Discover opportunities with GoinGlobal

We’re delighted to share an award-winning job search resource now available to you through Te Rōpū Rapuara | UC Careers!

GoinGlobal is a career intelligence resource for UC students and alumni looking to grow their global competencies, providing tools to identify opportunities at home and abroad.

UC’s subscription to GoinGlobal lets you maximise your overseas experiences, network with international employers and access country-specific advice for more than 120 domestic and international locations. Search for over 16 million jobs, internships and remote working opportunities worldwide.

All UC students, alumni and staff have free access to GoinGlobal.

For international students planning to return to work in your resident country, GoinGlobal can help you reconnect with the latest in-country job opportunities, internships and networking events.

Log in to GoinGlobal to:

  • Search jobs and internships at home, overseas and remote opportunities
  • Join free Q&A training sessions and learn how to use GoinGlobal to connect internationally
  • With career intelligence compiled by local career specialists, access the country and city career guides for detailed information on finding jobs and internships, salary information, key industry trends, areas of job promise, networking resources, work permit and visa regulations, CV writing guidelines and examples.
  • Employer Directories provides corporate details for 450,000 companies in 196 countries.
  • Volunteering and NGO opportunities
  • COVID-19 resources with proven strategies and tactics for helping job seekers achieve their career objectives in the post-Covid job market

The detail and reliability of country-specific career guidance supplied by GoinGlobal allow you to spend more time planning your global opportunities more strategically while making meaningful international connections.

Register now to the free 1-hour webinar to discover how to make the most of GoinGlobal.

Noho ora mai,

Te Rōpū Rapuara | UC Careers


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Your Student Services Levy for 2022

The Student Services Levy (SSL) is a fee that all uni students pay to help fund the cost of delivering support services and facilities for students, which are not covered by tuition fees. 

Every year we ask UC students which services they want to keep going, change or improve. All your feedback helps UC decide how to allocate SLL funds for the following year.

SSL costs  

The SSL is calculated on the number of points you are enrolled in per academic year, capped at a maximum of 150 points.  From 1 January 2022 the rate (for study in 2022) is $7.44 per academic point. You can find out more here> 

UC student services funded by SSL: 

  • Subsidised health services and counselling, including Te Whare Hauora | Health Centre 
  • Student advocacy and support services
  • Careers, internships and employment services
  • RecCentre membership
  • University of Canterbury Students’ Association (UCSA)
  • Student events, including Orientation
  • Māori student development and support
  • Pasifika student development and support
  • Development of student spaces

Based on your feedback, this is how the SSL budget has been allocated for 2022: 

Get your student finances sorted now for 2022

Returning to UC next year? Now’s the time to apply for your 2022 student allowance or student loan, so that you can get everything sorted and ready for the start of your course.

If you’ve had a student allowance or loan in the last 12 months, you can login to MyStudyLink and use the Returning Application to apply. It’ll take less than five minutes to complete.

And if you apply and get all your documents sent off by Thursday 16 December, you’ll be in with a chance to win a MacBook. Nice!

Find out more here> 

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