28 June 2023
UCOL | Te Pūkenga Manawatū is set to launch a new entertainment and event technology programme to help budding lighting and sound technicians develop their skills.
11 May 2023
UCOL | Te Pūkenga will be involved in a number of events for Techweek in Manawatū and Whanganui, including a panel discussion with women working in the tech sector.
12 October 2022
Ākonga (learners) looking to build their cybersecurity skills can now do so at UCOL | Te Pūkenga, with UCOL’s first group of ākonga for the New Zealand Diploma in Cybersecurity Level 6 nearing completion of the course.
02 February 2022
With around 10 billion devices connected to the internet worldwide and high profile data breaches becoming all too common, there is the growing need for New Zealand organisations to invest time, money, and personnel in protecting and storing data.
17 December 2019
Business and Information & Communications Technology students marked the end of their internships recently with their Industry Project/Internship Showcase.
05 September 2019
UCOL | Te Pūkenga Whanganui is one of six New Zealand locations playing host to GovHack, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest open data competition.
28 July 2019
UCOL Manawatū is set to open its doors to potential students with its winter-themed Open Day on 7 August.
26 June 2019
Shadowing a successful IT business-woman for a day might be the key to inspiring secondary school students to pursue a career in the tech sector.
21 December 2018
UCOL Te Pūkenga Bachelor of Creative Media students contributed 2,835 hours and talent of pro bono work in 2018 to the local not-for-profit sector.
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.
28 May 2018
An aspiration to have a career in IT, brought 27 girls from PNGHS and Freyberg together today for the annual Shadowtech event.
01 November 2017
In October 2017 at the UCOL | Te Pūkenga Public Lecture Series, Dr Steve McKinlay shared research insights on "AI and Algorithmic Culture: Implications for Freedom and Democracy".