1. About the University Massey Universitys governing body is the University Council. This includes lay, academic, alumni and student members and is responsible for overseeing the management and control of the affairs, concerns and property of the University. The Council Chair and the ceremonial head of the University is the Chancellor, elected by Council for a one year term from within its ranks. Massey is committed to translating innovative academic research into commercial opportunities, through existing commercial enterprises or new ventures 2. About Academics/campus/affiliated colleges Undergraduate qualifications, Postgraduate qualifications, Executive education. Our teachers are nationally recognised for their high achievements in teaching and student care. The Massey Business School is also internationally accredited – the AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) benchmarks us in the top five percent of global business colleges. We are ranked in the top 100 programmes in the world for our finance and accounting programmes, and in the top 200 for business and management programmes (QS rankings 2015). 3. University Auckland campus - the innovation campus: At Massey Auckland, were not only helping students shape their own future, but were also helping to shape the future of New Zealand – and the world.With over 30% of our students at postgraduate level, making world-leading discoveries are part of everyday life. ManawatÅ« campus - historic with park-like grounds: Masseys original campus, with lovely heritage buildings and park-like grounds located near Palmerston North city. The large campus is beautiful year-round with 11,500 different varieties of plants and trees in the form of manicured gardens, green fields, woodlands and bush. The Massey University grounds in ManawatÅ« are listed as a New Zealand Botanical Garden Wellington campus - the Creative Campus: creative campus in the heart of Wellington. This campus has established itself as a centre of excellence for study and research. 4. Research from the University Future food systems: There can be little doubt that with a rapidly growing global population, the basic issue of food provision and the prevalence of high levels of malnutrition is one of the grand challenges of the age. Food quality is also one of the keys to the wider problem of health maintenance in an increasingly ageing population. As a major food exporting nation, New Zealand is uniquely placed to advance the design of new health-enhancing foods, helping prevent disease and to improve the quality of life. The impact of innovation in the food sector on our export-driven economy stands to be dramatic. Massey is a world leader in agrifood research and is working at the smart interface between food science and nutrition to address food security issues as well as to enhance health and well-being. Our expertise in food innovation spans the disciplines of agriculture, horticulture and biosecurity; packaging, refrigeration, nutritional balance and food safety; food technology and engineering; design, branding and marketing. Ensuring the environmental sustainability of food supply underpins all Massey research activity. Massey researchers are involved in research which covers the spectrum from ‘gate to plate’ and provides an intellectual continuum around the issues of sustainable food production, food quality and food security. This coupled with acknowledged capability in developing the wider agri-food economy makes Massey one of the global leaders in food systems research.