Why study in New Zealand at Waikato University?
University of Waikato is known as the most friendly university in the country of peace and happiness New Zealand. The quality-of-study environment plus well-designed programs for students has led to approximately 3,000 international students from more than 80 countries around the world.
Established in 1964, Waikato is located in Hamilton, New Zealand's fourth-largest city. Over the past three years, the school has been honored with a 1.1% QS World University Rankings ranking in the world's best universities. The school's hospitality management is ranked 24th, the 51st in the world.
Many of our majors are top-ranked in New Zealand's university systems such as Business Administration, Communications, Journalism and Mass Communication, Mathematics, Chemistry, Education, Biology, Ecology. Studying, Computer Science, Music, Arts of Literature and Fine Art ...
The facility is well invested
The campus has up to 60 acres with modern facilities from science labs, lecture halls, computer labs, labs and libraries. The university's library of more than 500,000 books is a treasure trove of knowledge and value to serve the needs of learning and discovery of students.
Waikato also collaborates with more than 120 research institutes, with support programs and exchanges of teachers and students from around the world.
With its 7 schools and faculties, Waikato University has seven colleges and departments, including:
- School of Social Sciences and Humanities
- School of Computer Science and Mathematics
- Normal school
- Law School
- Waikato School of Management
- Maori and Pacific Development School
- School of Science and Technology
University of Waikato is located in Hamilton - New Zealand's 4th largest city.
Research goes hand in hand with the application
One of the hallmarks of Wakaito University is environmental planning that includes both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. This is a multidisciplinary program and many applications into practice. Waikato has an intimate partnership with Hamilton City Council in creating city space. Around Hamilton has established a well-protected system for the largest river in the North Island, the Waikato River, and the University of Waikato contributed greatly to this success.
If you are intending to study in New Zealand with any of the applied majors at the University of Waikato, go to the school counselor's office and you will be met directly by the teachers to answer questions.
Dedicated support services
The school offers a wide range of services to assist students in the preparation of a thesis, FASS Teaching Aids Service, and Academic Exchange Student. These services help students discuss ideas, prepare simulation presentations, and even revise their final papers before submitting them.
In addition, the library organizes many workshops to help students study. Finally, the school has a career development department that prepares graduates to apply for jobs before graduation.
Great river style
After 5 pm the stores were closed. Even in Vietnam and many other countries around the world, the nightlife is quite bustling. But New Zealanders love time and want to spend quality time with their family after 5 hours. This is great!
Hamilton has about 200,000 inhabitants. Everything is very convenient. Little traffic. Clean Air. Free water. Everyone is relaxed and relaxed. Kiwi people often go barefoot to the market in the hot season.
Although Hamilton is a small city, the way to live is good with a wide variety of entertainment options. For example, the Hamilton Gardens are full of beautiful flowers with fascinating landscape architectures such as Tudor Gardens, Chinese Gardens and Japanese Gardens. In September there is a national boat race between New Zealand's national universities every year on the Waikato River and it's a big event in Hamilton.
In the central business district, there are many restaurants, coffee shops, coffee shops and bars at reasonable prices but the service is decent. Some restaurants discount on weekends. Hamilton also has a night market every Saturday night, where you can enjoy international food at reasonable prices.
For those who like adventure, the suburban Hamilton is 50 minutes by car to Raglan, or 90 minutes to Tauranga for great surfing; Or you can go hiking in the forest, or hike around Waikato.
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