Massey University

Since: Jan 13

Pune, India

#1 Mar 19, 2013
Hi Every One!!

I am from India , recently got an Offer Letter from Massey University for admission in its PG Dip in Business Administration (Finance)in Wellington. I am interesting in knowing Massey uni and is it easy to get part time jobs in Wellington?

Is Studies good there? And what about the Faculty and lectures? Any Indian who went there , I would love to here your experience, others are also welcome to give advice.How is climate altogether of Welly?

Bye 
PCiM

Redbank, Australia

#2 Mar 19, 2013
Part-time jobs? Nah, we have enough unemployment already, we also have more than enough Indians as is. Stay home in your own nation.

“Tino Rangatiratanga”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#3 Mar 20, 2013
PCiM wrote:
Part-time jobs? Nah, we have enough unemployment already, we also have more than enough Indians as is. Stay home in your own nation.
Talk is cheap. Maybe you should have stayed home. If it's good enough for you, why not him?

Since: Jan 13

Pune, India

#4 Apr 1, 2013
PCiM wrote:
Part-time jobs? Nah, we have enough unemployment already, we also have more than enough Indians as is. Stay home in your own nation.
why would you do that to people who are bringing millions and millions of dollars to add to your economy? Indian international students contribute at least 4 billion dollars a year.
Australia is one among a select club of only eight nations that can still boast a pristine triple A rating even in Recession day, it is now entering its 21st year of uninterrupted annual growth, having dodged a recession after the 2008 global financial crisis, courtesy Immigrants.
Besides , Australia is getting under the firm financial grips of Indians , as they go abou buying most of the Australian assets. Take of examples
1. Jindal family, ranked among the world's top 80 richest by Forbes, bought two minor stakes, worth a total of A$26 million (US$26.99 million), in Australian iron ore and coal mines through Jindal Steel & Power .
2. US$2 billion purchase by Indian self-made billionaire and college-dropout Gautam Adani (ADAN.NS) of a coal mine in the state of Queensland .
3. Silverneedle Hospitality, a company backed by Nadathur S. Raghavan, an Indian philanthropist bought a hotel in Brisbane for A$57 million. Last year, it bought a chain of about 60 hotels in Australia and New Zealand for an undisclosed sum.
The massive increase in Australia's foreign direct investment which leapt to A$67 billion in 2012, nearly double the previous year, according to government statistics.
4. Analysts speculate that within five years, India is going to pumped as much as $30 billion into Australia.
So moral of the story is It is your economy that needs immigrants and it is just going to happen whether you like it or not.

Earlier Government send Aussies to live in Back yard of Asia and you have enjoyed it pretty much now they are sending others as well to live cause they are benefitting economy , so you have to make concessions as they are booming your economy along with China.

Who had heard of Australia besides Don Bradman , no body even knew whether it even existed or not, but all of a sudden it has become a investment magnet and job hub, all the credit goes to immigrants not you and AUS govt seeing this potential is inviting immigrants.
I tell you something, 5-6 years from now you will still be here posting such nasty comments and still it won't change anything a bit. Get Used to eating chinese rice with Chop-sticks and eating curry as well while you can .....
Anonymous

Ashfield, Australia

#5 Apr 1, 2013
sammy0722 wrote:
Hi Every One!!
I am from India , recently got an Offer Letter from Massey University for admission in its PG Dip in Business Administration (Finance)in Wellington. I am interesting in knowing Massey uni and is it easy to get part time jobs in Wellington?
Is Studies good there? And what about the Faculty and lectures? Any Indian who went there , I would love to here your experience, others are also welcome to give advice.How is climate altogether of Welly?
Bye 
Look at the low ranking of the university. And note how this campus in Wellington used to be a Polytechnic institute.

I wouldn't study there.
Anonymous

Ashfield, Australia

#6 Apr 1, 2013
sammy0722 wrote:
<quoted text>
why would you do that to people who are bringing millions and millions of dollars to add to your economy? Indian international students contribute at least 4 billion dollars a year.
Australia is one among a select club of only eight nations that can still boast a pristine triple A rating even in Recession day, it is now entering its 21st year of uninterrupted annual growth, having dodged a recession after the 2008 global financial crisis, courtesy Immigrants.
Besides , Australia is getting under the firm financial grips of Indians , as they go abou buying most of the Australian assets. Take of examples
1. Jindal family, ranked among the world's top 80 richest by Forbes, bought two minor stakes, worth a total of A$26 million (US$26.99 million), in Australian iron ore and coal mines through Jindal Steel & Power .
2. US$2 billion purchase by Indian self-made billionaire and college-dropout Gautam Adani (ADAN.NS) of a coal mine in the state of Queensland .
3. Silverneedle Hospitality, a company backed by Nadathur S. Raghavan, an Indian philanthropist bought a hotel in Brisbane for A$57 million. Last year, it bought a chain of about 60 hotels in Australia and New Zealand for an undisclosed sum.
The massive increase in Australia's foreign direct investment which leapt to A$67 billion in 2012, nearly double the previous year, according to government statistics.
4. Analysts speculate that within five years, India is going to pumped as much as $30 billion into Australia.
So moral of the story is It is your economy that needs immigrants and it is just going to happen whether you like it or not.
Earlier Government send Aussies to live in Back yard of Asia and you have enjoyed it pretty much now they are sending others as well to live cause they are benefitting economy , so you have to make concessions as they are booming your economy along with China.
Who had heard of Australia besides Don Bradman , no body even knew whether it even existed or not, but all of a sudden it has become a investment magnet and job hub, all the credit goes to immigrants not you and AUS govt seeing this potential is inviting immigrants.
I tell you something, 5-6 years from now you will still be here posting such nasty comments and still it won't change anything a bit. Get Used to eating chinese rice with Chop-sticks and eating curry as well while you can .....
Why are you talking about Australia all of the time when this university and this forum focus on New Zealand.

