Our Wellington and Manawatū campuses are open, Auckland remains closed at AL3. More information.

Where you can study


Massey University Albany campus located in Auckland

The Auckland Campus, located in Albany in Auckland's North Shore, enables you to undertake postgraduate work and research with national companies and major community services providers. Key partnerships include:

Learn more about the Auckland Campus.


Massey University Manawatu campus located in Palmerston North The Manawatū Campus in Palmerston North is Massey’s original home and remains our research engine room.

It is also home to New Zealand’s only school of Veterinary Science, the New Zealand Sport and Rugby Institute, and the world-leading EpiCentre.

The Manawatū campus is also adjacent to several government-owned research centres, including AgResearch, Plant and Food Research, and Landcare Research of New Zealand

The research headquarters of New Zealand’s largest company, Fonterra, is directly across the road. Their specialised and extensive facilities and highly skilled research staff extend the range of facilities and expertise that is available to postgraduate students studying on this campus.

Learn more about the Manawatū Campus.


Massey University Wellington campus Massey’s Wellington Campus is in the heart of the capital city, the centre of New Zealand’s geographical, political and cultural life.

Our creative campus is home to a diverse range of internationally-recognised programmes. The campus is also home to the Centre for Public Health Research and the Sleep/Wake Research Centre.

Massey is also active in national and regional business incubators that bring together the skills of industry and academia, such as Creative HQ which is based in Wellington.

Learn more about the Wellington Campus.

Distance learning

Computer on desk Massey’s distance learning programme provides the flexibility many students need to fit changing lifestyles. Study when, where and how you want to - wherever you can be reached via the internet, post or telephone. It’s a formula that’s been successful for 250,000 students over the past 35 years.

With more than 3,000 distance learning courses to choose from, including many at postgraduate level, you can choose to study while you work, raise a family or explore the world.

Learn more about distance learning.