Master of Management
- This course can be finished in one and a half year time under full time programme.
Massey University’s Master of Management will give you an international perspective on management and business, building on your communication skills to learn how to work with management at a senior level.
- Massey’s Master of Management is an internationally-recognised qualification. You will learn from our business experts - Massey University is the largest and one of the most highly respected management schools in New Zealand.
- This masters requires you to have an undergraduate degree, but this does not have to be in a business subject.
Learn from leading business experts
- The Massey Business School is one of the country’s leading and largest business schools - it is ranked among the top two per cent of business schools globally and is AACSB accredited.
- Massey University’s business and management studies rank in the top 200 in the world (by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds). We are also ranked in the top 150 universities worldwide for business administration programmes by the ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.
- You will learn from well-respected academics and business experts, gaining an international perspective on the major that you choose.
Specialisations to suit you
- At Massey you can choose from a broad range of specialisations to suit your interest, including HR, communication, enterprise development and more.
Take less of your time
- You can now complete this qualification in 1.5 years of full-time study. If you study part-time the qualification takes between 2.5 and five years.
Develop appropriate management work styles
- Management involves both being able to work independently and making management decisions, but also being able to work with and direct teams of people. Those people could be within your organisation, or external clients and stakeholders. The Master of Management study programme works with you to help develop these skills as well as specialist business capability in your endorsement of choice.
- The Master of Management is a rigorous programme, where students are expected to achieve at a high level. This is reflected in the quality of our graduates, and contributes to the reputation of the qualification. If you wish to progress to a PhD upon completion, you should enrol in a Master of Business.
Why postgraduate study?
- Postgraduate study is hard work but hugely rewarding and empowering. The workload of the Master of Management replicates the high-pressure environment of senior workplace roles. Our experts are there to guide but if you have come from undergraduate study, you will find that postgraduate study demands more in-depth and independent study.
If you would like to progress into a management role, or are interested in progressing into a higher level of management, the Master of Management can facilitate this progression.
This course is suitable for you, if:
- Have an undergraduate degree (not necessarily in business), and would like to study business areas in more depth
- Would like to learn the skills that will help progress your career into management or a higher level of management
- Are interested in a professional practice qualification that is primarily a taught programme
Structure of the programme
Candidates for the Master of Management shall follow a parts-based course of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 180 credits comprising:
- Part One and Part Two as defined by the Schedule to the Degree;
- Completion of a subject.
Notwithstanding the Regulation above, the course of study for candidates admitted under Regulation 1(c) will consist of courses totalling at least 120 credits from a single subject in the Schedule to the Degree, including Part Two as specified. For such candidates the degree will be awarded without a subject. The duration of the 120 credit MMgt programme is one year full-time study, up to a maximum of 4 years part-time study.
- Massey Business School
Applicants for the MMgt will have:
- (a) Met the University admission requirements as specified; and will have
- (b) Been awarded or qualified for a relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification, having achieved a grade average of at least B- in the highest level courses
- (c) Been awarded or qualified for a Postgraduate Diploma in Business and Administration with a B- grade average, or equivalent
Students must gain admission as being eligible to proceed into this programme.
To support your application, you will need to provide the following document/s:
- Verified copies of all academic transcripts for studies taken at all universities other than Massey University.
Application to this university can be very strict therefore, it is advised to contact the school directly for assistance or visit the school offiicla website. Below is the complete general guideline for admission of any postgraduate programmes.
1. Admission to a Postgraduate certificate, Postgraduate diploma, 120-credit Bachelor (Honours) or a Master's degree requires that the student will:
(a) have made formal application for admission to postgraduate study for the specified programme; and
(b) (i) have qualified for the award of a relevant Bachelor's degree with a grade average that demonstrates an adequate level of preparation for the postgraduate programme; or
(ii) have an approved academic qualification of similar standing to the relevant Bachelor's degree; or
(iii) have been granted admission with equivalent status as entitled to proceed to the specified Postgraduate degree, diploma or certificate; and
where appropriate to a specific qualification:
(c) (i) provide evidence of practical/professional experience of an acceptable standard in an area(s) relevant to the qualification; or
(ii) on the request of the Academic Board, carry out such work and satisfy such assessments as the Board may determine to be necessary for admission.
2. (a) A postgraduate qualification will consist of a number of credits accumulated from taught courses and/or research courses, at 700-level or above, as specified in the Qualification Regulations.
(b) For the award of the degree, diploma or certificate a pass is required in each course in the qualification. A student may re-enrol and be re-examined only once in a failed course.
Research reports and theses
3. (a) A research report will consist of a minimum of 30 credits; a thesis will consist of a minimum of 90 credits.
(b) The research component of postgraduate programmes will be 0, 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120 credits with the proviso that the Bachelor (Honours) degree will have a minimum research component of 30 credits and those Master's degrees that require a research component will have a minimum of 45 credits of research.
(c) Postgraduate diplomas and certificates may have a research component of zero credits and consist entirely of taught courses.
