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Fact Sheet:
Housing Type: Apartment, Residence Hall Class Status: 2. Sophmore, 3. Junior, 4. Senior
Program Type: Study Abroad Minimum GPA: 2.75
Areas of Study: Applied Mathematics, Biology, Business Administration, Communication, Education, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Marketing Communication, Music, Nursing, Physical Education, Sociology, Studio Art, Visual Communications Meal Plan: No Meal Plan
Application Cancellation/Withdrawal Fee: $50
Program Description:
"New Zealand is paradise. The country and its people believe in the same things I do -- the importance of the Earth, art, and kindness." - Ayla Graney


Massey University is one of New Zealand's largest universities with a total student population of around 36,000, including international students from over 100 countries. Massey is a comprehensive, multi-campus university and is well regarded for its innovation and research-lead education.


The campus is centrally located in New Zealand's capital city of Wellington and is a great place to live. It is a compact city, set between a magnificent harbour and rolling green hills, where shops, exciting galleries and great restaurants are within easy walking distance.

Here, history and tradition combine with cutting-edge research and funky vibes. Nearby Cuba Street and Courtenay Place, at the heart of Wellington’s artistic and entertainment quarters, offer a perfect backdrop, making this a truly exciting, lively, and inspiring place to live, learn and grow.


Students will take 4 classes worth 4 credits each, for a total of 16 semester credits. Areas of study include Business, Communication, Education, Graphic Design, and Photography, among others. Students can find a list of courses (referred to as papers in New Zealand) on Massey University's online course catalog.

Students should select the following filters for the best search results:

Select Wellington (Indicator of the Wellington campus) 
Semester: Spring Semester, Two= Fall Semester
Level: Select 100, 200 and 300 for the equivalent of Sophomore-Senior level courses
Mode: Internal (Indicating on-campus courses)
Year: Select appropriate year associated with the semester

For course information, students should click on Paper Description. This is listed under Offerings, and then associated with the correct mode.

The Fall 2017 Academic Calendar is as follows:
  • Depart U.S.: Early July, 2017
  • Arrival Date: Early July, 2017 
  • Orientation (ISA & Massey University): TBA
  • Classes Start: TBA
  • Classes End: TBA
  • Final Exams: TBA
  • Departure Date: Late December, 2017

The Spring 2018 Academic Calendar is as follows:
  • Depart U.S.: February 13, 2018
  • Arrival Date: February 15, 2018
  • Orientation: February 15-23, 2018
  • Classes Start: February 26, 2018
  • Classes End: June 1, 2018
  • Final Exams: June 5-23, 2018 (Including Exam Study Period)
  • Departure Date: June 24, 2018
*Students are advised to confirm arrival and departure dates in their ISA student portal prior to purchasing their flight.


Study Abroad students are guaranteed pre-arranged accommodation. There are a variety of housing options available which you will apply for after acceptance. Options include pre-arranged accommodations and housing arranged upon arrival by student.

Massey Wellington’s on-campus student accommodation is impressive. Each apartment is furnished with a bed, desk, wardrobe, cooking utensils, stove, fridge and a microwave. The bedrooms are single occupancy and installed with an individual telephone connections for personal use or modem connection. Please note that internet services in the residences are at an additional cost to the student, which they pay upon arrival. The apartments are self-catered, however, students are able to purchase evening meals from the Tussock Café on campus.

Note: Students will be charged a $500 refundable housing security deposit by ISA which they are responsible for paying directly. 

Student Life

24-hour in-country support, an in-country multi-day orientation program, comprehensive pre-departure services, excursions, and discovery activities help to make the most out of each student's experience.

In addition, students can travel to Australia and Fiji, as well as many other places both near and far.

Scholarships are also available for this program.  For more information, click here.

Student Visas
All students studying abroad in New Zealand must obtain a student visa prior to traveling, and Endicott students are offered guidance through ISA. Students should contact their program's Site Specialist for details on how to begin the visa process. Please note that ISA does not obtain visas on the student's behalf, rather they will offer assistance and follow-up throughout the process. 

Students may apply for their visa for free if using the eVisa online system. If, however, a student chooses to, or is required to submit their passport for processing, he or she will accrue a cost of approximately $70 processing and return.


Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.