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Education and research in technology and engineering have been at the core of Massey University since it was founded in 1963. Its graduates are highly sought after by industry in New Zealand and overseas.
The growing influence of technology on all functions of society has created a large demand for technology and engineering graduates, not only to enter industry and professional practice, but also to bring the strengths of a technology and engineering education to related fields such as law, medicine, management, finance, and government. Never have the challenges and opportunities for careers in technology and engineering been more exciting or more critical to the long-term wellbeing of society than they are today.
As of 1 January 2008, the Institute of Technology and Engineering (ITE) has merged with the Institute of Information Sciences and Technology (IIST) and School of Engineering and Technology to become the School of Engineering and Advanced Technology (SEAT)
The School is committed to the concept of wealth creation through the development of new and improved products and processes. Wealth is interpreted broadly as being economic, social and environmental wellbeing. Whilst economic growth is paramount it is balanced by the need to simultaneously enhance social and environmental 'wealth'.
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Last updated on Tuesday, 30 April 2013
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