Ngā Hui | Events

Graduands

Nau mai, tauti mai ki Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha.

Eke Panuku | UC Māori Orientation

This online event is a chance for new students and whānau to be welcomed to UC, meet with staff from Te Waka Pākākāno | Office of the Assistant Vice-Chancellor Māori, Pacific and Equity and find out more about the university and services for ākonga Māori (Māori students).

We would have loved to have met kanohi te kanohi, but we will have to wait until we return to the orange light setting.

We look forward to meeting you and your whānau on our Eke Panuku online Zoom session being held on Thursday 17th February 2022, 1pm to 2pm.

Link: https://canterbury.zoom.us/j/97663404848 

 

Tōia Mai | UC Māori noho marae

Te Waka Pākākano | the Office of the AVC Māori, Pacific & Equity invite you to attend Tōia mai tuatahi, a two-day fun-filled noho at Wheke, Rapaki Marae. Whether this is your first time on a marae or your hundredth, this noho marae is an awesome opportunity to engage in a whole lot of activities with other ākonga Māori and Kaiurungi (Māori support staff).

 

Eke Tangaroa | Celebration for Māori graduates and graduands

Important Update - 16 May 2022

 Eke Tangaroa Celebration- Thursday 1st September 2022

Students eligible to graduate in December 2021 and April 2022 have been sent the following information:

What are the options?

  1. Apply to graduate through myUC and choose to attend Graduation celebrations in August 2022 (between 29 – 31 August*)
  2. Apply to graduate through myUC and choose to graduate in absentia only (will not attend an in-person Graduation celebration in August, the qualification certificate will be sent to student)

Students will be able to apply to graduate through myUC later this month, please check the UC Graduation webpage for information on when applications open.

*Faculty Graduation celebration dates will be announced shortly after applications close, please note these can be subject to change.