Undergraduate Students - College of Education, Health and Human Development - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

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Information for Undergraduate and Graduate students

Information on fees and costs and courses can be found as part of the University website. General information for Current Students can also be found there.

If you are not currently enrolled at the College of Education, Health and Human Development you will find useful information on the Future Students page.

Enrol Now

General enrolment information for Advancing Students is now available.

If you need course and occurrence codes for the group you are enrolling into visit the Course Groups webpages. You will also find orientation information here.

Assessment Guidelines

Assessment Guidelines for Students (PDF, 82KB)

Going Online

Course work for current students can be found on Learn. You need to have a student network login to access this.

What do you need to study? Computer/Internet Access and Course Material

  • To study at the UC College of Education, Health and Human Development you must have continual access to a computer with broadband internet access, and access to a printer. Course materials will be provided free of charge in digital form in each course's site within the University’s Learning Management System, Learn. It is your decision whether to print what you require at your cost. Distance Students will need to have the facility to attend Adobe Connect Sessions on the computer.
  • Once you are fully enrolled, UC will use your student email address as your main point of contact. It is also essential for using Library services. You must check your student email once a day. This is a requirement that you will have agreed to as part of your enrolment declaration. It will ensure that you are up to date with all requirements and information from UC. The only exemption from this policy will be if you apply for, and are approved as exempt, by the Manager, Admissions and Enrolments.

Student Support

Academic Advice

 

Programmes

Contact

Early Childhood
Primary
Secondary
Sport Coaching & PE

educationadvice@canterbury.ac.nz

Postgraduate

postgraduate@education.canterbury.ac.nz

Upgrade

BTchLn(Early Childhood) course completion documents

Health Sciences

educationadvice@canterbury.ac.nz

Masters Thesis Students College of Education, Health and Human Development Masters Thesis Enrolment Process
PhD Students

PhD Programmes

Student Advisors

Student Advisors are available to assist with Teacher Education and Health Sciences academic advice to students.

Lynette Magson Lynette Magson
Gemma Harte Gemma Harte
Kirsty Fraser Kirsty Fraser
Manja Pieters Manja Pieters

The following are also available to assist with queries.

Programmes

Contact

Masters Thesis Students College of Education, Health and Human Development Masters Thesis Enrolment Process
PhD Students

PhD Programmes

Forms

Distance Learning

Freephone 0800 827 748 ext 93333
education@canterbury.ac.nz
For distance study course advice please contact a course advisor.

Student Support Services

We provide additional support and activities for Māori and Pacific (Pacific Students' site) College of Education, Health and Human Development students.  Pastoral care for all College of Education, Health and Human Development students is provided by the Student Support team, who can assist students in areas as diverse as personal problems affecting study, extension and aegrotat queries, adjustment to university life, and social and cultural concerns. 

Some of the UC Student Support Services also have a College of Education, Health and Human Development drop-in service. Services include support for specific groups, people to talk to including chaplains, mentors and counsellors. There is academic support, financial support, Careers advice and on campus services.