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Agriculture and Environment Expedition & Internship

Massey University - Palmerston North

Summer 1 2018 (Early Jun, 2018 to Mid Jul, 2018)
Catalog Code: IPNU1318

Massey University offers a summer program exclusively to study abroad students. This program combines an ecologically-focused two-week tour of the North and South Islands with a four-week internship in agriculture, agribusiness, environmental science, and wildlife management.

The National Expedition travels around the North and South Islands, giving students the chance to experience parts of New Zealand they may never have seen otherwise. Spend two weeks discovering the untouched natural beauty of New Zealand's glaciers, volcanoes, rain forests, rivers, lakes, mountains, and beaches, all while meeting other study abroad students as well as locals.

For the environmental sciences internship, head to Napier, a city on the eastern side of the North Island, and spend a month interning with government agencies, non-profit groups, wildlife sanctuaries, wineries, or any number of other possibilities. Put your skills to use in the beautiful Hawkes Bay region and learn more about New Zealand's unique environments, fantastic culture, and friendly people. At the end of the internship, head south to Massey's Palmerston North campus for a few days of regrouping, recollecting, and celebrating your time in New Zealand.

Prices & Dates

Early June, 2018 - Mid July, 2018

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March 1, 2018

Application Due Date:

March 15, 2018

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* Housing is included in the cost of the program


Minimum GPA

Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.75.

Minimum Admissions Prerequisites

There is no language prerequisite for this program.

Students must have completed a minimum of 2 semesters at a 4-year university at time of application.

Students must be actively pursuing a degree in agribusiness, agriculture, environmental science, or wildlife management. Students who are pursuing a degree in a related major are eligible to apply and may need to provide additional application materials.

Students must have completed two courses at the 200 level in a related major at time of application.

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