2021 Annual Report
- 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.
2020 Annual Report
2020 was a year of extraordinary challenges for the University of Canterbury (UC), as it was for many, yet we found many new opportunities and fast-forwarded plans to provide a more accessible, flexible education for our students, while contributing innovative research to the fight against Covid-19.
The UC community showed commitment and innovation as we navigated the unpredictability of the year, all while affirming our commitment to high-quality learning, teaching and research.
Despite the impact of closed borders, leading to a fall in international enrolments, UC’s efforts across the board meant the University can report a deficit of just $575,000 for 2020.
University of Canterbury 2020 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.
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