Shall I go to the India forum and start talking about Burma/Myanmar?
PCiM

Brisbane, Australia

#7 Apr 1, 2013
That Maori Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Talk is cheap. Maybe you should have stayed home. If it's good enough for you, why not him?
A slight difference between a traditional New Zealander and an Indian. Even you are not so obtuse as to attempt to compare New Zealanders to Indians.

PS..... Why is your location hidden, Mr. Maori in the US?
PCiM

Brisbane, Australia

#8 Apr 1, 2013
sammy0722 wrote:
<quoted text>
gilamut gilamut gilamut gilamut gilamut
And how much do you nasally offensive people take out of the economy? The main Indian contribution is a swift push in the direction of the third world.
Rangis Boyfriend

Auckland, New Zealand

#9 Apr 1, 2013
That Maori Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Talk is cheap. Maybe you should have stayed home. If it's good enough for you, why not him?
Pot calling the kettle black again.
Tweeter

Auckland, New Zealand

#10 Apr 1, 2013
sammy0722 wrote:
<quoted text>
why would you do that to people who are bringing millions and millions of dollars to add to your economy? Indian international students contribute at least 4 billion dollars a year.
Australia is one among a select club of only eight nations that can still boast a pristine triple A rating even in Recession day, it is now entering its 21st year of uninterrupted annual growth, having dodged a recession after the 2008 global financial crisis, courtesy Immigrants.
Besides , Australia is getting under the firm financial grips of Indians , as they go abou buying most of the Australian assets. Take of examples
1. Jindal family, ranked among the world's top 80 richest by Forbes, bought two minor stakes, worth a total of A$26 million (US$26.99 million), in Australian iron ore and coal mines through Jindal Steel & Power .
2. US$2 billion purchase by Indian self-made billionaire and college-dropout Gautam Adani (ADAN.NS) of a coal mine in the state of Queensland .
3. Silverneedle Hospitality, a company backed by Nadathur S. Raghavan, an Indian philanthropist bought a hotel in Brisbane for A$57 million. Last year, it bought a chain of about 60 hotels in Australia and New Zealand for an undisclosed sum.
The massive increase in Australia's foreign direct investment which leapt to A$67 billion in 2012, nearly double the previous year, according to government statistics.
4. Analysts speculate that within five years, India is going to pumped as much as $30 billion into Australia.
So moral of the story is It is your economy that needs immigrants and it is just going to happen whether you like it or not.
Earlier Government send Aussies to live in Back yard of Asia and you have enjoyed it pretty much now they are sending others as well to live cause they are benefitting economy , so you have to make concessions as they are booming your economy along with China.
Who had heard of Australia besides Don Bradman , no body even knew whether it even existed or not, but all of a sudden it has become a investment magnet and job hub, all the credit goes to immigrants not you and AUS govt seeing this potential is inviting immigrants.
I tell you something, 5-6 years from now you will still be here posting such nasty comments and still it won't change anything a bit. Get Used to eating chinese rice with Chop-sticks and eating curry as well while you can .....
people like you are the problem Australia and NZ are two countries built by the white man ( Our ancestors ) Why the fack should we let in all you third world scum ? Chinese are much better than Indians who seem to thin k they are entitled to anything in Aus and NZ no wonder they are hated.
crikey

Tauranga, New Zealand

#11 Apr 1, 2013
Rangis Boyfriend wrote:
<quoted text>
Pot calling the kettle black again.
the pot at the restaurant you got the ass from? hahahahahaaaaa!!!!
crikey

Tauranga, New Zealand

#12 Apr 1, 2013
Tweeter wrote:
<quoted text>
people like you are the problem Australia and NZ are two countries built by the white man ( Our ancestors ) Why the fack should we let in all you third world scum ? Chinese are much better than Indians who seem to thin k they are entitled to anything in Aus and NZ no wonder they are hated.
who gives a f*ck about oz? no body that's who.

Since: Jan 13

Pune, India

#13 Apr 10, 2013
PCiM wrote:
<quoted text>
And how much do you nasally offensive people take out of the economy? The main Indian contribution is a swift push in the direction of the third world.

I don’t know what you mean when you say “People like you”, when you hardly even know me. It shows your biased attitude and preconceived notions which are toxic due to some mental derangements. Some times it takes years to know someone .
Secondly you are calling me a SCUM. Well Scum’s definition is:

‘A layer of dirt or froth on the surface of a liquid.’Meaning it could either dirt layer or a froth on liquid surface. Now seeing that Aussie Govt so much love to pander and flirt with India that even Julian Gilard as said recently in her visit in New Delhi that “Australia Asian centuary has began”. Besides Chinese and Hindi shall now me taught. So you can understand what kind of scum Indian are .

Do you know which Goddess who was born in sea foam? She is Venus, the goddess of love and beauty. So next time think 100 times before calling some one scum.

Since: Jan 13

Pune, India

#14 Apr 10, 2013
PCiM wrote:
<quoted text>
And how much do you nasally offensive people take out of the economy? The main Indian contribution is a swift push in the direction of the third world.
Look its natures rule that propel one towards give and take . Nobody do any thing free of cost.You need to define what do mean by 3rd world and tell exactly how that translate to Australia when Indian are there.How have they contributed to Australia becoming a 3rd world . Because All I see is they bring loads of money that you were supposed to earn for Australia but it is immigrants who are bringing that .Your comment is quite naïve and as such bereft of any logic worth any recognition.

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