Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

YOUR 2018 INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTUS RANKED IN THE TOP 1.2% IN THE WORLD SOURCE: 2018 QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

CONTENTS UPDATED FEBRUARY 2017 Please note: The information contained in this publication is indicative of the fees and offerings available in 2018. This information is subject to change. While all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure listed programmes are offered and regulations and fees are up to date, the University reserves the right to change the content or method of presentation, or to withdraw any qualification or part thereof, annually increase fees or impose limitations on enrolments. For the most up to date information please go to massey.ac.nz/international CREDIT: MILES HOLDEN 12 SHORT COURSES, STUDY TOURS AND STUDY ABROAD 13 INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT 14 LIVING COSTS 15 PROGRAMMES AVAILABLE TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 26 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 27 ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS BY COUNTRY 29 HOW TO APPLY / GLOSSARY 01 WELCOME 02 OUR CITIES 03 OUR CAMPUSES 04 INTERNATIONAL AND NEW ZEALAND ACCREDITATIONS 05 WORLD-CLASS RESEARCH 06 ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE 07 WORLD-LEADING SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTES 08 EXPERTISE ACROSS FIVE COLLEGES 09 WELL SUPPORTED ACCOMMODATION 10 STUDY ONLINE FROM YOUR COUNTRY 11 FOUNDATION AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE PATHWAYS

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

WELCOME Massey has a long, proud tradition of teaching and research excellence. Its heritage, geographic spread over three major cities, range of programmes and the flexibility of its distance teaching all mean it offers students from around the world the ability to tailor their study to meet their needs and at the same time connect closely with industry, professional organisations and local communities. When we describe Massey University as New Zealand’s “defining” university we mean it epitomises the creativity, innovation and connectedness our nation is renowned for.

Massey has more than 4300 international students each year from 100 countries. It delivers teaching programmes in seven other countries through Massey University Worldwide, and has international teaching partnerships with tertiary institutions in 15 nations. We recognise that choosing to leave your own country in order to achieve academic qualifications is a life-changing decision. I warmly invite you to be part of our diverse and stimulating student community. Professor Jan Thomas @ProfJanThomas OUR QUACQUARELLI SYMONDS (QS) RANKINGS INCLUDE: > > Five star rating across nine categories > > Top three percent of universities in the world > > Top 300 in the world for graduate employability > > Total of twenty subjects ranked in the top 300 in the world COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS > > Arts & Design – Top 100 COLLEGE OF HEALTH > > Nursing – Top 100 COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES > > Development Studies – Top 100 > > Education – Top 150 > > Geography – Top 200 > > Linguistics – Top 300 > > Psychology – Top 250 > > Sociology – Top 250 MASSEY BUSINESS SCHOOL > > Accounting & Finance – Top 150 > > Business & Management Studies – Top 250 > > Economics & Econometrics – Top 250 COLLEGE OF SCIENCE > > Agriculture and Forestry – 27th > > Biological Sciences – Top 300 > > Chemistry – Top 500 > > Chemical Engineering – Top 250 > > Computer Science and Information Systems – Top 400 > > Electrical Engineering – Top 400 > > Environmental Sciences – Top 250 > > Mathematics – Top 300 > > Statistics and Operational Research – Top 200 > > Veterinary Science – 23rd A GRADUATE’S PERSPECTIVE n n XITAO HU (HUGO), China MasterofCommunicationManagement,PalmerstonNorthcampus “ChoosingtostudyatMasseywasoneofthebestdecisionsIhave evermade.ThecampusinPalmerstonNorthisquiet,greenand beautiful,providingapeacefulenvironment.WhenIfirstarrived there,Iwasgivenawarmwelcomebyallthestaffandlecturers fromtheSchoolofCommunication,JournalismandMarketing.The lecturersareveryniceandapproachable,andthestaffarealsovery friendlyandresponsivetotheneedsofstudents.Ireallyappreciate thekindassistanceandsupporttheyofferedtome,whichtaughtme howtobetterserveinternationalstudentsinmyjobasaCustomer ServiceManagerinaninternationaleducationcompany.” According to the QS world university rankings, Massey University has the highest graduate employment rate in New Zealand, and is ranked 22nd in the world.

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Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

2 WELLINGTON CITY > > New Zealand's capital city and the home of our government > > Ranked the most liveable city in the world according to the Quality of Life survey by Deutsche Bank > > Compact and set between a magnificent harbour and green hills > > Lots of shops, galleries, restaurants and nightlife within walking distance > > Beautiful beaches, mountain biking, walking tracks and a wildlife sanctuary PALMERSTON NORTH CITY > > Affordable accommodation and living with free buses for students > > A young person's city - a third of its population are aged 15 to 30 years old > > Compact, friendly and accessible > > Plenty of cafés and restaurants, a multiplex cinema, live theatre and music, indoor/outdoor swimming pools, shopping and an airport > > Awarded the Safe City Accreditation by the World Health Organisation AUCKLAND CITY > > An international city of 1.4 million people > > A diverse, multi-cultural population > > Built around a stunning harbour with world-class facilities > > Hosts major sporting events, festivals and concerts OUR CITIES CREDIT: CHRIS McLENNAN CREDIT: CEDA IMAGES VIA WELLINGTONNZ.COM IMAGES VIA WELLINGTONNZ.COM CREDIT: CEDA CREDIT: CHRIS McLENNAN AUCKLAND WELLINGTON PALMERSTON NORTH

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

OUR CAMPUSES AUCKLAND > > A beautiful campus with state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities > > A culture that fosters innovation through strong connections with industry, including an on-site business incubator > > High quality academic programmes taught by world-class researchers and teachers, including four Distinguished Professors in sciences and humanities and social sciences, and a Professor ranked amongst the world’s top 10 marketing researchers > > 5-star rated student accommodation on-site massey.ac.nz/auckland PALMERSTON NORTH > > An international campus with staff and students from over 80 countries > > World class academic programmes, teachers and researchers > > Specialities including Veterinary Science, Agriculture and Aviation > > Great sporting facilities, a state-of-the-art food plant and farms > > On the doorstep of the great outdoors with transport links to the rest of New Zealand and the world > > Free buses to the student friendly city shops and cafes massey.ac.nz/manawatu WELLINGTON > > A friendly, vibrant and creative place > > Home to New Zealand’s most distinguished School of Design > > World-class research centres for public health, sleep, Māori health, disaster research, and tertiary teaching excellence.

> > The oldest postgraduate journalism programme in New Zealand massey.ac.nz/wellington 3

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

4 INTERNATIONAL AND NEW ZEALAND ACCREDITATIONS College of Creative Arts > > National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) - the first art and design school outside of North America to be awarded ‘Substantial equivalency’ by the US accreditation body > > Ranked 2nd in the Asia-Pacific by the global design award agency Red Dot for design concepts > > The Fab Lab is Australasia’s first digital fabrication laboratory affiliated to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States College of Health > > Asia Pacific Association for Social Work Education (APASWE) > > International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) > > Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (UK) > > Nursing Council of NZ > > New Zealand Dietitians Board > > Social Workers Registration Board College of Humanities and Social Sciences > > New Zealand Planning Institute > > New Zealand Psychologists' Board > > Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand > > New Zealand Speech Language Therapists Association College of Sciences > > American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) > > Australasian Veterinary Boards Council > > Canadian Veterinary Medical Association > > Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport > > Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) > > Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand > > Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) > > Institute of Food Technologists, USA > > Institute of IT Professionals NZ (IITP) > > NZ Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NZIQS) > > Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors > > Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons > > The Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors (PAQS) > > The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) > > The Washington Accord for Engineering through the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) Massey Business School > > Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ACEJMC) > > Arbitrators' and Mediators' Institute of New Zealand > > Association of Asia-Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS) > > Association of MBAs (AMBA) > > Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) benchmarks Massey University in the top two percent of global business colleges > > Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand > > Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (CFA) Program Partner > > Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) > > Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand > > CPA Australia (Certified Practising Accountants) > > Institute of Financial Advisors > > Property Institute of New Zealand > > Real Estate Institute of New Zealand > > Royal Aeronautical Society > > The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) > > SAS certification > > Valuers Registration Board Accredited course

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

WORLD-CLASS RESEARCH Massey University has a reputation for excellence in innovation and the creation of new knowledge. Our research spans discovery, commercialisation, scholarship and the production of creative works and is inclusive of both professional and clinical practice. We have an unrivalled record of research excellence in subject areas vital to New Zealand’s society and economy, including agricultural and animal sciences, and reaching back almost 50 years and more than 130 years’ in the creative arts. Our recognised areas of research strength are veterinary science, land and food-based research, nursing and public health, key areas of the social sciences and creative arts and design.

