25 March 2022
Salamo Sooalo’s faith and love for music brought him to Aotearoa from Samoa. Here, he started his journey to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a teacher.
16 February 2022
With business booming and Horowhenua and Kapiti set to host more and more major infrastructure projects, UCOL Horowhenua is wanting to make sure training opportunities are available and accessible.
25 January 2022
When Sahra Hassan completed UCOL’s New Zealand Certificate in Early Childhood Education and Care (Level 4) in 2021 she didn’t expect she’d be repeating the class so soon.
16 April 2021
After the success of UCOL’s Early Childhood Education and Care (Level 4) programme, the Ministry of Education has selected UCOL as one of their preferred education providers to upskill Early Childhood Educators across New Zealand.
16 March 2021
UCOL’s Early Childhood Education and Care students have been making their mark while on work experience, with many being offered permanent jobs.
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.
14 February 2020
UCOL students are set to kick off their year with the traditional campus pōwhiri and Orientation activities.
01 January 2020
If you are thinking about studying for the first time at a tertiary level there are some important things you need to know.
10 September 2019
The Tertiary Education Commission has released 2018 educational performance results of all Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics across the country. UCOL out-performed the sector average in three out of the four key indicators.
29 August 2019
A focus for the polytechnic sector is developing accessible learning options for professional students. The challenge is in making it work for people whether they are on campus, at home or work.
28 July 2019
UCOL Manawatū is set to open its doors to potential students with its winter-themed Open Day on 7 August.
23 July 2019
International students make a valuable contribution to tertiary education in New Zealand.