School of Social and Political Sciences
Welcome to the School of Social and Political Sciences
Kia ora, Talofa lava, Kia orana, Malo e lelei, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Ni sa Bula
Nga mihi nui ki a koutou katoa. Nau mai, haere mai
Our School encompasses the disciplines of: Anthropology, Human Services, Journalism, Linguistics, Media and Communication, Philosophy, Political Science, Social Work and Sociology. Here you will find some links to useful resources and information.
- Course Advice
- Current Students
- International Students - Study Abroad
- Postgraduate Students
- Prospective Students
- Undergraduate Students
| Josh Hubbard, studying towards a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Russian and a Bachelor of Laws
Challenges to be debated at NZ conference (27 November 2013)
It is vital that the public gains an understanding of the challenges and new thinking that are emerging in post-quake ChCh says UC political science expert Dr Jeremy Moses.
Research into investment of thoroughbred racing (19 November 2013)
A University of Canterbury (UC) postgraduate student has been investigating the thoroughbred racing tradition in the Canterbury region.
UC student undertakes ground-breaking research (20 September 2013)
An award-winning University of Canterbury (UC) PhD student is undertaking ground-breaking national research by interviewing young New Zealanders.
Congratulations to one of three Marsden grant winners in the College of Arts: Lynn Clark (Linguistics) on “Recency effects in spoken New Zealand English”.
The Department of Political Science will be hosting the NZPSA Conference - Political Change and Renewal from 2-3 December 2013
Master of Social Work (Applied) (MSW(App))
OPEN for new enrolments in 2014.
Seminar Series - What's on this week?