The Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM) was established in 1999.
It’s about the shaking, and the struggles, the chaos and creativity.
UCE aims to stimulate the development of entrepreneurs through research, teaching and community engagement.
COMNAP is the international association, formed in 1988.
UC Chaplaincy service offers pastoral and practical support regardless of someone’s background or beliefs.
The Confucius Institute at UC was the second to be established in New Zealand and the first in the South Island.
UC has a comprehensive emergency management policy, protocols and structure in place.
Entré is a student-run company at the University of Canterbury, inspiring students to aspire to excel in the business world.
The GeoHealth Laboratory undertakes applied research in health geography, spatial epidemiology and GIS.
Contact the IT Service Desk using the Self Service Portal, by phone or in person for help with IT issues.
The MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology is a national network of materials scientists.
NZi3 connects the ICT research resources of the University of Canterbury with industry.
The Psychology Centre is the clinical psychology training and research centre for the Clinical Psychology Programme at the UC.
The Outreach Programme based in UC's College of Science encourages young people to study science.
UC's sculpture trail is a free on-line resource which profiles some of the sculptures on campus.
Log into the your existing assessment or survey using the links below. You will need to have your user code and password ready.
The University offers a wide selection of undergraduate, postgraduate and preparatory courses in a range of subjects over summer (November-February).
All students with interests in sustainability are encouraged to get active and join a campus-based club with relevant environmental and/or social interests
If you are a UC traveller click here to access UC's Essential Travel Information.
Building enduring relationships with our alumni and friends is vital for the future of UC.
UC HPC improves New Zealand's IT skills and research capability and provides vital infrastructure.
UCIC is just the beginning of your journey to the world class University of Canterbury.
It is a 10-year, unsubordinated, unsecured, fixed rate bond with philanthropic options.
Our digital archive stores content related to the Canterbury earthquakes and is part of the CEISMIC programme.
The University Council is responsible for the governance of UC and the appointment of the Vice-Chancellor.
The activities of the university are aligned with its plans, policies and regulations.