(d) For thesis courses that are offered for enrolment as Part One and Part Two, candidates are required to precede their enrolment in Part Two with enrolment in Part One.
4. (a) Students will have completed their 700-level course requirements prior to enrolling in the thesis course.
(b) (i) 120-credit Bachelor (Honours) degrees will be awarded as First Class Honours, Second Class Honours Division I, Second Class Honours Division II or Third Class Honours. Bachelor (Honours) degrees must be completed within one year of first enrolling in full-time study or within three years of first enrolling in part-time study.
(ii) Postgraduate diplomas and 120-credit Master's degrees will carry the award of Distinction if completed at a superior standard (equivalent to First Class Honours), or Merit (equivalent to Second Class Honours, Division One) within one year of first enrolling in full-time study or within three years of first enrolling in part-time study.
(iii) 180-credit Master's degrees will carry the award of Distinction if completed at a superior standard (equivalent to First Class Honours), or Merit (equivalent to Second Class Honours, Division One) within eighteen months of first enrolling in full-time study or within four years of first enrolling in part-time study.
(iv) 240-credit Master's degrees will be awarded with First Class Honours, Second Class Honours Division I, Second Class Honours Division II or a pass. To qualify for the award of honours, 240-credit Master's degrees must be completed within two years of first enrolling for full-time study or within five years of first enrolling for part-time study.
(v) These periods may, in special circumstances, be amended/extended by the Academic Board. The Academic Board may also in special circumstances permit students to suspend their programme of studies for an approved period.
5. Qualifications for which specialisations, such as endorsements or subjects, are listed may have these specified as specialisations at the time of programme approval. The degree, diploma, or certificate completed by the student will state the specialisation.
Maximum time to completion
6. Unless otherwise specified in the Qualification Regulations there will be time limits for completion as follows:
(a) 60-credit Postgraduate Certificates must be completed within a maximum of two years.
(b) 120-credit Postgraduate Diplomas must be completed within a maximum of four years.
(c) 120-credit Masterates must be completed within a maximum of four years.
(d) 180-credit Masterates must be completed within a maximum of five years.
(e) 240-credit Masterates must be completed within a maximum of six years.
(f) 120-credit Bachelor (Honours) must be completed within one year of first enrolling for full-time study or within three years of first enrolling for part-time study.
Where credit has been transferred in accordance with Recognition of Prior Learning Regulation 2(c), the above time limits may be pro-rated when calculating maximum time limits for completion.
Time limits may be waived, at the discretion of the University, where a student exits with a qualification of lesser credit.
7. Students who have been inactive for a period of three consecutive years will be deemed to have abandoned their qualification. Abandonment releases the University from its obligation to ensure a qualification can be completed. Students may be permitted to re-enrol in a subsequent current qualification should they meet the entry requirements; credits previously achieved will be assessed and applied in accordance with current regulations.
Variations and personal programme approvals
8. The Academic Board may, in such cases as it thinks fit, approve a personal programme of study which does not conform with the General Regulations or the Regulations for that degree, diploma or certificate while still conforming to the academic standards of the qualification.
The following rules will apply:
(a) There must be a compelling academic case to merit the variation, or;
(b) There must be evidence of exceptional circumstances and/or hardship to the student.
(c) Variations will receive appropriate academic authorisation under delegation from Academic Board and be formally documented.
(d) The variation will be recorded on the student's academic record.
(e) Personal programme approvals will not permit a reduction in the total amount of credit required to complete a qualification.
(f) The extent of variation cannot jeopardise the integrity of the qualification. To this end there will be a limit on the extent to which a qualification can be varied. The maximum amount of credit variation is as follows:
120 credit qualification 30 credits
180 credit qualification 30 credits
240 credit qualification 30 credits
(g) Variations will not be permitted in 60-credit qualifications.
(h) Except where the special circumstances apply to a cohort of students (for example when transitioning students as a result of programme closure or course unavailability) variations will only be considered on a case-by-case basis and will not set a precedent.
9. The University reserves the right to introduce such changes as it may judge to be necessary or desirable, including the addition, restructuring or withdrawal of qualifications, regulations and/or courses. Reasonable provisions will be made to enable students to complete any qualification which is discontinued or has its structure substantially altered, but such provision will not extend beyond the permitted time for completion.
English language requirements
- IELTS - 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)
- TOEFL iBT - 90 overall (min 20 in Writing)
- PTE Academic - 58 Overall (min 50 in communicative skills)
- Cambridge English - 180
- Fees are subjected to change, for international student may have to refer to latest exchange rates.
- Additional cost my incurred depending on situation (Accommodation, laboratories equipment/materials, etc.)
- Encourage to study and research laws in New Zealand, it is advisable for international students to understand the country's strict rules and culture.
- English is used as a teaching medium and a widely spoken language in Malaysia, if the requirements are not stated in the university webpage, advisable to contact the university's authority for further information about English requirements or English Entry Requirements.
- For scholarship opportunities, please browse through our webpage postgradasia.com to find out local and international opportunities.
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