News | Sep 2nd, 2021

Free courses for NZ Resident who have not been in NZ for 3 years

Domestic Students who are RESIDENTS (under 3 years) can study for FREE through the Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF) Resident Holder students require 3…

News | Sep 2nd, 2021

NCEA dates moved back by two weeks

The dates for end of year NCEA and NZ Scholarship exams are to be moved back by two weeks, due to the disruption COVID-19 has…

News | Sep 2nd, 2021

Free online Tutoring for Y11-13s in Maths & Physics (UoA Women in Engineering)

We hope you are staying safe and well during this lockdown. We are continuing our free drop-in sessions for Maths & Physics help online. Starting…

News | Sep 2nd, 2021

Temporary change to University and Polytech enrolment and scholarship application processes

Universities and Te Pūkenga (the new organisation for all NZ polytechnics) have adapted their enrolment and scholarship application processes in light of Alert Level 4.…

News | Sep 2nd, 2021

Student Volunteer Army helping people get vaccinated

The Student Volunteer Army has teamed up with the Canterbury DHB to help during the vaccination roll-out and is busy assisting medics at the Whānau…

News | Aug 31st, 2021

ERGO Engineering Scholarship

Ergo Engineering Scholarship The Ergo Engineering Scholarship has been established to help promote the study of electrical engineering in New Zealand and to encourage and…

News | Aug 31st, 2021

Get a student’s perspective on university

Thinking of going to university next year and want to know what it’s really like? You can now chat with current Te Whare Wānanga o…

News | Aug 31st, 2021

First female winner of physics medal

University of Canterbury Physics Professor Jenni Adams became the first woman to win the prestigious Dan Walls Medal last month when the New Zealand Institute…

News | Aug 25th, 2021

This Week in History: First woman in British Empire achieves honours degree

The first woman in the British Empire to receive an honours degree was UC legend Helen Connon when her Master of Arts was conferred in…

News | Aug 25th, 2021

Business sector welcomes NZ’s new sustainability degree

Business leaders are welcoming Aotearoa New Zealand’s first undergraduate sustainability degree, saying the sector is crying out for more expertise as it faces new targets…