26 January 2018
As China's Made in China 2015 initiative is introduced, China will need more skilled talent. Leeza Boyce spoke to China Education Daily.
09 January 2018
UCOL is opening up opportunities for people who want to gain foundation education in exercise in the Wairarapa.
19 December 2017
UCOL student Adrienne Jensen has been awarded a $5,000 national scholarship aimed at helping women advance their careers.
14 December 2017
UCOL second year Bachelor of Visual Imaging students designed a logo for New Zealand Collective Training Centre (NZCTC) – part of the New Zealand Defence Force.
12 December 2017
Clinton Murphy from Isles Construction Ltd and Joshua Forrest from Kynoch Construction LTD were recently named this year’s recipients of Freemasons Wilson Lewis Scholarships at a ceremony held at UCOL.
06 December 2017
Andrea du Chatenier, a Fine Arts Lecturer on the Bachelor of Design & Arts at UCOL and a successful artist who has been exhibiting here and abroad for more than a decade, has been recognised in the recent Portage Awards.
04 December 2017
Students have been making the most of UCOL’s Employability Hub as they look to secure employment before the New Year.
01 December 2017
Culinary delights were on offer the recent Horowhenua Taste Trail, this event was designed to introduce culinary competition for the community.
28 November 2017
The success of 302 secondary school students who completed U-Skills Academy programmes this year was recognised at ceremonies in Otaki, Palmerston North, Whanganui and Carterton.
23 November 2017
Hayden Pritchard takes his two passions and weaves them together for both his jobs, as a scientist and as an athlete.
21 November 2017
If you are thinking about studying for the first time at a tertiary level in 2018 there are some important things you need to know.
21 November 2017
Mike King best known as a stand-up comedian and TV personality took on subjects of a much heavier nature yesterday in Masterson at the UCOL Wairarapa campus.