News stories - Waikato Management School

  • 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.

  • Dancing her way to Nepal (29 January 2019)

    Kaylee Bird is swapping New Zealand summer for a trek up the Himalayas as she and three other Step Higher Award recipients head to Nepal next month.

  • How a default union membership could help reduce income inequality (23 January 2019)

    Researchers argue that making union membership the default option would help reduce inequality while protecting workers’ rights to opt out

  • Business leader gifts $500K to support Waikato’s premier business degree (17 January 2019)

    New Zealand businessman and philanthropist Tony Falkenstein (ONZM) has pledged a half-million dollar donation to enable management students at the University of Waikato to travel overseas and gain hands-on exposure to global business innovation.

  • Silver Fern steps higher (11 January 2019)

    Silver Fern Sam Sinclair is now off to Nepal to climb to Ama Dablam Base Camp and fundraise for the Himalayan Trust Literacy Programme.

  • Five key values of strong Māori leadership (7 January 2019)

    Dr Maree Roche looks at what it takes to be a strong Māori leader.

  • Home but not away for Papamoa College students (19 December 2018)

    Year 13 Papamoa College students Brooke Bayly and Joshua Brown have each been awarded a Ko Te Tangata (Bay of Plenty schools) Scholarship to study at the University of Waikato in Tauranga in 2019.

  • Leaving a WSU legacy (13 December 2018)

    Nexus editor Lyam Buchanan and WSU President Candra Pullon both graduated from the University of Waikato this week, each leaving a student legacy and long list of achievements behind them.

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