Massey University is one of the largest universities in New Zealand, Massey University continues to be ranked globally as one of the top three universities in New Zealand. Massey University’s proud history spans over 80 years of academic excellence. Massey University is sought-after throughout the world for its leading-edge research and innovation. Hence, Massey students experience international quality teaching by top researchers and lecturers who have strong links with their industries. Massey is also the New Zealand’s only multi-campus university with three well positioned campuses in the North Island: Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington. With its excellent support staff and over 30,000 students from over 100 different countries from all over the world, its international students find a warm and welcoming environment at Massey and a climate in which they are encouraged to excel in their studies.
Degree is awarded by the Massey University. In addition, GISM Campus will issue a Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) qualification upon successful completion of the studies at GISM (120 Credits). This credits will be accepted at Massey University for the entry to Master of Emergency Management which is one year full time studies at Massey Campus in Wellington, New Zealand.
The degree programmes are full time (8-10 months)/ part-time (18 months): Monday to Saturday – Commencing in March/May every year.
Because we know that many students prefer to keep their options open during early stages of study, our programme offers general modules in the first year and second year of your degree, before starting to specialize in year third and fourth years.
New Zealand provides 20 hours of part-time work during studies and 2-3 months of full-time work during holidays. Assumption: NZD 25 per hour earning capacity during studies.
After the degree you are able to apply for Graduate Job Search Visa which allows you to remain in New Zealand and work full time in your chosen careers. Assumption: $45,000NZD annual salary at a full-time job.
New Zealand’s unique and dynamic culture blends a fusion of European, Maori, Pacific and Asian influences. New Zealand has a high standard of living and is consistently ranked highly in internal quality of life indexes. New Zealand society is diverse, sophisticated and multicultural, and the honesty, friendliness and openness of New Zealanders, or “Kiwis”, is world-renowned.
Comparable in physical size to Great Britain, Colorado and Japan, New Zealand offers a temperate climate with relatively small seasonal variation making it an ideal country to live. New Zealand’s spectacularly beautiful landscape includes vast mountain chains, weeping coastlines, deeply indented fiords and lush rainforests.