These are the available Study levels for this Institution and the pathways Lu Gold EDC secures your admission for these study levels. Please note Direct Entry indicates a direct partnership Lu Gold EDC has with the Institution.
- 1Undergraduate Degree
- 2Postgraduate Degree
- 3Diploma and Certificate programs
The University of Canterbury in New Zealand was founded in the year 1873 and is the second university in Aotearoa New Zealand. It was formerly known as Canterbury College and was the first college to become constituent of the University of New Zealand.
The university campus was initially based in central Christchurch, but it was moved to the green suburb of Ilam in 1975. The Ilam campus is situated approximately 5 km from central Christchurch city. It is surrounded by expansive green spaces and the Avon River flowing adjacent to the University Drive adds to the physical beauty of the campus. Spread across 190 acres, the university campus includes lecture theatres, laboratories, computer suites, studios, and four libraries with 24x7 accessibility. There are 10 residence halls on the campus that accommodate nearly 2,279 students. In addition, there are about 15 bars, eateries, and cafes within the campus.
This university has five colleges namely College of Arts, College of Engineering, College of Science, College of Education, Health and Human Development, and College of Business and Law. It also has over 35 research institutes. Each of these colleges offers various degrees programs in arts, commerce, technology, fine arts, sports, and music, law, and health sciences. Many programs are focused on teaching, physical education, forestry, and language pathology.