Christchurch Campus

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Christchurch, known as the garden city, is because of its natural attractions. Lonely Planet counted Christchurch among the top 10 cities to visit in 2013. The city has only grown more beautiful since then. If you love nature, you are bound to love this city!

Recreational destinations, parks, gardens and beaches add in to the attractions that the city offers to its visitors. The oldest established city in New Zealand houses 381,800 people from varied nationalities. The multi-cultural mix makes inhabitants welcoming, friendly and accommodating. Christchurch is renowned for its relaxed lifestyle and friendly people.

The city offers plenty to students interested in professional and career development. Being in the middle of rebuilding phase, ample work opportunities especially in retail, construction and information technology sector are available for people with right set of skills. Royal Business College serves as a gateway to enter into local industry. Courses offered at RBC Christchurch campus enable students to develop skill-sets demanded by most of the employers.

RBC provides students with the opportunity to stay career-eccentric yet enjoy extra-curricular activities at their leisure. If you are found of sports, outdoor activities and adventures, then Christchurch is the place of your dreams. You will find ideal locations to surf, hike, mountain-bike, snowboarding, whale watching, camping, visiting rain forests, and many other adventurous activities in the outskirts of Christchurch.

Learn more about the city of Christchurch:
www.christchurch.org.nz
www.christchurchnz.com

Letter from the Mayor of Christchurch

message from mayor of Christchurch

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