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Scholarships – important update

Are you thinking about applying for a scholarship, or have you started an application online?

You can find plenty of information about different scholarships and how to apply here>

Please note though, the online application page is undergoing maintenance.If you have already started a scholarship application or want to make a new application please contact scholarships@canterbury.ac.nz or phone 0800 VARSITY (827 748) or +64 3 369 3999

 

My timetable – your ‘Need to Know’ info

Once you’ve accepted your offer of enrolment at UC you will be able to create your personalised timetable using My Timetable. Keep in mind that you are responsible for accessing and checking timetable information to work out where and when your lectures and tutorials are.

Handy hint: double check for clashes, tutorials and labs.  Read on for more help below.

Have you noticed that your timetable appears in grey when you click on timetable planning in My Timetable? To create your personalised timetable using My Timetable you must have accepted your offer of enrolment at UC  If you have not your timetable will appear grey. 

There are 10,000 campus maps at pick-up points around campus to help you find your way or click here for campus maps>

Need more help with accessing My Timetable?

  • Call the Contact Centre on  0800 VARSITY (827 748) +64 3 364 3443 if calling from overseas or visit Student Services on Level 1, Matariki.  Campus map>
  • You may need to select your lab sessions or tutorials – these are all open 
  • If you have a timetable clash contact the relevant College or Department. Click here for Colleges and Departments A-Z>

 

UC Health Centre closure over holiday period

UC Health Centre is closing on Thursday 21 December, at 12 noon and reopening on Monday 22 January 2018. The Centre is closed longer than usual for the summer holiday period to accommodate internal building work.

Patients can receive health advice whilst the Health Centre is closed by phoning +64 369 4444 (including international students registered with UC Health) and will be transferred to a Registered Nurse for health advice.

Domestic patients that are enrolled at any medical centre in the Canterbury District Health Board area can access free under 21 years of age consultations for contraception, including emergency contraception, from Riccarton Clinic or Moorhouse Medical. Note: you must request ‘under 21 consultation’ if applicable.

UC Health Centre team