Event management students from Waikato Management School have partnered up with Midland Trauma System (MTS) to teach parents and kids about how to reduce the risk of fall-related injuries at home or school.
Ellyse Bowen: BCS graduate
Bachelor of Communication Studies , 2016
Marketing and Public Relations
BAP students impress at Oceania conference
10 May 2017
Two of our Waikato students recently attended the Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) Oceania Regional Conference, hosted by BAP's University of Sydney chapter.
Ella McDonald ready to make a splash in HR
10 May 2017
Ella McDonald has been appointed as Waikato University's new student ambassador for the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ).
Agribusiness student Beth Hampton will attend a global summit in Belgium this October to discuss ideas for how to feed the world's growing population.
Research seminar: 'A research journey through time and space'
05 May 2017 | Starts on: 12 May 2017 01: 00 p.m.
Join us for a research seminar on 12 May with Professor Israr Qureshi, whose research is focused on sustainability and its positive impact on businesses and society.
Cathy Prendergast (MBA) leads the way in dairy community
19 April 2017
Master of Business Administration , 2018
Waikato Management School will host New Zealand’s first Tourism Monitoring Observatory, which reports to the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO).
Bachelor of Management Studies , 1988
Red Sofa: Waikato Innovation - The Untold Stories
12 April 2017 | Starts on: 02 April 2017 05: 30 p.m.
Come and join some of the Waikato's most successful business leaders, including WMS alumna Rachael Adams, SODA Inc's head of operations and projects, for a 2 May panel discussion on innovation in business.
Waikato scores high in Global MBA Rankings 2017
06 April 2017
Not all MBAs are created equal. Waikato Management School is thrilled to have achieved Tier One status in CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings 2017.
New supply chain specialist arrives at Waikato
04 April 2017
Dr Cecile L'Hermitte is a new lecturer in supply chain management at Waikato Management School.
Business guru honoured at Waikato alumni awards
30 March 2017
Mark Wilson, the UK’s 2016 New Zealander of the Year, is one of three University of Waikato distinguished alumni being celebrated in Hamilton tomorrow night.
Public talk: Food policy and governance
27 March 2017 | Starts on: 05 April 2017 01: 00 p.m.
The world is facing major challenges when it comes to sustainable food production. Join us on 5 April for an international research presentation on agri-food policy, in the context of environmental impacts, public health outcomes and social justice.
Agribusiness seminar: Red Meat Network
20 March 2017 | Starts on: 22 March 2017 05: 30 p.m.
Those with a keen interest in sheep and beef farming are invited to a free seminar hosted by the Red Meat Network on 22 March. The guest speaker is Professor Patrick Aldwell, a former hill country shepherd, scientist, and dean of commerce.
Professor of Economics John Gibson is behind a new set of international guidelines for measuring how many people regularly go hungry in developing countries.
Staff excellence recognised at WMS Dean's Awards
17 March 2017
Two outstanding staff from Waikato Management School were honoured at the annual Dean's Awards on 16 March.
Waikato Management School's business subjects are ranked in the world’s top 250 universities, according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017.
World expert on 'servant leadership' to speak at Waikato Management School
10 March 2017 | Starts on: 28 March 2017 01: 00 p.m.
Companies that adopt a 'servant leadership' style are more innovative and successful, and have happier employees who love coming to work, says visiting scholar Dr Robert Liden, who will give a public talk on 28 March.
Digital marketing lecturer Dr Roy Larke explains why Japan will be the global leader in e-commerce, and how New Zealand retailers can learn from their success. He was one of 50 global experts invited to speak at this year's CLSA Japan Forum in Tokyo.