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Annual reports

26 July 2023

Highlights of UC's latest annual report include record numbers of total, Māori, and Pasifika students. Learn more and access our latest annual report.

2022 Annual Report
2021 Annual Report

Key highlights:

  • Record numbers of total students (22,734), Māori students (2,236) and Pasifika (670) students.
  • Continued high measures of teaching quality (90%) and the proportion of graduates in employment or further study (95.3%).
  • A continued increase in the number of research outputs, external research income, and the number of research degree completions.
  • Total group revenue of $434 million, a consolidated operating deficit of $31m, and capital investment of $44m.
UC Annual Report 2022 cover

Key highlights:

  • A headcount of 20,919 students enrolled, including record numbers of Māori and Pasifika students.
  • Improvements in students’ assessment of Teaching Quality and the Quality of their Entire Educational Experience.
  • Securing more than $100m in research funding, with a particular focus on the green economy.
  • The establishment of Kā Waimaero | Office of Treaty Partnership, further growing the relationship between UC and mana whenua.
  • A group operating surplus of $19m.
Annual Report 2021

UC Annual Report 2022

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UC Annual Report 2021

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2020 Annual Report
2019 Annual Report

Key highlights:

  • A headcount of 18,771 students enrolled
  • 3,644 students graduated
  • UC has 1,395 academic staff as part of an overall workforce of 3,373
  • UC, Ngāi Tahu and Ngāi Tūāhuriri establish the Māori Futures Academy – Tokona Te Raki
  • Te Waka Pākākano | Office of the Assistant Vice-Chancellor Māori, Pacific and Equity established in May 2020.
Annual Report 2020

UC Annual Report 2020

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Key highlights:

  • A headcount of 18,364 students enrolled
  • 3,644 students graduated
  • UC has 1,909 staff

The year 2019 was a turning point for the University. In January we farewelled our former Tumu Whakarae | Vice-Chancellor (VC), Dr Rod Carr, who led the University through the earthquake response and initial recovery.

In February we welcomed Professor Cheryl de la Rey as our new VC, who joined us following nine years as VC at the University of Pretoria in South Africa.

Annual Report 2019

UC Annual Report 2019

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