Pacific at Waikato
Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Kia orana, Bula vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Fakatalofa atu, Namaste, Talohi ni, Halo ola keta, Malo ni, Mauri, Halo Olaketa, Aloha kakou and warm Pacific greetings to all.
Pasifika Orientation, Tuesday 20th Feb
Join us for Pasifika Orientation Day to kick start your student experience as part of the Waikato Pasifika community!
|9am – 11am||Pacific Orientation Lecture||L.G 03|
|1130 - 1230pm||Pacific Student Kava Ceremony Welcome||S Block Foyer Ground Level|
|1pm - 3pm||Pacific Student Lunch||The Conch, Student Centre, Level 0 (0.03)|
If you have any questions about the day, please email email@example.com.
At the University of Waikato, we offer a diverse and supportive network of student services that you can access as a Pacific student. We are committed to providing and enhancing Pacific student success here at Waikato. But it's not all about classroom learning – we also want you to have an enjoyable time in a supportive environment where you can learn and participate in cultural activities and meet the rest of our Waikato Pacific family! Find out more about our Pacific Student Support.
Scholarships for Pacific students
Edna Money Future Pacific Leaders' Scholarship
Pacific people with leadership potential are being encouraged to apply for a new University of Waikato scholarship funded by the estate of the late Morrinsville accountant and farmer Edna Money. The Edna Money Future Pacific Leaders' Scholarship will provide support for students to achieve academically and develop leadership skills through a tailored leadership and personal development programme.
Prime Minister's Pacific Youth Awards
The Prime Minister's Pacific Youth Awards recognise and celebrate Pacific youth success, showcase Pacific talent and set out to create a cohort of young Pacific role models.
Help with preparing for university
We are dedicated to providing study options that best cater for you. Waikato offers individual papers and Bachelors degrees as well as pathway programmes towards degree qualifications. There is a lot to consider when planning your degree or qualification and some guidance and assistance may be needed.
Even before you get here, there is a lot to consider when planning for your studies, and some guidance and assistance may be needed.
To speak with or meet with an adviser for course information, pathways and entry into the university or a tour of the campus and/or accommodation, contact our Future Students Recruitment Advisers, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0800 WAIKATO (0800 924 528).
The Future Students Recruitment Office is situated on Level 3 of the Gateway Building on the Hamilton Campus. We also have offices in Auckland and Tauranga.