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Graduate Institute of Science and Management
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Graduate Institute of Science and Management undergraduate study leading to the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) for Massey University

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via Global pathways

Level of Study

Bachelor's Degree



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Global Pathways to New Zealand:

Study Options

Students who successfully complete the required undergraduate courses at GISM can then enrol directly into the Massey University Bachelor of Engineering (Hons), majoring in electrical and computer engineering or mechatronics. Students can then graduate after two years of successful full-time study with Massey University (2 years + 2 years).
New Zealand Qualification
Start becoming an engineer from day one of your studies at Massey. You’ll learn the skills to make you a sought-after employee in New Zealand and internationally.

Whether you choose your major at the start or the end of your first year, there are no limits on the places available. There’s no chance of missing out - you can study what you are passionate about!

Every year you work on projects that help our communities and industry. This gives you a real feel of what engineering involves. It will train you to translate your ideas into real solutions, using all the problem-solving skills and underpinning knowledge that you acquire in the programme.

Our ‘project spine’ allows you to develop the skills that real engineers rely on in practice. You will work in teams to solve real-world problems and develop the skills that distinguish you from the rest.

We want you to have a competitive edge. During your degree you spend 800 hours working as engineers with companies. That helps you to come out with a broader understanding of the industry, some great experiences for your CV. You will be ready to start work and be productive from the day you graduate.

Entry criteria

Successful completion of the GISM programme and IELTS 6.0 (no band less than 5.5).

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