News stories - Waikato Management School
Waikato students win big at NZ Startup Bootcamp (29 May 2019)
Two University of Waikato teams came out on top of the NZ Startup Bootcamp, each taking home $10,000.
The Entrepreneurial Inmate (27 May 2019)
The University of Waikato is giving inmates at the country’s biggest women’s prison the chance to change their lives through education.
Theft from many angles (14 May 2019)
Two fourth-year law students were in Dublin last month where the only thing on their minds was theft.
Building a new knowledge base in the Pacific (14 May 2019)
Masters’ graduate Riby Tupiti taking a lot of learning from both inside and outside the classroom back home to the Solomon Islands.
Getting bang for buck from business analytics (8 May 2019)
At a free public lecture on Tuesday 21 May, Professor Rajeev Sharma of Waikato Management School will explain why analytics doesn’t always live up to its full potential, and what organisations can do to fix that situation.
One student, three specialties (1 May 2019)
All-rounder Caitlin Langlands receives a special award.
A dream come true (1 May 2019)
For international student Guillermo William Revelo, New Zealand is no longer just a dream holiday destination, it’s now a place he calls home after successfully completing a Master of Business and Management
Fieldays scholarship for agri students (17 April 2019)
Masters and PhD students studying at Waikato can apply for the National Agricultural Fieldays Sir Don Llewellyn Scholarship.
Challenge to save lives in Cambodia (10 April 2019)
Portia Thompson has been in Cambodia helping develop a national strategy for removing landmines and unexploded bombs.
Nick’s learning curve in Ho Chi Minh City (4 March 2019)
Tauranga student Nick Badger recently returned from an eight-week internship in Vietnam thanks to the Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia (PMSA) he was awarded late last year.
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