Massey Wellington, home to the University’s Creative Campus, has a student population of approximately 4,000 students. Massey Wellington is referred to as the Creative Campus because students typically come here to study design, communications, journalism, engineering, fine arts, and music -- a perfect complement to the city’s art and cultural scene.
History and tradition combine with cutting-edge research and funky vibes at Massey Wellington. Centrally located near the city's artistic and entertainment quarters of Cuba Street and Courtenay Place, students are able to take advantage of this exciting place to live and learn.
Massey University is characterized by the practical and applied nature of many of its teaching programs and by its expertise in a wide range of fields. The Massey Wellington campus has established itself as a center of excellence for study and research with a focus on four broad areas: Communication and Business (including journalism, media studies, and entrepreneurship); Engineering and Technology (including multi-media systems, software and electronics); Health and Well-being (including nursing, exercise science, environmental health, and public health); and Creative Arts (including design, fine arts and music).
Wellington is New Zealand’s capital city and a great place to live. It is compact, set between a magnificent harbour and green hills, where shops, exciting galleries and great restaurants are within walking distance. It is home to a thriving cultural scene, but Wellington also caters for nature lovers too -- with beautiful beaches, mountain biking, walking tracks and a wildlife sanctuary.
Studying abroad at Massey University - Wellington in New Zealand is available as a semester abroad program in the Fall or Spring semesters or for a full academic year abroad.