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TAP in the wild: the University of Waikato is live!

Author: Dave Musson

We are absolutely delighted to welcome our latest partner in New Zealand; the University of Waikato’s TAP Page is now live!

Waikato has two different TAP Pages running - one for domestic and one for international prospective students, making it incredibly easy for those students to quickly find and talk to the most relevant Student Ambassadors.

The University of Waikato was established in 1964, and has campuses in Hamilton and Tarunga. From the beginning, it was envisaged that Māori studies should be a key feature of the new university, and the Centre for Māori Studies and Research was set up in the School of Social Sciences in 1972.

Notable alumni include current New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and British Lions rugby union coach Warren Gatland.

If you’d like to join Waikato in harnessing the power of peer-to-peer relationships to transform your student recruitment efforts, get in touch today and book a demo of our platform - we’ll take you through everything you need to know and give you details of our three month period of free usage.

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