Orientation is an exciting time to get familiar with your campus, make new friends, and get yourself set up for the start of a busy year.
The government has announced details of its fees-free policy for students who are new to tertiary education.
Come along to an information session and talk to our friendly staff about your study options at Waikato.
University of Waikato alumna Noelle Dannenbring performed at Rotorua’s Lakeside 2018 on Saturday, a concert she has watched her whole life.
Hamilton teacher Chris May is pioneering a programme at St Columba's Catholic School which incorporates real world life skills into students' learning.
Theatre Studies Lecturer Dr Laura Haughey has had her latest production Salonica commissioned at prestigious theatres around New Zealand, and it’s coming to Auckland and Hamilton.
A group of Toi Ohomai and University of Waikato students recently devoted their holidays to try and turn their ‘start-up’ ideas into business ventures.
New students were officially welcomed on campus today, with more than 1000 turning up at the Hamilton campus for a pōwhiri.
Associate Professor Tom Roa is taking a unique approach to sharing the country's history.
Inspiring creativity and innovation among the nation’s students may require a move away from traditional teaching practices.
Technology developed by the University of Waikato is giving Hamilton Gardens' visitors an opportunity to learn more about the city's number one tourist attraction.
Festival Opera's season of Madame Butterfly opens at the Napier Municipal Theatre this week, and four Waikato students will take the lead alongside international opera stars.
Five University of Waikato alumni launched Seed Waikato last year, a social enterprise designed to help young people in the Waikato thrive.
Cyclist Ellesse Andrews is a world champion on the track and now she's a Halberg winner and Sir Edmund Hillary scholar
A summer research scholar has been tracking the use of Māori loanwords in the digital science sphere.
Who knew that plenty of study, four large cans of Red Bull and a four-and-a-half hour exam in the middle of the night could lead to a job at the UN?
A two-day beekeeping conference is being held at the University of Waikato on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 February and is open to all members of the public.