you are eligible to enrol.
Massey University offers a wide range of study programmes and courses. For information see the Programmes and courses web pages or order a prospectus.
Each programme has its own structure which is explained in the Programmes and courses web pages. When you select your courses you need to ensure that you fulfil all of your programme requirements to be able to graduate.
General planning information including advice about which courses you should study first is also included on the Programme and courses web pages.
The programme of study you design will be checked by academic staff for approval during the enrolment process. If you need further help with planning your programme contact the programme coordinators listed in the Programme and courses web pages or contact us.
Check that there are no lecture or exam clashes for your courses. For lecture, lab and tutorial times see the Timetable web pages. For exam dates see the Programmes and courses web pages.
For full-time students, the recommended maximum number of credits in Semester One and Semester Two is 60 credits per semester. So for first year (100-level) courses this means a maximum of four courses each semester. You can apply to study 75 credits per semester, but approval will depend on your past academic performance. For all students, the maximum number of credits for Summer School is 60.
Part-time students should enrol for fewer credits per semester. A 15 credit course typically requires 10 hours of study per week, so you need to make a realistic assessment of how many hours you have available for study when you plan your courses.
For distance students the number of courses you can take depends on your other commitments. You will need to spend approximately 10 to 12.5 hours each week for a 15 credit single semester course, or about 5 to 6.25 hours per week for a 15 credit double semester course. If you are working full time (or have a young family that you look after full time), we recommend that you take no more than 30 credits (two courses) in a semester.
To help identify how you could fit study into your regular routine use our Workload planning tool.
The next step is to make sure you know the application due dates so you don't miss out. Note that there are some programmes with special selected entry processes whose applications need to be filled out extra early.
An estimate of your fees will be displayed when you apply online. You can also view fees on the Fees web pages. To help fund your study check out our scholarships and awards. For information about student loans and allowances see the StudyLink website.
All students can now apply online.
For details see what happens after you apply.
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Last updated on Thursday 15 December 2016