GlobaLinks Learning Abroad, formerly known as AustraLearn, offers study abroad and degree programs at Massey University. Highly-regarded for its innovation, research-lead education and ability to provide a broad range of programs that meet the needs of today’s domestic and international students, Massey is a progressive and dynamic university, characterized by the applied nature of its degree programs, and its close links with industry and professional sectors.
Massey University is one of New Zealand’s largest universities with more than 34,000 students, including 3,500 International students from over 100 countries. The University is progressive and dynamic, and is New Zealand’s only fully multi-campus institution, recognized around the world for its research driven excellence. Through its five academic colleges of Business, Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, Creative Arts and Sciences, Massey offers more than 40 undergraduate degrees and more than 100 postgraduate courses.
University research and programmes link closely with industry and society. Massey graduates are innovative, connected and creative thinkers. As the engine of the new New Zealand, Massey has a commitment to taking what is special about our country to the world.
The Massey Manawatu Campus, based in the friendly Student City of Palmerton North, boasts the lowest living cost of any university and is one of the best places in New Zealand to really live the student lifestyle. Massey Manawatu champions industrial innovation within Food Science and Technology, Biotechnology, Advanced Material Sciences and Product Development. Other key areas include Agriculture, Aviation, Horticulture, Management, Nanoscience, Education, Environmental Studies, Defence and Security, Sport Business Management and Veterinary Science.
Massey Wellington, known as the Creative Campus, is centrally located in the heart of the Wellington’s bustling arts and cultural district. Massey Wellington is the base for a number of unique research centres and is home to New Zealand’s most distinguished School of Design, dating back to 1886. In addition, the campus co-hosts the New Zealand School of Music and offers internationally recognized programs in areas such as Accountancy, Communication Management, Entrepreneurship, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, International Business, Health Science, Industrial Design, and Mechatronics.