Massey University has campuses in Auckland, Palmerston, and North Wellington and is one of New Zealand’s largest universities. With a population of more than 34,000 students and a significant international student body of around 4000 students from more than 100 countries, the university ranks in the top three per cent of universities worldwide. The university offers internationally recognised qualifications and students have access to some of the best facilities, and over 100 student clubs and societies.
Massey University ranked in 21 subject areas by the QS World University Rankings by Subject, with five subject areas in the top 100 – agriculture and forestry, art and design, development studies, nursing, and veterinary science. The university also performed well in linguistics, computer science and information systems, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, biological sciences, psychology, chemistry, geography, environmental sciences, mathematics, accounting and finance, business and management studies, education, economics and econometrics, sociology, and statistics and operational research.
Environmental Science and Management
Sports and Exercise
Semester 1: 26 February 2018–23 June 2018
Semester 2: 16 July 2018 – 14 November 2018
Hosts two of the seven centres of research excellence (CoRE) supported by the New Zealand government, and is a partner in three of the others
Undergraduate: $25,010 – $33,320 NZD
Postgraduate: $27,770 – $37,400 NZD
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