At Massey, we define ‘excellence’ to mean best practice and we value both pure and applied research. We are distinguished by our focus on solving ‘wicked problems’ and contemporary societal challenges, in addition to maintaining our commitment to fundamental knowledge discovery. This dual focus, along with our unwavering responsibility to build a better New Zealand, differentiates Massey from other New Zealand universities. This real-world approach to our research informs our teaching and postgraduate supervision and our broad academic offering provides students with opportunities to work alongside practitioners and industry partners.

Through this wide and ambitious portfolio of research capability, Massey is connected with research institutions, industry and businesses around New Zealand and the globe. Examples of our recent research include: > > Massey Business School – Massey University research is helping to create a brighter employment future and better economic prospects for Nauru and other South Pacific nations. > > The College of Creative Arts – Researchers and graduates working in partnership with the public sector are applying the principles and methodologies of design to improve local and central government services.

> > The College of Health – We are working in partnership to create genuine collaboration between researchers, social services agencies and government departments in transforming the delivery of social services to New Zealand teenagers, thereby ensuring that young people seeking health services will achieve better outcomes. > > The College of Humanities and Social Sciences – We are investigating culturally responsive teaching methods to lift student achievement in mathematics in low-decile schools.

> > The College of Sciences – Massey food technologists are creating novel food ingredients that enhance existing food products, with a side benefit of trimming waistlines. PHD FEES Please note: currently, international students pay the same fees as New Zealand students for PhD study. massey.ac.nz/graduateresearchschool 5

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

6 COLLEGE OF SCIENCES Professor Benoit Guieysse School of Engineering and Advanced Technology Professor Guieysse is an expert in environmental and chemical engineering who is developing bioprocesses for wastewater treatment and waste valorisation. His research has generated new fundamental knowledge and mathematical tools for process optimisation in algal biotechnology. He is a member of the Management Committee of the Chemical Industries group of the International Water Association and frequently reviews grant applications for various research agencies (USA, Singapore, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Canada) and consults for local councils and companies. His research programmes have been in New Zealand, Singapore, Sweden and France and he continues to supervise Master and PhD students.

COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS Associate Professor Andre Ktori Head of School, Te Rewa O Puanga - the School of Music and Creative Media Production Working in music, media and design for over 30 years, Associate Professor Andre Ktori is best known for his work in interactive music. He founded the London based interactive music collective AudioRom, creating enhanced interactive music CDs such as ShiftControl. Ktori is a BAFTA, Milia d’Or and Millennium Product award winner and has exhibited internationally at The Tate Britain, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Musée du Louvre, ISEA and Fuse. Ktori has worked in convergence media developing cross-platform opportunities for organisations such as the BBC, Sky, Open, V2 and Nokia, predominantly in sound and music. His current research at Massey is in design and composition for generative, interactive and reactive music application.

COLLEGE OF HEALTH Professor Philippa Gander Director of the Sleep/Wake Centre Philippa established the Sleep/Wake Research Centre in Wellington in 1998. Her original research training was in chronobiology. Following a Senior Fulbright Fellowship at Harvard Medical School, she joined the Fatigue Countermeasures Program at NASA, working on field studies of pilot fatigue in different aviation operations and on mathematical modeling of the human sleep/ wake cycle. Philippa has a particular interest in advancing and applying scientific knowledge to develop solutions to the health and safety challenges generated by current trends to restrict sleep and increase 24/7 work and entertainment. Professor Gander was made an officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) for services to the study of sleep and fatigue. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Professor Glenda Anthony Co-director of the Centre of Excellence for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME) Professor Anthony uses her portfolio of research to support teachers to learn the work of ambitious mathematics teaching.

A Fulbright-Harkness Fellowship (2011) enabled her to collaborate with researchers in the United States. Her research programme works towards an agenda of improvement for maths learners—be it through recruiting and preparing quality teachers, understanding quality teaching, and understanding mathematics learning and learners. She frequently works with teachers, and regards the task of taking research ideas and making them more accessible to the audiences who might use them as a key responsibility. Her contribution to the mathematics education research was recognised with the award of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia Career Research Medal (2013).

MASSEY BUSINESS SCHOOL Professor Harald Van Heerde Research Professor Professor Harald van Heerde is considered one of the world’s leading marketing scientists. Originally from the Netherlands, he earned his PhD in Economics at the University of Groningen. He has been placed in the top ten in the world for marketing research by the American Marketing Association (AMA). In his research, Harald uses econometric models to improve marketing decision making. His expertise includes the measurement of advertising, price and sales promotion effects, loyalty programmes, marketing mix strategies to build brands, and retail assortment optimisation.

Van Heerde is an Associate Editor at Journal of Marketing Research and at Marketing Science. He serves on the editorial boards of International Journal of Research in Marketing and the Journal of Marketing.

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

WORLD-LEADING SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTES Massey’s teaching and research departments are divided into five colleges; Massey Business School, College of Creative Arts, College of Health, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and College of Sciences. They offer courses in a wide range of subject areas across our three campuses in the North Island of New Zealand as well as online. College research teams and individuals continue in Massey's proud tradition of research that contributes to economic prosperity and social wellbeing around the globe. SCHOOL OF AVIATION Our School of Aviation offers New Zealand's only university qualifications in aviation which include both a unique professional aviation degree incorporating flight training, as well as aviation management degrees to postgraduate level. aviation.massey.ac.nz INSTITUTE OF VETERINARY, ANIMAL AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES In the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) ranking, our veterinary school has been ranked fourth in the world by employers, while our veterinary science programme is ranked 23rd in the world. Our students benefit from internationally-recognised leadership in veterinary and animal science.

ivabs.massey.ac.nz SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY Our real-world food technology and engineering programmes are accredited by the Washington Accord through the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ). seat.massey.ac.nz INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION The institute aims to address the big educational issues of our time and our professional education courses are ranked by QS among the top 150 universities in the world. massey.ac.nz/education INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT Massey is ranked 27th in the world and first in New Zealand for agriculture according to the QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) rankings. Our proud record dates back to 1927 when we offered New Zealand’s first degrees in agriculture and horticulture. As a student, you will benefit from our internationally-recognised capability and leadership in this area. massey.ac.nz/ag-env 7

Massey University of New Zealand - Your 2018 International Prospectus

8 EXPERTISE ACROSS FIVE COLLEGES MASSEY BUSINESS SCHOOL Our business school sits in the top two percent of business schools globally and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Our programmes are endorsed by national and international bodies and professional organisations such as CIMA, ACCA, SAS and CFA. We have New Zealand’s first and only Trading Room enabling students to trade in real dollars on the New Zealand stock exchange. In business, the University’s ranking and the QS ranking for management and business studies - top 250, accounting and finance - top 150, economics and econometrics - top 250, and finance and economics - 250, are standout validators. business.massey.ac.nz COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS The College is ranked in the Top 100 Art and Design schools in the world by QS and is the best art and design school in Wellington. It is ranked 2nd in the Asia Pacific for design concept by Red Dot and leads New Zealand in design and visual arts research. In 2012, the College was granted ‘substantial equivalency’ by NASAD (National Association of Schools of Art and Design) in the United States. Established in 1886, the College offers undergraduate degrees in design, fine art, Māori visual arts, creative media production and commercial music. At postgraduate level, the College offers a research-focused Master of Design, Master of Fine Arts, and PhD programme. creative.massey.ac.nz COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES The college encompasses the study of humans, including the origins and character of diverse cultures, the distinctive foundations of New Zealand society, the organisation and nature of our communities, and the social, political and creative influences shaping human behaviour and cultures globally. Study programmes focus on people, beliefs, languages and literature, emergency management, security, education and wellbeing, as well as the physical and social environments in which we live. humsocsci.massey.ac.nz COLLEGE OF SCIENCES Massey is world leading in agriculture, 27th in the world university Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) subject rankings. The University also hosts New Zealand’s only veterinary school. Graduates are highly regarded in fundamental sciences, information, computer and mathematical sciences, and natural and environmental sciences. Engineering and food technology graduates are known for their hands-on practical learning and are in demand around the world. sciences.massey.ac.nz COLLEGE OF HEALTH We deliver world-class expertise, producing transformative new solutions and health professionals to tackle the emerging global health challenges of the 21st century. Our four collaborative schools offer programmes in nursing, human nutrition and dietetics, physiology, population health and policy, sport and exercise, health science, social work, environmental and occupational health, disability and rehabilitation studies. Our research centres specialise in public health, addiction, food and nutrition, sleep, healthy child and youth development, Māori health and development, and health workforce planning. health.massey.ac.nz

