The University of Canterbury runs two Examination Periods in June and October/November.
The End-of-year Examinations will take place from Monday 1 November to Saturday 13 November. Please note, there are no exams on Sunday or Show Day Friday 12 November.
The Examination timetable will be released from Wednesday afternoon, 25 August.
You will not receive an e-mail with your personal timetable, at this time. To create the letter requires a very stable internet connection for 5 or more hours, which cannot be guaranteed until the Examinations Office returns on-campus.
Please make sure that you check the dates and times of your examinations carefully. Students are expected to be available to sit their exams at the dates/times scheduled unless there are reasons outside of their control (e.g. international time differences). For information see Clashes and alternative arrangements.
Students studying from off-campus will get further information shortly. If you do not receive any information, please contact the Examinations Office.
Please note that The Examination Timetable assumes that UC is operating at COVID Level 1 or 2. If we move to Level 3 or higher, the timetable will change.
Prepare for your exams
Infringement of the Examination Regulations is very serious. Please inform yourself.
If you are affected by an exam clash, alternative arrangements will be made for you.
Coping with the unexpected
There are two categories of Special Consideration, for assessment and late discontinuation.
If you miss an exam you must contact the Examinations Office as soon as possible.
If you have a temporary or permanent disability you can apply for special exam arrangements.
Get help with revision and exam preparation, stress management and other academic matters.