16 August 2022
A group of UCOL’s architectural students have teamed up with Whanganui District Council to help create a new ticketing booth for the iconic Cooks Gardens.
11 August 2022
The construction of a modern, adaptable Healthcare and Social Services Centre in Palmerston North is on track.
08 August 2022
More than 500 secondary students from around the region got a taste of UCOL at the Manawatū campus' recent Open Day.
13 June 2022
There will be a special emphasis on individual stars that make up the Matariki cluster, alongside hangi, waiata, workshops, a webinar, and cookies.
09 May 2022
The transition of UCOL to Te Pūkenga – the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology is well underway, including a new co-branded look from May.
04 May 2022
A building that helped nurture generations has been strengthened and modernised so that it can help connect UCOL students to their future careers.
19 January 2022
Passers-by in King St can see the start of construction, but amidst a city full of earthquake strengthening and roadworks, this project is unique.
17 December 2021
A partnership between Te Ahu a Turanga: Manawatū Tararua Highway project and the Universal College of Learning (UCOL) is providing local people with training and employment opportunities on a major infrastructure project.
04 November 2021
Charlene McGechan’s academic success and fundraising efforts for her hurricane-stricken village have earned her one of 36 UCOL Whanganui scholarships.
29 October 2021
With tenancy space proving hugely popular, Whanganui’s new centre for for innovation, creative industries, entrepreneurship and education needs new hands to guide its direction.
20 October 2021
Staff and learners at UCOL, and Manawatū employers and iwi are encouraged to engage with the proposed Te Pūkenga Operating Model shared this week.
20 September 2021
As a 15-year-old refugee from Pakistan, Ali Muhammad-Jawad knows first-hand how isolated he felt as a sports-mad teenager arriving in a new country six years ago.