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Pathways to university

Need to improve your academic requirements for university admission? Our pathway programmes are designed by world-class teaching and academic staff to help you move easily into your chosen degree programme. Our programmes are offered multiple times throughout the year, providing you with flexible study options.

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To find out about our international pathways and support for international students, visit the International Page.


Student Wellbeing

Our team offers several services to support student wellbeing during your time at Massey. We understand the challenges tertiary study can bring and the importance of a holistic approach to keep you well through your journey. The service facilitates workshops, health education, skills programmes, peer support groups, medical services including doctors and nurse consultations, counselling, wellbeing advisors and online tools. Our service philosophy is based on the four dimensions of the wellbeing model Te Whare Tapa Wha developed by, Sir Mason Durie. The four dimensions of the wharenui(house) are: taha wairua (spiritual health), taha hinengaro(mental health), taha tinana (physical health) and taha whānau(family and social health). For the whare to be strong, eachtaha/side needs to be strong. The stronger your whare, the more likely you are to succeed and have a good time doing it.

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Disability Services

Massey University supports students on campus or studying by distance who have a disability, impairment or health issue that impacts on their study or learning. We strive to provide a flexible and responsive service that is focused on your individual needs. We are always happy to talk with new or prospective students about how we can help you succeed in your studies.

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Scholarships and Fees

Costs and fees

Cost is an important factor for most people considering tertiary study. In New Zealand, you are expected to contribute to the total cost of your study in the form of a ‘tuition fee’.

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StudyLink

You might qualify for an interest-free student loan or financial assistance with your tuition fees, books, and materials. Visit the StudyLink website to find out more and to apply online.

StudyLink Website

Fees Free

The New Zealand government offers fees-free tertiary study for eligible domestic students. Find out more about the scheme and your eligibility on the Fees Free website.

Fees Free Website

Scholarships

We have a range of awards, grants and scholarships to assist you with fees and living expenses, and support academic and research excellence.

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You can also apply for New Zealand Tertiary Scholarships from other organisations.

Universities NZ Website

Māori@Massey

Ko tā Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa he whakamana i ngā oati o te Tiriti o Waitangi e whaihua ai ngā whānau, hapū me ngā iwi katoa o te motu. Massey University aspires to become a Te Tiriti o Waitangi-led institution dedicated to advancing outcomes for whānau, hapū and iwi through our teaching and research. We are here to help you, our Māori students, succeed by creating a learning environment where you can flourish.

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Pacific@Massey

We’re here to help you, our Pacific students, realise your academic aspirations and to provide you with the support you need to succeed in your studies. Watch our video below capturing our stories of our Pacific successes from an alumni, student and staff member.

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Livestream & Programme

Re-watch our livestream event, you’ll hear from staff, students and graduates about life and study at Massey.

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What's Next?

Download our helpful checklist of the things you’ll need to consider next.

Domestic Student Checklist

International Student Checklist