News stories - Waikato Management School
Gold for three Hillary Scholars in Hong Kong (19 December 2019)
Three Sir Edmund Hillary Scholars from the University have won gold at the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Hong Kong.
The reality of entering an international market and the impact innovation has on economies was brought home to Accounting Major, Sidney-Rei Te Maungarongo Stoneham, on a recent trip to Vietnam.
A managerial role at McDonald’s led 28-year-old Garth Tunnicliffe to study a Master of Management Studies, and now he’s heading to South East Asia to pitch a business idea that could really take off.
Waikato student wins elite cycling title ahead of world cup (21 November 2019)
Student Ally Wollaston claims first place ahead of cycling world cup
Famous Chinese literary genius got his inspiration from Waikato (21 November 2019)
When Ma Boyong first stepped foot on New Zealand soil in back in 2001, he was a young international student, knew no one, and spoke very little English.
Research aims to shed light on health and wellbeing of Niuean people (4 November 2019)
Waikato University PhD student, Jessica Pasisi, is seeking to better understand the mental health and wellbeing of Niuean people in Aotearoa, and has just received more than $300,000 from the Health Research Council (HRC) to help fund her research.
MBA students visit South America (17 October 2019)
This year's MBA International Study Tour is heading to Chile to investigate opportunities for New Zealand start-ups.
Uni campus hosts STEM Festival in Tauranga (16 October 2019)
As a main sponsor of the country's first world-class STEM Festival (STEMFest) event, the University of Waikato's Tauranga campus saw more than 3,000 visitors join in a celebration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics on Saturday (12 October).
By catching onto the internet early, Adrian Smith has built a breadth of knowledge and experience in the digital sector both in New Zealand and the UK.
Public support for union default (13 August 2019)
A new survey of nearly 1500 New Zealanders shows the majority support a union default in the workplace
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