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New Zealand-India academic links strengthened by new partnership
A Strategic Education Partnership Agreement has been signed between Universities New Zealand and the Maharashtra State Government, to coincide with Prime Minister John Key’s visit to India.

The future of New Zealand’s legal profession
New Zealand Law Society executive director Christine Grice says Kiwi law students need more than knowledge of the substantive law to be successful in their legal careers.

A third medical school proposed for New Zealand
A third medical school has been proposed for New Zealand at the University of Waikato. The new Waikato Medical School will be a community-engaged, graduate entry medical school based in the Waikato and at regional clinical education sites in 12-15 locations throughout the central North Island.

University of Waikato international partnership first of its kind
The University of Waikato has become the first New Zealand university approved to teach and award its degrees in China.

University of Waikato and MBIE launch new-look Science Learning Hub website
Professor Alister Jones launched the new-look Science Learning Hub website alongside Minister Steven Joyce at Te Papa

University of Waikato Vice-Chancellor elected Chair of Reserve Bank
University of Waikato Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley has been elected Chair of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's Board of Directors.

New Marae & multipurpose complex
Three concepts for a Marae and multicultural complex have been proposed.

2015 Annual Report
The Annual Report provides detailed information on the University's financial status and summarises the activities and achievements of the University.

Horizons Magazine - Winter edition out now
Horizons summarises the University of Waikato's innovative, high-quality research and research-related activities.

Top law man joining Waikato
Recently retired Senior Court of Appeal judge and president of the New Zealand Law Commission Sir Grant Hammond is joining Te Piringa - Faculty of Law on a part-time basis as a Professor of Judicial Studies.

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