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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.
Due to the range of housing options, the housing fees are billed separately.
Spring Housing Fees: $4,400-$4,950
*Due to the range of housing options, housing costs have been separated out from the program costs. API reserves the right to charge fees based on placements, inclusions, currency fluctuations, or other factors. These fees include internet, electricity, linens, and kitchen utensils (in most placements). Housing is billed separately and once housing placement has been confirmed. Please contact the API office for more information.
**Tuition and fees are included in the program fee but please note some universities charge extra tuition/fees for specialty areas in some science and engineering disciplines, for example, to cover laboratory, studio, or fieldwork. These fees will be billed separately but students will know in advance which papers are subject to additional fees.
Housing fees per session: $4,400-$4,950
API students participate excursions designed to help familiarize them with the culture and surrounding areas of their host city and country. The following is a listing of potential excursions for API Wellington programs. API may need to modify the excursions offered in a given term due to travel restrictions or health and safety concerns.
Matiu/Somes Island is a tranquil retreat for wildlife and visitors alike. Maori have occupied this island for generations. In more recent times, Matiu/Somes Island has served as a human and animal quarantine station, an internment camp, and a military defense position. Students will take a ferry boat from Wellington Harbour and have a unique opportunity to volunteer on many important projects, such as assisting with the reintroduction of native plants on the islands.
Get a look into how chocolate is made, and give some of the more unique New Zealand flavors a try!
On this full day excursion you will take a ferry across to the South Island of NZ. From Picton you will go kayaking in the beautiful Queen Charlotte Sounds region before you return to Wellington by ferry.
Go beyond the city, experiencing Wellington’s coast line from above as you’re taken on an off-road sightseeing tour along Wellington’s mountainous west coast. After travelling through Terawhiti Station (New Zealand’s largest wind farm), you’ll get to experience spectacular views of the South Island and Wellington’s leaning lighthouse before heading down to the ocean to visit a native New Zealand Fur Seal Colony.
Visit the Gallipoli exhibit and learn more about New Zealand’s involvement in World War I. Optional visit to see the Terracotta Warriors. For over 2,000 years the Warriors secretly guarded the tomb of China’s first Emperor.
API New Zealand students will begin their program with a 2.5-day arrival orientation in their host city of Wellington. This orientation will provide the opportunity to get to know fellow participants, API, and university procedures, and rules, to explore your new host city and to allow for a smoother transition into New Zealand life. Students will spend two nights together in a hotel before moving into their semester housing on day three.
TOTAL CREDITS - 12-16 credits per semester
Students receive an official transcript from Massey University upon completion of their program.
Karen Dryden will be your Resident Coordinator and a resource for you while you are in New Zealand!
Rebecca Cott will be your Program Manager and prepare you to go abroad!
API students at Massey University will receive 12-16 U.S. semester credits by enrolling in 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.
Introductory courses are called 100-level courses; subsequent years or semesters are considered 200- and 300-level courses. 400-level courses are considered at the graduate level. Most courses are single-semester and are worth 15 points (credits). Students will enroll in 4 courses per semester for a total of 60 points. One 15 point course is generally equivalent to 3-4 U.S. semester credits. Given that point values vary, the way in which credits completed abroad will transfer to a student’s home campus will be at the discretion of the student’s home institution and should be verified in advance.
Language of Instruction: English
Language of Instruction: English
Massey University Class Catalog
All API Wellington students will be housed close to each other in student dorms on/near campus. Students will have their own private bedrooms, and share common areas such as a kitchen, dining/lounge room, and bathroom facilities with their flatmates. Internet and utilities are included.
Due to the range of housing options, housing costs have been separated out from the program costs. The housing range for students on the Massey program is $4,400-$4,950 per semester (summer housing is included in the program cost). These fees include internet, electricity, linens, and kitchen utensils (in most placements). Housing is billed separately and once housing placement has been confirmed. Please contact the API office for more information.