UC to help with forestry safety
2 September 2014 The University of Canterbury is to launch a new research project to make sure New Zealand's new forestry roads are safe and are established with minimal environmental impact. (read article)
From the nano-scale to the Pacific Ocean
Find out what makes UC Engineering a great place to study whether you have a New Zealand or International focus.
Engineering at UC
Angus Watson talks about why Engineering is so rewarding and why Christchurch is the ideal place to study.
New Zealand's Premier College of Engineering
UC has received a five star rating from QS World university rankings for 2012/13 for Engineering and Technology. Find out more reasons why the UC College of Engineering is considered New Zealand's Premier College of Engineering .
Building and testing your own bridge is just one of the many practical experiences you can have while studying engineering. Find out more from Chloe and Royce.
Mechanical Engineering is definitely the most wide-ranging engineering discipline and the course has prepared me extremely well...
George Donald BE(Hons) in Mechanical Engineering
Researcher, 818, New York, USA
Final year video competition
Are you in your final year of study? Do you want to win some money? Make a video!
Enter the video competition. Up to 2 X $1000 prizes will be up for grabs!
Entries close on Sunday 7 September 2014, at 5.00pm
School of Mathematics and Statistics
Find out what's happening in their latest newsletter
Keeping you up-to-date with exciting new developments, highlighted in the June 2014 edition of the EPECentre Power Talk newsletter.
Find out what scholarships are available for first year students.
Real-world research by Jan Evans-Freeman:
Opinion piece in Build magazine June/July 2014
Canterbury Engineering The Future
This is where you will find updates about CETF
UC Engineering is now on Twitter. Follow us @ucengineering