Massey is New Zealand’s only multi-campus university, with locations in Wellington, Auckland and Palmerston North. With an 80-year tradition of academic excellence, Massey offers a vast range of subjects, with key emphasis on natural sciences, engineering, creative arts and business.
Wellington CampusWellington, New Zealand Campus Website5,000 - 20,000 on Campus100,000 - 250,000 residents in WellingtonLanguage(s) spoken on campus: English, Maori
Resting on the edge of a spectacular harbor, encircled by green, towering hills, Wellington is a stunning and compact city. Vibrant, exciting and cultured, the nation's capital combines the stimulation and sophistication of a big city with the quirkiness of a charming village. Extending just two kilometers in diameter, Wellington is a truly "walking city." Here you'll find a unique blend of national treasures, arts and culture, gastronomic delights, shopping sensations and scenic beauty, all conveniently located at the bottom of the North Island.
The university’s magnificent museum building heralds its presence in Wellington. Perched at the crest of Mount Cook alongside the National War Memorial and Carillon, the former National Art Gallery and Dominion Museum overlooks the stunning vista of the capital city and its harbor. Following an award-winning heritage restoration, this magnificent building acts as the university's front door to the capital city.
Massey University offers a wide range of extracurricular student activities available for all students, from the alpine club to fire-spinning to waterpolo. The Massey at Wellington Student's Association offers resources, clubs and activities to students. The international student support team organizes a trip to Queen Charlotte Sounds for dolphin watching and a Martinborough winery tour every semester.
Palmerston North CampusPalmerston North, New Zealand Campus Website5,000 - 20,000 on Campus<100,000 residents in Palmerston NorthLanguage(s) spoken on campus: English, Maori
Massey University's Palmerston north campus is home to around 9,000 students, Massey’s original campus is bicycle-friendly and set among beautiful park-like grounds. It is made up of two locations split by the Manawatu River. Turitea is across the river from the city and Hokowhitu is on the city-side. One-third of the people living in Palmerston North are between the ages of fifteen and thirty. Many are students, making Palmerston North a young person's city with a lively social scene. The city center is vibrant with its many cafes, pubs, live theater and live music.
Sport and off-campus adventure are also part of the city's attraction. Minutes from campus are some of the best mountain bike tracks anywhere. Further afield you will find bungy jumping, river kayaking, rafting, trout fishing, horseback riding and hiking. It's only two hours' drive to the capital city of Wellington, to vineyards and beaches in Hawke's Bay, or to snow-covered ski slopes at Mount Ruapehu in wintertime.
Massey University offers a wide range of extracurricular student activities available for all students, from the alpine club to fire-spinning to waterpolo. Clubs day, during the first week of the semester, is a great opportunity for students to peruse what's offered, but there is also a list of Massey University Clubs. Massey also has excellent recreation center facilities available.
Auckland CampusAuckland, New Zealand Campus Website5,000 - 20,000 on Campus250,000+ residents in AucklandLanguage(s) spoken on campus: English, Maori
Massey University, Auckland, is a compact and modern campus, architecturally designed in the Spanish mission style. Lecture facilities are state-of-the-art, and facilities are both spacious and contemporary. Classes are small, teaching is interactive, and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. Auckland is an international city built around a stunning harbor. It is New Zealand's largest urban area with a diverse multi-cultural population and world-class features and facilities.
The Auckland Campus is part of the North Shore, which is just 20 minutes drive from the center of Auckland. The North Shore City region covers 120 km of coastline and includes more than 30 sandy swimming beaches. The area in which the campus is located has a wide range of amenities, numerous cafes, shopping centers, cinema complexes, art galleries, libraries, a Theatre of the Arts, and extensive leisure and sport facilities. A motorway links the North Shore with Auckland's CBD and the International Airport. City bus services are efficient, well developed and relatively inexpensive.
Massey University offers a wide range of extracurricular student activities available for all students, from basketball to boxing or surfing to cultural activities. Clubs Day, during the first week of the semester, is a great opportunity for students to peruse what’s offered, but there is also a list of Massey University Clubs. Massey also has excellent recreation center facilities available.