We provide a safe and supportive living environment in which you can realise your academic potential. Whether you want to live on or off campus, fully or self catered, we can help you find the right accommodation so you can enjoy your university experience. Our student accommodation gives you a sense of community in which you can make lifelong friends from New Zealand and around the world. SUPPORT We care about your health and wellbeing and provide 24-hour support. All of our on campus accommodation has Residential Assistants living on-site whose role is to provide a supportive residential community. There is also a varied residential life programme that focuses on community wellbeing and academic support that runs throughout the year including beach trips, horse riding and lots of other fun and exciting activities. > > All international students under the age of 18 must live in Massey- approved homestay, designated caregiver accommodation or with their parents.

> > We try to offer male or female only options and cater for some special dietary requirements. > > On campus and off campus options are available. accommodation.massey.ac.nz WELL SUPPORTED ACCOMMODATION AUCKLAND > > First and only five star Qualmark Accredited student accommodation in New Zealand > > Halls of residence: full or part-catered (18-23 years) > > 4-5 bedroom apartments: meals not provided (21+ years) > > Studio units: meals not provided (25+ years) PALMERSTON NORTH > > Units for individuals, couples or families: meals not provided > > Halls of residence: catered and self-catered options, with meal plans to choose from WELLINGTON > > Shared apartments: meals not provided > > 3-5 bedroom apartments and studios: meals not provided HOMESTAY Homestay accommodation is when a student lives with a local family in the family's home. Homestay is very popular for international students and short course participants because this environment gives them the opportunity to practice English and learn about New Zealand culture in a safe and supportive environment.

All Massey University approved homestay accommodation is compliant with the The Education (Pastoral Care of International Students) Code of Practice. homestay.ac.nz 9

10 Massey University is a leader in online and borderless education. More than 330,000 people from all over the world have studied via distance with us. STUDY FROM HOME Our online programmes can all be studied fully online – you don’t need to travel to New Zealand. Studying online allows you to achieve your educational dreams while you are working, training or raising a family. Your studies can fit around the rest of your life. Watch lectures or read materials wherever are and whenever it suits your schedule.

HELPFUL SUPPORT The key to studying online is having strategies and support people in place to help with challenges that may arise. With Massey University you are not studying alone! Our team have created a support service for our students living around the world. We're here to help you when you need advice. FEES International students studying outside of New Zealand do not need to pay New Zealand tax. This means that the prices you will pay are approximately 15% less than those advertised in this prospectus. View all our online programmes at massey.ac.nz/borderless STUDY ONLINE FROM YOUR COUNTRY A GRADUATE’S PERSPECTIVE n n LKHAGVASUREN TOGTOKHBAYAR, Master of Aviation Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia "GraduatingfromMasseyUniversitywithaPostgraduateDiploma inAviationwithDistinctionin2012andwithaMasterofAviation withMeritin2013wasaboostinmyprofessionalcareerandasa resultIhavebeenappointedasDirectorGeneraloftheCivilAviation AuthorityofMongolia,whichisoneofonly28ImplementingAgencies oftheGovernmentofMongolia."

FOUNDATION PATHWAYS We offer a range of courses to help you prepare for university and develop your academic study skills. Our pre-degree foundation qualifications will enable you to meet the academic and English language entry requirements for admission to university. Programmes are delivered in New Zealand, online, and with partners offshore. See information on the Certificate in Foundation Studies (two semesters) and Certificate of University Preparation (one semester) on page 13. DEEP (DIRECT ENTRY ENGLISH PATHWAYS) The Direct Entry English Pathways (DEEP) assist you to meet the university’s academic English language requirements and to develop the study and research skills required for your chosen programme of study at foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate level.

For more information or to apply, please visit: uniprep.massey.ac.nz or contact us at uniprep@massey.ac.nz INTENSIVE ENGLISH Whether you are preparing for university study, or improving your English for personal or professional purposes, Intensive English is suitable for you. For more information or to apply, please visit: english.massey.ac.nz or contact us at english@massey.ac.nz FOUNDATION AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE PATHWAYS 11

12 SHORT COURSES AND STUDY TOURS FOR INTERNATIONAL GROUPS We can customise study tours, delegations, immersion courses and other study visits to meet your group’s specific learning objectives. A programme can be tailored to suit any subject, interest and number of participants. The format can be flexible, and of any duration, with the option of face-to- face or online delivery. Build knowledge and make connections in your academic specialty while enjoying the beautiful landscape, activities and unique culture that New Zealand has to offer. For more information, please visit: shortcourse.ac.nz or contact us at shortcourse@massey.ac.nz STUDY ABROAD & STUDENT EXCHANGE Studying at one of Massey’s three campuses is a great way to experience the Kiwi lifestyle, explore our beautiful country, and make new friends, all while gaining academic credit toward your degree.

> > National Expedition and Internship - Massey offers a customised study abroad experience that takes place over the Northern Hemisphere summer. This programme combines a two week national expedition and a four week internship in a local business or organisation. > > Global Student Athlete enables male and female student-athletes to combine international coaching and training with one or two semesters of overseas study. > > Internships, Fieldwork and Field Study opportunities exist across a wide range of subjects on all three Massey campuses. > > massey.ac.nz/studyabroad > > As an international student, you are also eligible to participate in our student exchange programme and can therefore choose to study for one or two semesters of your degree at over 200 institutions in more than 25 countries.

> > massey.ac.nz/studentexchange SHORT COURSES, STUDY TOURS AND STUDY ABROAD CREDIT: MILES HOLDEN

Our International Student Support teams are here to help you succeed academically and personally throughout your studies. We can help with accommodation, insurance and visa arrangements. We can help with arrangements for getting here and we run an orientation programme to help you settle in. There are a range of support services: > > Academic support – each campus has a teaching and learning centre where you can get help with anything relating to your studies. > > Health - we have health and counselling centres on all three of our campuses. > > Clubs and societies – we have over 100 student-run clubs where you can meet, have fun and make new friends.

isso.massey.ac.nz AUCKLAND Phone: +64 9 414 0800 Email: albanyimso@massey.ac.nz PALMERSTON NORTH Phone: +64 6 951 7787 Email: isspn@massey.ac.nz WELLINGTON Phone: +64 4 801 5799 Email: isswn@massey.ac.nz STUDY SUPPORT The Centre for Teaching and Learning exists to help you develop good study practices and examination skills. They offer regular workshops as well as individual consultants. learning.massey.ac.nz THE EDUCATION (PASTORAL CARE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS) CODE OF PRACTICE 2016 The Ministry of Education has established a comprehensive Code of Practice for the pastoral care of international students. Massey University is bound by this Code. Copies of the Code are available from the NZQA website at nzqa.govt.nz ELIGIBILITY FOR HEALTH SERVICES Most international students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in New Zealand. If you receive medical treatment during your visit, you may be liable for the full costs of that treatment. Full details on entitlements to publicly funded health services are available through the Ministry of Health, and can be viewed on their website at moh.govt.nz IMMIGRATION Full details of immigration requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available from Immigration New Zealand, and can be viewed on their website at immigration.govt.nz RECREATION Massey is committed to ensuring an active, enriching campus life and has excellent facilities on each of our campuses as well as associations and clubs to meet the needs of the student community.

recreation.massey.ac.nz ACCIDENT INSURANCE The Accident Compensation Corporation provides accident insurance for all New Zealand citizens, residents, and temporary visitors to New Zealand, but you may still be liable for all other medical and related costs. Further information can be viewed on the ACC website at acc.co.nz MEDICAL AND TRAVEL INSURANCE International students (including group students) must have appropriate and current medical and travel insurance while in New Zealand. Our preferred provider is Studentsafe studentassist.co.nz STUDY AND WORK IN NEW ZEALAND New Zealand Immigration provides options for students to work while studying. Depending on your area of study, you may also have the opportunity to stay and work in New Zealand for up to four years, and possibly even gain residence nzstudywork.immigration.govt.nz INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT 13

14 If you are entering on a student visa then Immigration New Zealand requires you to have NZ$15,000 available in addition to your course fees for each year you’ll be studying in New Zealand, plus an additional NZ$2,000 to cover a return ticket home. You may, however, require more than this to adequately cover your living costs. Visit immigration.govt.nz Living costs can vary considerably depending upon the individual, accommodation option and personal spending habits, so the following are in NZ$ and are indicative costs only.

