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We are proud to be in the top 1.1% in the world in the latest QS World University Rankings — we've jumped 100 places in just four years, a reflection of our ability to challenge, inspire and prepare our students to lead change.
The latest advances in technology, science, engineering, environmental stewardship and business come together on the farm, driving national and international success.
Abiteta Teitibwebwe has won a NZ Aid Pacific Scholarship High Achiever Award for a second time.
A $10k prize will help make University of Waikato Management School student Nicole Calderwood’s business idea a reality.
Waikato's Professor Louis Schipper is part of a team advocating an international approach to carbon sequestration.
Tauranga Boys’ College took out first place at the annual NZIC Analytical Chemistry Competition on Wednesday 14 June.
Dr Tracey Slaughter has a string of writing awards to her name and she's one of the creative forces behind the University of Waikato's new Master of Professional Writing.
The University and Synthase Biotech have signed an MoU to work collaboratively on important scientific and technological research with clear commercial targets.
A group of Waikato researchers is finding ways to improve hospital outcomes for tamariki.
Science and agribusiness student Beth Hampton is off to Brussels for an international youth ag-summit.
Waikato researchers will do two studies on early cancer diagnosis and another on tamariki health, thanks to grants from the Health Research Council.
Kiwifruit and apple pickers of the robot kind make their stage debut at the 2017 New Zealand Agricultural Fieldays today.
University of Waikato Dean of Law Associate Professor Wayne Rumbles explains the benefits of diversifying your law degree with a Master of Laws.
Four Waikato University music composition students have been selected to take part in the annual Young Composers Workshop held in Nelson.
This year’s New Zealand Agricultural Fieldays scholarship winner, Shannon Hunter, is conducting research that will make an important contribution to New Zealand’s growing avocado industry.
Coaching two hockey teams while helping develop the sport in New Zealand and heading a new academic programme at the University of Waikato is all in a day’s work for Acting Dean of Health, Sport and Human Performance Dr Kirsten Petrie.