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Exam room allocations

Room allocations for the 2015 end-of-year exams will be available on Friday, 16 October from the examinations dates and timetables webpage. From next week, this information will also be available on noticeboards in the Engineering, Central, North Arts and Arts South & Otakaro Lecture blocks.

Please double-check that you have written down the right course codes, days and times of your examinations.  You should report to the exam room no later than 10 minutes prior to the official start time.

Please also take the time before your exams to familiarise yourself with the UC examination instructions. Of particular note are the new regulations regarding cell phones in exams and the UC Calculator policy for the identification of standard non-programmable calculators in exams. Exams which require an “approved” sticker are indicated in these instructions.

If you have any queries, please feel free to contact the Examinations team.

Engineering Final Year Projects Showcase Week

College of Engineering Final Year Projects Showcase Week 12 – 16 October 2015

Ever wonder what College of Engineering students work on for their final year projects?

See our 2015 projects on display from across the College of Engineering. As part of a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours and Bachelor of Forestry Science, our students complete a Final Year Project which builds on the knowledge they’ve gained during their first three years. Many of the projects are industry sponsored, giving them a real-world connection. Everyone is welcome!

Mon 12 October, 4-6pm – Upper Concourse, Central Lecture Theatres

Students will be on hand to discuss their projects and showcase their posters and design prototypes. See student projects from Mechanical, Mechatronics, Electrical and Electronic, Computer, Chemical and Process, Forest and Software Engineering, and Forestry Science.

Wed 14 October 12pm – Fri 16 October 5pm – Upper Concourse, Central Lecture Theatres

Posters will be on show over two days as an exhibition. See student projects from Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.

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