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The Trading Room

14 June 2019

The University of Canterbury (UC) Business School has achieved EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) accreditation.


Israel Cooper Thought Leadership

10 June 2019

Israel Cooper, Director and Founder at Buildtech Group gave a talk at the latest UC Business School Thought Leadership series. He spoke about making a difference in business by focusing on people, values, and collaboration vs competition.


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10 June 2019

A 23-year-old Commerce graduate may be the youngest woman to have earned her doctorate in the University of Canterbury’s almost 150-year history.


Canterbury Tech

10 June 2019

UCE was packed to the brim as attendee’s from all over the Canterbury Tech sector came to hear what UC students and researchers are up to.


Logikcull 90 minute case competition

27 May 2019

UCE was humming with entrepreneurial ideas on Wednesday night with an excited group of students taking part in second UCE Deloitte 90 Minute Business Case Competition for 2019.


Ingemar negotiation dynamics workshop

21 May 2019

As a part of UCE’s partnership with the Institute of Directors, three students involved in the UCE community were fortunate to attend an Institute of Directors negotiation workshop presented by Ingemar Dierickx. Ingemar is an expert in negotiation and holds a PhD in Business Economics from Harvard University.


Women in Finance symposium

17 May 2019

The beginning of May saw the second Women in Finance (WiF) symposium, hosted by the UC Business School, Department of Economics and Finance together with the UC Investment Society.


48 Hour Health Challenge Mentor

17 May 2019

Over the weekend, an energetic group of 23 University of Canterbury and University of Otago students challenged themselves to solve some of the pressing issues facing the Health sector in Canterbury and New Zealand, at the third UCE disrupt challenge for 2019.


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10 May 2019

University of Canterbury Economist and Director of Business Taught Masters, Stephen Hickson explains why the Reserve Bank is heading into new territory with the cut to the OCR, and what impact it could have.


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10 May 2019

On 8th May, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) announced a cut to the Official Cash Rate. University of Canterbury Economist and Director of Business Taught Masters, Stephen Hickson, explains what that means and what impact it could have.


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UCE summer students week 4

12 December 2018

Student ventures gained further traction this week with a focus on testing ideas for tangibility and talking to potential customers.