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Postgraduate Options Evening

Want to find out more about the range of qualifications, scholarships, and career pathways and hear about the part-time and full-time study options?

Then come along to UC’s Postgraduate Options Evening to find out more.

On the night you will be able to meet staff and talk to student advisers about your options for Postgraduate study and also attend a range of presentations (see below).

Wednesday 21 September 2016

Time: 5.15pm – 7pm

Location:  Undercroft Common Area, Puaka-James Hight

Post-grad options bannerThe evening will commence at 5.15pm with a formal welcome from Deputy Vice-Chancellors’ Academic and Research.

TIME PRESENTATIONS HELD ACROSS THE EVENING
5.30pm Research Masters and PHD
5.45pm Taught qualifications
6pm Lifestyle and support
6.15pm Financing my studies
6.30pm Carve out a career from postgraduate studies
6.45pm Graduate pathways to careers in teaching and nursing

 

Register your interest here 

Pathways to teaching for UC Grads

Recent media coverage has highlighted New Zealand’s critical need for more teachers. There is a particular shortage of teachers in maths, physics, chemistry, technology and te reo subject areas, but some areas of New Zealand are urgently seeking teachers in a variety of subject areas.

Did you know that UC is a world leading provider of teacher education? We are ranked in the top 100 in the world at UC for Education! We have a number of highly respected, accredited pathways to a career in teaching through our College of Education, Health and Human Development.

For degree graduates it only takes one more year of study to become a teacher- either with a one year Master’s degree or a graduate diploma. While you study you will gain plenty of practical experience working in schools or early childhood centres mentored by expert teachers who support your learning.

Your one-year graduate options are:

Graduate Diploma in Early Childhood Teaching

Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning (Primary)

Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning (Secondary)

Master of Teaching and Learning (specialising in either early childhood, primary or secondary teaching)

All of these programmes provide significant time spent in schools or EC centres, strong bi-cultural focus, curriculum understanding and teaching and leadership development.

Applications are now open. For more information, advice and the application form visit www.education.canterbury.ac.nz

Accommodation for Interns/Research Assistants

The University has taken a lease on the 30-room property at 23 Creyke Road.

The rooms are large, fully-furnished, some with ensuites, others with shared bathrooms.  The property is located on the perimeter of the campus and very accessible providing accommodation to mostly postgraduate students but also research assistants and interns.

The rates range from $210 per week including power for a 12 week minimum stay. Should you be aware of any postgraduate students requiring accommodation, please contact Jackie Slater, Affiliated Housing Advisor for information on availability and how to apply.