Massey University

Public University

Palmerston, New Zealand

The University was originally established as the New Zealand Agricultural Act in the year 1926, in Palmerston North, in New Zealand. Later in 1927, the name of the university changed to Massey University. The college is considered to be the sixth constituent college of the University of New Zealand. Read more


Highlights of Massey University

  • Massey University is the sixth component college of the University of New Zealand.
  • The university is known to host National Center for Tertiary Teaching Excellence.
  • Massey university has 2 biggest National Research Institute in The country.
  • The university has 3 campuses located in Albany, Manawatu, and Wellington.
  • Massey University is the 10th largest user of Information and Technology in New Zealand.
  • The university has the annual income of around $344 million.
  • Famous Alumni
    Paula Bennett

    Deputy leader of the New Zealand National Party

    Richard Taylor


    John Luxton

    New Zealand Politician

    Graham Henry

    New Zealand coach

    Nicky Wagner

    New Zealand Politician

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