13 May 2020
Students studying with UCOL will have more on-campus activities starting from Monday 18 May, while continuing with their online studies from home where possible.
07 May 2020
It’s not often that a fully functional and accredited laboratory gets set up within a week – but with Manawatū facing severe COVID-19 testing delays, Dr Rebecca Lucas-Roxburgh and her team made it happen.
30 April 2020
Last week UCOL hosted a panel discussion with attendees from around the world, addressing what the future of international education will look like under COVID-19’s affects.
22 April 2020
Following yesterday’s announcement by the Prime Minister, and the Ministry of Education guidelines for tertiary institutions, UCOL has announced details of how students’ learning will progress during COVID-19 Alert Level 3.
21 April 2020
An $8 million development to create an Education Centre for 500 equivalent full time health- related students annually is seeking assistance from the Shovel Ready Infrastructure fund.
01 April 2020
As national changes to vocational education come into effect on 1 April 2020, UCOL becomes UCOL Limited.
14 February 2020
UCOL students are set to kick off their year with the traditional campus pōwhiri and Orientation activities.
13 February 2020
Whanganui local and UCOL graduate Kris Lott has come a long way since she decided to give an introduction arts course a go.
10 January 2020
Four new murals will add to the vibrancy of UCOL Manawatū, with the campus being one of the locations for Palmerston North’s first international street art festival.
17 December 2019
A group of students from the Netherlands have completed projects for UCOL and experienced New Zealand culture as UCOL continues to build its international relationships.
17 December 2019
Business and Information & Communications Technology students marked the end of their internships recently with their Industry Project/Internship Showcase.
16 December 2019
In 2020 UCOL plans to keep up its investment approach, designed to meet the needs of the Region’s learners and employers.