08 April 2022
Cassy Titter was working in the shearing industry when she first came to UCOL Whanganui in 2006. She was looking for something new, and after her aunty had signed up for UCOL’s New Zealand Diploma in Business, Titter thought she would try it too.
06 April 2022
Christopher Adams journey to becoming an accountant was far from straightforward – he pretty much drove all over the motu before arriving at UCOL.
24 February 2022
Whanganui-based Wendy Johns has returned to UCOL eighteen years after she left with one goal in mind – to finish what she started.
03 August 2021
Nearly 2,500 people are employed in contact centres across the wider Manawatū – but the industry is still calling out for more staff.
10 December 2020
Working and upskilling at the same time can be a lot to take on, and now an easier way for workers to upskill is available.
17 December 2019
Business and Information & Communications Technology students marked the end of their internships recently with their Industry Project/Internship Showcase.
28 July 2019
UCOL Manawatū is set to open its doors to potential students with its winter-themed Open Day on 7 August.
21 June 2019
Twenty UCOL Whanganui students have been rewarded with scholarships from Whanganui businesses and Trusts, following a rigorous selection process
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.
29 March 2019
Health and safety, and workplace relations specialist Employsure is holding a seminar at UCOL in Palmerston North.
19 December 2018
UCOL is bringing its Bachelor of Applied Management degree to the Whanganui Campus from 2019, opening up exciting opportunities for students and local businesses.
14 November 2018
UCOL New Zealand Diploma in Business (Management and Accounting pathways) student Aaron McGregor has received an annual award offered by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) and Ngā Kaitatau Māori o Aotearoa (NKMoA).