Notes: 1. Costs are in New Zealand dollars and are approximate based on 2017 information. 2. Auckland is the largest of the three cities our campuses are located in, followed by Wellington and then Palmerston North. Costs may be higher in the larger cities. 3. In Massey catered accommodation students can choose either one, two or three meals per day. 4. Depending upon the option there may be additional costs such as laundry and internet. 5. International students under the age of 18 must live in a Massey- approved homestay, designated caregiver accommodation, or with their parents.

6. Private accommodation costs are based on results found on trademe.co.nz EXAMPLE COSTS Big Mac Combo Meal NZ$11 Cup of coffee NZ$4-5 Sandwich From NZ$4 Student movie ticket NZ$12.50-16.00 LIVING COSTS AUCKLAND PALMERSTON NORTH WELLINGTON Massey University catered accommodation NZ$405 per week (three meals per day) NZ$319 per week (one meal per day) NZ$320-385 per week (three meals per day) NZ$214-279 per week (one meal per day) Not offered Massey-approved homestay (three meals/day) NZ$290 per week NZ$157-185 per week NZ$270 per week Massey University accommodation (no meals) NZ$245 per week NZ$157-185 per week NZ$202-257 per week Non-tuition fees Varies depending upon programme of study (eg NZ$1500 per year) Textbooks Varies depending upon programme of study (eg first year Bachelor of Business Studies textbooks are approximately $700) Not included Tuition fees, transport, health, entertainment etc Auckland – visit at.govt.nz/buses Palmerston North – All buses within Palmerston North are free for students Wellington – visit metlink.org.nz

FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 This is a guide to programmes available to international students interested in studying at a Massey University campus in New Zealand. Tuition fees quoted are estimates only, are in New Zealand dollars and include GST, and are based on 2018 fees. Tuition fees quoted are based on 120 credits of study within the programmes, unless stated otherwise. Each 15 credit course requires approximately 10-12.5 hours each week of class and study time.

You can search the Massey University website: massey.ac.nz for full programme details. If you are ready to apply, please visit massey.ac.nz/international ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND UNIVERSITY PREPARATION Massey University offers a number of English language and preparatory programmes for students who are looking to study: > > General English to improve English language skills > > Academic English to meet English language proficiency requirements > > Foundation studies to meet academic entry requirements into undergraduate degrees at Massey University. Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost Intensive English Language Studies A P W Weekly 4-12 weeks NZ$460 per week A P W Weekly 13-30 weeks NZ$430 per week A P W Weekly 31+ weeks NZ$400 per week Direct Entry English Pathway Foundation Certificate in Academic English (UG DEEP) A P February, July or September 16 weeks NZ$10,000 per semester Foundation Certificate in Advanced Academic English (PG DEEP) A P W A, P: Feb, July or Sep W: Feb or Sep only 16 weeks NZ$10,000 per semester Certificate in Foundation Studies (Full Foundation) A P February or July or November 2 semesters NZ$20,560 Certificate of University Preparation (Fast-track Foundation) A P W A, P: February or July or November. W: February 1 semester NZ$10,280 per semester CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS A certificate will suit you if you are interested in pursuing an interest in a particular subject area and is completed with 60 credits. A diploma is an undergraduate level qualification that needs to be completed with 120 credits. The diploma gives you in-depth knowledge in a specialist area. Successful completion of the diploma will enable you to proceed into a higher qualification.

Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost Certificate in Arts A P W February or July 1 semester NZ$12,505 per semester Certificate in Aviation Studies P February or July 1 semester NZ$13,845 per semester PROGRAMMES AVAILABLE TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 15

16 FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost Certificate in Business Studies A P W February or July 1 semester NZ$13,845 per semester Certificate in Science and Technology A P February or July 1 semester NZ$15,455 per semester Certificate in Visual Arts W February or July 1 semester NZ$15,390 per semester Diploma in Arts A P W February or July 1 year NZ$25,010-$30,910 Diploma in Business Studies A P W February or July 1 year NZ$27,690 Diploma in Communication A P W February or July 1 year NZ$25,010 Diploma in Science and Technology A P February or July 1 year NZ$30,910 Diploma in Visual Arts W February or July 1 year NZ$30,780 STUDY ABROAD Massey University welcomes students from around the world to complete a semester or year on the Study Abroad or Student Exchange programme. Studying abroad is the perfect way to travel and experience the “kiwi” lifestyle and culture, while gaining academic credit towards a home university degree. International students can also engage in full-semester internships, participate in our six-week National Expedition & Internship, and improve their sports performance through our Global Student Athlete programme. For more information about Study Abroad, visit massey.ac.nz/studyabroad Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost Study Abroad Programme A P W February or July 1 semester NZ$12,070 per semester National Expedition and Internship June 6 weeks NZ$7,725 BACHELOR'S DEGREES Massey University offers undergraduate degrees ranging from three to five years of full-time study. These degrees are offered by College of Creative Arts, College of Health, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Sciences, and Massey Business School. Tuition fees quoted are based on 120 credits of study within the programmes, unless stated otherwise.

Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Bachelor of Accountancy A P A: February or July P: February 3 years NZ$27,690 Bachelor of AgriCommerce Agricultural Economics P February or July1 3 years NZ$27,690 Farm Management P February or July1 3 years NZ$30,910 Food Marketing and Retailing P February or July1 3 years NZ$27,690 International Agribusiness P February or July1 3 years NZ$27,690 Rural Valuation P February or July1 3 years NZ$27,690 1 July start will take 3.5 years to complete Bachelor of AgriScience Agriculture P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Equine P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Horticulture P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910

FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Bachelor of Applied Economics A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Bachelor of Arts Business Psychology A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Classical Studies A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Creative Writing A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Economics A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Education A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Educational Psychology A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 English A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Environmental Studies P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Geography P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 History A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Linguistics A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Mathematics A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Media Studies A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Philosophy A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Politics A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Psychology A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Social Anthropology A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Social Policy A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Sociology A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Statistics A P February 3 years NZ$25,010 Bachelor of Aviation Air Transport Pilot (Aeroplane Option) Year 1 P January or July 1 year NZ$89,095 Year 2 P January or July 1 year NZ$103,963 Year 3 P January or July 1 year NZ$30,735 Bachelor of Aviation Management P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Bachelor of Business Accountancy A P A: February or July P: February 3 years NZ$27,690 Economics A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Entrepreneurship and Innovation A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Finance A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Human Resource Management and Employment Relations A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 International Business A February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Management A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Marketing A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Organisational Technology Management A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Property A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Strategic Communication A February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Bachelor of Commercial Music Music Industry W February 3 years NZ$29,500 Music Technology W February 3 years NZ$29,500 Music Practice W February 3 years NZ$29,500 17

18 FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Bachelor of Communication Communication Management A P W February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Expressive Arts A P W February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Journalism Studies W February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Linguistics A P W February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Marketing Communication A P W February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Media Studies A P W February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Public Relations A P W February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Bachelor of Construction Construction Management A February 3 years NZ$33,320 Quantity Surveying A February 3 years NZ$33,320 Bachelor of Creative Media Production W February or July* 3 years NZ$33,680 Pathway in: · Animation and VFX · Film and Television · Game Development · Web and Interactive * If commencing in July will take 3.5 years Bachelor of Design with Honours Fashion Design W February or July 4 years NZ$30,780 Industrial Design W February or July 4 years NZ$32,050 Photography W February or July 4 years NZ$32,050 Spatial Design W February or July 4 years NZ$30,780 Textile Design W February or July 4 years NZ$30,780 Visual Communication Design W February or July 4 years NZ$32,050 Bachelor of Engineering with Honours Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering Available in Auckland for Year 1 and 2. Years 3 and 4 available in Palmerston North only. A P February 4 years NZ$33,320 Electronics and Computer Engineering A P February 4 years NZ$33,680 Engineering and Innovation Management A P February 4 years NZ$33,320 Mechatronics A P February 4 years NZ$33,320 Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours W February or July 4 years NZ$27,690 Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours Food Process Engineering Available in Auckland for Year 1 and 2. Also Semester 1, Year 3. Subsequent semesters available in Palmerston North only.

