Location
  • New Zealand
    • Wellington
Term
Academic Year, Fall, Spring
Subject Areas
Agriculture Architecture Biology Business Communications Computer Science Conservation and Preservation Engineering Graduate Studies Health Sciences History Hospitality Liberal Arts Mathematics Natural Sciences Performing Arts Social Sciences Visual Arts +8

Program Details

Program Type
Provider
Degree Level
Masters
Language
English

Pricing

Starting Price
10000
Price Details
Semester Programs:
Fall (July - November): (Estimate) US$12,606-$13,106
Spring (February to July) : (Estimate) US$12,584-US$13,084

Full Year Program:
July to July; February to November: (Estimate) US$23,787-US$24,297

Scholarships available. Housing costs not included in tuition price. See website for more details.
What's Included
Classes
What's Not Included
Accommodation Activities Airfare Airport Transfers Meals
Dec 05, 2019

About Program

Explore numerous national parks, immerse yourself in Maori culture, have access to world class surfing and skiing – and world class education, all in one university. If you are looking for a study abroad experience that is action packed inside and outside of the classroom, Massey University is the place for you.

Live and study alongside locals in the vibrant capital city of Wellington. With our flexible course enrollment program, you will be able to access their Wellington campus' full-course curriculum. Choose from hundreds of high-quality academic courses to meet your academic requirements back home.

* Study and live in a one person room in Wellington, a city known as New Zealand's cultural capital, located on the south-western tip of the North Island

* Enjoy New Zealand's spectacular outdoors, with skiing, tramping, surfing and vineyards all just a day trip away

* Earn academic credits, average classes per week: 4; average class hours per week: 12.5

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Program Highlights

  • Wellington is a true walking city, with unique national treasures, arts and culture, gastonomic delights, shopping sensations and scenic beauty on New Zealand's North Island.
  • The university's magnificent museum building, perched at the crest of Mount Cook alongside the National War Memorial and Carillon and former National Art Gallery, overlooks the stunning vista of the capital city and its harbor.
  • Massey University offers a wide range of extracurricular student activities available for all students, from the alpine club to fire-spinning to waterpolo.
  • The international student support team organizes a trip to Queen Charlotte Sounds for dolphin watching and a Martinborough winery tour every semester.

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