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News stories - Waikato Management School

  • 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.

  • Inaugural innovation programme launches in Waikato (7 May 2018)

    The University of Waikato’s Management School has officially launched its inaugural Executive Innovation Bootcamp programme, alongside strategic partner Waikato Innovation Park.

  • Unlocking regional growth through innovation (1 May 2018)

    The University of Waikato Management School, in partnership with Priority One, is hosting Tauranga’s first conference on driving regional economic growth through innovation as part of the annual Techweek'18 festival.

  • Waikato alumna’s rainbow connection (6 April 2018)

    Seasoned traveller, travel blogger, photographer and University of Waikato alumna Tracy Hardy recently developed the Eat a Rainbow app to encourage kids to make good food choices.

  • Waikato MBA team wins most innovative business award (21 March 2018)

    Four University of Waikato MBA students have secured second place in New Zealand’s biggest startup competition, walking away with the 2018 Most Innovative Business Idea Award.

  • Waikato student returns from ‘Happiest Place on Earth’ (26 February 2018)

    University of Waikato student Celeste Richards has just returned to New Zealand after taking up an internship at Walt Disney World in Florida.

  • Living the economist dream (7 February 2018)

    Who knew that plenty of study, four large cans of Red Bull and a four-and-a-half hour exam in the middle of the night could lead to a job at the UN?

  • Waikato alum conquers Mount Chimborazo (8 January 2018)

    Tim Stewart conquers Mount Chimborazo, the farthest point from the centre of the Earth.

  • Waikato alumna named Young Executive of the Year (27 November 2017)

    University of Waikato alumna Komal Mistry has been named Young Executive of the Year at the Deloitte Top 200 awards

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