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Study on the Auckland campus , Te ako ki te papa ako o Tamaki Makaurau, o Ōtehā

Choose our Auckland campus to learn in state-of-the-art science, technology and finance facilities. You'll have sandy beaches on your doorstep, and be a 20-minute bus ride from New Zealand's busiest city.

From its dedicated spaces for budding entrepreneurs to its partnerships with some of Auckland's most exciting science and technology employers, Massey's 'innovation campus' in Auckland is a great place to explore big ideas.

Choose from qualifications designed to prepare you for industry – like finance, where you'll get experience in New Zealand's only on-campus trading room.

Based in Albany on Auckland's North Shore, the campus is spacious and green, with modern facilities to help you make the most of your time as a student. It's in the centre of Albany's business and retail area, so there are plenty of places you can eat, drink, go shopping or get a part-time job – as well as lots of free parking.

Study in Auckland

You can study a wide range of subjects in Auckland. We're known for our strength in the social sciences and humanities, business, science and health.

More than 30 per cent of students on the Auckland campus are postgraduates – so it's a great place to meet others and be challenged and inspired.

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See the campus

Fly over the modern buildings and green spaces of the Auckland campus.

Accommodation

Our award-winning accommodation complex, Te Ōhanga Village, is on the Auckland campus – so the library, lecture theatres and dining hall are just a short walk away. From rooms in catered halls to private studios for mature students, there are options to suit everyone.

Find out where you could live in Auckland

Student life in Auckland

From campus cafes and the recreation centre to the nearby beaches, there's plenty to keep you busy in Auckland.

Facilities on Auckland campus

Locations, hours and contact details for the main student facilities.

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Clubs and societies

Have fun, meet other students and try something new.

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Services for students

We offer a lot of support to help you have a positive time at Massey and to make the most of student life.

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Māori @ Massey

Welcome to Māori @ Massey, the place to connect to all things Māori at Massey University.

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Pacific @ Massey

Massey University is committed to supporting, connecting and enabling Pacific students to succeed in their academic goals.

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Maps and parking for Auckland campus

Details of buildings, bus stops, bike racks, parking and accessibility for East Precinct, Ōtehā Rohe and Albany Village.

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