Student advice and support
All Bachelor of Engineering with Honours students are paired with a staff mentor who helps them review their progress and acts as a general confidante for both personal and course-related problems. Students also have access to many other support people within the department and College.
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Exemptions from course prerequisities
Please note: If you are applying for exemption from a course prerequisite you need to complete an Exemption from a Prerequisite Application form.
Enrolment and course changes
If you need assistance with enrolment or course changes, contact the director of studies for your year level.
UC offers a range of support services for students with disabilities including the Disability Resource Service. Mechanical Engineering's Advisor to Students with Disabilities also offers advice and assistance.
Class representives serve as a link between the Department and its students. Primarily, they interact with the Directors of Studies for their Professional Year.
First Professional Year representatives 2019
Second Professional Year representatives 2019
Third Professional Year representatives 2019
Find out more about Practical Work requirements for the BE (Hons) degree.
For general inquiries contact the College's Practical Work Coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about our workshop facilities. For more information about the requirements for workshop training contact the Workshop Training Team Leader.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Contact our staff for information about computer access and availability.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of our staff and students. Contact our department Safety Officer for further advice or information or consult UC's Health and Safety policy guidelines.
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- The College of Engineering expects all of its students to 'treat people with respect and courtesy' (Code of Ethical Conduct, EngNZ).
- This is an ethical responsibility. It also applies to student-to-student interactions.
- We do not tolerate:
- Harrassment of any kind (including physical, electronic, or verbal bullying) involving staff, students or visitors, whether on or off campus. Harrassment can be defined as unwelcome, unsolicited and unreciprocated behaviour by a person or group that may offend, humiliate, or intimidate another, and interferes with a person's right to work or study in a non-threatening environment.
- Unwanted physical intimate attention
- Persistent or reckless disregard of this ethical obligation can have serioius consequences (including exclusion)
- We expect students to respect the rights of others and contribute positively to a culture of respect and courtesy for others.
If you have a complaint relating to a staff member, student or visitor, the normal procedure would be:
- make an informal approach to the Head of Department.
- If you wish to discuss the matter informally (without formalising the complaint), the University Grievance Coordinator can offer advice on options available for an informal resolution.
- Students wishing to make a formal allegation of harassment should visit the University complaint website and contact the University Grievance Coordinator.
- Further information is available in the University Harassment Policy (University Policy Library)
If you have a problem relating to an academic matter, you are encouraged to discuss the problem initially with the member of staff concerned. If you feel uncomfortable about doing this or are unable to resolve the problem satisfactorily, you may seek assistance from your Professional Year Director of Studies or from the Head of Department. You can also seek the support of your Class Representative.
We encourage students to resolve their problem within the Department. Go to UC's process, rights and responsibilities webpage or the Appeals and Grievances Regulations in UC Calendar for more information.
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