The University of Canterbury has returned to Christchurch’s cultural heart. The UC College of Arts is now located in the former Chemistry building.e University of Canterbury has returned to Christchurch’s cultural heart The UC College of Arts is now located in the former Chemistry building.
A dinner was held in London on 11 May for CH alumni to coincide with the annual UC London reception. Those attending were (clockwise in photo) Tristan Braybrooke (2010-11), Hamish Laing (2010-11), Andrew Ramsay(2009-10), Andrew Baines (1965-68), Matt Oliver (2004), Michael Cooper (1981), Sarah McRobie (2012-13), Stew Whitehead (2011-12), Jo Gibson (2002), and John Godfrey(Development Director). The event was held at the Royal Overseas League, Park Place, Mayfair.
The recipients of the first year scholarships were presented with their awards this week at formal dining. These scholarships are awarded to first year students who have demonstrated strong and successful participation and leadership both at school and in the community. Each of the three scholarships has a value of $1000. BM Drayton commented on the high calibre of applicants who are a reflection of the pool of tremendous talent currently living and studying at College House.
CH students feature in UC 2016/17 Summer Start-up programme
Over the summer months, The Centre of Entrepreneurship at the University of Canterbury was home to a group of enterprising students, including a strong contingent with CH connections, as they participated in the 2016/17 Summer Start-up program.
This programme is designed to support and develop the entrepreneurial skills of students