Entrepreneur to receive honorary doctorate
16 April 2014 One of New Zealand's most passionate political, philanthropic business entrepreneurs will receive a University of Canterbury honorary doctorate at graduation tomorrow. (read article)
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New Professional Accounting Masters
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It is the breadth of learning that you get on the MBA... It is all relevant...
Vanessa O’Neill Master of Business Administration
Principal, Accelerate Business Ltd
Welcome from the Director
University of Canterbury postgraduates play an important role in developing and supporting innovative organisations that strive to be highly successful. New Zealand is a part of the global market and our country’s future success is reliant on businesses developing innovative and highly efficient goods and services that will deliver strong sustainable growth for the future.
Seize the opportunity to build your career, upskill and make new business connections. I am pleased to invite you to explore the many postgraduate options the University of Canterbury has to offer - Tony Mortensen, Director of Executive Development Programmes
Announcements and Events
Leading Change Workshop
Director of the University of Canterbury’s Executive Development Programmes (EDP), Mr Tony Mortensen, hosted the first in a series of free development workshops on the 2nd of April. It was well attended by thirty of Canterbury’s senior human resource and business managers. The group explored the development and application of effective leadership in times of change – a skill of particular value in the Canterbury business environment (read more)
Smiths City CEO, Rick Hellings, tells it like it is
The University of Canterbury Executive Development Programme were delighted to have Smiths City CEO Rick Hellings come and speak to the programme’s Masters students recently. Rick has been with Smiths City since the 1980s. Before that, he worked for Noel Leeming, another major retailer in New Zealand (read more)
New Master's programmes take flight
Term One officially opened for 45 Masters students in the College of Business and Law as the first cohort for the Executive Development Programmes’ new Taught Masters settled down to Managerial Accounting with Oli Hillie (read more)