Massey University


Massey University is New Zealand's leading University for online and cross-border education. The University offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate level studies for national and international level students. In New Zealand, Massey University is the only institute that offers degrees in aviation, nanoscience, and veterinary medicine. Massey's veterinary school is well recognized in the United States, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

It is a comprehensive institute originally specialized in agriculture, animal sciences, and horticulture. It is spread in New Zealand across three campuses in Manawatu, Albany, and Wellington, offering degrees in business, sciences, education, humanities, creative arts, and social sciences. Moreover, Massey University is the only institution in New Zealand that offer degrees in aviation, nanoscience, dispute resolution, and veterinary medicine. American Veterinary Medical Association recognizes Massey's veterinary school in the United States. Research is commenced on all three campuses.


Massey University is considered a home to around 30,000 students. These students include about 4,000 students from more than 100 countries worldwide.

MUSAF (Massey University Students' Association Federation) represents the student bodies in the University. This federation administers many student associations like ASA (Albany Students' Association), MUSA (Massey Students Association), and EXMSS (Massey Extramural Students' Society). These student associations organize student events and activities, publicize student issues, assist affiliated student societies and clubs, and administer student facilities.

ASA (Albany Students' Association) was incorporated in 1998. It is the only student union in Auckland with the New Zealand Union of Students Associations membership. This association runs annual events like Orientation festival, Women Fest, Boys will be Boys event, and Political Awareness Day. ASA previously published the Satellite Magazine.

On the Turitea campus, the Palmerston North arm of the student union operates a Radio station. It was founded in 1981 as Masskeradio and known as Radio Massey. NZ funds this radio control. Radio Massey also provided an early platform to many New Zealand artists like Avalanche City, Benny Tipene, and many more.


Massey University offers various halls and apartments for accommodation on all three campuses. But you are always allowed to look for off-campus residence, in which case you need to ensure that you can follow the responsibilities of a tenant.

The Ohanga Village is the main living place for students on the Albany campus. It is the hub of student living. Spaces here are modern and comfortable. This place has a vibrant social life. Many activities and events run throughout the year, including inter-hall competitions, sports leagues, quizzes, movie nights, and themed nights.


  • By QS World Ranking, Massey University ranks 292.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, Massey University ranks 601-800.
  • U.S. News and World Report ranked Massey University at 556.


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Massey University East Precinct Albany Expressway, SH17, Albany, Auckland 0632, New Zealand

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