News & Events: Press Releases
On Friday 16 March, the University is hosting the Tauranga Study Options Fair to introduce our new Tauranga city campus, the academic programmes that will be offered and the student experience that will be unique to the beautiful Bay of Plenty.
The latest QS subject rankings have 13 University of Waikato disciplines ranked in the top 300 delivered around the world.
Leading the world in AI (26 April 2018)
Shane Legg is an expert in Artificial Intelligence and a University of Waikato Distinguished Alumni.
Waikato rowing club makes history (26 April 2018)
The University of Waikato rowing team made history at the Aon University Rowing Championships on Saturday, becoming the first and only university to beat the University of Otago in 20 years of racing.
Reconnecting over the decades on Anzac Day (24 April 2018)
Returning home to Waikato after 26 years, Miriama Ormsby has found a legacy that is resonating this Anzac Day.
Clean sweep for Social Work Honours class (23 April 2018)
Four Bachelor of Social Work students hailing from Canada, South Africa, Germany and New Zealand all graduated on Friday with First Class Honours.
Waikato student presents at World Water Justice Moot (23 April 2018)
University of Waikato student Tāwhiao McMaster travelled to Brazil last month to participate in the first World Water Justice Moot Court before the International Court of Justice.
Internationally renowned engineer calls for end to plastics pollution on World Earth Day (20 April 2018)
Professor Kim Pickering is backing her work making materials which can reduce waste plastics, with a personal commitment to the environment and a more sustainable future.
Stranger things (19 April 2018)
He’s been a teacher and youth worker, he’s a politician and musician, and now Jamie Strange is a masters scholar.