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Massey University has partnerships with many high-quality intuitions around the world. This page highlights the opportunities to Massey students available at partner intuitions and unique events which may be of interest.
This two-week programme in China brings international students together in Beijing and Xi’an. Students will acquaint themselves with China’s history, culture, economics, legal structure and society through a blend of practical teaching sessions, field trips, and cultural immersion activities.
The programme, offered by the National University of Singapore Research Institute, is conducted in English for undergraduate and graduate students 8 - 22 December 2019. The application deadline is 11 November 2019.
Tecnológico de Monterrey offers students the opportunity to live and study for four weeks on different campuses across Mexico. This gives you the chance to learn about different parts of the country without interrupting your Massey studies. Subject areas include Aeronautics, Global Business, Culture and Identity, and Insights to Love Mexico.
Each program includes two courses, accommodation (hotel and campus residence), breakfast (6 days per week), transportation for all activities during the program and between cities, tickets for all the programme’s events, and a Student Kit. The cost is $1,600 USD and the application deadline is 22 November 2019.
The JET Programme is a fully-paid overseas employment opportunity from the government of Japan that allows Kiwis to live and work in Japan for a year or more. Participants work either as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs), or Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs). No teaching experience, Japanese language ability, or overseas experience is required to apply to the Programme, and there is no age restriction.
The JET Programme’s goal is cross-cultural exchange at a grassroots level, and as such, encourages New Zealanders from all walks of life and backgrounds to apply. Applicants must:
Applications close at 5pm NZST on Monday 2 December 2019.
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Last updated on Tuesday 29 October 2019