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M.E is always looking for high quality people to join our team. Whether you are a recent graduate or an experienced consultant, we offer a stimulating work environment and friendly and flexible working conditions. Please send your CV to

Scholarships / Awards

M.E has an established relationship with the University of Auckland and University of Waikato. As part of those relationships, we actively encourage graduate and postgraduate research in the fields of human/economic geography (including GIS) through a number of scholarships / awards offered annually to eligible students. Application details for Auckland University are provided through the following links: M.E Geography Masters Scholarship, M.E Geography Honours Scholarships, For further information on our Scholarship Programme email

2015 Masters Scholarship Recipient: Anupom Kabir - "Regional Legacies of the U20 World Cup"

2015 Honours Scholarship Recipient: Michael Chapman - "Ethnic Food Stores: The Spatial Dynamics of Ethnic Retail in Auckland"

2016 Quantitative Economics Prize: Nick Broome

Please note, M.E's University of Auckland scholarship programme is on hold for 2017.  Applications will re-open in 2018.

The Resilience Challenge

The Resilience to Nature’s Challenges National Science Challenge is enhancing New Zealand’s ability to anticipate, adapt and thrive in the face of every changing natural hazards.

The Multi-hazard Risk Model is co-led by Prof. Mark Bebbington (Massey University) and Dr Garry McDonald (MEResearch). Please see Resilience Challenge or contact or for more information.

Click here to see the Multi-hazard Risk Model publications.


M.E believe in sharing their expertise and experience. Sharing knowledge keeps the firm at the forefront of spatial economic and ecological economic research and best practice. Click here to view a full list of publications and conference papers written and presented by M.E staff members.