UC’s Strategic Vision 2020 to 2030
28 November 2019
2019 the University of Canterbury (UC) took the first steps towards establishing a new strategic plan to carry us forward to our milestone 150th anniversary, and beyond.
2019 has been a significant year for the University of Canterbury | Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha (UC). Professor Cheryl de la Rey was welcomed to UC as Vice-Chancellor | Tumu Whakarae in February and the first steps towards establishing a new strategic plan to carry us forward to our milestone 150th anniversary, and beyond were taken.
The recently launched UC Strategic Vision 2020 to 2030 – Tangata Tū, Tangata Ora can be viewed here.
The Strategy has one central theme of engagement and three main areas of focus – education, people and research and UC is committed to becoming more sustainable and continuing to make an impact on the world stage through teaching, learning and research innovations.
The Strategy affirms UC’s commitment to enabling staff and students to create and contribute knowledge for a better society and encourage an attitude of lifelong learning through flexible degree options, and locally relevant research with a global impact. It also highlights our commitment to support the community and wellbeing of all.
You are invited to read and download the UC Strategy and share the link with your community.
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