30 January 2023
Leaders need to be responsive and agile in uncertain times and a unique, new scholarship is offering three outstanding Canterbury businesspeople the opportunity to upskill and learn from influential mentors in their fields.
17 January 2023
While most people are taking it easy over the summer break, a University of Canterbury student is gearing up to swim 300km around a South Island lake, making a splash for mental health.
12 December 2022
It’s Graduation time in Ōtautahi Christchurch with 2000 University of Canterbury graduates celebrating successfully completing their studies this week in full regalia.
08 December 2022
Economics alumnus, John Small (BA(Hon) 1990, PhD 1992) has been appointed Chair of the Commerce Commission in Wellington.
07 December 2022
Ten academic staff members have received promotions, including four new Professors and one Associate Professor.
05 December 2022
For Hannah Ensor, starting university as an adult was a daunting prospect, but the UC experience has provided her with fresh career opportunities and helped her launch a startup, bookitin.
01 December 2022
Exceptional Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury (UC) teachers who students describe as “life-altering”, “energetic” and “inspiring”, have been honoured with prestigious awards.
01 December 2022
Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury celebrated seventeen newly appointed professors at the staff celebration Hui Whakamānawa | Celebrating Excellence this Wednesday.
25 November 2022
On The Conversation, experts including University of Canterbury Associate Professor Huibert Peter de Vries and Dr Nadeera Ranabahu say refugees need more help to settle in NZ.
10 November 2022
Three stellar young traders came out on top at the University of Canterbury Trading Challenge, hosted by CMC Markets in association with the UC Investment Society.
09 November 2022
Only worry if you need to sell, says University of Canterbury Director Business Taught Masters Programme Stephen Hickson in a new article on The Conversation.
26 October 2022
Business and Economics subjects at Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | the University of Canterbury (UC) have increased their global ranking to 126-150 in the Times Higher Education (THE) Subject Rankings released today.
18 October 2022
The UCE Summer Startup Programme is back again for another year
17 October 2022
Over 150 Canterbury business leaders came together last Wednesday evening to listen to panellists discuss Leading During Complex Times at the UC MBA Thought Leadership Series presented by the UC Business School and Brannigans Recruitment.
12 October 2022
In a new article on The Conversation, University of Canterbury Dr Moritz Wagner questions if there really is a 'Halloween effect' on share markets.
11 October 2022
The University of Canterbury hosted this year's MBA Case Competition and claimed the first place prize.
23 August 2022
On The Conversation, Associate Professor Bernard Walker investigates if the demands of striking firefighters calling for systemic change are too hot to handle for NZ employment law.
12 August 2022
The 2022 Future of Health Challenge, held with the support Te Papa Hauora and Pegasus Health, saw students from UC, Ara, and Otago University collaborating to tackle some of the challenges facing us in Aotearoa as we reimagine how we “do healthcare”
12 August 2022
Philanthropy@UC A new scholarship has been established to recognise the significant contributions by Frank Tay during his 40-year tenure at Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury.
10 August 2022
Stuttering, swallowing problems and the risk of landslides have emerged as the stand-out topics in a fast-paced University of Canterbury competition for postgraduate students.
04 August 2022
On The Conversation, Senior Lecturer of Economics Stephen Agnew shares insights from a recent study that found low English literacy rates in Pasifika students a key predictor of exclusion from school.
20 July 2022
Inflation is 2022's boogeyman. On The Conversation, University of Canterbury Director of Business Taught Masters Stephen Hickson discusses how we can help bring it down.
06 July 2022
#EFMDEQUIS reaccreditation Recent graduate Amiria Reid’s (Ngāti Porou, Te Whānau-a-Kai) love for her whakapapa, community and environment motivated her to do a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Canterbury and led her to a fulfilling job.
05 July 2022
#EFMDEQUIS reaccreditation Why do people want to visit sites of atrocities and natural disasters? It’s a question University of Canterbury’s Professor Girish Prayag has been researching in his study of dark tourism – the name given to visiting places associated with death or a difficult history.
05 July 2022
#EFMDEQUIS reaccreditation One of six students to win the University of Canterbury’s second-year award for excellence, Courtney Comley chose to study a Bachelor of Commerce at UC because of her love for maths, politics and a more equitable society. A major in Economics ticked all those boxes for her.
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