API at Massey University in Wellington

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API at Massey University in Wellington

Come study with API at one of New Zealand's top universities - Massey University!

Direct Enrollment Semester/Year Program: Students at Massey University will be able to take a wide variety of courses with Kiwis and other international students in one of New Zealand’s most comfortable and cosmopolitan cities. Located in the capital, Massey, Wellington is known as the “Creative Campus” with comprehensive offerings in the creative arts.  The College of Business is both AACSB and AMBA accredited.

Summer National Expedition and Internship Program: The National Expedition and Internship will take students across the North and South Islands of New Zealand followed by placement in an internship with an opportunity to work on real-world problems relevant to your degree. The key components of this program are a two-week study tour starting in June and a four-week internship in four different academic tracks to include Agriculture and Environment, Communication and Marketing, Creative Expression and Digital Media or Disaster Risk and Emergency Management.  You’ll travel through some of the planet’s most spectacular scenery, immerse yourself in Kiwi culture, and see parts of New Zealand open only to locals, all while earning half a semester’s worth of credit toward your degree.

HIGHLIGHTS:
Massey University’s Creative Campus is located in the heart of Wellington’s arts and culture district. The campus has about 3,500 students and is friendly and hip. A great student accommodation complex is close to campus and the city center. This campus offers internationally recognized programs in business enterprise, communication, fashion, design, textiles, sport and exercise science, fine arts, and journalism.

Massey Wellington is home to New Zealand’s most distinguished School of Design and world-class research centers. The campus has new facilities, such as a media and drama lab, and New Zealand’s oldest and most respected School of Communication, Journalism, and Marketing.

Subjects

  • Art/Fine Arts
  • Arts
  • Design
  • Business
  • Communications
  • Journalism / Broadcasting
  • Media And Cultural Studies
  • Media And Communications
  • English
  • Fashion Design
  • Health Sciences
  • Humanities
  • Industrial Design
  • Linguistics
  • Management
  • Music
  • Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations
  • Photography
  • Psychology
  • Public Health
  • Sports Science
  • Kinesiology/Exercise Science
  • Visual Arts
  • Environmental Studies

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There are a number of international internship placements available to API participants.

For a summary of potential options, see the list below:
Accounting and Finance
Advertising, Communications and Journalism
Architecture, Landscape, and Planning
Arts and Design
Business, Entrepreneurship, and Management
Education
Environmental
Hospitality, Recreation, and Tourism
Law
NGO
Psychology and Social Science
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Sports
Veterinary Science and Zoology
And More!

Didn’t see your area of interest listed? Don’t fret! Just contact us and let us know what you are looking for and we can let you know what the options might be.

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