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Robichaud was always willing to go that extra mile to become a part of the school community. Her continued collaboration and willingness to learn made her very easy to work with and allowed other staff members the opportunity to see her excellent teaching abilities and ideas. The School of Sport, Exercise and Nutrition is one of New Zealand’s most innovative, research-led academic groupings encompassing human nutrition and dietetics; exercise science; and sport management, coaching and education. The School delivers excellence in research and teaching and the multidisciplinary approach enables us to be a key influencer on human health, performance and physical. This new classroom structure is just what the pre-school needs to start the 2020 academic year off well. She also thanked Sikhula Sonke for their guidance and support, attributing much of her success to their involvement. Ms Nomise Plaatjies a community member, spoke of how highly regarded the ECD centre is in the community. Based on the principles of respect, responsibility and community, the centres focus on generating a supportive environment in which children can develop their interests. The teacher plans activities based on these interests and participates alongside the child. Bilingual language centres. More than 100 ECE providers offer bilingual centres.

Grade 7s and 9s I was already teaching. Throughout this experience I learned a lot about time management and the importance of parental involvement and communication. There were many occasions where messages weren’t being relayed home from school and supplementary communication on my part was needed.

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We assist food companies remain competitive in a global marketplace, while satisfying consumer demand for healthy, safe, tasty food. We have a unique ability to integrate expertise across the entire food and health value chain. Find out more about our expertise in food types, human nutrition, biosciences, materials, engineering and our research centres.

Accreditation

The Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours degree, majoring in Food Processing Engineering, is accredited by Engineering NZ as an engineering degree under the Washington Accord.

The Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours programme is approved by the US-based Institute of Food Technologists (IFT).

The Master of Science (Nutrition and Dietetics) programme is accredited by the New Zealand Dietitians Board. Our graduates are eligible to register as a New Zealand Registered Dietitian (NZRD) and to practice as a dietitian in New Zealand.

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Massey University is ranked in the top 50 universities in the world for the subject area of food technology by the Shanghai Ranking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects. The ranking is determined by a series of indicators such as the number of papers authored by an institution in an academic subject, international collaboration on papers, and the number of staff winning awards in an academic subject.

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Beetroot juice and exercise recovery study

Seeking healthy, non-smoking, active males, aged between 18 and 45 who don't perform regular leg resistance/strength exercise

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The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of a prior dose of beetroot juice on muscle soreness, inflammation and strength recovery following a single-leg protocol of intense muscle contractions.

Close to the Bone Study

You will need to be a female who is healthy OR medically diagnosed with coeliac disease, who has consumed a strict gluten free diet for a year or more OR medically diagnosed with non-coeliac gluten sensitivity, who has consumed a strict gluten free diet for a year or more AND be between 18-40 AND live in the Palmerston North or Wellington region

This study aims to investigate the links between bone health and lifestyle factors, specifically the gluten free diet consumed by people with coeliac disease and non-coeliac gluten sensitivity.

The Caffeine Study

Seeking healthy males, 18 to 55 years old, non-smokers, who consume caffeine at least once a week and can complete a 40km cycle-based time trial in less than 90mins.

While we know caffeine generally has a performance enhancing effect, it is usually different for most people. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to investigate how key genes affect responses to caffeine ingestion and how it impacts on endurance performance.

Meet our graduates

With its caring lecturers who want you to succeed, varied practical placements and industry contacts, I would certainly recommend choosing Massey.

Alex Lawn
Recipe Editor at My Food Bag
Master of Science (Nutrition and Dietetics)

If you are interested in learning about utilising nutritional science to improve one’s wellbeing, this is the degree for you!

Andrew Xia
Specialist Critical Care and Surgical Dietitian at Middlemore Hospital, Counties Manukau Health, Auckland
Master of Science (Nutrition and Dietetics) - First Class Honours

It was great to see the whole new product development process from market research to commercialization. It's pretty cool to hold something in your hand that you've invented ..

Camilla Riddiford
Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours

I have really enjoyed my experience studying at Massey University. All of the staff and lecturers are super friendly, supportive and dedicated to helping students, such as myself, succeed.

Dayna Stockley
Master of Science (Nutrition and Dietetics)

I have thoroughly enjoyed my time studying at Massey and have been extremely fortunate to have been taught and supervised by some of the leading lecturers in the field of physical education and coaching.

