1 May 2019
One student, three specialties
All-rounder Caitlin Langlands receives a special award.
19 December 2018
The First AECOM David A. Burns Award Announced
In 2018, AECOM (a premier New Zealand and international company that designs, builds, finances and operates infrastructure assets, including on the University of Waikato campus) established an award to commemorate the contributions made by the late David Andrew Burns and to encourage graduate students into a career in engineering geology.
10 December 2018
First-in-family scholarship means study down town for Bayley Brown
Bayley Brown is set to follow her childhood dream of becoming a teacher when she studies a Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) at the University of Waikato in Tauranga next year. She'll do so as an inaugural recipient of a Tauranga Campus First-in-Family Scholarship.
26 September 2018
New squash scholarship served up to Tauranga student
Tauranga student Ben Grindrod is the inaugural recipient of the University of Waikato Squash Scholarship.
7 September 2018
New opportunities for East Coast students
Studying at the University of Waikato has just become a lot more accessible for students on the East Coast region of Te Kaha to Te Araroa, thanks to the new Frank and Alma Kemp Scholarship.
13 July 2018
Generous scholarships up for grabs at new Tauranga campus
The future looks bright for tertiary students opting to study in the Bay, thanks to a new series of scholarships generously donated by the Tauranga Tertiary Campus Charitable Trust (TTCCT).
28 June 2018
University of Waikato’s rankings rise in Asia-Pacific
Continuing our strong performance in international rankings, the University of Waikato has risen to #65 in the Times Higher Education’s measure for the Asia-Pacific region.
27 June 2018
Scholarship to unlock secrets of climate change
Master of Science (Research) student Ingrid Lindeman was recently awarded the William Georgetti Scholarship to assist her climate change research quest.
25 June 2018
PhD student scores new scholarship to support elite rugby athletes
PhD student Conor McNeill may be specialising in fatigue monitoring in rugby union but there’ll be no rest for him as he embarks on three years of study. He's the inaugural recipient of the University of Waikato – Bay of Plenty Rugby Union Doctoral Scholarship.