24 June 2019
The National Chef’s Conference is an event not-to-be missed by any foodie wanting to experience what the Manawatū food and hospitality industry has to offer.
21 June 2019
Six UCOL Manawatū students have been rewarded for their effort, dedication to study and the assistance of classmates with scholarships from local Trusts.
17 June 2019
A growing number of wahine (women) are taking part in Te Mataroa – Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) across UCOL campuses.
13 June 2019
This week UCOL Manawatū students were visited by some furry friends to help relieve some of the stress that comes at the end of the semester.
23 May 2019
Australian ‘side hustle coach’ and social media influencer Ruby Lee inspired UCOL staff, students and local business people when she came to UCOL’s Manawatū campus to share tips on how to get a side business off the ground.
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.
08 May 2019
UCOL is looking into restoring the old Plunket Rooms building on King Street, Palmerston North, and renovating it into a Student Support Hub.
06 May 2019
The Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) programme has one main goal - to ensure Māori and Pacific tauira receive supported tertiary learning and development while gaining life-long industry skills in trades.
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.
12 April 2019
UCOL raised $539.50 to help New Zealand kids access free mental-health counselling, as part of the Gumboot Friday appeal.
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.
05 April 2019
UCOL Council has re-appointed Dr Lynn as Chief Executive of UCOL from 20 May 2019 through to the end of December 2020.