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Admission to the Master of Speech and Language Therapy requires that you will:
Please note that successfully completing the MSLT does not ensure employment as a speech-language therapist in New Zealand. If you completed your undergraduate qualification outside of New Zealand, then you will need to have that qualification assessed and approved by the New Zealand Speech-language Therapists’ Association (NZSTA) before you can enter the profession in New Zealand. It is your responsibility to organise this assessment if you would like to work in New Zealand.
For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.
You must have achieved a B grade average in the Part One courses in order to progress to Part Two in the Master of Speech and Language Therapy. Students who do not meet this minimum grade average, may be exited with the Postgraduate Diploma in Speech and language Therapy.
The Master of Speech and Language Therapy may be awarded with a class of Honours for those completing the full 240 credits, if completed within 2 years of full-time study or 5 years of part-time study. The maximum timeframe for completion is 6 years.
Students admitted directly to Part Two and completing 120 credits may be eligible for the award of Distinction or Merit if completed within 1 year of full-time study or 3 years of part-time study. The maximum time for completion is 4 years.
You shall follow a parts-based course of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 240 credits, comprising Part One and Part Two as specified in the Schedule to the qualification.
Students admitted directly to Part Two will complete all requirements of Part Two.
These regulations should be read in conjunction with all other Statutes and Regulations of the University including the General Regulations for Postgraduate Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificates
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