Our Wellington campus is a great place to discover new ideas and nourish your creativity.
Built on the site of the Pukeahu National War Memorial, the campus is in walking distance of Wellington's shops, cafes and famously vibrant culture. Between the city's lively arts scene, year-round schedule of festivals, and landmarks like the world-famous Wētā Workshop or The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, there's always something to do when you’re not busy in the library or studio.
Wellington is the home of New Zealand's government and bursting with creative industry, tech hubs and a world-class film scene. It's also surrounded by spectacular nature – you can expect your university experience to be full of trips to the beach, mountain-bike rides and tramps in the bush.
Study in Wellington
Choose from qualifications in design, fine arts, commercial music, and creative media production. We're NASAD approved, ranked in the QS Top 100 for art and design, and third in Asia Pacific for design concept. Learn from internationally recognised academics, practitioners and researchers, in state-of-the-art facilities.
The School of Health Sciences offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications in health science and nursing. With the Centre for Public Health Research and Sleep/Wake Research Centre based in Wellington, there's lots of scope for research-led study.
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We have three Halls of Residence on our Wellington campus, with rooms and studios for first and second-years, and students over 20. You can also apply to live with a family in a homestay, or rent a room or flat privately.
Student life in Wellington
Life in Wellington revolves around campus clubs, Te Rau Karamu Marae and the Tussock café.
Find out where to study, eat, relax, work out, and get help and support on campus.
Clubs are all about trying new things. Get involved in any of the clubs on the Wellington campus and meet new friends.
We offer a lot of support to help you have a positive time at Massey and to make the most of student life.
Welcome to Māori @ Massey, the place to connect to all things Māori at Massey University.
Massey University is committed to supporting, connecting and enabling Pacific students to succeed in their academic goals.
See details and maps of buildings, bus stops, bike racks, parking and accessibility on the Wellington campus.