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Introduction to interviews seminar – Manawatu campus

  • Posted on: 21 September 2014
  • By: Admin RSY

This seminar has been designed to outline some of the different types of interview questions that you may be asked and how you might begin to prepare to answer them.  In addition, it touches on effective ways to prepare for an interview, including how to professionally present yourself.

Thu 25 Sep 2014, 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Social Science Tower: SSTE 3.45

 

Postgraduate Student Seminar and Workshop Series Polishing the Thesis

  • Posted on: 17 September 2014
  • By: MMA Web Admin

CENTRE FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING – MANAWATU CAMPUS

Tuesday, September 23, 1-2.00pm | AgHort 1, Turitea, Manawatu Campus

In our final seminar of the 2014 series, Professor Regina Scheyvens will offer advice on editing and polishing your thesis to produce a high-quality final draft. This seminar is open to all postgraduate students. No bookings are required. Postgraduate seminars are also available to be viewed online at http://webcast.massey.ac.nz/Mediasite/Catalog/catalogs/clt.

Professional Development - Ravensdown

  • Posted on: 16 September 2014
  • By: MMA Web Admin

The next address for the 2014 Professional Development Workshop series for students will be held on FRIDAY 19th September at 4.00 pm in AH.1.

All students are encouraged to attend these. To confirm attendance email Denise Stewart (d.m.stewart@massey.ac.nz) by Wednesday 17th Sept so that we can cater appropriately for refreshments after the address.

Mike Manning, who is the General Manager of Innovation and Strategy, Ravensdown, will be visiting on Friday 19th Sept to outline the Company and discuss opportunities for summer internships in 2014/15 as well as career opportunities through the Ravensdown graduate programme which starts in February 2015.

The summer internship work can be used to meet practical work requirements. Ravensdown is one of the major suppliers of fertiliser, animal health products and pesticides in NZ and Australia.

Suicide Prevention Day - with MUSA

  • Posted on: 9 September 2014
  • By: Admin RSY

As-Salam Alaikum

10th September is the Suicide Prevention Day and Massey University Student Association (MUSA) is organizing  "Chill Out" event to create awareness about suicide prevention among the student community. Insha Allah, MMS will participate in this good cause by doing FREE henna painting for the students. May Allah reward Sr Sadia the best - for her involvement in this cause. If someone would like to volunteer, then contact us :)

Fundraising for Multiple Sclerosis : Helping local communities

  • Posted on: 4 September 2014
  • By: Admin RSY

Salam, Insha'Allah tomorrow after Dhuhr (Friday prayer), we will be asking for donations to support  "Manawatu Multiple Sclerosis society" who provide support, education and advocacy for people with Multiple Sclerosis, their carers and their families in our community. 

Please donate generously and help the local communities in New Zealand :)

For more information on Multiple Sclerosis, please follow this link http://www.msnz.org.nz/

3 Minute Thesis Grand Finals

  • Posted on: 30 August 2014
  • By: MMA Web Admin

After competing in the heats throughout July and August, 10 finalists representing Massey's three campuses battled it out in the finals yesterday to win the chance to represent Massey University at the Trans-Trasman competition at the University of Western Australia in late November, and won cash towards research, book vouchers and more.

Congratulations to Ahmed Elwan who was the runner-up in the Grand Finals!

Islam Open Day 2014 - Palmerston North

  • Posted on: 20 August 2014
  • By: Admin RSY

Explore the Science, Society and Culture of Islam

Islam is a religion of peace and unity. Islam is the world's second largest religion. According to a 2010 study Islam has 1.57 billion adherents, making up over 23% of the world population. 

Muslims in Palmerston North come from diverse cultures such as Pakistan, Middle East, Burma, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, American, Kiwi and many more. We speak different languages, have different traditions and live different ways of life but we are all united under one faith.

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