AT A GLANCE

Eligibility

• Sophomore, Junior, Senior
• 2.75 cumulative GPA
• Language Pre-requisite: None
• Open to UW-Madison degree-seeking students only
• Good academic and disciplinary standing

Subjects

Arts, Agriculture, Business, Education, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Human Ecology, Humanities, Journalism, Music, Social Science, Social Work, Veterinary Medicine 

Classroom Language

English

Housing

Apartments, Local Hosts, Residence Hall

Program Duration

Academic Year: Early July - Late-June
Fall: Early-July - Mid-November
Spring: Mid-February - Late-June
Calendar Year: Mid-February - Mid-November

Application Deadline(s)

TermApplication Deadline
Calendar Year 2018  9/29/2017
Spring 2017-18  9/29/2017
Fall 2018-19  3/9/2018
Year 2018-19  3/9/2018
 

Future durations will be posted at a later date.


Questions about this program?
Contact a Peer Advisor!
peeradvisor@studyabroad.wisc.edu


New Zealand, Multiple
Massey University Exchange

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Discover what it means to be a kiwi while studying abroad at Massey University! Massey is a major, comprehensive institution with five colleges and 38 academic departments, institutes and schools. This program allows you to directly enroll in university courses in a variety of fields and have the opportunity to live and study alongside other international students and students from New Zealand.

Massey has three campuses located throughout the country of New Zealand. Each campus has its own distinctive character and wide range of amenities and services. The "Innovative Campus" at Albany is located in New Zealand's largest city, suburban Auckland. The main campus is located at Palmerston North, a beautiful, 400-acre site near the vibrant city center. Wellington, the "Creative Campus" is located in the arts precinct of the city.

Exploring program options?  Take a closer look at Massey!  You could be eligible for a $400-$1000 semester scholarship if you choose this program.  Learn more!


Learning Objectives

We have overall Goals and Expectations for Study Abroad Participants, covering the personal, academic and professional aspects of study abroad. Additionally on this program, you can:
  • Navigate new educational systems, as well as new learning and teaching styles
  • Take advantage of academic strengths in:
    -Agriculture
    -Agribusiness
    -Animal Sciences
    -Art and Design Studies
    -Biology
    -Business
    -Communication and Journalism
    -Defence and Strategic Studies
    -Ecology
    -Environmental Science
    -Equine
    -Fashion Design
    -Fine Arts
    -Food Technology
    -Horticulture
    -Industrial Design
    -Natural Resource Management
    -Nutritional Science
    -Photography
    -Psychology
    -Soil Science
    -Spatial Design
    -Sport and Exercise Science
    -Textile Design
    -Visual Communication Design 
    -Zoology
  • Observe New Zealand perspectives on academic disciplines