MASSEY UNIVERSITY WELLINGTON
THE CREATIVE CAMPUS
Massey University Wellington
3207 students, 31 undergraduate majors, 60 programmes in total,789 staff
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Wellington campus - the Creative Campus
Welcome to our creative campus in the heart of Wellington. This campus has established itself as a centre of excellence for study and research.
Our creative campus is home to a diverse range of internationally-recognised programmes including: art, business, communication, design, exercise and health science, journalism,music and creative media production, nursing and sport.
We have a state-of-the-art design facility offering digital sound, animation and filming suites, and new media and drama labs.
Massey University Wellington hosts a number of world-class research centres including:
- Centre for Public Health Research
- Sleep/Wake Research Centre
- Māori Health Research Centre
- New Zealand Centre for Small and Medium Enterprise Research
- Centre for Disaster Research (with GNS Science)
- National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence
Massey University Wellington hosts many events throughout the year, including conferences, exhibitions, public lectures, meetings, performances, seminars, and workshops.
We are offering places in two halls in 2019 for our first and second-year students — both within easy walking distance to the campus. Both halls have live-in residential staff to ensure that students join a fun and safe community.
Pukeahu ki Tua is unique to Massey’s creative Wellington campus; it's a series of collaborative, cross-campus projects involving people from throughout the campus community. Staff and students can contribute to the Pukeahu ki Tua.
Here you can find information about student and visitor parking, transport and maps of campus.
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Last updated on Thursday 26 July 2018