UCE Disrupt Challenge Series
At a 48 hour UCE Disrupt Challenge, you'll meet new people by working in teams to create a solution to a real-world problem posed by a partner organisation.
In just two days you'll improve your problem-solving ability, get mentored by experts and master how to present a compelling pitch. Not only will it look great on your CV - the skills you learn, the confidence you gain and the people you meet will make you glad that you seized this unique opportunity.
Plus, there's free food and prize money to be won. Sign up for the next UCE Disrupt Challenge now!
Envision tomorrow’s healthcare provision.
An entirely online Challenge for students to create social connections in an increasingly isolated world.
UCE partnered with the Christchurch City Council to provide a two-day Social Enterprise Challenge that tackled Aotearoa's carbon emissions head on.
An opportunity to develop your technical skills, business knowledge, and network with industry professionals, with the chance to represent UC at the Trans-Tasman challenge in Auckland!
Make a difference to the planet, meet new people, learn some cool stuff and have the opportunity to win cash in the process.
Hosted at Christchurch Airport, for all students interested in how digital disruption and emerging technologies would impact the future of travel.
Utilise marketing as the tool to solve problems that the Christchurch business community is facing.
Work in teams alongside experts, business mentors and the social enterprise community to come up with a solution that wow’s our judging panel.
A chance to win the Canterbury title and compete with students from across New Zealand in the National MYOB IT Challenge.
The NZTA Kaikōura Challenge is an opportunity for students to make a difference to a community in need after a disaster.
A challenge like no other, this event offers the opportunity to make a long-term difference for a Pacific nation.
This exciting national event is a fusion of business and technical analysis, driving real solutions for business problems.
The Kathmandu NZ Student Social Enterprise Challenge gives teams from tertiary institutions a wellness challenge to solve.