01 December 2022
Ākonga (learners) from UCOL Te Pūkenga U-Skills Academy programmes have been recognised for their hard work and achievements at a series of prize-giving events.
01 November 2022
Today has marked the transition of UCOL becoming part of the national vocational education provider Te Pūkenga, 130 years after the Manawatū campus of UCOL was founded.
11 October 2022
Two Whanganui locals have received UCOL Honours Award for their contributions to education, business, and the community.
14 September 2022
Born, raised and now studying a Bachelor of Design and Arts, majoring in Design Media in Whanganui, Jordan Erickson knows a thing or two about design, his hometown and fashion magazines.
30 August 2022
UCOL kaimahi | staff had the opportunity to hear directly from Te Pūkenga New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology Acting Chief Executive, Peter Winder, when he visited the campus on Tuesday, 30 August. UCOL is evolving into Te Pūkenga, transition
16 August 2022
A group of UCOL’s architectural students have teamed up with Whanganui District Council to help create a new ticketing booth for the iconic Cooks Gardens.
12 July 2022
Managers from Whanganui's Ali Arc Industries and its parent company, the Bartley Group, have engaged with UCOL’s “UCOL For You” professional development team to create a bespoke course to arm their management with the theory behind the skills.
06 July 2022
UCOL reported to Te Pūkenga last week on new blended programmes of study to be provided across New Zealand from 2022.
07 June 2022
The opportunity to get ahead in a health career is on offer at UCOL Whanganui and it’s more flexible than ever before.
11 November 2021
Students from Whanganui Collegiate School have taken out four of the six top awards in the Secondary Schools Creative Woodskills Competition run by Middle Districts Farm Forestry Association and UCOL.
10 November 2021
A group of Whanganui secondary students interested in a career in the Police force have got a head start after completing a foundation programme through UCOL.
04 November 2021
Charlene McGechan’s academic success and fundraising efforts for her hurricane-stricken village have earned her one of 36 UCOL Whanganui scholarships.