The Massey Business School is one of New Zealand’s leading and largest business schools and is ranked in the top 300 globally.We offer world-leading, relevant, flexible, research-led tertiary education, that prepares students for the first job - and beyond. As a business, you can access our relevant and topical research and services to help your organisation grow.
We have a proud foundation of academic and administrative excellence, teaching business studies since 1972.
Today we are a leading provider of tertiary education, research and training in business and management in the top 300 of business schools worldwide. Our enduring popularity is a testament to our quality programmes, research-led teaching, flexible delivery modes and world-class faculty.
Massey Business School Māori name
Te Kura Whai Pakihi
The word kura has many meanings: originally it meant ‘ancient knowledge’, ‘treasure’, ‘precious’ or can also mean more modern terms such as ‘school’, heirloom. In this new name, we reflect the idea that we have a School (kura) where one can pursue (whai) aspects of the business (pakihi).
We are committed to excellent and accessible research, teaching and engagement that connect to practice and enable leadership, contributing to a thriving, prosperous and sustainable future for New Zealand and beyond.
- Respect for all
- Real-world relevance
- Learning without boundaries
- Research-led thinking
Award-winning and internationally-recognised
Our teachers are nationally recognised for their high achievements in teaching and student care. The Massey Business School is also internationally accredited – the AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) benchmarks us in the top five percent of global business colleges. We are ranked in the top 150 programmes in the world for our finance and accounting programmes, and in the top 250 for economics, business and management programmes (QS rankings 2017).
Massey Business School International Study Awards
For students enrolling in Business programmes on our Palmerston North or Wellington campuses. The awards are for up to $15,000 for Undergraduate Programmes and up to $10,000 for Postgraduate Programmes.
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