New rankings show Waikato having a real impact
The latest Times Higher Education Impact Rankings have confirmed the University of Waikato is delivering on its promise to provide forward thinking, world changing research and education.Read more
Amotai partner with Te Waka to create opportunities for the Waikato Māori and Pasifika business community
Amotai will continue their partnership in 2022 with Te Waka, the business-led and governed organisation established to drive economic growth in the Waikato, with the common goal of development for Māori and Pasifika businesses in the Waikato region.
Kiwi Chef Haedyn Woollaston Brings His Passion Back Home
Head Chef of Ernest Haedyn Woollaston is excited to bring his passion for showcasing seasonal produce from Australia to Hamilton.
Growth in school leavers, enrolments back to pre lockdown levels
A boost in the number of students gaining University Entrance in 2021 has translated to increased numbers of school leavers heading to the University of Waikato in 2022.
2022 New Zealand Economics Forum- Dealing with Covid's long tail
The 2022 New Zealand Economics Forum will bring together an outstanding lineup of top economists, policymakers, business and social leaders, and public sector officials.
Waikato Economic Radar Oct-Dec 2021
We are writing this summary on Valentine’s Day, as the gift that is Omicron really starts to show its bite. It is no longer just a covid story. We have largely dodged the health bullet to date. But the reality of Omicron, and rapidly accelerating exposures, close contacts, and impact on businesses ability to keep their doors open is now palpable.
New Player Launches into the New Zealand Electric Vehicle Charging Market
Just launched, Hikotron’s EV charging stations are now available for public use at Waikato Innovation Park. A locally designed and manufactured smart charging solution, Hikotron has bold plans to roll out this technology throughout New Zealand.
University of Waikato launches a strategic partnership with Cardiff University in Wales
The University of Waikato has launched a strategic partnership with Cardiff University in Wales, designed to deliver world class collaborative research and opportunities for researchers, staff and students.
When we roll as a whānau we move as one
When Peter Rameka signed up for pre-trade TIG welding training before completing his Trade Certificate at Waikato Polytechnic 20 years ago, he found it “hard and culturally uncomfortable”. He got through the tough times by listening to his father who said, “just put your head down and make a change later”.
BOON takes the vibrance online with a lineup that’s all local
BOON takes the vibrance online with a lineup that’s all local.
Te Waka Economic Radar Q3 2021
The Waikato region is better off than most. But it’s time to be bold and embrace change as pressures consolidate. Anticipated growth in the region is creating a talent shortage - turbo charging opportunities for skilled Aucklanders looking for good jobs, education and a better quality of life.
Waikato Management School Ranked #1 in New Zealand
The University of Waikato Management School has been ranked number one in New Zealand for Business and Economics in the 2022 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings.
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