A P February 4 years NZ$33,320 Food Product Technology A P February 4 years NZ$33,320 Bachelor of Health Science Environmental Health W February 3 years NZ$30,910 Health Promotion W February 3 years NZ$30,910 Integrated Human Health P W February 3 years NZ$30,910 Psychology P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Rehabilitation Studies W February 3 years NZ$30,910 Bachelor of Information Sciences Computer Science A P A: February or July P: February 3 years NZ$30,910 Data Science A February or July 3 years NZ$29,970 Information Systems A P A: February or July P: February 3 years NZ$29,970 Information Technology A P A: February or July P: February 3 years NZ$33,320 Software Engineering A P A: February or July P: February 3 years NZ$33,320

FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts P February 4 years NZ$30,780 Bachelor of Nursing P W February 3 years NZ$30,910 Bachelor of Resource and Environmental Planning P February 4 years NZ$33,320 Bachelor of Retail and Business Management A February 3 years NZ$27,690 Bachelor of Science Agriculture Science P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Animal Science P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Biochemistry P February or July1 3 years NZ$30,910 Biological Sciences A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Chemistry A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Computer Science A P February or July1 3 years NZ$30,910 Earth Science P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Ecology A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Environmental Science A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Exercise and Sport Science A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Genetics A P February or July1 3 years NZ$30,910 Geography P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Human Nutrition A P February or July1 3 years NZ$30,910 Logistics and Supply Chain Management A February or July1 3 years NZ$30,910 Marine Ecology A February 3 years NZ$30,910 Mathematics A P February or July1 3 years NZ$25,010 Microbiology P February or July1 3 years NZ$30,910 Physics P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Physiology A P A: February P: February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Plant Science P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Psychology A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 Statistics A P February or July 3 years NZ$25,010 Zoology A P February or July 3 years NZ$30,910 1 July start will take 3.5 years to complete Bachelor of Social Work A P February or July 4 years NZ$25,010 Bachelor of Speech and Language Therapy with Honours A February 4 years NZ$33,320 Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Exercise Prescription and Training P February 3 years NZ$30,910 Physical Education P February 3 years NZ$30,910 Bachelor of Sport Management A P February or July 3 years NZ$27,690 Bachelor of Veterinary Science P February 5 years Years 2-5 NZ$63,4342 2 First semester NZ$31,090 Bachelor of Veterinary Technology P February 3 years NZ$30,910 19

20 FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 GRADUATE CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS These bridging programmes allow graduates to gain the equivalent of an undergraduate major in a specific area so that they may proceed to postgraduate studies in that area. Tuition fees quoted are based on 120 credits of study within the programmes, unless stated otherwise. Each 15 credit course requires approximately 10-12.5 hours each week of class and study time. Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Graduate Certificate in Science and Technology A P February or July 1 semester NZ$15,455 per semester Graduate Diploma in Applied Statistics A P February or July 1 year NZ$28,259 Graduate Diploma in Arts English A P February or July 1 year NZ$25,010 Environmental Studies P February or July 1 year NZ$30,910 Geography P February or July 1 year NZ$30,910 History A P February or July 1 year NZ$25,010 Mathematics A P February or July 1 year NZ$25,010 Philosophy P February or July 1 year NZ$25,010 Psychology A P February 1 year NZ$30,910 Sociology A P February 1 year NZ$25,010 Graduate Diploma in Aviation Aviation Studies P February or July 1 year NZ$33,330 Graduate Diploma in Business Studies A P February or July 1 year NZ$27,690 Graduate Diploma in Design W February 1 year NZ$33,320 Graduate Diploma in Fine Arts W February 1 year NZ$30,780 Graduate Diploma in Information Sciences A P A: February or July P: February 1 year NZ$30,897 Graduate Diploma in Journalism Studies W February 1 year NZ$27,690 Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management A February. 1 year NZ$27,690 Graduate Diploma in Science and Technology (A pathway programme to Postgraduate study in Sciences) A P February or July 1 year NZ$30,910 Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Primary) A P January 1 year (165 credits) NZ$34,388 Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Secondary) P January 1 year NZ$25,010 A GRADUATE’S PERSPECTIVE n n GRACIE XIAO, China MasterofFoodTechnology,Aucklandcampus "MasseyUniversitygraduatesarealsowell-knownforbeing practical,hands-onandquicklyadaptingtotheworkenvironment. ThatisexactlywhatIwantedtobelikewhenIgraduatedandthe programmehaswellequippedmetoachievemygoal. Ihavebeenworkinginthenewproductdevelopmentteamfor SanitariumHealth&WellbeingsinceIcompletedmyPostgraduate DiplomainFoodTechnology.Later,Iwasawardedascholarship frommycurrentemployertocompletemyMasterofFood Technologypart-timewhilecontinuingworking. ThemostrewardingpartofthestudyisthatIcanuseallthepractical skillsinmydailyjobandtheknowledgegivesmeconfidenceto tacklerealworkproblems."

FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS With a postgraduate certificate you can build on knowledge and skills you’ve already achieved, whether through a degree or equivalent practical or professional experience. You can also use it as a bridging programme for postgraduate study or research in an area different from your prior training, experience or qualifications. The duration of Postgraduate Certificates are 60 credits and are generally completed in one semester. A postgraduate diploma is a qualification that builds on achievement in a previous degree. The qualification is open to graduates who meet academic postgraduate entry into the University. The duration of study is generally one year full-time. Postgraduate diplomas are 120 credit programmes. Tuition fees quoted are based on 120 credits of study within the programmes, unless stated otherwise. Each 15 credit course requires approximately 10-12.5 hours each week of class and study time.

Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Postgraduate Certificate in Arts A P February or July 1 semester NZ$14,190 per semester Postgraduate Certificate in Business A P W February or July 1 semester NZ$14,490 per semester Postgraduate Certificate in International Development P February or July 1 semester NZ$14,190 per semester Postgraduate Certificate in Science and Technology (Subject to proposed CUAP changes) A P Postgraduate Diploma in Accountancy A February or July 1 year NZ$28,980 Postgraduate Diploma in AgriCommerce P February or July 1 year NZ$34,050 Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics P July 1 year NZ$28,380 Postgraduate Diploma in Arts Economics A P February or July 1 year NZ$28,980 Geography A P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Politics A P February or July 1 year NZ$28,380 Psychology A P February or July 1 year NZ$34,050 Social Anthropology A P February or July 1 year NZ$28,380 Sociology A P February 1 year NZ$28,380 Postgraduate Diploma in Business A P W February or July 1 year NZ$28,980 Postgraduate Diploma in Construction Construction Law A February 1 year NZ$33,680 Construction Project Management A February 1 year NZ$36,680 Facilities Management A February 1 year NZ$36,680 Quantity Surveying A February 1 year NZ$34,050 Postgraduate Diploma in Design Fashion Design W February 1 year NZ$33,680 Industrial Design W February 1 year NZ$33,680 Photography W February 1 year NZ$33,680 Spatial Design W February 1 year NZ$33,680 Textile Design W February 1 year NZ$33,680 Visual Communication Design W February 1 year NZ$33,680 Postgraduate Diploma in Education Teaching and Learning P February or July 1 year NZ$27,770 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Leadership P February or July 1 year NZ$28,380 Unendorsed P February or July 1 year NZ$28,380 Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Management P February or July 1 year NZ$36,680 Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Arts W February 1 year NZ$33,680 Postgraduate Diploma in Information Sciences A February or July 1 year NZ$33,680 Postgraduate Diploma in International Development P February or July 1 year NZ$28,380 Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism W February 1 year NZ$28,3804 4 Programme has a component fee of NZ$3189.90 Postgraduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management A February or July 1 year NZ$28,980 Postgraduate Diploma in Māori Visual Arts P February 1 year NZ$33,680 21

