MASSEY UNIVERSITY IN NEW ZEALAND

Major areas of study:

  • We have 5 Colleges that cover most areas of study: Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Health Sciences, Business, Creative Arts.
  • 2016 QS rankings have just been released and highlights for Massey include:
    • 25: Veterinary Sciences
    • 30: Agriculture and Forestry
    • 51-100: Nursing, Accounting and Finance
    • 101-150: Education and Training
    • 151-200: Statistics and Operational Research, Geography, Communication and Media Studies, Sociology, Business and Management Studies
    • 201-250: Environmental Studies, Mathematics
    • 201-300: Economics and Econometrics
    • 251-300: Computer Science and Information Systems
    • 301-400: Biological Sciences
    • 5 Stars in Research, Employability, Teaching, Facilities, Internationalization, Innovation, Social Responsibility, Specialist Criteria, Online

    Massey’s College of Business:

    • Accreditation from AACSB International (in the top 5% in the world).
    • AMBA, CIMA, ACCA, NZICA, CPA and CFA.

    Veterinary

    • Science degree is accredited by AVMA (USA) and other countries.
    • Ranked best by employers on QS rankings

    Aviation (Air Transport Pilot):

    • Royal Aeronautical Society
    • ISO9001-2000 accreditation.
    • ICAO licensing requirements integrated within the papers of the degree

    Food Technology is accredited by the US based Institute of Food Technologists (IFT).

    School of Design

    • New Zealand’s longest established design school (125 years)
    • Recognised by NASAD (USA)
    • Ranked 3rd in the Asia Pacific by Red Dot Awards (Germany)

    Education:

    • The most comprehensive research-based post-graduate programmes of any New Zealand education college
    • New Zealand’s national research centre for tertiary teaching excellence (Ako Aotearoa) is located at Massey University.

    Engineering:

    • Accredited by the Washington Accord
  • Note also, that Massey’s Auckland Student Accommodation earned 5 stars by Qualmark Tourism NZ (first and only in NZ)