International Students at UC Business School
At the UC Business School, we are committed to preparing our students for successful careers in business around the world. We offer the opportunity to study business subjects in a truly multinational setting. Our students come from 70 different countries and every continent around the world. Our lecturers are from 28 different countries and have a global outlook. Our courses are benchmarked on the best in the world.
We are proud to be amongst the 1% of business schools in the world with a gold standard of Triple-Crown accreditations from EQUIS, AACSB, and AMBA. For more details on our accreditations and rankings see About the UC Business School.
Our Bachelor of Commerce offers 12 majors and is recognised internationally as the springboard to a business career.
Postgraduate study at UC offers a stimulating and challenging environment with access to internationally recognised experts.
UC has partnerships with a number of tertiary institutions around the world to provide pathways for students to study with us.
Find out about the awards available for international students who study at UC Business School.
Christchurch is a unique, vibrant city on the rise and a gateway to the South Island.
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'UC is fun. I feel a nice sense of belonging here. I get lots of support as an international student, I can access the lectures online and the campus is beautiful.'
From Viet Nam
'UC has a strong reputation for training excellent students. The campus is incredible with cutting-edge facilities, and there are a wide range of majors and activities to choose from.'
'MAFE, unlike other postgraduate programmes, focuses on building up practical skills which definitely will help me to adapt to the working environment easily.'
'At UC, you’re encouraged to ask questions if you don’t understand because the lecturers are very approachable. You can go see them in their office and they give you any help you need.'