15 February 2019
UCOL is committed to ongoing consultation with Iwi and communities, and remains focused on providing certainty to students amongst the Minister's proposed reform of vocational education.
13 February 2019
UCOL was present at Parliament for Minister Hipkins announcement about the Reform of Vocational Education today. UCOL Chairman, Mr Ben Vanderkolk and Chief Executive Dr Lynn, who were at Parliament, are confident about UCOL’s future.
18 January 2019
UCOL will soon be teaching Graham Lowe’s Kick for the Seagulls education programme at Manawatū Prison, as part of a collaboration that looks to create more opportunities for prisoners to rehabilitate and broaden employment prospects.
21 December 2018
UCOL Bachelor of Creative Media students contributed 2,835 hours and talent of pro bono work in 2018 to the local not-for-profit sector.
11 December 2018
Students who excel in and outside the classroom were recognised and rewarded for their efforts at a recent ceremony at UCOL’s Palmerston North Campus.
03 December 2018
Local secondary school food technology teachers have added to their skillset thanks to UCOL’s Chef Training team.
27 November 2018
UCOL won the Not-for-Profit category at the Whanganui Business Awards 2018.
23 November 2018
Palmerston North Speedway’s Demolition Derby is an event not to be missed, especially for UCOL’s Panel and Paint students.
21 November 2018
Talent, skill and imagination are all about to be on show at a number of exhibitions by UCOL students. This is a great opportunity to come and soak up some art, design, interior design and just enjoy the talent on show.
06 November 2018
UCOL first and third year Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science (BESS) students put some Palmerston North High School students through their paces, in a six class series that focused on speed, agility and quickness.
31 October 2018
Thirteen students from UCOL’s Whanganui campus took home a combined $17,500 worth of scholarships at a recent ceremony on campus.
30 October 2018
Anita Nicholls is the recipient of a $10,000 AMP National Scholarship, which will allow her to pursue her dream of creating an education programme for parents of children with rare condition, Fragile X Syndrome.