AAPBS is an international network of leading business schools from across the Asia-Pacific region. The School of Business and Economics has been a member of the Association since its inception in 2004.
The aim of the Association is to provide leadership and representation in order to advance the quality of business and management education throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
AMBA accredits the University of Canterbury's MBA programme.
AMBA is the international impartial authority on postgraduate business education. Its accreditation service is the global standard for all MBA, DBA and MBM programmes. It accredits MBA programmes at 161 schools in 72 countries.
CPA Australia is one of the world's largest accounting bodies with a membership of more than 129,000 finance, accounting and business professionals across the globe.
Its core services to members include education, training, technical support and advocacy. The School of Business and Economics is accredited by CPA Australia. This means that our BCom courses fulfill CPA Australia's undergraduate degree requirements.
Entré is a student-run, University of Canterbury owned, not-for-profit company that fosters an entrepreneurial climate at UC by inspiring and challenging students. This is achieved through educational seminars, interactive commercialisation workshops and business case competitions.
EFSoC is Canterbury's own student-run club which exists to provide welfare to its members in academic, social and career-related areas. EFSoC assists economics and finance students with a wide range of facilities, services and events including a range of tutorials closer to final exams.
The School of Business and Economics is delighted to support the work and initiatives of the New Zealand Commerce and Economics Teachers Association.
NZCETA provides a range of services designed to create discussion and thought as well as gathering and exchanging views and ideas about the teaching and learning in commerce and economics.
Membership is open to all persons whether they be registered teachers or simply interested in education. The New Zealand-wide membership includes people from primary and post-primary schools, independent and integrated schools and tertiary institutions.
NZICA is New Zealand's largest professional accounting body with more than 32,000 members. It has been serving New Zealanders for over 100 years and promotes, controls and regulates the accountancy profession in New Zealand.
NZICA's Chartered Accountancy qualification is recognised in the United States, UK, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Hong Kong and South Africa.
The University of Canterbury is one of 14 Approved Tertiary Education Institutions (ATEI). ATEIs are institutions within New Zealand that NZICA has approved to offer courses that satisfy the Institute’s required topics.
The School of Business and Economics is proud to sponsor UCom, one of the largest societies on campus with over 1,000 members.
UCom enhances the UC student experience by providing its members with a range of social, academic and career orientated activities. The annual Mainfreight Cocktail party and the Deloitte Ball are annual highlights and usually feature in the UCSA Best Events Awards. UCom also holds BBQs and other activities. During exam time they offer tutorials in 100 and 200-level Commerce courses and throughout the year they provide opportunities for members to meet potential employers in a range of commercial fields.