News stories - Waikato Management School
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
Significant partnerships (30 July 2019)
New University Councillor Eva Collins says governance depends on effective partnership.
A call for change in voluntary unionism (27 June 2019)
Academics suggest a union default, enacted in law, will help address rising income inequality.
University of Waikato climbs international rankings (19 June 2019)
For the sixth year running, the University of Waikato has climbed up the QS World University Rankings and now sits at 266 out of 1,000 institutions worldwide.
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.
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.
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