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14 December 2017

How does an 800-year-old English document affect modern Aotearoa New Zealand? A new book, edited by a University of Canterbury historian, is the first to explore the history of Magna Carta in our legal, political and popular culture.


13 December 2017

Dozens of University of Canterbury students are about to deepen New Zealand’s connections with Asia and Latin America after winning Prime Minister’s Scholarships.


11 December 2017

About 1300 students will graduate from the University of Canterbury this week at four ceremonies held at the Horncastle Arena in Addington.

Nic & Evie Taj Mahal

07 December 2017

Read more from Evie & Nic's experiences in India "I realised the moment I stepped out of the airport that Delhi was going to be unlike any other city I’d spent time in!"


07 December 2017

A new book, co-edited by two University of Canterbury law academics, gives a new perspective on New Zealand law and challenges the concept of judicial neutrality by offering feminist and mana wahine judgments on key cases.

uce ventures xmas wishlist

06 December 2017

As Christmas is slowly approaching, you probably need some stocking fillers, and presents for the family? We have compiled our wishlist of the perfect Christmas gifts that you can buy, which will also be supporting UCE students ventures.

Ping pong monday yarns

06 December 2017

There’s never a dull moment during the Summer Startup Programme. This week began with two intense days working in the CBD. Our students competed in teams to pitch suggestions on how a longstanding Christchurch business should tackle complications in their industry.

Ping pong monday yarns

06 December 2017

The energy from students continues to spark as we move through week two of the Summer Startup. This week’s theme was Customers and Purpose.

ANZ ATM machines

04 December 2017

ANZ announced Sharon Zollner is to succeed Cameron Bagrie as chief economist of ANZ.


01 December 2017

A book launch of Criminal Justice: A New Zealand Introduction edited by University of Canterbury criminologists Dr Jarrod Gilbert and Professor Greg Newbold, will include a panel discussion with six leading experts on the biggest challenges facing New Zealand's criminal justice system.

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