Connect with like-minded students and engage with a variety of opportunities through UC Centre for Entrepreneurship's (UCE's) five student-run clubs.
These clubs offer a range of competitions, seminars, workshops, internships, consultancy projects, and more to help you develop transferable skills.
Entré fosters an entrepreneurial spirit in students by providing them with competitions, workshops and networking opportunities to enable them to make their business ideas a reality. Entré's premier competition is the $85K Startup Challenge, in which entrants receive mentorship to develop their venture idea and win $85K of prizes.
180 Degrees Consulting Canterbury
180 Degrees Consulting is a student run charity that allows students to work in teams on consulting projects with non-profits. This allows developing NGOs access to high quality volunteer consultancy services, while developing real-world skills in their student consultants.
Global China Connection (GCC) Canterbury
GCC Canterbury is a student-run, non-profit organisation at UC that aims to provide students with China-related opportunities including competitions, internships and workshops. In a world increasingly connected to China, GCC connects future leaders from all nations and assist them in developing the skills and connections necessary to succeed both in China and internationally.
Latin America New Zealand Society (LANZSOC)
LANZSOC is a club to connect students of the University of Canterbury and those from Latin America who wish to engage in business opportunities, strengthen cultural awareness and build long-lasting relationships.
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
UC Women in Business
UC Women in Business provides students with opportunities to improve their capabilities and confidence, and create connections with like-minded people. Women in Business run a range of practical workshops during the year as well as social events designed to allow members to get to know each other.