26 November 2020
Te Rouhine Horiana Greening channelled her Māori culture into unique nail art, which helped her claim the top prize in a nail tech competition.
19 November 2020
Two experienced builders have been awarded scholarships to expand their skillsets and take their careers in the construction industry further.
17 November 2020
UCOL Whanganui Art and Design students have been busy putting the finishing touches on their work for their multi-site exhibition.
17 November 2020
After many learners had their access to tertiary education and training interrupted by COVID-19, the Technology Access Fund for Learners (TAFL) was launched to help tertiary institutes support their students.
10 November 2020
Building connections between students, employers, and employment services was the name of the game at UCOL’s recent Employment Expo.
03 November 2020
Tricia Falkner has always been fascinated by bugs and her latest photography exhibition is showing just how beautiful they can be.
28 October 2020
Manawatū photographer picks up multiple awards in international photo competition.
23 October 2020
Former nurse Dr Janice Wenn and early childhood teacher Braidie Heberley have received special UCOL awards recognising their contributions to the Wairarapa community.
21 October 2020
At its recent scholarship ceremony UCOL Whanganui awarded 41 scholarships worth a total $45,000, the most scholarships the campus has ever given out in a single year.
20 October 2020
The call of the wild is going out to young people, tangata whenua, and those affected by COVID-19, with UCOL and Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre announcing new training for protecting and conserving our native taonga.
15 October 2020
Aish was one of seven UCOL Manawatū students to receive scholarships at a recent ceremony. She was awarded the UCOL Scholarship for Effort and Achievement and the Soroptomist International Scholarship.
01 October 2020
Te Pūkenga leaders Stephen Town (Chief Executive) and Murray Strong (Chair) spent the day with UCOL staff and Board, sharing insights into the priority work ahead for Te Pūkenga and subsidiaries.