Events

Massey University hosts many events throughout the year, from conferences, exhibitions, public lectures, meetings, performances, seminars, to workshops. A few of the upcoming events are shown below.

For more information on current and forthcoming events go to our calendar of events.

Upcoming events

New-to-Teaching GroupNew-to-Teaching Group
Mon 14 May 2018 - Manawatu
A group for Early Career Academics
Exposure graduate exhibitionExposure graduate exhibition
Sat 3 Nov 2018 - Wellington
Exposure is the premier showcase for graduating creative arts students from Massey University College of Creative Arts in Wellington.
Create1WorldCreate1World
from Thu 15 Nov 2018 - multiple locations
Create1World 2018 youth conference welcomes all creative 13-18 year olds interested in using the arts for social change.
A Passage of Yellow Red Birds | Book LaunchA Passage of Yellow Red Birds | Book Launch
Today 5:15 PM - Wellington
Robin Peace and Mākaro Press warmly invite you to the launch of A Passage of Yellow Red Birds
A night in ArgentinaA night in Argentina
Today 6:00 PM - Wellington
Massey University School of Humanities and the Embassy of Argentina warmly invite you to spend "A night in Argentina”. “A night in Argentina”
CARE: Activist-In-Residence: Dr. Murdoch StephensCARE: Activist-In-Residence: Dr. Murdoch Stephens
Tue 20 Nov 2018 - Wellington
CARE is delighted to share our third and upcoming collaboration with Activist-In-Residence: Dr. Murdoch Stephens
Open Symposium - MFAT 75th Anniversary Open Symposium - MFAT 75th Anniversary
Thu 22 Nov 2018 - Manawatu
Topic: The contribution of economic and trade diplomacy to national prosperity, economic security, and regional resilience.
Prime Ministers Kiwi Kids Christmas Card ExhibitionPrime Ministers Kiwi Kids Christmas Card Exhibition
Thu 22 Nov 2018 - Wellington
Come and see the designs from Kiwi Kids for their Prime Minister’s Christmas card.
W H Oliver Lecture 2018W H Oliver Lecture 2018
Thu 22 Nov 2018 - Manawatu
"Neville Phillips and the Mother Country: The East End of London, Palmerston North and the making of an Anglophile historian." By Dr Jock Phillips
Research Translation CompetitionResearch Translation Competition
Tue 27 Nov 2018 - Albany
For the first time, Massey Business School’s annual Research Translation Competition has been opened to all New Zealand Business Schools.

Orientation programmes

Orientation programmes are held twice a year for our new students with specific programmes designed to suit your needs.  Find out more about orientation.

 

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