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Institute Description

When established in 1873, Canterbury College, as the University was originally known, was only the second university in New Zealand. Housed in graceful stone buildings on a central city block, it was dependent for survival on rents from high country farms with which

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Highlights

University of Canterbury:
Established              1873
Chancellor               Rex Williams (from 2008)
Vice-Chance

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Infrastructure

The University of Canterbury Library collection is distributed across five libraries  located on the Ilam campus.
Central Library
Central LibraryCentral Library, in the James Hight Building, central campus, provides services and collections to support

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Hostel Details

The University of Canterbury Accommodation Office provides assistance with and advice on accommodation options for prospective and current students, the application process for the halls of residence, the costs associated with living away from home, flatting, landlor

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Top Faculty

Dr Rod Carr appointed vice-chancellor.
Rex Williams appointed chancellor.
Alumni and Development Manager
Professor Ed Adelson (Pro-Vice-Chancellor)
Carol Hiller (Personal Assistant to Pro-Vice-Chancellor)
Colin G Goodrich (Dean of Humanities

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Rankings & Awards

Ranking:
University of Canterbury ranked 188th in the 2009 THES-QS World University Ranking
University of Canterbury ranked 186th in the 2008 THES-QS World University Ranking
University of Canterbury ranked 188th in the 2007 THES-QS World University Ra

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