22 FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health W February 1 year NZ$34,050 Postgraduate Diploma in Science and Technology (Subject to CUAP approval) Agricultural Science P February 1 year NZ$37,400 Animal Science P February or July 1 year NZ$37,400 Biochemistry A P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Biological Sciences A P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Chemistry A P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Conservation Biology A P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Earth Science P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Ecology P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Genetics A P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Geography P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Horticultural Science P February 1 year NZ$37,400 Human Nutrition A P February or July 1 year NZ$34,050 Mathematics A P February or July 1 year NZ$28,380 Microbiology P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Nanoscience P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Physics P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Physiology P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Plant Breeding P February 1 year NZ$37,400 Psychology A P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Soil Science P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Statistics P February or July 1 year NZ$28,380 Zoology P February 1 year NZ$34,050 Postgraduate Diploma in Speech and Language Therapy A February 1 year NZ$36,680 Postgraduate Diploma in Sport Management A February 1 year NZ$28,980 Postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Science Veterinary Public Health P February 1 year NZ$44,000 Veterinary Epidemiology P February 1 year NZ$44,000 A GRADUATE’S PERSPECTIVE n n JENNIFER POITEVINT, USA BachelorofNursing,Wellingtoncampus "IreallywouldrecommendotherscomingtoMasseytostudy,asI havefoundittobeasupportiveenvironmentwithpassionateand qualifiedlecturers.Theinternationalstaffhasalwaysbeenextremely helpful,especiallywhenIhadquestionsaboutmyvisaortuition."

FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 MASTER’S DEGREES Coursework master’s (C) are a postgraduate degree awarded for advanced study that normally builds on the principal discipline area(s) of a qualifying undergraduate degree. It will include a research report, creative or scholarly work as defined within the programme. A coursework master’s is generally a 180 credit programme and they are structured to be completed in either 1 year (three consecutive semesters), or 1.5 years as stated. A research master’s (R) is a postgraduate degree awarded for advanced study that normally builds on the principal discipline area(s) of a qualifying undergraduate degree. A research master’s will comprise coursework and thesis and is generally a 240 credit programme (2 years), however some are 180 credit programmes (1.5 years). Tuition fees quoted are based on 120 credits of study within the programmes, unless stated otherwise. Each 15 credit course requires approximately 10-12.5 hours each week of class and study time.

Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Master of AgriCommerce (R) P February 1.5 years NZ$34,050 Master of Agriculture (C) Agriculture P February 1.5 years NZ$37,400 Equine P February 1.5 years NZ$37,400 Horticulture P February 1.5 years NZ$37,400 No Endorsement P February 1.5 years NZ$37,400 Master of Analytics (C) Business A W February to February 1 year NZ$28,980 Health A W February 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Master of Applied Linguistics (C) P July 1.5 years NZ$28,380 Master of Applied Social Work (C) A February 2 years NZ$28,380 Master of Applied Statistics P February 1.5 years NZ$28,380 Master of Aviation (C) P February or July 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Master of Arts Economics A P February or July 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Education (R) (this is a 120 credits research only major) P February 1 year NZ$28,380 Geography A P February 1.5 years NZ$34,050 Politics P February or July 1.5 years NZ$28,380 Psychology A P February or July 1.5 years NZ$34,050 Social Anthropology A P February or July 1.5 years NZ$28,380 Sociology A P February 1.5 years NZ$28,380 Master of Business Studies (R) Accountancy A February 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Economics A P A: February or July P: February 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Finance A P February or July 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Human Resource Management and Employment Relations A February 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Management A February 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Marketing A February 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Master of Construction (C) Construction Law A February 1 year NZ$33,680 Construction Project Management A February 1 year NZ$36,680 Facilities Management A February 1 year NZ$36,680 Quantity Surveying A February 1 year NZ$36,680 Master of Design W February or July or September 1-1.5 years NZ$33,680 Master of Education (C or R) Teaching and Learning P February (C) 1.5 years (R) 2 years NZ$27,770 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Leadership P February (C) 1.5 years (R) 2 years NZ$28,380 Unendorsed P February (C) 1.5 years (R) 2 years NZ$28,380 Master of Engineering Studies (C) 23

24 FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Electronics and Computer Engineering A P February or July 1 year NZ$36,680 Energy Management P February 1 year NZ$36,680 Mechatronics A P February or July 1 year NZ$36,680 Renewable Energy Systems P February 1 year NZ$36,680 Master of Environmental Management (C) P February or July 1.5 years NZ$36,680 Master of Finance (R) A P W February or July 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Master of Fine Arts Design W February 2 years NZ$33,680 Fine Arts W February 2 years NZ$33,680 Unendorsed W February 2 years NZ$33,680 Master of Food Technology (R) A P February 1.5 years NZ$36,680 Master of Information Sciences (C) Computer Science A P February or July 1.5 years NZ$33,680 Information Technology A February or July 1.5 years NZ$34,050 Software Engineering A February or July 1.5 years NZ$34,050 Master of International Development (C and R) P February 1.5 years NZ$28,380 Master of Journalism5 (R) W February 1.5 years NZ$28,380 5 Programme has a component fee of $3186.90 Master of Management (C) Accountancy A February 1.5years NZ$28,980 Communication Management W February 1.5years NZ$28,980 Financial Economics A February or July 1.5years NZ$28,980 Human Resource Management and Employment Relations A February or July 1.5years NZ$28,980 International Business A February or July 1.5years NZ$28,980 Management A P A: February or July P: February 1.5years NZ$28,980 Marketing A February or August 1.5years NZ$28,980 Master of Māori Visual Arts P February 2 years NZ$33,680 Master of Professional Accountancy and Finance (C) A W February or August 2 years NZ$28,980 Master of Public Health (C) W February 2 years NZ$34,050 Master of Science (R) Agricultural Science P February 2 years NZ$37,400 Animal Science P February or July 2 years NZ$37,400 Biochemistry A P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Biological Sciences A P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Chemistry A P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Computer Science A February or July 2 years NZ$33,680 Conservation Biology A P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Earth Science P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Ecology A P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Genetics A P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Geography P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Horticultural Science P February 2 years NZ$37,400 Human Nutrition A P February or July 2 years NZ$34,050 Mathematics A P February or July 2 years NZ$28,380 Microbiology P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Nanoscience P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Physics P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Physiology P February 2 years NZ$34,050

FEES ARE BASED ON 2018 RATES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2019 Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Plant Biology P February 2 years NZ$37,400 Plant Breeding P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Psychology A P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Soil Science P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Statistics P February or July 2 years NZ$28,380 Zoology P February 2 years NZ$34,050 Master of Speech and Language Therapy (R) A February 2 years NZ$36,680 Master of Supply Chain Management (C) A February 1.5 years NZ$28,980 Master of Veterinary Studies (C) Conservation Veterinary Medicine P February 1.5 years NZ$44,000 Epidemiology P February 1.5 years NZ$44,000 Veterinary Public Health P February 1.5 years NZ$44,000 Unendorsed P February 1.5 years NZ$44,000 DOCTORAL DEGREES A doctoral degree is the most advanced postgraduate qualification. It requires the completion of a research thesis or creative work that makes an original contribution to new knowledge. Named doctorates also require completion of a research thesis as well as specified course work. Normally a minimum of three years full-time study is required for a doctoral degree. Programme Auckland Palmerston North Wellington Start date Duration Cost (per 120 credits) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) A P W Any time 3-4 years NZ$6353-78451 1 The New Zealand Government has approved a policy for new international student PhD applicants which offers international students the same level of tuition fees as those paid by New Zealand domestic students. At Massey University, this policy relates to the Doctor of Philosophy with research topics in all areas including: Business, Creative Arts, Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Sciences. For specific details, please refer to massey.ac.nz/international A GRADUATE’S PERSPECTIVE n n HANH BUI, Vietnam MasterInternationalDevelopment,PalmerstonNorthcampus "Masseydevelopmentstudiesprofessorsandlecturersarenot onlywellknownacademicsandresearchersbutalsoexpertsin developmentpracticeandpolicyindiversecontextsincludingthe Pacific,AfricaandespeciallyAsia.

