- Country: New Zealand
- Location: Auckland, Palmerston North, and Wellington (Located on the North Island)
- Language: English
- Level(s): Undergraduate and Graduate
- Subjects: Most majors
- Length: Academic year or semester
- Cost: MSU students selected for exchange placement pay MSU tuition plus room and board in the host country. All other students, both MSU and non-MSU, have the option to go through CCIS. For MSU students paying out-of-state tuition, the CCIS program fee is currently less than MSU out- of-state tuition.
- Deadline: March 1 to attend in July; Oct. 1 to attend in Feb
If you have any questions or need additional information about studying in New Zealand, contact:
Study Abroad Advisor
Office of International Programs
400 Culbertson Hall
Massey University offers courses from a wide variety of subjects including:
- Education, Health, and Human Development
- Social Sciences
Academic Calendar: https://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/about-massey/calendar/
Massey International: https://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/international/
Explore New Zealand's beautiful North Island at one of Massey University's three campuses:
Auckland: New Zealand's largest cosmopolitan city is an urban environment within close proximity of beautiful beaches, hiking trails and several stunning islands. It offers sub-tropical climate is an excellent location to study for city and ocean lovers. Based on the North Shore of Auckland, the Massey University Albany campus has 6,500 students and offers modern, Spanish architectural style buildings in a unique atmosphere highly conducive to studying.
Palmerston North: the founding home of Massey University, is set amongst beautiful park-like grounds and offers students a university lifestyle like no other. This 10,000 student campus is a center for excellent education, with several research institutions.
This vibrant, young person's city, with the highest student population per capita in New Zealand, offers affordable housing, great bars and restaurants, live theatre, sporting centers, and indoor pools. For the adventurous, there are challenging mountain bike tracks, bungi-jumping, river kayaking and equestrian facilities. Students at the Palmerston North campus love the Massey Alpine club which organises rock and ice-climbing trips, cheap ski-lodging at Mt Ruapehu, and more. The campus is conveniently located near west coast beaches, skiing and snowboarding at Mt. Ruapehu, and is a 90 minute drive from Wellington.
Wellington: is known as the creative campus and is fitting for the culture and lifestyle of the residents of the Capital city. Wellington is the geographical, political and cultural center of New Zealand. It is located between a beautiful harbor and rolling green hills and offers an unforgettable city experience in a natural setting.
The Wellington campus is located in the heart of the city with a population of approximately 5,500 students. A diverse, lively and fun place to live and study, the campus is conveniently located within walking distance of trendy cafes and ethnic restaurants, bars, theatres, museums, the Basin Reserve cricket ground, and the Westpac Stadium, where you can watch the All Blacks play!
Students pay MSU tuition and fees.
Check with Financial Aid to see if your scholarship will apply.
Federal financial aid applies to this program. Check with the financial aid department for more information regarding individual financial aid questions.
Students pay for housing in New Zealand. Massey University provides on and off campus housing and homestays for students.
Start your online profile and fill out the advising questionnaire at http://www.montana.edu/international/studyabroad/sa_apply.htm
When you have completed your online profile, please contact the study abroad office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 406-994-7151 to set up a one on one advising appointment.