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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.
Locks, keys and alarms are everyday items people use to help with security - but what do you use in cyberspace?
A week-long international leadership symposium in Thailand proved educational, informative and entertaining for Communications student Crystal Tawhai.
The Thesis in Three (3MT) challenges doctoral students to present their research in no more than three minutes. This year’s winner was Harpreet Kaur, from the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
The University of Waikato is working with BOYD school Hillcrest High to ensure students are aware of online safety.
Professor Jonathan Scott has received seed funding from the SfTI National Science Challenge to investigate new and faster methods to measure sound.
The decentralised and secure database we call the blockchain is ripe for development, according to computer scientist Steve Reeves.
Waikato computer scientist Dr Te Taka Keegan wins New Zealand's supreme award for excellence in tertiary teaching.
The University’s new Tauranga public lecture series continues on Thursday 17 August with Dr Simona Soare from the European Parliament and the Université of Saint Louis in Belgium discussing ‘Europe in crisis: the impact of migration, terrorism and populism' at Trinity Wharf.
Join award-winning writer Adam Dudding for HEARTS AND LETTERS at the 15th Annual Frank Sargeson Memorial Lecture, Tuesday 19 September.
Rising opera star and University of Waikato alumnus Filipe Manu took out top prize at the Australian Singing Competition, beating four Australian singers to do so.
Waikato postgraduate students from India have received Excellence Awards worth $5000.
Ashleigh Browne, University of Waikato MSc(Research) graduate, will present her research alongside local, national and international speakers at the Blue2Green Marine Biotechnology Convention in Tauranga next week.
Adiós New Zealand! Student Angus Macdonald is packing his bags for Mexico thanks to a Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Latin America.
PhD student Neftalie Williams is in Cambodia this week raising awareness about skateboarding.
University of Waikato student and Northland Future Leaders Scholarship recipient Tennille Nisbet loves a good do-it-yourself community project.