9TH CIGR Section VI International
Technical Symposium

CIGR Arrow

Creating Value from Bioresources
through Novel Technologies

Auckland
New Zealand
16 - 20
November 2015

Massey University

The Albany Campus

 Massey University, established in 1927, is a leading educational institution in New Zealand with a proud tradition of academic excellence and a strong national and international reputation. Massey specialises in fields for which New Zealand is known internationally – agri-food research, teaching and technology, animal welfare, biosecurity, public health, business innovation and marketing and creative arts.

With campuses in Auckland, Manawatu and Wellington and the largest distance-learning programme of any New Zealand university, Massey caters for about 35,000 students from more than 100 countries.

Characterised by the applied nature of many of its teaching and research programmes, it has a proud national and international outlook and reputation based on food production, technology and business to develop products and services to meet international demands. It has New Zealand's only Veterinary School.

Massey qualifications are internationally accepted and its role is to find innovative responses to the challenges that are faced worldwide, including climate change, food shortages and pandemics.

Massey has a five-star rating from the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) world universities rating agency.

The Albany Campus

The Albany campus is part of North Shore city in Auckland. Within walking distance of the campus is a large Westgate shopping centre where delegates can shop and browse, and just down the road is the Albany village with its traditional shops. On the campus there is a pharmacy, a travel agency, a book shop, a pub and several eateries. The campus is surrounded by a wide range of amenities, including numerous cafés, shopping centres, cinema complexes, and extensive leisure and sport facilities including the North Harbour Sports Stadium.

The North Shore city region covers 120km of coastline and includes more than 30 sandy swimming beaches. Part of the North Shore's appeal is that it is not too far from the city lights and downtown lifestyle of central Auckland, yet it has a real community feel and beachside character.

North Shore city is served by motorway links to Auckland and the International Airport as well as to major rail and ferry terminals. City bus services are also available.

The Albany campus is located at the East Precinct, off the Albany Expressway (State Highway 17).

Please click here for information on maps, transport and parking at Massey University.

 

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