Category Archives: Study@UC

End-of-Year Examinations

Examination Information
Please ensure you read the examinations information on the UC website (Examinations | Study | University of Canterbury), including the exam instructions. 

The list of course examinations requiring a UC-stickered calculator has been uploaded to the Calculator Checks and Use in Exams section. It is your responsibility to check this list and ensure your calculator complies and is stickered in advance of your exam day, if this is required.

Need Special Arrangements for your Exams?
Will you need special arrangements for your exams? Please note that the cut off for this is the 13th of October. You must enrol with the Student Accessibility Service prior to the 13th of October. Book in to discuss this with an Accessibility Advisor here: Te Ratonga Whaikaha|Student Accessibility Service | University of Canterbury

Best wishes for your study and exam preparation,
UC Examinations Office

2024 NASA internship opportunity

Are you studying science, technology, engineering or mathematics at a master’s or doctoral level? The New Zealand Space Agency is seeking stellar graduate students studying engineering, science or computer science for internships at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA’s Ames Research Center in the USA!

Applications for the 2024 New Zealand Space Scholarship programme are open for five weeks from Friday 8 September 2023. Students must apply via the New Zealand Space Agency.

Successful applicants will undertake 10–12-week internships at NASA JPL or NASA Ames in 2024 where they will work on space-related projects guided by NASA mentors, gaining hands-on experience in their fields of study and access to NASA’s best and most advanced research facilities.

Each internship comes with a New Zealand Space Scholarship which will cover return airfares to the United States and accommodation costs, plus an allowance for living expenses.

You can find more information about the Scholarship on the MBIE website.

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