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Nursing School’s future looks grim

December 21, 2017 0

By Nikki Papatsoumas Massey University’s renowned School of Nursing is in turmoil, with almost all its staff set to leave and students now threatening to move to other courses. The school on Massey’s Wellington campus has taken a severe hit [Read More]

First year of fees free for first time students

December 5, 2017 0

From January 2018 all first time students will receive their first year of post school education or industry training fees free. Education Minister Chris Hipkins says next year, around 80,000 people will be eligible for fees free post-school training and education. “It [Read More]

Manawatū campus celebrates Rainbow Tick

November 14, 2017 0

Massey’s Manawatū campus is the final of all three Massey campuses to receive the Rainbow Tick at a special ceremony. Earlier this year it was announced that Massey University had received Rainbow Tick accreditation, having demonstrated it understands, values, and welcomes [Read More]

No more library fines on most items

November 14, 2017 0

The Massey Libraries at Wellington, Manawatu and Albany campuses are no longer charging overdue fines, except on items with a waiting list or on short loan. This puts print books on a more equal footing with e-books which do not have fines. [Read More]

MAWSA introduces brand new executive for 2018

November 14, 2017 0

The Massey at Wellington Students’ Association has a brand new bunch of eager executives, who start in their new roles from December. Heading the team is 2018 President Emma Pearce, who says she can’t wait to hit the ground running. [Read More]

End-of-year exhibition ‘Exposure’ now open

November 9, 2017 0

Massey’s eye-catching end-of-year exhibition for final year students at the College of Creative Arts – Exposure – has opened. Exposure features colourful, practical and creative exhibits from students studying programmes at the School of Art and the School of Design. The [Read More]

Youth voter turnout on the rise

November 7, 2017 0

There was a six per cent increase in voter turnout among young people at this year’s General Elections. Figures recently released by the Electoral Commission show 49,370 more  young voters under the age of 30 turned out for the 2017 General [Read More]

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