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“I chose Massey’s programme, the only Master of Journalism in New Zealand, because it offered significant hands-on experience, was well-respected in the industry and gave me a chance to live in the lovely city of Wellington.”
“I chose Massey University as it is the biggest comprehensive university in New Zealand and it has good reputation in my home country of China.
"I am a Chinese master's student who majored in communication management at School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing."
“I indeed believe my study and experience with Massey and the help from all of you have enabled me to grow myself as a person and start my professional career. I'm very grateful.”
"The best thing about studying education at Massey is that every aspect of study was inspirational and motivated me to be the best teacher and person I can be."
“My decision to study English and Media Studies fuelled a lifelong passion and curiosity. My love for literature, and all things associated with it, has been seeded in me since I was six years old."
"I am from California, USA and have been living in New Zealand for the past three years. I have always been passionate about travelling, meeting new people and thought going abroad to study my bachelors degree would be a great opportunity for me."
"I chose Massey as my last stop and I have never regretted it ever since I arrived here. The serene atmosphere of the Manawatu campus is just the best for PhD research work."
Massey University is like a big family. You get enormous support from everybody, every day. I enjoy my studying and working life at Massey University very much. The best part is the communication between students, tutors and lecturers.
I decided to take Massey’s Bachelor of Food Technology as it accommodates my passion for food while allowing me to further study science and engineering. My decision to come to Massey did not disappoint.
The programme encouraged practical learning through projects, group assignments and presentations – this set me up very well for the job I have now and gave me all the tools I require to apply in the real world.
Raised on the outskirts of the Florida Everglades I always had a passion for animal conservation.
Massey was an easy choice for me because it is one of the few veterinary programs located outside of the USA that is accredited by the AVMA.
“My experience at Massey was like no other. The university offered me a perfect balance of theory classes and practicals. The curriculum not only involved work within the university, but also required me to intern/volunteer at other institutes, which greatly expanded my skills and learning."
"I met some really fun and interesting lecturers at Massey and thought if I was going to pay for my education, I should learn from people who are openly enthusiastic about their field! Studying at Massey was worthwhile as there was a lot of learning about things that are used in the real world."
For me, Massey is my second family. I feel very happy and secure here, and love living in Palmerston North. Massey has excellent facilities and a supportive environment for PhD students. I always feel listened to and supported by my lecturers.
Studying my PhD in New Zealand has been the best experience. The Massey Institute of Education has a strong reputation among New Zealand universities so it is my pride to study here.
I was immediately able to apply the skills and knowledge I learned at Massey to my work and they were a real boost to my professional career. In 2012 I was promoted to General Manager of the Aviation Safety and Regulations Department of CAAM.
Since graduating in 2010 Chuo-Sheng Leong has enjoyed a varied career in the aviation industry, starting work with Korean Air Lines at their Southeast Asia & Oceania Regional Headquarters in Kuala Lumpur on March 2011.
"The Massey School of Aviation provides the best place for my research with its high standard of education and aviation industry experts who are easy to approach and always provide me the best help of every kind."
Aviation has always been my passion and I wanted to get into the aviation industry with a great knowledge of the important aspects affecting this industry, so I decided to do my Bachelor and Master degree in Aviation Management at Massey University in New Zealand.
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Last updated on Monday 03 October 2016