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
If you are thinking of further study, a Business Taught Masters (BTM) is a great way to get prepared for the world of business.
Our programmes are designed for graduates from any degree, to give you specialist skills and applied experience to get ready for working in business.
The UC Business School | Te Kura Umanga offers Business Taught Masters degrees in:
Business Information Systems
Information Systems is one of the fastest growing areas for employment, opening the door to exciting careers. It is on the long-term skill shortage list for New Zealand, with career opportunities to suit diverse strengths and skills.
Broaden your career options with a Master of Business Management (MBM). Our MBM is a generalist taught Master’s that will equip you with key skills and expertise from multiple core business functions to give you increased commercial intelligence and oversight capability.
Demand for both accounting and finance professionals in New Zealand continues to grow, creating considerable opportunities for employment. Financial management is a significant discipline practised by hundreds of thousands of professionals around the globe.
Our Master of Professional Accounting (MPA) is a conversion degree, designed specifically for a career in accounting.
To find out more about what it’s like to study a BTM, watch our student stories>
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Canterbury Botanical Society aims to promote an interest in the study of botany, especially that of NZ and particularly the native flora of Canterbury.
Each year the Society awards grants of up to $1000 to postgraduate students whose studies contribute to the understanding and/or management of New Zealand’s indigenous flora and ecosystems. These grants aim to help students with their study expenses.
For more details and the application form, please see Canterbury Botanical Society website>
Applications open on 1 September 2019 and close on 31 October 2019.