15 November 2018
Tertiary study will remain fees-free for first time students in 2019, opening up opportunities for new learners to come to UCOL.
15 November 2018
Three UCOL students study fees-free thanks to Māori and Pasifika Trades Training.
06 November 2018
UCOL first and third year Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science (BESS) students put some Palmerston North High School students through their paces, in a six class series that focused on speed, agility and quickness.
31 October 2018
UCOL's Sandra Bayliss, Programme Leader and Lecturer from the Nurse Education Team at UCOL, was recently chosen as a peer reviewer in one of Elsevier's publications.
30 October 2018
UCOL Furniture Design & Making students have had another successful year at the National Woodskills Competition in Kawerau, with three students picking up awards.
19 October 2018
UCOL's Danny Reilly imparts an inspiring message about the value of education in prisons at the Corrections Regional Education Forum.
12 October 2018
Over 400 secondary schools students from the lower North Island will be finishing the school year with new skills and knowledge in their chosen Vocational Pathway after completing U-Skills Academy programmes at UCOL.
09 October 2018
Following the call from Weta Workshop for New Zealand tertiary students to let their imaginations run wild, Deanna Gunn, a second year Bachelor of Creative Media Student at UCOL, submitted an entry to the Gwangmyeong Concept Design Competition. Her stunni
08 October 2018
UCOL has performed consistently in 2018, with indicators such as educational performance, student numbers, and financial performance all looking positive, despite a tough environment.
05 October 2018
UCOL marks World Teachers’ Day
27 September 2018
It’s first thing on a Monday morning, and the Camelia Lounge at Metlifecare is brimming with elderly residents awaiting the arrival of third year Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science students from UCOL.
18 September 2018
Eight new majors within the UCOL Bachelor of Information and Communications (BICT) are set to take off in 2019, which will greatly benefit both students and employers.