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Piki mai, kake mai, nau mai, haere mai ki Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa, Massey University welcomes you.
At Massey we are committed to fostering and promoting Māori success by creating a teaching and learning environment where Māori students can flourish. This page includes information and links to some programmes you may be interested in. To find out more contact us or email email@example.com
With a Massey Bachelor of Arts you can study what you enjoy and explore subject areas that spark your interest. You can choose from 25 subjects and major in the one for which you have discovered a real passion.
Within six months of graduation, approximately 85% of Massey’s Bachelor of Business Studies’ graduates are employed in the business area of their choice in New Zealand or overseas.
Massey’s Bachelor of Science gives you flexibility and freedom of choice. You can select from a wide variety of majors and minors, complete a double major, or complete a double degree in just four years, by combining your Bachelor of Science with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Business Studies.
Massey Bachelor of Communication graduates have had outstanding employment success. 96% of our students are employed after graduation, with the remaining students largely involved in further study, travel or family commitments.
As a Massey design student, you will spend most of your time making and thinking in studios, workshops and media labs. Typically, at least two-thirds of your classes will be hands-on. You can also apply for industry internships, and paid work in our design studio Open Lab.
Unique to Massey University, the Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts encompasses contemporary Māori art, Māori language, Māori culture, and tikanga.
This programme is offered at the Manawatū campus. Some courses are available via distance learning.
Ko te manu e kai i te miro nōna te wao tapu nui a Tāne Mahuta. Ko te manu e kai ana i te mātauranga nōnā te ao.
There is an urgent need for Māori graduates of high quality and particularly with te reo Māori, graduates who can develop the nation's young Māori minds.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health will give you leading-edge expertise in many different subjects such as epidemiology and biostatistics, Māori and Pacific health, health economics, occupational health, environmental health, programme evaluation, health inequalities and health policy.
Takatū mai koe hei kaiako, hei kaiarataki i ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori. Ko Te Aho Paerewa he tohu paerua tuatahi o ngā whare wānanga o Aotearoa ki te whakangungu kaiako mātauranga Māori.
Prepare to teach and lead in the Kura Kaupapa Māori system. Te Aho Paerewa is New Zealand’s first university postgraduate programme in Māori-medium initial teacher education.
Check out our Kaupapa-Māori programmes which have a Māori focus and include arts, business, culture, design, development, education, health, heritage, Māori language, policy and teaching.
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Last updated on Tuesday 28 February 2017