News stories - Waikato Management School

  • Diving into business (15 August 2018)

    Waikato students Sophie Ning and Janaya Worthington are already putting their business degrees to good use, launching the Waikato Synchronised Swimming Club.

  • 10 of the best (9 August 2018)

    Ten PhD students went head to head last night to find Waikato's three-minute thesis champion.

  • A career the world over (26 July 2018)

    After a brilliant international career, businessman Jan Zijderveld is returning to his old uni to collect a Distinguished Alumni Award.

  • Waikato takes the crown in New Zealand Business Case League 2018 (25 July 2018)

    A team of University of Waikato management students are relishing the sweet taste of victory after winning this year's Student Development Society National Business Case League.

  • Innovation capacity expanded in the Waikato (23 July 2018)

    Last week saw the first cohort of business leaders complete the inaugural Executive Innovation Bootcamp programme – the first innovation programme of its kind in the Waikato region.

  • Life-changing experience (11 July 2018)

    Two of our students have recently returned from “life-changing” international exchanges.

  • Highly commended award for accounting article (9 July 2018)

    Accounting senior lecturer Dr Vida Botes has received an international award for a recent journal article focused on gaps in accounting practice in South Africa.

  • Perspectives on public relations from deeply divided societies (6 July 2018)

    Dr Margalit Toledano, senior lecturer in public relations, has won the National Communication Association (NCA) PRIDE Award for Best PR Book published in 2017.

  • Fieldays underway for 50th time (13 June 2018)

    The University of Waikato stand at Fieldays calls for visitor participation.

  • Around the world in 80 minutes (14 May 2018)

    An audience of about 150 people was taken on a trip around the world on Saturday night, all from within the Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts as the Waikato International Students’ Association ran its first ever international talent quest.

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