Dr Lana McCarthy
Doctor of Philosophy

I would recommend studying at Massey University due to the high level of support, guidance and valuable expertise from staff from both the academic and practical placement setting. I am now in a career where I feel I am making a true difference to the nutrition and health of the community.

Dushanka Hettige
Clinical Dietitian at Capital and Coast DHB: Based in ICU, medical oncology, haematology and renal.
Master of Science (Nutrition and Dietetics)

I think that food technology is a great degree that people don't know that much about and I really want to inspire more people to do it.

Hannah Wood
Little Lato - Founder and Chief Gelato Maker
Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours

As I got closer to the end of my degree, I found that everything I had learnt throughout the four years was very practical and applicable in the food industry. After effects cs7. And I am proud to say, that after all my hard work, I’ve got a job that I wanted to do.

Jeen Tae Hwang
Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours

Studying these subjects (Physiology and Human Nutrition) has given me the opportunity to meet and be taught by some of the most inspiring and intelligent people I have ever (and possibly will ever) meet. The teaching staff on the Palmerston North campus are wonderful and caring.

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Katie Schraders
Doctor of Philosophy

Overall, Massey was an excellent gateway for me landing my role at Nestle and I think the strong workforce connections Massey disposes to its students, in all areas of nutrition and dietetics, is an appealing point of difference compared to other universities.

Katrina Shepherd
Community Programme Manager at Nestle
Master of Science (Nutrition and Dietetics)

The highlight of my career is working as the Health and Nutrition Manager for World Vision in the Nepal earthquake response. The work was so fast-paced and dynamic. The team I had the pleasure to work with was incredible. I got to trek into health facilities in extremely remote areas of Nepal with views people would pay thousands of dollars for.

Moniek Kindred
Country Portfolio Manager at World Vision New Zealand
Master of Science (Human Nutrition) - First Class Honours

Student opportunities

China food technology exchange programme

Massey University’s exchange programme with Zhejiang University in China allows food science and technology students to study in New Zealand for one semester.

You will undertake the exchange during Semester 2, which begins in July, and will study part of the Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours programme, under the Food Product Technology major.

Projects with industry

As part of your study at Massey University you may be able to work on an industry project, with one of our business partners. Subjects like food technology, engineering, construction and computer science all have 'capstone' (final year) projects with industry where you will work on a real-world project.

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Study food technology in Singapore

In partnership with Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT), Massey University offers the Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours majoring in Food Product Technology at SIT's Dover Campus.

Students with approved diplomas from a polytechnic in Singapore can apply for exemptions and entry to Year 2. All other students, including A level students can apply for entry to Year 1.

The BFoodTech(Hons) degree is jointly awarded by both universities and is equivalent to Massey’s New Zealand degree programme.

Services

ActivEating programme

The aim of an ActivEating programme is to help children accept new foods and to add more variety to their diet. Parents can express their interest in the programme. Applicants will be assessed for their suitability.*Documentary: The secret lives of fussy eaters

Beverage Lab

Beverage Lab provides services in the design, research and development of beverage products which offer nutritional benefits, wellness ingredients, satiety, and performance enhancement. We provide innovative customised solutions for our clients.

Business development - Food Innovation

If you are an individual or business looking for advice, consultancy or to commission research in any area of food science, food technology or the business of food, please contact Food Innovation. The team have extensive food industry experience and can help with everything from brainstorming concepts to small production trials. We can connect you with the relevant Massey University expertise, services and facilities and/or project manage your project.

Nutrition Laboratory

Specialists at Massey University's Nutrition Laboratory provide consultancy for your food business, including nutritional testing of food products including for shelf life, food safety and product formulation.

Resources

Massey University Food Technology Information Kit

These food science and product development kits have been produced to support food technology teaching in schools.

They contain a range of food experiments designed to demonstrate the use of additives in food product development.

Thought for Food: Why What We Eat Matters

Fad diets and advice about health dominate the headlines. Our society has never been more saturated by information about healthy living, but our obesity rate continues to rise – in New Zealand today, more than half of the population is overweight or obese. Professor John D Potter's latest book examines the latest evidence on what causes cancer, other chronic diseases and obesity.

Departments and staff

Find out more about the departments and staff involved in study and research related to food at Massey.

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