Get started on your study this July
Flexible study options available in the Arts and Social Sciences - B Semester starts July 18
Welcome to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) encourages our students to understand that their choice of study is of value to themselves and society; that they will also gain worthwhile skills that can be utilised in the workplace; and that studying for the pleasure of learning and for academic stimulation is as important as studying for vocational purposes.
The Waikato International Cello Fest 2016 is fast approaching and for a number of University of Waikato and Hamilton-based students, this means getting ready to work with some of the world’s finest concert cellists.
Psychology masters student Samantha Williams is looking at developing a better understanding of the longer-term impact traumatic brain injuries have on New Zealanders.
Why do we have a $400,000 small-town GP job no-one wants? Professor of population health Ross Lawrenson says we aren’t meeting our current medical workforce needs and that part of the reason for that lies in the way we’re training our doctors.
She started university when she was 16 years old. Now she’s off to Cambodia with a Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia (PMSA). Japanese language student Jolene Skeen is one of 16 Waikato students to win the scholarship – but it’s not her first.
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We have a huge range of exciting subjects that will immerse you in the challenges of observation, creativity and development.
Explore our undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate qualifications and find out which one suits your needs.