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MÀORI @ MASSEY – 2nd August

A kaupapa Māori Programme for Year 12 and 13 School Students. Come spend the day with us to: Get informed about what it takes to get to Uni; Expand your leadership skills; Understand how Massey can support you; Learn about scholarships; Develop more of an understanding about what pathway may suit you best.  Register here:  Te Manu Taikò Registration Read More


Massey University Scholarship applications for 2020 are now open. Massey have started using an online application system, with the primary scholarships for secondary school students at the very front of the scholarships page. Online applications can be accessed by clicking on the links for each scholarship and scrolling to the bottom for application information. There are four main undergraduate scholarships open to secondary school students: Massey University Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Scholarship – 9 available, valued at $21,000 each Massey University Vice Chancellor’s High Achiever with Distinction Scholarship – 30 available, valued at $7,500 each Massey University Academy of Sport Scholarship – 25 available, valued at $5,000 each Massey Business School Future Leaders Scholarship – 40 available, valued at $5,000 each All of these scholarships are open for applications now, and will close on 20th August. Follow this link to access the scholarship information:  Massey Scholarships Applications Read More


The University of Canterbury are holding an information evening at Te Papa on Tuesday 7th May from 6pm to 8pm. There will be sessions specific to the programmes offered at UC, accommodation options and scholarships. All students and whanau are welcome to attend. Click here to see the programme for the evening 2019-UC-Info-Evening-Wellington—Programme You can register to attend by using this link UC Registration Read More

MASSEY UNIVERSITY – Aganu’u: My Cultural Space

This programme has been specifically designed for Year 12 and Year 13 students of Pacific Descent to encourage and normalise Pacific success, self-determination and cultural knowledge in their learning spaces.  The cultural workshops are led by Pacific staff at Massey University and encourages each student to participate in discussions centred around cultural values and beliefs on historical teachings and learnings and how they are relevant in nurturing positive change among their peers, with their family and wider community. These learnings not only locates the Pacific young person in their cultural context but brings awareness to concepts that encourage resiliency, collective responsibility, service as a means to leadership and an cultural identity that can be translated and viewed as success. Given that there are limited spaces, we encourage you to register quickly. Registrations will close on Friday 24th May, 2019. (STUDENTS MUST BE AVAILABLE TO ATTEND BOTH DAYS) See the attached flyer for more info Aganu’u 2019 – Wellington Register here Aganuu Registration Read More


Registrations for the College of Creative Arts Student Experience Day are now open. Date:                          Friday 10 May 2019 Time:                          9.30 – 3.30 pm Meeting place:          The Pyramid, entrance A, 63 Wallace Street, Mt Cook, WELLINGTON MASSEY CAMPUS Places are limited to 120 students and registrations are essential.  Each of the workshops are capped which will fluctuate as students are registered. For more information and to register use this link: COCA Registration NOTE: this Eventbrite registration link needs to be completed in “Chrome” to work. Read More


Welcome to the 2019 school year, keep checking back here for updated information on Transition, Careers, Open Days etc. Read More