TheMaster’sProgrammeinInternationalDevelopmentatMassey helpsmebothwidenanddeepenmyunderstandingofhowglobal, economic,political,environmentalandsocialforcesareshapingthe worldwelivein." 25

26 UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS > > For most undergraduate level programmes, the minimum academic entry requirement is successful completion of a qualification equivalent to the New Zealand Year 13 - NCEA Level 3 University Entrance. International students need to check the equivalency of their secondary school qualification by reviewing the list of Academic Admission Requirements by Country. > > International students who have previously studied at a New Zealand secondary school should refer to the secondary school requirements section.

> > International students who have completed 3 x B at level 5 or 6 passes in the New Zealand Diploma of Business may apply for entry into a Bachelor's programme. • An NZQA transcript as formal evidence of the NZDipBus results is required before credit will be assessed and only papers with a minimum grade of B will be assessed for credit. • The English language requirements can be met by: » » A minimum IELTS 5.5 (or equivalent) used to gain entry to the NZDipBus or, » » A recent IELTS 6.0 with no band score less than 5.5 Graduate Diplomas Admission to a Graduate Diploma requires successful completion of a three year diploma or undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution.

UNDERGRADUATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS Students from a country where English is not the first language, must obtain a minimum English Language competency level. Some programmes require a higher level of English Language competency than the minimum requirement indicated. Programme Level IELTS TOEFL iBT PTE Academic Cambridge English Pre Degree and Foundation Certificate in Academic English (UG DEEP) 5.0 (no band less than 5.0) 61 overall (min 17 in Reading and Writing) 36 Overall (min 36 in communicative skills) 154 overall and all bands 154 or better Foundation Certificate in Advanced Academic English (PG DEEP) 5.5 (no band less than 5.5) 70 overall (min 19 in Reading and Writing) 42 Overall (min 42 in communicative skills) 162 overall and all bands 162 or better Certificate in Foundation Studies (Full Foundation) 5.5 (no band less than 5.0) 70 overall (min 17 in Writing) 42 Overall (min 36 in communicative skills) 162 overall and all bands 154 or better Certificate of University Preparation (CUP) (Fast-track Foundation) 6.0 (no band less than 5.0) 80 overall (min 17 in Writing) 50 Overall (min 36 in communicative skills) 169 overall and all bands 154 or better Undergraduate Level 6.0 (no band less than 5.5) 80 overall (min 19 in Writing) 50 Overall (min 42 in communicative skills) 169 overall and all bands 162 or better Massey University recognises the following English Language examinations: > > International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Only Academic IELTS scores are acceptable. A scanned copy of your academic IELTS scores is acceptable as Massey is able to verify your results online.

> > Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) A scanned copy of your TOEFL scores is acceptable as Massey is able to verify your results online. (This applies to iBT test results only) Test scores for English proficiency are valid for two years from the test date. If you have taken a test other than IELTS or TOEFL, include it with your Application for Admission as an International Student so that it may be considered. International Students who qualify for admission with NCEA Level 3/ CIE from a New Zealand Secondary School do not need to present any additional English language evidence for general admission. IELTS can not be used as a substitute for literacy but will be required for programmes with a higher English language requirement in addition to meeting the literacy requirement (refer to the programme specific exceptions). POSTGRADUATE ACADEMIC ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS Masters, postgraduate diplomas and postgraduate certificates. An appropriate undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution is required Doctorate degrees (PhD) The equivalent or better of a relevant Bachelor's (Hons) or Master's Degree with First or Second Class Honours, Division 1 (B+ and above) with sufficient prior experience of independent research at postgraduate level Programme Level IELTS TOEFL iBT PTE Academic Cambridge English Postgraduate Level 6.5 (no band less than 6.0) 90 overall (min 20 in Writing) 58 Overall (min 50 in communicative skills) 176 overall and all bands 169 or better DAAD (For German students only A minimum B grade in each section plus a letter of support from University Some colleges may specify a higher level of attainment for PhD applicants INTERNATIONAL ARTICULATION PATHWAYS Massey University has a large number of international partner articulation pathways into our programmes so you may be able to progress directly from your university into Massey University. We have programmes in the following countries: Australia, Cambodia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.

massey.ac.nz/iap SCHOLARSHIPS Undergraduate scholarships > > Excellence Awards for Latin America > > New Zealand Pacific Scholarships > > Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (SYLFF) Postgraduate scholarships > > English language awards for PhD students (from Thailand, Vietnam or Indonesia) > > Massey University Doctoral Scholarship > > New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS) > > New Zealand Development Scholarships > > New Zealand Pacific Scholarships > > The New Zealand ASEAN Scholars Award > > Commonwealth Scholarships > > Massey University offers English Language education awards > > Higher Education Commission Scholarships massey.ac.nz/internationalscholarships Education New Zealand Scholarships enz.govt.nz/scholarships ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

COUNTRY FOUNDATION ENTRY REQUIREMENTS UNDERGRADUATE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Worldwide International Baccalaureate (IB) with aggregate 21 in 6 subjects (average 3.5 on 1-7 scale). Cambridge International Examination or Advanced International Certificate of Education (CIE / AICE) with pass grades in 4 academic subjects. International Baccalaureate (IB) with successful completion of a minimum 24 points. Cambridge International Examination or Advanced International Certificate of Education (CIE /AICE) A or AS levels, a minimum of 120 points from approved syllabus group list. And a minimum D grade or better in syllabuses from at least three different in each of at least 3 different syllabus groups (excluding Thinking Skills), as well as an E or better in AS English and a D grade in IGCSE or GCSE Mathematics.

Taken in countries other than New Zealand (excluding United Kingdom): 3 A-levels including at least 1 C grade or better. A result in General Studies cannot be included among the 3 on which the application is based. Australia Successful completion of year 12 with a minimum TER (or ATAR), or equivalent of 50. Successful completion of Year 12 with a minimum tertiary entrance rank (TER), ATAR or equivalent of 74. Brazil Certificado de Ensini Medio with 4 x B grade passes in academic subjects. Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised institution. Canada Grade 12 Certificate. General: High School graduation (Grade 12 Certificate) with minimum achievement of 60% average across 6 subjects including English.

Ontario: Secondary Diploma with a minimum average 65% in grade 12, higher levels of achievement will be required for limited entry courses (such as Aviation). First year of CEGEP with 60% across 6 subjects including English. Students with the full 2 years of CEGEP with 60% across 6 subjects including English can be considered for admission plus credit. China Senior High School Year 3 Certificate of Graduation, minimum 70%. Or Completion of Senior High School Year 2 exams with superior grade of 80% average. Senior High School graduation plus successful completion of one year bachelors level study from a recognised institution; or Successful completion of a two year Diploma, or a minimum of two years out of a three year Diploma from a recognised institution; or Completed Gaokao with a tier one score from the related province.

Chile Licencia de Educacion Media with 4 x 6pt passes in academic subjects. One year’s successful bachelor degree level study at a recognised institution. Colombia Successful completion of High School Diploma with appropriate GPA. Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised institution. Denmark Hojere Forberedelseseksamen (HF); or Hojere Handelseksamen (HHX). Fiji Fiji School Leaving Certificate 65% in four academic subjects. Fiji Form 7 Certificate: aggregate over four subjects of 250 marks out of 400, with a minimum of 50 in English; or USP foundation year in either science or social sciences with a grade average of B and no grade lower than C in the eight required courses; or USP Certificate IV in Business Leadership and Management – a completed Certificate IV in Business Leadership and Management and an earlier qualification at Level 5 or above on the Fiji National Qualifications Framework.

Germany Mittlere Reife / Realschulabschluss. Successful completion of Senior High School (Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife - Arbitur). Hong Kong HK Certificate of Education, minimum 2C and 2D grades or equivalent. Or HKDSE, five subjects comprising of three academic subjects and two electives, two out of the five subjects must be at level 2 or higher. Hong Kong Advanced Level passes in three academic subjects with one grade C or higher; or The Hong Kong Diploma in Secondary Education with at least three subjects achieved at Level 4 or better, including English language and two elective subjects.

