18 June 2020
The offer of two years fees free trades training from Government is a golden opportunity for New Zealanders wanting to get ahead, according to UCOL Chief of Operations Linda Sissons.
13 May 2020
Students studying with UCOL will have more on-campus activities starting from Monday 18 May, while continuing with their online studies from home where possible.
30 April 2020
Last week UCOL hosted a panel discussion with attendees from around the world, addressing what the future of international education will look like under COVID-19’s affects.
22 April 2020
Following yesterday’s announcement by the Prime Minister, and the Ministry of Education guidelines for tertiary institutions, UCOL has announced details of how students’ learning will progress during COVID-19 Alert Level 3.
21 April 2020
Following yesterday’s announcement by the Prime Minister, and the Ministry of Education guidelines for tertiary institutions on what we can do safely, we will be taking the following approach as the country comes out of alert level 4 into level 3.
01 April 2020
As national changes to vocational education come into effect on 1 April 2020, UCOL becomes UCOL Limited.
10 September 2019
The Tertiary Education Commission has released 2018 educational performance results of all Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics across the country. UCOL out-performed the sector average in three out of the four key indicators.
01 August 2019
Today’s announcement from Minister of Education, Chris Hipkins, signals an important development in redefining New Zealand’s vocational education training sector, and is welcomed by central North Island polytechnic UCOL.
23 July 2019
International students make a valuable contribution to tertiary education in New Zealand.
19 July 2019
New and returning UCOL students will be diving into semester two with Re-Orientation starting on July 22.
09 June 2019
UCOL is holding a series of Open Days over the next few months to showcase programme offerings and what it is like to study at UCOL.
12 April 2019
UCOL raised $539.50 to help New Zealand kids access free mental-health counselling, as part of the Gumboot Friday appeal.