17 June 2019
A growing number of wahine (women) are taking part in Te Mataroa – Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) across UCOL campuses.
10 May 2019
Award-winning Indie-Folk singer and songwriter Mel Parsons led a discussion on the future of music with UCOL music students yesterday.
17 April 2019
Distinctive blue and orange demolition derby cars will be crashing bashing at the Palmerston North speedway this Easter weekend thanks to the work of UCOL Automotive students.
16 April 2019
The Medina Collection, which is available online, is an organic plant-based ethical skin care range and is the brain child of UCOL Beauty Graduate, Medina Morin.
09 April 2019
UCOL has had a strong showing in the 2019 Whanganui Arts Review, highlighted by Senior Lecturer Dr Kathryn Wightman winning the Open Award for the second straight year.
08 April 2019
UCOL is helping secondary students develop their engineering skills, while learning about sustainability and electric transport as part of the EVolocity initiative.
29 March 2019
Health and safety, and workplace relations specialist Employsure is holding a seminar at UCOL in Palmerston North.
22 January 2019
Well on her way as an emerging designer, 2018 was a big year for Paige MacDonald, Ngāti Kahungungu, a UCOL Bachelor of Design and Arts - Whanganui student, who combined study, growing her own label ‘Nola’ and going to New Zealand Fashion Week.
14 December 2018
UCOL lecturers have impressed educators from across the country with the UCOL’s relationship-based teaching approach, Te Atakura.
03 December 2018
Construction workers Thomas Monaghan and Cameron McIntosh are looking to add quantity surveying to their skillsets after each being awarded a study scholarship worth $6000.
29 November 2018
An article about how UCOL students are prepared for aged care by Faye Davenport.
29 November 2018
Food, art and bananas all feature in Stuart McGechan’s work history, up until recently he had worked as a chef for the last thirty years in New Zealand, Australia and Switzerland.