Five big global challenges underpin healthier, more prosperous, safe and diverse societies. We're serious about tackling them.
We continue to climb in the World University Rankings. Times Higher Education (THE) now ranks us third equal in New Zealand!
Applicant Day gives prospective students, applicants, and their families and whānau the opportunity to visit our Hamilton campus.
Four University of Waikato wāhine passionate about the taiao (environment) win Dame Te Atairangikaahu Scholarships.
The University of Waikato and George Mason Charitable Trust have teamed up for a new and integrated study of Taranaki's land, freshwater and coast.
Waikato alumna Nikki Kennedy is a businesswoman and an active advocate for te reo Māori.
University of Waikato scientists are part of an international team monitoring changes in a delta vulnerable to climate change and rising sea levels.
Could online games be the solution to the world’s biggest problems? According to University of Waikato Senior Lecturer Dianne Forbes, they might be.
From 300 wannabes, 24 students were chosen for the 2017 Top Student Awards – two from Waikato.
Join Dame Margaret Clark and Dr Jon Johansson in Tauranga on Thursday 14 September for the third event in the free Tauranga lecture series for discussion on New Zealand's political history, its cycles of politics and campaign performance.
Residents from Parihaka and former members of Ngā Tamatoa activist group will be on campus for Kīngitanga Day this Thursday 14 September. It's a public event.
The University of Waikato’s rapid ascent of world university rankings was further confirmed today, with the release of the Times Higher Education (THE) rankings. The University is now ranked third equal in New Zealand.
Engineering students off to Sydney for autonomous robot competition.
We sat down with Dr Matt Driller to discuss the importance of post-training recovery for gym-goers and athletes alike.
National’s election promise to establish a School of Rural Medicine acknowledges the extent of the health crisis facing rural and vulnerable New Zealanders, says Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley.
Stacey Waaka and Morgan Haakma have reason to celebrate.
MPs and party candidates are coming to campus to debate environmental issues.