Curiosity and a love for discovery ensures we are ever expanding our knowledge of the world. Explore your passions with our exciting range of study options. Our students are surrounded by people passionate about science. Our staff are world leaders in their fields of research and Wellington has the highest
Physics explores the fundamental laws of the universe, which underpin modern technology and sustainable energy solutions Our scientists research topics from atomic physics to astrophysics, and work on both fundamental questions and seeking applications in advanced technology and sustainable solutions for the planet.
The University of Canterbury is in the top 1 per cent of universities in the world. Our Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Department is ranked in the top 100 worldwide Civil Engineering departments. Chemical and Process Engineering and Electrical and Electronic Engineering are ranked in the top 250. An Engineering degree
The Space Institute – Te Pūnaha Ātea – is a multidisciplinary centre of expertise in space science and engineering, including a capability to execute space missions and develop applications. Our institutional mission is to create, disseminate and exploit knowledge to support and enhance the development of the New Zealand Space Sector.
At Te Kura Mātai Ahupūngao our students and scientists explore the fundamental properties of the physical world and tackle problems ranging from the search for planets to developing medical imaging and laser technologies.
At the UC Centre for Entrepreneurship (UCE) we connect, challenge and support students and staff to create impact by building capabilities in entrepreneurship and innovation. UCE’s programmes and events broaden minds, challenge ideas and empower students to make a real difference. Learn more about UCE and how you can get involved.
University of Canterbury Mount John Observatory Lake Tekapo’s spectacular, unpolluted night skies attract visitors from all over the world. UC’s Physics and Astronomy Department’s astronomical observatory on top of Mt John, near Lake Tekapo, provides outstanding conditions for observations and discoveries of the southern sky.
Massey University is a university based in Palmerston North, New Zealand, with significant campuses in Albany and Wellington. Massey University offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, diplomas and certificates to students from around New Zealand, and the world. Total enrollment: 33,491 (2013) Founded: 1927
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