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Exam results release date: Monday 6 July 2020

Exam results for most undergraduate and taught postgraduate Semester 1 courses will be available online on the morning of Monday 6 July 2020.

The original planned release date was Friday 3 July 2020 but some extra time has been allocated to support online exams and tests.

You can access your results by logging into myUC and selecting the link “Internal Transcript & Results”.

We expect that a lot of you will be logging into myUC at the same time, so you may experience a slower than usual performance. If a final course grade does not appear on your transcript, please contact the department/school concerned during normal business hours (9am-5pm).

Results for courses not on the standard Semester 1 timetable may run to a different schedule and will be released as soon as they are available.

If you need further information about results, read more>

 

UC Careers are open online

A reminder that  we are open online for you  – online appointments, online interactive career development resources and guides, jobs and an online STEM Careers Event,  May 20.

Many students have accessed appointments and resources during this period; seeking assistance to clarify where they are heading with their studies, finding out how to explore job options, sharpen up applications and how to enhance their employability.

We have been getting  great feedback from them on services provided!

So please  book an appointment or email us with any questions, using your UC email address.

Live Chat

UC Careers is excited to introduce a new “Live Chat” feature – a great way to get questions answered or concerns addressed – Accessed online and available Tues 10am-12pm, Wed 2pm – 4pm, Thurs 10am – 12pm . Looking forward to seeing how this works for you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Taking the Pulse of Online Learning

You might notice something new on the landing page in LEARN in the coming weeks. As part of how UC checks in with students, and monitors how online learning is going over time, we are trying something new with a pulse survey.

This means you might occasionally see a question when you log into LEARN; the question might be one you’ve seen before, or it might be a new one. Feel free to answer openly and honestly whenever you feel like it, as responses are totally anonymous.

Here’s an example of what this might look like:

Image is a screenshot of the pulse survey on LEARN's landing page.

If you have any questions, please contact Learning Evaluation & Academic Development at surveys@canterbury.ac.nz.