Wednesday 3 October is your chance to find out about our postgraduate study programmes, research opportunities and scholarships.
In 2019 we will open our new campus in the heart of Tauranga city, offering students a greater range of qualifications and study options.
Come along to one of our regional information sessions and chat to our friendly staff about the study options available to you at Waikato.
Each year the University of Waikato invites applications for the position of Writer in Residence.
Researchers have been overwhelmed by the huge response to Counting Ourselves, a community-led survey on the health and wellbeing of trans and non-binary people.
In her latest blog post, Dr Alison Campbell urges scientists and conservation workers to continue to talk about the use of 1080 in a constructive way.
Festivities have marked the 10th anniversary of Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato Kīngitanga Day, and 160 years of the Kīngitanga Movement.
Dr Reuben Steff is looking at how Artificial Intelligence is going to have immense implications for New Zealand’s national security.
Tanzanian PhD students Godlove Kyakwe and Mohamed Msoroka have made a big impact on the Faculty of Education in their time at the University of Waikato.
It's official; Dr Donella Cobb is an excellent tertiary teacher.
University of Waikato academics have been awarded funding for a broad range of major research projects.
University of Waikato researchers have been awarded funding to investigate new ways of reducing earthquake damage in a large number of essential buildings, including hospitals.
Alumna Erin Sims is taking on a traditionally male dominated industry.
Waikato University’s been at the pumping heart of the region’s contributions to Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, and in the running to be part of the country’s top Te Reo town.
Dr Dan Weijers is looking at how to deal with the public rejection of new potentially life-saving technologies.
Three University of Waikato graduates are the driving force behind an innovative project to provide every Waikato Year 7 student with a micro:bit computer.
Rotorua Hillary Scholar Arapeta Paea is determined to retrieve and nurture the language lost to three generations of his family.