Our mission statement: Globally connected, we will grow through our inspirational teaching and innovative research, and become one of the top ten engineering Faculties in the Southern Hemisphere by 2023.
The Faculty of Engineering is a Founding Partner of the Diversity Agenda.
An Engineering degree from UC is internationally recognised, allowing graduates to work all over the world. Our broad range of postgraduate specialist qualifications are designed to meet industry demand and graduates are sought after locally and internationally.
Some schools within the Faculty of Engineering are interdisciplinary. With maths a crucial element of most degrees, the college hosts the School of Mathematics and Statistics. We are also home to the School of Forestry and students may study for a BE (Hons) specialising in Forest Engineering, or a Bachelor of Forestry Science depending on their interests.
Engineering is about problem solving, creative thinking and applying new technology and ideas to our physical world.
Our researchers are known worldwide and with $142 million spent on upgrades our facilities are state of the art.
All BE(Hons) students begin with the Engineering First Year before selecting their discipline.
Our School of Forestry offers the only professional forestry degree programmes in New Zealand.
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Jessie Winder is a Civil Engineering graduate now working for WSP Opus NZ. She shares her UC journey.
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