India All India Senior Secondary Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) (Year 12), minimum 65% over four academic subjects OR All India Senior Secondary Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) (Year 12), minimum 75% over 3 academic subjects. All India Senior School Certificate (AISSC) or Indian School Certificate (ISC) Year 12 with an overall average of 75% and a minimum of 60% in English. Iran Successful completion of 3 year High School Diploma with an average of 12 or above. One year’s successful bachelor degree level study at a recognised institution. Indonesia Sekolah Menengah Atas (SMA) with a minimum GPA of 7.0.

Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised institution; or A minimum of 8.5 of Sekolah Menengah Atas (SMA). Japan Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shomeisho) with a C average. Applicants must meet 1 of the following requirements: (a) completion of a High School Diploma with a B average; or (b) 1 year of successful study at a Japanese university; or (c) completion of a junior college diploma of 2 or 3 years’ duration. Korea High school diploma with a C average. Successful completion of University Entrance Examination with a minimum score of 250. ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS BY COUNTRY 27

28 COUNTRY FOUNDATION ENTRY REQUIREMENTS UNDERGRADUATE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Kuwait Successful completion of General Secondary Education Certificate (GSEC) with an overall average of 80% over approved academic subjects. Latin America Successful completion of High School Diploma with appropriate GPA. Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised institution. Malaysia SPM: Grade 4 average in five subjects, or, UEC: Grade 6 average over five subjects. STPM 3 principal passes, or, UEC with a maximum of 18 points over 6 academic subjects, or GCE A levels with at least 3 results with 1 grade at Level C or above, or, SAM (or equivalent) with a minimum tertiary entrance rank of 74.

Mexico Successful completion of High School Diploma with appropriate GPA. One year's successful bachelor degree level study at a recognised institution of university standing with good passing grades. New Zealand 50 NCEA credits at Level 2 in approved subjects, including 14 credits at Level 1 or higher in each of Mathematics and English. National Certificate in Educational Achievement. Oman General Secondary School Leaving Certificate with 70% average in best five subjects (excluding Arabic/Islamic Education) and 70% in math. Successful completion of a two year diploma at an internationally recognised tertiary institution. Pakistan Secondary School Certificate with 60% average (B grade or Division 1).

Successful completion of one year’s study at an internationally recognised tertiary institution. Papua New Guinea Higher School Certificate with Grade B in five academic subjects. Successful completion of one year study at an internationally recognised tertiary institution. Successful completion of the South Pacific Form 7 Certificate (with three or more B grades in academic subjects). Philippines Secondary School with Superior Grades (grade B) in Year 4. Successful completion of one year study at an internationally recognised tertiary institution. Russia Certificate of Secondary Education with a Grade 4 average.

Successful completion of one year study at an internationally recognised tertiary institution. Saudi Arabia General Secondary Education Certificate with a Very Good grade (75%) over four best academic subjects. Successful completion of either an undergraduate diploma or an associate degree at a recognised tertiary institution. Singapore GCE O-level Grade B4 over four subjects. A minimum of three H2 passes at C grade; or Successful completion of NUS High School Diploma. Solomon Islands Completion of Secondary School with a B average.

USP foundation year in either science or social science with a grade average of B or higher and no grade lower than C in the eight required courses. South Africa Senior Certificate with 2 x B and 2 x C grades at Standard Grade. Successful completion of the South African National Senior Certificate that enables entry to university. South Korea Korean University Entrance examination, minimum of 250 for general degrees, higher scores may be needed for specialist programmes. South Pacific countries Completion of South Pacific Form 7 Certificate. South Pacific Form 7 Certificate: 3 or more B grades in academic subjects with a minimum of Grade 5 in PSSC English and Grade 6 in PSSC maths.

Sri Lanka GCE O-levels with credit grade in four subjects. GCE A-levels with a minimum of three credit passes. Taiwan Senior High School with a C average. Applicants must have satisfactorily completed (a) 1 year of university or (b) senior high school and a 2-year junior college diploma or (c) junior high school and a 5-year junior college diploma. Thailand Matayom 6 with grade average of 2.5. Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at an internationally recognised tertiary institution. Tonga Successful completion of Form 7. Successful completion of the USP Foundation Programme OR South Pacific Form Seven Certificate: 3 or more B grades in academic subjects with a minimum of grade 5 in PSSC English and grade 6 in PSSC maths (grade 1 is highest) OR Tonga National Form Seven Certificate: 3 or more B grades in academic subjects.

UK GCSE with two x B and two x C grades. 3 ‘A’ + 1 GCSE at Grade C or above. USA High School Diploma. Successful completion of High School Diploma from an accredited high school, plus a minimum ACT composite score of 24 or a minimum SAT result of 1100 out of 1600 (new SAT scores) or 1650 out of 2400 (old SAT scores) (Aggregate of Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and Mathematic scores in SAT Reasoning Tests taken from March 2016, or the Critical Reading and Mathematics scores in SAT Reasoning Tests taken prior to March 2016.

Vietnam Upper Senior Secondary graduation with a Grade 6 average. Completion of Bang Tot Ngiep Trung hoc Pho thong (Vietnam Upper Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma) with 8 out of 10 in their Secondary School Leaving Examination, (SSLE), (Thi Tot Nghiep Pho thong Trung hoc). OR Successful completion of one year’s study at a recognised tertiary institution.

Choose your programme and check you meet the academic and English language entry requirements for admission. massey.ac.nz/international Apply online anytime at massey.ac.nz/apply > > Closing date for Semester 1 (February start) is 1 December > > Closing date for Semester 2 (July start) is 1 May Note: some programmes have earlier application deadlines > > Supply any necessary supporting documents > > You can also apply through a registered agent. Email international@massey.ac.nz for a list of agents in your country Offer of place > > Once your application is complete, and we have received all necessary documentation, we will assess it > > If successful we will issue you an offer of place Accept your offer of place by following the instructions in your offer letter.

Pay your tuition fees - we will then issue a receipt of payment you can use for visa purposes. > > Apply for your visa via one of our agents, or directly with NZ immigration at nzready.immigration.govt.nz > > If you wish to apply for on-campus accommodation or homestay visit massey.ac.nz/accommodation > > Accept your offer of accommodation and pay your deposit > > Pay your accommodation fees prior to arrival Arrive on campus, attend orientation and start your study! > > Semester One, 2018, starts 26 February > > Semester Two, 2018, starts 16 July We will remain in communication with you throughout this process, but if you have any queries along the way please don’t hesitate to contact us. email: international@massey.ac.nz web: massey.ac.nz/international HOW TO APPLY GLOSSARY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Bachelor’s Degree Normally a minimum of three years full-time study. Conjoint Degree Two undergraduate degrees completed simultaneously by passing a reduced number of credits in each.

Credits Every programme has a credit value and every course within a programme also has a credit value. For example, a typical undergraduate degree is worth 360 credits and a typical undergraduate course is worth 15 credits. Graduate A student who has completed a Bachelor’s degree or higher. Graduate Diploma A qualification open to graduates or to those who have been able to demonstrate equivalent experience. Honours Degree A Postgraduate qualification equivalent to a Postgraduate Diploma. Entry to an Honours programme requires prior high academic performance. Level of course Typical undergraduate degrees consist of 100, 200 and 300-level courses. 100-level courses are taught in the first year, 200-level courses in second year and 300-level courses may be studied once 200-level courses are successfully completed. Postgraduate courses are taught at 700, 800 and 900-levels. Major A substantial component of an undergraduate degree (at least a quarter of all the courses in the degree).

Master’s Degree A postgraduate degree that normally builds on the area of study within a qualifying undergraduate degree. Minor A combination of courses in an undergraduate degree that is smaller than a major. Course A module of work with a unique code number involving lectures, tutorials, seminars, and practicals. A typical undergraduate degree, studied full-time, would consist of 8 courses per year, with 4 in each semester. Course Code Each course has a six-figure code to identify it. For example, in course 150.214 the ‘150’ denotes Māori Studies, the ‘2’ shows it is a 200-level course and the final two digits ‘14’ identify the course. Postgraduate Diploma A qualification that builds on attainment in the prior degree, open to graduates or those with equivalent experience. Semester Massey University has two semesters each year (Semester 1 and Semester 2). Each normally involves 13 weeks of teaching followed by exams. There is also a summer semester known as Summer School.

Undergraduate A student studying at university who has not yet graduated. 29

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