13 December 2022
UCOL | Te Pūkenga Horowhenua has expanded its study offerings for 2023.
20 September 2022
UCOL | Te Pūkenga Manawatū held its first-ever women in trades forum for ākonga | students in August, with a second due to be held next week.
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.
19 July 2022
UCOL reported to Te Pūkenga recently on new blended programmes of study that use an authentic blended delivery approach - face to face, self-directed and workplace learning.
22 June 2022
Two commercial road transport programmes have been launched at UCOL Wairarapa to support the region's booming logistics sector.
31 March 2022
Billie Hemopo is on a roll. She aced her NZ Certificate in Construction Skills Level 3 last year and now has more projects in her sights
01 March 2022
For Manawatū builders Jack Lord and Connor Deane, receiving a Freemasons Willson Lewis Scholarship is an opportunity to take their careers to the next level.
31 January 2022
More and more electric vehicles (EVs) are cruising Manawatū streets – but just like any other vehicle, they still need to pop into the shop for tune-ups and maintenance.
17 December 2021
A partnership between Te Ahu a Turanga: Manawatū Tararua Highway project and the Universal College of Learning (UCOL) is providing local people with training and employment opportunities on a major infrastructure project.
01 December 2021
UCOL Beekeeping Students Buzzing About New Jobs
29 November 2021
It’s crucial for farmers to keep up with the changing times – and UCOL’s new Farming Systems and Equipment (Level 3) programme aims to help newcomers do just that.
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.