Go Canterbury 2017

Go Canterbury - Calling Auckland & Wellington Year 13 Students!

The University of Canterbury offers the exciting ‘Go Canterbury’ scholarship exclusively to Year 13 students from Auckland and Wellington. Terms and conditions apply, see below for details.

The UC Go Canterbury scholarship provides the ultimate all-round student living/learning community for up to 150 students to experience the very best of what Canterbury, Christchurch and this University have to offer.

Enjoy a range of personal development opportunities and adventures as you explore and learn about our region. 

See all the incredible adventures our past recipients got up to in our Yearbook:

Applications close 15 August 2019

Contact email: [email protected]

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“I hadn’t even visited the South Island before so it was a big decision, but I'm so glad I did it. I wanted to pick a uni that offered opportunities beyond an academic degree.”

Corban, Auckland.

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For more information and to apply

1 Accommodation

  • $5,000 scholarship towards accommodation costs with UCA
  • On campus, supported living/learning community
  • Fully catered accommodation

2 Personal Development

  • A range of personal development workshops and seminars
  • Professional and career development seminars and opportunities

3 Experiences

  • Four educational outdoor recreational field trips, unique to the Canterbury region. This includes:
    • a winter field trip,
    • a summer field trip,
    • urban and outdoor activities
  • Opportunities to experience and be a part of the Christchurch rebuild, and engage with our Christchurch community and project leaders, either through courses or the Student Volunteer Army.
Courtney Dyson

From Kristin School, Courtney is studying Law and Criminal Justice. Find out about her Go Canterbury experience so far.

Trent Tipene

Trent went to King’s College and is now studying Engineering. Listen to the amazing things he’s been up to with the Go Canterbury Scholarship.

Melissa McNaughtan

From Saint Kentigern College and now studying Biochemistry and Biology, see Melissa talk about how close everything is – from the mountains to the centre of town.

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