Massey University

Campuses: 
Three campuses - Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington
Location: 
Established: 
1927
Student Population: 
35,000
  • Outside the cafeteria at the Palmerston North campus. Photo credit: Massey UniversityOutside the cafeteria at the Palmerston North campus. Photo credit: Massey University

Massey is New Zealand’s only multi-campus university with sites in Auckland, Palmerston North (the original and still the largest) and Wellington. It is a large university with some 36,000 students, including those studying by distance learning. Founded some 80 years ago as an agricultural college, it is now a comprehensive university offering over 200 programmes across its five academic colleges: Business, Creative Arts, Education, Humanities and Social Sciences. It offers the only veterinary science degree course in New Zealand.

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Application forms for undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Massey University are available here.