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Events for High School students

You or someone in your family may be thinking about studying at Massey University. We hold amazing events throughout the year that can help you decide. You can attend events both on and off campus throughout New Zealand.

Select from the links below to find out about events near you.

Around New Zealand

Venue details for each location will be added when confirmed.

ASB Polyfest

ASB Polyfest



13 to 16 March 2019 Manukau City, Auckland

Massey University Information Evenings

Information evenings

Date & time

Location & venue

14 May 2019 Massey University, Auckland campus
22 May Northland
22 May Rotorua
22 May Taranaki
23 May Tauranga
29 May Nelson
11 June Hamilton
11 June Hawke's Bay
12 June Gisborne
26 June Massey University, Manawatū campus

Massey campuses

Auckland campus



20 March 2019 Young Women in Leadership
5 April GeoNight
10 April Rams Academy/Allied Health Day
16 April Kia ora Hauora Symposium
8 May Aganu'u: Day one
14 May Massey Business School's 5 Cs series
21 May Young Women in Leadership
22 May Geography and Planning Day
5 June Senior STEM Experience Day
12 June Te Manu Taikō
24 June Accounting, Economics and Finance Day
25 June Aganu'u: Day two
28 June Michael King Young Writers Workshop
10 to 12 July Business Bootcamp
August Classics Day
6 August Business Studies Day
24 August Open Day
26 August Security studies lecture series
4 September Year 11 study skills
30 September to 3 October GIS and Drone Camp
2 to 4 October Enrolment drop-ins
7 to 10 October GIS and Drone Camp
23 October Science for Hauora
20 November Year 10 Taster Day
21 November Create1World

Manawatū campus



19 March 2019 Young Women in Leadership
3 April Aganu'u: Day one
20 May Young Women in Leadership
5 June English and Media Studies Day
6 June Massey Business School's 5 Cs engagement series
7 June Student and teachers scholarships history seminar
11 June Geography and Planning Day
19 June Aganu'u: Day two
26 June Te Manu Taikō
27 June Accounting, Economics and Finance Day
3 July Wai ora Health and Science Experience Day
11 and 12 July Rams Academy
7 August Open Day
15 August Business Studies Day
September Classics Day
4 September Study Skills Day
2 and 4 October Enrolment drop-ins

Wellington campus



25 February to
8 March 2019
NCEA Top Art Exhibition
10 April Young Women in Leadership
10 May College of Creative Arts (CoCA) Student Experience Day
20 May Te Manu Taikō
24 May CoCA tour
30 May Aganu'u: Day one
5 June Young Women in Leadership
13 June Geography and Plannning Day
14 June Communication Experience Day
21 June CoCA tour
27 June Aganu'u: Day two
July Nursing tour
July Festival for the Future
8 July CoCA Immersion Day
12 and 19 July
and 9 August
CoCA tours
13 August Business Studies Day
23 August Open Day
13 September and
4 and 11 October
CoCA tours
19 and 20 October Climate Change Theatre Action Aotearoa 2019
14 November Create1World

Event descriptions

Aganu'u: My Cultural Space 2018

This programme has been specifically designed for Year 12 and Year 13 students of Pacific Descent to encourage and normalise Pacific success, self-determination and cultural knowledge in their learning spaces.  The cultural workshops are led by Pacific staff at Massey University and it encourages each student to participate in discussions centred around cultural values and beliefs on historical teachings and learnings and how they are relevant in nurturing positive change among their peers, with their family and wider community. These learnings not only locates the Pacific young person in their cultural context but brings awareness to concepts that encourage resiliency, collective responsibility, service as a means to leadership and an cultural identity that can be translated and viewed as success

Kia Ora Hauora Symposium

This is an event run alongside the Northland, Auckland and Waitemata DHB to promote both the Sciences at a tertiary level and Health Pathways for rangatahi Māori. The final day of a 3 Day Symposium for Years 11 – 13 will be held here at Massey University.

Te Manu Taikō

This programme for Year 12 and 13 Māori students aims to provide our rangatahi with an understanding of what they need to achieve to get into university, and to experience what it will look like once they get there. Participants will also receive some useful tools to help with the transition to university.

Events poster

Download or print a copy of our events poster from the link below.

Events poster (1,564 KB)

Related links

Semester dates

Study while in year 13 (concurrent enrollment)

Scholarship application forms

Student accommodation

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