Apply online to study at Massey University. You'll receive a student ID number. We'll let you know by email when your application is complete.
Some programmes have different application due dates, so make sure you check what date your programme closes.
Selected entry programmes may ask for a portfolio or interview as part of the application process.
Enrol in your courses. Course enrolment opens from 1 October. We'll send you an email about how and when to enrol in your courses once you've been accepted to study at the University.
Open entry means all you need to do is get University Entrance and apply online.
The Bachelor of Creative Media Production is open entry, so it doesn't have any extra entry requirements.
Music Technology and Music Industry
These majors are open entry, but we recommend you take part in a consultation to make sure it's the right programme for you.
For Music Practice you need to attend an audition as part of the application process.
Selected entry means there are extra steps you need to take to meet the entry requirements.
There are three main ways to apply for our selected entry degrees.
If you are still at secondary school, or left secondary school with NCEA, and have achieved NCEA level 2 or level 3 with Excellence overall and an excellence endorsement in an approved art, design or technology subject, you have automatic entry, and will not need to submit a portfolio.
This also applies to students achieving Cambridge International AS grade A or B in an approved art, design or technology subject.
When you apply online and are asked to upload a portfolio, you should either upload a copy of your NCEA results, or upload a note that says "I quality for automatic entry"—we'll verify it with NZQA.
You can show 'work in progress' to a Massey College of Creative Arts staff member during their visit to your school, at a Massey Open Day, or at other events throughout the year.
They'll look at examples of your work with you, and if it shows the creative potential we're looking for, they'll sign a portfolio pre-approval letter. You can then upload that letter with your online application and you won't have to submit a final portfolio.
When you apply online you'll be asked to upload a portfolio of creative work showing your creative potential.
We also welcome applications from people who don't have a standard secondary school art or design background, people who haven't had the opportunity to take NCEA subjects in art and design, and people who, for good reason, haven't had the opportunity to complete a portfolio by the due date.
Contact us at email@example.com to discuss alternate ways of demonstrating your desire and potential in these subject areas.
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