Massey University, Albany Campus was established in 1927 as a small agricultural college in Palmerston North. Under its first principal, Sir Geoffrey Peren, it widened its range and enhanced its reputation. In 1964, Massey became a full university. In the last 40 years, it has continued growing, to become New Zealand's largest residential university, spread over three cities. From 85 students in the first year, Massey now has over 35,000 internal and extramural students.
At Massey Albany, they are not only helping students shape their future, but also the future of New Zealand and the world. Their Albany campus gives students access to their long history of expertise in research and teaching, while enjoying state-of-the-art academic and recreational facilities.
Located on Auckland's North Shore, students can choose from 70 majors including a number of specialised programmes in Mathematics and Information Sciences, Fundamental and Natural Sciences, Food Technology, Nutrition, Health Sciences, Engineering, Jazz, Humanities and Social Sciences, Business and Education. Their e-centre, a high-technology business incubator, leads the way in shaping the businesses of the future.
Albany campus is located in Auckland's North Shore. The campus gives students access to their long history of expertise in research and teaching, while enjoying state-of-the-art academic and recreational facilities.
Why Choose Massey University?
- The University has groundbreaking research.
- They contribute to land-based industries.
- They have a distinctive mix of campus-based, distance and international teaching.
- They commit for innovation.
- They have close links with the community.
- The University has an 80-year tradition of academic excellence.
- Computer Labs
- Wireless Networks
- Disability services
- Transport and Parking
- College of Business
- College of Creative Arts
- College of Education
- College of Humanities and Social Sciences
- College of Sciences
The Massey University High Achiever Scholarships were established to support new students enrolling at Massey University with a previous record of high achievement in the areas of: Academic, Arts and Sport. The master and doctoral Scholarships are offered for the purpose of encouraging postgraduate research at Massey University and are awarded on academic ranking.
Student Life –
Each year, about 30,000 students from over 80 countries choose Massey University to help them realize their ambitions and achieve their true potential. Their students move on to successful futures and careers in New Zealand and internationally. Massey provides an extensive range of student-centered facilities and services on all campuses and ensures an active, enriching campus life beyond the academic experience.
Student Services –
The University understands the challenges of student life and provides services to help the students achieve their academic and personal goals. The students make the most use of time at Massey University and take advantage of all the services and resources available to them. These services are funded in part by the student services levy.
Career Services –
The Massey University career and employment service strives to enhance the employability of the university's students and recent graduates by enabling them to make informed and independent career decisions; to develop skills that can be transferred into their chosen career and to facilitate their transitions from study to work.
They recognize the diversity of Massey students and graduates and are committed to addressing their individual needs regardless of race, religion, gender, disability, marital status, social class, or age preference.