News stories - Waikato Management School

  • Seven scholarships announced on Kīngitanga Day support rangatahi and the environment (15 September 2022)

    Seven University of Waikato undergraduate students have been awarded the Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu Scholarship.

  • Leaders of the future give back to Waikato community (18 August 2022)

    Year 13 students from Waikato and Bay of Plenty secondary schools came together for the Waikato Management School Leadership Academy Summit Day.

  • Clinical approach clinches victory for Waikato at National Case Competition (3 August 2022)

    A team of Waikato Management School (WMS) students are thrilled to have won “massive bragging rights” after coming first in a National Case Competition held at the weekend.

  • Double major and university at 16 (1 August 2022)

    Keshav Mahindra achieved University Entrance and NCEA Level 3, all there was left to do was enrol at the University of Waikato.

  • Governor and Māori business leader acknowledged by University of Waikato (20 July 2022)

    Ms Raumati (Waikato, Ngāti Mutunga) has been recognised by the University of Waikato for her dedication to advancing Māori business, particularly in her role as a governor and trustee. Ms Raumati is one of four Distinguished Alumni along with director Jennifer Kerr, Supreme Court Judge of Samoa Justice Leilani Tuala-Warren and director and Māori business leader Jamie Tuuta.

  • Comms professionals reimagine the future of local government (5 July 2022)

    Waikato Management School (WMS) welcomed around 100 local government communications professionals from throughout New Zealand to the first-ever ‘Talk it Up’ conference on 4 July – and among them were some of Waikato’s very own public relations and marketing graduates.

  • Student leaders get a head start on University (20 June 2022)

    Year 13 students from across the Waikato and Bay of Plenty came together last week to take part in the first face-to-face hub days for the Waikato Management School Leadership Academy at the University of Waikato. The programme is designed for ambitious, self-motivated students, supporting them to become stronger leaders who are better equipped to make a positive difference in their school, future careers and communities.

  • NZ-UK FTA will bring benefits for Māori enterprises (7 June 2022)

    Associate Professor of Māori Business Dr Jason Mika has addressed members of the United Kingdom (UK) Trade Select Committee as an expert witness on the implications of the NZ-UK Free Trade Agreement (NZ-UK FTA).

  • Former Hillary Scholar switches codes (2 June 2022)

    From basketball to acting – University of Waikato alumnus Connor Johnston is using the skills he gained from the Sir Edmund Hillary Programme to break into his acting career.

  • Budget 2022 ignores workforce pressures (30 May 2022)

    Pressures on business and workplaces to return to ‘business as usual’ have been overlooked in the Government’s Budget, according to a leading researcher from the University of Waikato.

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