20 June 2018
UCOL Furniture Design graduate Leilani Krans-Tunnage has taken out the top place in the TVNZ show Design Junkies, booking her a trip to the Milan Furniture Fair.
29 May 2018
UCOL Music staff, graduates, and a student have been part of Centrepoint Theatre’s successful production of That Bloody Woman, which has now sold out for its final week of shows.
28 May 2018
An aspiration to have a career in IT, brought 27 girls from PNGHS and Freyberg together today for the annual Shadowtech event.
25 May 2018
Enrolled nurse and UCOL Graduate Dalreen Larkin has huge empathy for the families she works with.
25 May 2018
UCOL Nursing Graduate Diane Noble never considered becoming a nurse until her late 20s – growing up she didn’t even like the sight of blood.
08 May 2018
UCOL Furniture Design graduate Leilani Krans-Tunnage has been putting her skills to the test on the TVNZ show Design Junkies.
27 April 2018
The UCOL Weightlifting Club has got off to a great start, with the first competition of the year in Whanganui producing personal best performances and qualifying for the North Island Championships in July.
24 April 2018
UCOL-managed carpentry apprentices won the recent NZ Certified Builder (NZCB) Apprentice Challenges for the Manawatu and Wairarapa regions, booking themselves places in the national final.
06 March 2018
After embarking on the challenge of capturing one portrait a week for 100 weeks, Senior Lecturer Ian Rotherham launched his book ‘100 Portraits’ at the UCOL Public Lecture Series event on the 1st of March 2018 at the Palmerston North Campus.
23 February 2018
The inaugural results from a new graduate employment survey developed by the Tertiary Education Commission have arrived, giving employment data and evaluation of qualifications by UCOL graduates.
05 February 2018
Hundreds of creative graduates have passed through UCOL over the years, many of these studying and graduating in the creative industries with a Bachelor of Visual Imaging (BAVI).
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.