Over the next few weeks UC Careers are hosting over 70 employers on campus. We have individual info sessions as well as the Business & Arts Careers Fair and Law & Justice Recruitment Evening in the Undercroft.
Employers are recruiting across a really wide range of disciplines including Engineering, Accounting, Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Political Science, Sociology, Law, Criminal Justice to name just a few. It’s a great way to engage as the employers are coming to you! Check out who is here using the following link & book to come along: https://careerhub.canterbury.ac.nz/students/events/Type/2/employer-recruitment-events
If you’ve come to the end of your Engineering Degree and you’d like to continue your study, take a look at the The Master of Engineering in Management (MEM).
The MEM programme at UC gives engineering and science graduates the skills to manage a range of engineering enterprises.
Professional engineering leaders with technical expertise and a broad range of business skills and acumen are needed to address the challenges of managing complex engineering ventures in our increasingly globalised world.
Successful engineering managers are outstanding communicators and team focused achievers who can adapt to rapidly changing high tech environments.
If this sounds like something you’d like to pursue then find out more at www.mem.canterbury.ac.nz or contact a student advisor on email@example.com
Are you in your final year at UC and wondering what your next steps might be? Postgraduate study could be the ticket to a more influential and interesting career, be it in research or leadership roles, or having the knowledge and practice to effect positive change.
The College of Education, Health and Human Development have a range of postgraduate study options that could be a great fit for you.
Applications are open anytime, and close four weeks before the start of the programme (late January and February), or when places are filled (whichever comes first).
TeachNZ Scholarships cover the cost of your course fees and pay you an allowance. Applications for Round 2 open on 6 December, visit: https://www.teachnz.govt.nz/studying-to-be-a-teacher/scholarships/
How to contact us
Please either send an email outlining your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the College Office to schedule an appointment. We offer 30 minute phone or in person appointments Monday – Wednesday, and Friday, as well as 15 minute drop-in appointments (no appointment necessary) on Thursday mornings between 9am – 12noon. The drop-in appointments are best suited for quick queries.
To make an appointment to see a Student Advisor please contact:
College Office Reception, Rehua
College of Education, Health and Human Development
Phone: +64 3 369 3333 or 0800 827 748 ext. 93333