Source: University of Waikato
The heart of Tauranga’s Central Business District was buzzing last Friday, as hundreds of high school students attended Open Day at the University of Waikato’s Tauranga campus.
The whirl of erg bikes filled the central atrium, as students raced against each other in the health, sport and wellbeing zone, monitored by sports researchers from the University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance.
Over in the culture and society zone, lecturers and students talked about study options and career pathways and, nearby, a giant Jenga game was in full swing.
Upstairs, on the second and third floors, a number of mini lectures were being held on a range of topics in accounting and finance, psychology, marketing and strategic management, philosophy, engineering, education, social work and Māori and Indigenous studies.