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Meet our graduates
As an actress wanting to study, Massey University’s distance programme was the obvious choice.Antonia Prebble
Bachelor of Arts (English)
My studies in history and museum studies opened up the doorway to a career full of interesting and meaningful projects.Evan Greensides
Postgraduate Diploma in Museum Studies
Young people are contributing to the future of the language and making it relevant to their lives. If any generation is likely to show the future of te reo Māori it’ll be those who can speak Māori, and it’ll be the younger generation who’ve been raised through Māori medium education.Hinurewa Poutū
Doctor of Philosophy
Studying at Massey was an amazing experience for me… I was offered a full-time role upon completion of my master’s.Holly Coulter
MSc (Psychology) with endorsement in health psychology
Massey stood apart from other tertiary providers for its high-quality lecturers and teaching.Jacinda Short
Postgraduate Diploma in Emergency Management
My teaching placement during my studies led to a job.James Lowry
Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Primary)
A degree in planning equipped me with the skills and knowledge to facilitate sustainable development as cities continue to grow.John Yin
Bachelor of Resource and Environmental Planning
My research has enriched my understanding and knowledge of fast-changing security issues in the policing context.Toni Jordan
Master of International Security
Be a creative thinker; challenge the status quo; and if you’re feeling bold, aim to become a change-maker. That’s what the BA did for me.Whaiora Patrick
Bachelor of Arts (Media Studies)
Massey offers a range of professional development options in humanities and social sciences. Find out more about how Massey can advance your career.Humanities and social sciences professional development
Opportunities for students
As a Massey student you may be able to spend some time studying at a university overseas. We have world-class partner universities in 25 countries worldwide. You’ll pay the same fees and your study will count towards your Massey degree.
If you are currently studying overseas but would like to come and spend a semester or two at Massey there are opportunities through our Study Abroad programme. Find out about exchange partners and opportunities at Massey.
Scholarships can help towards the cost of your study. Find out about the different scholarships on offer and how to apply.
Support for students
Find out more about studying humanities and social sciences as an international student at Massey University.
Get support to navigate your BA journey. The Bachelor of Arts Student Engagement (BASE+) project focuses on enhancing student experience in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. We work alongside you to offer personal, academic and professional developmental opportunities to enhance your learning experience.
Massey offers specialist support for Māori students. Our Te Rau Tauawhi team will help you navigate your way through the University, find your feet and excel.
Application due dates
Find out more about Massey University’s general application due dates.
Please note the following selected entry subjects have different requirements and deadlines:
- Creative writing
- Educational psychology
- Social work
- Specialist teaching
- Speech and language therapy