Finalists named in UC's Entre phone app challenge

20 August 2014 An app to help children with their speech and a number of others have made it into the finals of the University of Canterbury's annual phone app competition. (read article)

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Law at UC

Law at UC

Michael Copeland talks about what he loves about studying Law at university of Canterbury and the opportunities it provides for law internships and community engagement.

Commerce at UC

Commerce at UC

Marliese Liyanage describes what she loves about studying towards a commerce degree at University of Canterbury.

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Discover UC

Watch a short video clip to hear UC commerce and law student Claire talk about her UC experience.

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Studying Law at UC gives you the chance to learn from the lecturers who write the textbooks. Find out how Jennifer enjoys her studies and is challenging herself.

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More Business

Hear Althea talk about the Entre entrepreneurship scheme and how it provides UC students the opportunity to get practical experience in business while they study.

Thinking about Postgrad or Professional Development?

Enhance your leadership capability and business acumen. UC offers fulltime and part-time study options to suit your work commitments and career goals.

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Study Commerce at UC

A Commerce degree from the University of Canterbury will broaden your experience, knowledge and future job opportunities.

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Wondering where to next after you graduate?

Whether you are thinking about an academic career or extending your business and legal knowledge and skills, consider postgraduate studies in Business or Law at UC.

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School of Business and Economics earns prestigous AACSB Business Accreditation

The School of Business and Economics has earned initial accreditation by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

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Test your business ideas with the help of mentors and business connections

Entré is a student-run company at the University of Canterbury, inspiring students to aspire to excel in the business world.

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‘All the courses I wanted to do were here...’

Charlotte Grimshaw Studying towards an LLB and a BSc in Psychology
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Announcements and Events

UC Innovators’ Summer Start-Up Programme & Scholarships

Do you have a great idea and are keen to develop it towards reality? Or do you want to join a new venture and help move it forward? Then apply now to be part of the UC Innovators Summer Start-Up Programme. This is a 10-week programme designed to help students develop for-profit or social ventures. We support a range of ideas and new ventures – your idea does not need to be High-Tech or IT based. There are a number of scholarships available for students participating in the summer programme. The scholarships are open to any student currently enrolled at UC. Applications close 5pm, 15 September 2014 (read more)

School of Business and Economics earns prestigous AACSB Business Accreditation

The School of Business and Economics at the University of Canterbury has earned initial accreditation by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education, and has been earned by less than five percent of the world's business programmes (read more)

New phone app encourages young voters

Law and Accounting student Hannah Duder received a $10,000 grant to develop a political phone app for young voters to show their interest in the policies being presented in election year (read more and watch Hannah's interview online at TV3's website)

NZEEL Distinguished Lecture 2014

The New Zealand Experimental Economics Laboratory are pleased to present Professor Robert Slonim, School of Economics, University of Sydney, as guest speaker for the 2014 NZEEL Distinguished Lecture, Thursday 18 September, 5:00pm - 6:30pm, Law108 Lecture Theatre. Professor Slonim will discuss 'The Science of Giving, Economics, and Improving Blood Supply' (read more)

What if...access to our courts were free?

The community may be forgiven in thinking that only the principled and/or the rich willingly go to court. For the rest, it may seem that access to the courts are either a grim reality or a necessary result of insufficient funds to hire scary enough lawyers. Associate Professor Chris Gallavin, Dean of the School of Law, talks about access to courts and barriers to justice in the July What if lecture series (connect to the lecture recording online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnB_jY01wrQ&index=1&list=PL1D0DE06F56864BA4)