Open day timetable
Discover your degree options
Specific course and subject information sessions run throughout the day. These last for approximately 45 minutes and include:
- What each subject is about
- What skills you will gain
- How it is taught
- Where our graduates have been employed and what jobs and activities our graduates do
- An opportunity for Q & A
Download a copy of the Open Day Timetable and Map.
* indicates a session or tour that is repeated.
- Languages and Social Sciences includes Anthropology, European and European Union Studies, Global, Cultural and Language Studies, Human Services, Linguistics, Media and Communication, and Sociology.
Services and Support Sessions
The University of Canterbury makes a significant commitment to providing a wide range of services to enable students to develop their full potential and to reach their education goals. Find out what services are available, ask questions and pick up information at the Info Hub.
10am in A1, North Arts Lecture Theatres
12pm in A1, North Arts Lecture Theatres
2pm in A1, North Arts Lecture Theatres
A helpful and informative overview of the accommodation options for students considering study at UC. Topics covered include a brief summary of our student villages and halls of residence, including their differences and how to apply, private renting in the area and homestay/private board.
11am in C1, Central Lecture Theatres
3pm in C1, Central Lecture Theatres
Information regarding fees, scholarships (including how to apply for them) and StudyLink financial support for students.
11am in C2, North Arts Lecture Theatres
4pm in A2, North Arts Lecture Theatres
Time and time again students come to UC because of the student life they have outside of the classroom. Come find out what our student clubs, events, cafes and services do for students and why we are always regarded as the most vibrant student body in the country.
9am in C3, Central Lecture Theatres
1pm in A1, North Arts Lecture Theatres
With so many options to choose from and different terminology used it’s not surprising that university can seem like a big leap from high school, with you asking questions such as:
- How is a degree structured?
- What’s the difference between a double degree and a double major?
- What support is available to me?
Students and parents are invited to this session given by the UC Liaison team who will answer these questions and many more.
2pm in A3, North Arts Lecture Theatres
Explore nearly 70 major subjects and discover where a degree from UC can take you. Find out what skills and attributes employers seek from students and graduates, and how you can make the most of your time at UC to develop these.