MYOB IT Challenge

The MYOB IT Challenge is back again for 2017!

The MYOB IT Challenge is a fusion of business and technical analysis – driving real solutions for business problems throughout New Zealand.

You’ll get to  compete in teams of 2-4 to prepare a proposal and prototype of your solution in five days before pitching to a panel of judges. The winning team will win an expenses-paid trip to Auckland to compete against teams from across the country for a chance to win a share of the $5,000 prize pool!

Come to our Information Session on Thursday 30 March to find out more, and head to our website for details.

Registrations close 7th of April, so get yours in today!


Christchurch International Student Welcome

Tuesday 28 March, 5.00pm – 8.30pm, Christchurch Art Gallery

We would like to welcome you to feel at home in Canterbury! All students in Christchurch and Canterbury are invited – host families and international staff too.

There will be live performances by:

Cultural performances by;

Food trucks and prizes.

Register now and be in to win prizes on the day, such as a China Southern flight and passes to the Christchurch Antarctic Centre. Register today for your free tickets here and download the app – Christchurch Student Guide in the app store or on google play.

For more information contact Christchurch Educated.

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Meeting with Regenerate Christchurch

All students and staff are welcome to join a meeting with Regenerate Christchurch, Wednesday 29 March, 12pm-1.30pm, Undercroft meeting room.

2017 is an exciting year for Christchurch’s regeneration and this meeting is an opportunity to hear more and get involved. Regenerate Christchurch is the body charged with leading the regeneration of the residential red zone, and working to revitalise the central city and New Brighton.

Regenerate works according to practices of ‘co-creation’ and is focused this year on planning futures for the red zone, taking account of community aspirations, economic and environmental opportunities, and climate change.

The meeting will be led by Ivan Iafeta, Regenerate’s CEO, and Rob Kerr, its manager for the red zone. They are keen to develop good links with UC, its students and staff.

Learn more about Regenerate Christchurch

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