University of Canterbury: Christchurch, New Zealand

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  • Canterbury's programmes in Engineering are ranked first in New Zealand (The NZ Government's Tertiary Education Commission's latest Performance Based R... more >

  • The MEngSt caters for professional engineers seeking advanced technical training. more >

  • Top Programmes, Magic Location. The academic study of Maori language and society has become an increasingly popular degree option as a result of changing government policy and social attitudes. Careers have opened up in areas such as... more >

  • Staff from UC's Department of Chemistry and School of Biological Sciences bring a unique blend of skills and expertise to Biochemistry at our institution. The result is an exciting curriculum and a vibrant research environment. Please... more >

  • Philosophy at Canterbury has a notable history. Sir Karl Popper, Arthur Prior, Michael Shorter, and Bob Stoothoff were once teachers in the department, and many of our past students have gone on to make excellent careers for themselves in the field o... more >

  • The goal of the Medical Physics programme (the only such programme in New Zealand) is to educate qualified graduates in the knowledge and skills required of a physicist practising in a hospital or other relevant institution, providing a formal academ... more >

  • The University of Canterbury is the only New Zealand university with a dedicated forestry department. Internationally recognised, our postgraduate programme is underpinned by the disciplines of Science, Commerce and Engineering and covers a wide rang... more >

  • UC's English department is a vibrant centre of teaching, learning and research. The department is well-known for its strong representation of courses covering New Zealand, Australian, and postcolonial literatures at postgraduate level. more >

  • UC's Chemistry Department is well equipped with technology of an international standard. Nuclear magnetic resonance, electron spin resonance, mass spectrometers, X-ray diffraction as well as laser and computer facilities are available to all research... more >

  • Postgraduate study in the area of Computer Security and Forensics has been introduced in order to provide specialised study for those students with an... more >

  • With amazing growth in a relatively young profession, the postgraduate programme in Speech and Language Therapy offers clinicians an opportunity to develop recognised specialisation in a focused area of practice, enhance their clinical and supervisor... more >

  • UC's American Studies programme offers an array of courses and research opportunities that study the society and culture of the United States, and is currently the only American Studies postgraduate programme in New Zealand. Through studying the past... more >

  • The latest Tertiary Education Commission's Performance Based Research Fund quality assessment ranked Canterbury's programmes in Engineering and Technology first in New Zealand, with the Chemical and Process Engineering ranked as the top academic depa... more >

  • UC's Law School is housed in a modern, well-equipped building that is home to lecture theatres, tutorial rooms, seminar rooms and contains the Law Library, with its extensive collection of legal resources and helpful staff. There are around 50 studen... more >

  • UC features a Natural Hazards Research Centre and has the only dedicated Engineering Geology programme in the country. Geologically, New Zealand is one of the most active regions of the world as our volcanoes, earthquakes and breathtaking scenery tes... more >

  • The Department of Management's wide-ranging programmes allow students to specialise in one or more of Strategy and International Business, Organisational Leadership and Development, Management Science (Operations Management and Operations Research) a... more >

  • Canterbury's programmes in Foreign Languages and Linguistics are ranked first in New Zealand (The NZ Government's Tertiary Education Commission's latest Performance Based Research Fund quality assessment), with the Linguistics programme at Canterbury... more >

  • Gender Studies at UC is an interdisciplinary programme taught by staff from various Schools and Departments in the College of Arts. Gender Studies strongly supports the idea that how students learn is as important as what they learn, and is committed... more >

  • The University of Canterbury offers New ZealandÆs only dedicated programme in Astronomy. The department offers a vigorous and exciting programme of teaching and research using state of the art facilities as part of its core work. The Department... more >

  • Canterbury's programmes in Engineering are ranked first in New Zealand (The NZ Government's Tertiary Education Commission's latest Performance Based Research Fund quality assessment). UC's Civil Engineering department comprises a total staff of fifty... more >

  • UC's Masters degrees in International Law and Politics are 12-month qualifications that are partly taught and partly research based, and examine the international order from two distinct perspectives: law and politics. They provide a good foundation... more >

  • UC's Master of Engineering Management Programme is endorsed by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) as a quality continuing p... more >

  • Located in Christchurch, New Zealand (the primary international stepping stone to the Antarctic), Gateway Antarctica is the centre for Antarctic studies and research at the University of Canterbury. The centre offers teaching and supervision (includi... more >

  • Canterbury's programmes in Engineering are ranked first in New Zealand (The NZ Government's Tertiary Education Commission's latest Performance Based Research Fund quality assessment). UC's mechanical engineering department has an establishment of 20... more >