The Wairarapa campus is located in the heart of Masterton and has strong ties with the community and local iwi, Rangitāne o Wairarapa and Kahungunu ki Wairarapa, ensuring the campus is consistently working to meet the region's training needs.
The campus is set amongst trees and streams, with space for students to meet and study. UCOL Wairarapa is close to the CBD, with easy access to cafes and shops, with an on-campus childcare facility and cafe. Central to the campus is Whakaoriori Marae, which includes the campus' whānau room. The marae serves iwi and the wider community, alongside our students and staff. Other facilities include:
To keep students connected, free wireless internet and laptops are available for students on campus.
A range of classes are starting in July 2017. Find out what you can study.
Still in school? UCOL runs a range of programmes for seniors at secondary school seeking to transition into tertiary study and gain practical skills. See our brochure, Discover your Career while in School - Study Options for 2017.
If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with our Student Enrolment Advisor. Telephone 06 946 2300 or email A.Campbell@ucol.ac.nz.
UCOL has a range of services to help you with your study journey, including tips on how to fund your study and information about scholarship opportunities.
All students enrolled at UCOL gain automatic membership to Association of Students at UCOL (AS@U), which offers a range of support services and advocacy.
What's happening on campus
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