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- Entry requirements
- NZ citizens and NZ residence class visa holders
- Australian students
- International students
- Intending students under 16 years old
- Accelerate school + Massey study
- Students returning from overseas exchange
- Home schooled students
- Required supporting documents
Admission to pre-degree programmes
Admission to pre-degree programmes is programme-specific so students should check the particular programme for admission requirements.
Students under 20 years of age
Successfully completing the one-semester Certificate of University Preparation or the two-semester Certificate in Foundation Studies will qualify you for admission to unrestricted undergraduate degrees at Massey University. If your chosen degree has specific subject requirements, such as Physics or Biology, you must include these subjects in your Certificate. New Zealand permanent residents and citizens who have been educated outside New Zealand should provide verified copies of their academic transcripts for assessment. If you do not meet the admission criteria below, but you have had a break in study since leaving secondary school, the length and nature of your employment will be taken into consideration.
Other pre-degree programmes do not always require students to have undertaken Year 13 study. Please check the Programmes and courses web pages or entry requirements.
Available to New Zealand citizens or permanent residents who do not have the entrance qualifications above who will be at least 20 years of age by the final date for acceptance of late enrolment applications for the enrolment period in which study commences.
English language requirements
All students studying at Massey University are expected to be able to write grammatically correct English, read English actively and with understanding, listen to and discern key points in spoken English and speak English freely and clearly. Procedures also exist for those students who wish to submit written work or examinations in Māori.
All international students whose first language is not English will be required to provide satisfactory evidence of their English language proficiency in the form of an academic IELTS or TOEFL score. More information is available on the International students web pages.
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Last updated on Thursday 15 December 2016