18 March 2021
The largest, longest-running, and perhaps the most diverse artist trail in the country is coming together with UCOL to celebrate ‘21 Years of Art Discovery’.
17 March 2021
Classes are in full swing at UCOL Horowhenua, and there’s more learners coming through the door than ever before.
16 March 2021
1,787 graduands will receive their qualifications during UCOL’s Graduation season, with many overcoming the challenges of studying through 2020’s COVID-19 alert level changes.
16 March 2021
UCOL’s Early Childhood Education and Care students have been making their mark while on work experience, with many being offered permanent jobs.
15 March 2021
With travel restrictions still in place, how do you deliver a global learning experience to students?
09 March 2021
Three powerful Manawatū women leaders joined forces at UCOL Manawatū last night for an interesting and inspiring evening in celebration of International Women’s Day.
19 February 2021
Three powerful Manawatū women leaders will join forces at UCOL Manawatū on International Women’s Day, 8 March, to kōrero on what an equal future looks like - the United Nations’ theme for this year’s International Women’s Day.
10 February 2021
UCOL Lecturer and Artist Launches Master’s Exhibition at Edith Gallery
09 February 2021
Paratriathlete Shaz Dagg is not afraid of a challenge and now she has her eyes on becoming the first female amputee to complete the Coast to Coast.
02 February 2021
It can only take one song to really take off – and Palmerston North band Ripple Effect are seeing that for themselves. Their single Sway, which was release last year, has just ticked over more than 200,000 listens on Spotify.
01 February 2021
When she’s not preparing for UCOL’s semester start, local lecturer Airini Beautrais is celebrating – her debut collection of short stories, Bug Week, has just been announced on the longlist for the Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
28 January 2021
Learners in the Manawatū, Whanganui, Wairarapa, and Horowhenua regions are flocking at the chance to take up free study covered by the Government’s Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF).