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Massey University offers a summer study abroad programme for a wide range of majors. These immersive programmes take place over the Northern Hemisphere summer and are equivalent to 6 - 8 U.S. semester credits, 15 ECTS, and 30 CATS. Each track begins with a two-week study tour across New Zealand, starting in June, and finishes with a four-week internship.
High performing male and female athletes can enhance their skills, continue their training and conditioning, receive intensive coaching, and play with professional players while studying at Massey University for one or two semesters. You will return home stronger, faster, and in better shape than when you left. Your international experience will strengthen you as an athlete and student, as well as making you more marketable in the future.
Students with a strong background in communication, journalism, or marketing can apply for a full-semester internship worth 15 credits. The Communication Internship involves a placement in a media company, for-profit business, community arts agency, sports organisation, governmental department, or global non-profit. Internships are available on all three Massey campuses during semester 1 and 2. The internship will serve as one of the four courses you take at Massey during the semester.
Placements focusing on Massey’s study abroad and student exchange programmes are available through the Office of Global Engagement during semester 1 and 2. Interns will work alongside the Study Abroad and Student Exchange team across a range of internationally-focused projects.
This semester-long internship is only available on the Manawatū campus. 15 credits will be awarded through the Communication Internship, which will serve as one of the courses you take during the semester. Please email us if you are interested in a placement.
You can check out what our interns had to say about working with us if you want to find out what it was like from their point of view.
A number of our courses help you explore New Zealand and its fascinating landscape and environment through fieldwork and practical experiences.
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Last updated on Monday 03 February 2020