15 June 2017
UCOL Lecturer Hayden Pritchard has been selected to present at the Australian Strength and Conditioning’s Associations (ASCA) 2017 International Conference in the Gold Coast.
09 June 2017
Aspiring chefs and bakers from five secondary schools will be putting their skills to the test in a competition at UCOL.
07 June 2017
UCOL cookery student Zach Meads is preparing for the New Zealand Hospitality Championships with a fundraising dinner that will give people a taste of what he’s got planned for the competition.
06 June 2017
The Universal College of Learning (UCOL) in Palmerston North is rolling out their newly revamped qualification, the New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Support Work) Level 3, set to start mid July.
22 May 2017
UCOL’s Medical Imaging Technology students have access to the newest x-ray archiving technology before it reaches many New Zealand hospitals and radiology clinics.
26 April 2017
As one of only three institutions in New Zealand with an undergraduate Medical Imaging degree, UCOL recently hosted a forum bringing together the Clinical Tutors who help deliver the programme across the North Island.
07 April 2017
A new initiative to help pathway youth from education to employment is set to be rolled out in this region in term two.
27 March 2017
The first of April will see the launch of a new style of Saturday market to Palmerston North. Aptly titled ‘The Royal Market’ due to its central location on Princess Street where King and Queen Streets meet, the location promises to attract more people i
24 March 2017
An alumni of 78 years, Ray Beech, received special recognition at one of UCOL’s graduation ceremonies this week.
14 March 2017
Over 1,800 students are eligible to graduate with Certificates, Diplomas, Degrees and Postgraduate qualifications in six upcoming Graduation ceremonies across UCOL’s campuses.
22 February 2017
In a move unique at UCOL, the Palmerston North Nurse Education team have commissioned their own waiata that explains their values.
07 February 2017
UCOL Music students will be able to explore music in new ways in 2017 thanks to the exciting acquisition of over $25,000 worth of top-of-the-line production and performance equipment.