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Student Experience

From teaching and research to academic support and on-site services, our commitment is to support you through your university journey.

  • Orientation Week 2015

New Students

New students

Kia Ora and welcome to your first year of study at the University of Waikato. Read More

International Students

International Students

Students from more than 70 countries choose to study at Waikato for internationally recognised degree programmes. Read More


Student Support

Student Support

At Waikato you're a name not a number.We want your time at University to go smoothly and our pastoral care and support services help ensure this. Read More

Accommodation

Accommodation

You can choose to live on campus in our Halls of Residence or we can help you choose the right accommodation option for you. Read More

Campus Facilites

Campus Facilities

Māori culture is an important part of your journey through Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato Read More

Campus Lifestyle

Campus Lifestyle

There are a number of services and facilities housed and available on-campus. Read More

Study Options

Study Options

Our flexible degree structure lets you take papers from a variety of subjects to shape your qualification. Read More

Student Centre

Student Centre

Our award-winning Student Centre is a one-stop shop, combining library resources, IT facilities, support services, food and shops. Read More


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Wi Pere Mita, Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws

Wi Pere Mita came from a small settlement but people around him saw the bigger picture. As well as academic promise, he showed a passion for Māori culture and language. Read More

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