At UC Careers we recognise that you may have different career development needs as a posgraduate.
As well as having careers consultants available, we offer specialised seminars for postgraduate courses.
Make an appointment with a careers consultant or contact us to find out more.
A week of free seminars, workshops, and social events especially for postgrad students.
An amazing array of sessions has been organised on such topics as
• The research ethics approval process
• How to give a research presentation
• Managing stress
• Preparing for the Oral exam
• The Publication Process
View the programme and register at www.canterbury.ac.nz/support/asc/
We look forward to seeing you there.
What can I study?
The University of Canterbury offers a wide range of postgraduate and graduate qualifications through world-class resources and exciting, hands-on research opportunities.
An honours degree brings the opportunity to go deeper with a personalised study programme and to further explore and develop areas of interest in your chosen field. Students who complete an honours degree may be permitted to proceed to a PhD.
A master’s degree is a way of advancing your understanding and skill in your undergraduate major, undertaking study in a new professional area, building on the general skills acquired in an undergraduate degree, and progressing to a PhD.
A doctoral degree is the highest academic degree offered at UC. It is a research-only degree which can be completed in over 80 disciplines, carried out under academic supervision and using world class facilities.
Enhance your leadership capability and business acumen. UC offers fulltime and part-time study options to suit your work commitments and career goals.
Studying with children has never been easier. There are a wide range of childcare options at UC to suit any parent's needs.
The Postgraduate Students' Association is a UCSA-affiliated club to improve the postgraduate experience at UC.
Entry requirements for postgraduate study include academic and English language requirements.
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