13 March 2023
Scholarship enables inaugural recipient to contribute to the redevelopment of Tauranga City
University of Waikato first-year Bachelor of Engineering student Nathan Bailey is the inaugural recipient of the Tauranga Moana Futures Scholarship.
1 February 2023
Philanthropically-funded role enables Music to grow
Thanks to a philanthropically-funded position, internaitonal opera singer Madeleine Pierard has been able to set plans in motion to help grow music, particularly opera, at the University of Waikato.
26 January 2023
Ashleigh Ngow receives Dr Andrew Smith Medal for Academic Excellence
Protecting the environment has always been important to Maketū-raised Ashleigh Ngow who completed the Bachelor of Environmental Planning at the University of Waikato in October 2022 and is the recipient of the Dr Andrew Smith Medal for Academic Excellence.
16 January 2023
Scholarship established to remember alumnus and colleague Huy Vu
A scholarship has been established at the University of Waikato to remember alumnus and highly respected University staffer Huy Vu.
15 December 2022
Inaugural recipients selected for Te Pae Kōkako
Six promising opera students have been selected for the University of Waikato’s immersive Master of Music programme in Advanced Opera Studies in 2023.
13 December 2022
Scholarship helps recipient spark change for the environment
A donor-funded Master of Management Studies project at the University is set to contribute to New Zealand's circular economy, and so is its recipient Gavin Walsh.
25 November 2022
University launches Annual Appeal for 2022
The 2022 Annual Appeal is focused on supporting student scholarships, nursing graduates, and opera.
25 November 2022
New scholarship for women studying business
Leading investment specialists Craigs Investment Partners (Craigs) is committing to the next generation of women in business through a scholarship for promising female business students.
31 October 2022
New Tauranga scholarships look to the future
Two new scholarships for first year engineering and environmental science students in Tauranga aim to create new connections between students and industry in the Bay.