10 September 2021
As a 15-year-old refugee from Pakistan, Ali Muhammad-Jawad knows first-hand how isolated he felt as a sports-mad teenager arriving in a new country six years ago.
08 September 2021
Maraina Shone’s passion for cooking and her desire to be the best mum she can be steered her towards UCOL Wairarapa’s cooking programme. Now she loving life as a chef.
07 September 2021
UCOL Horowhenua’s hard work brings them a step closer in their goal to being the first Institute of Technology Polytechnic (ITP) in the country awarded Ako Aotearoa’s Dyslexia-Friendly Quality Mark (DFQM).
07 September 2021
UCOL students, staff, and their whānau have jumped at the opportunity to get their first COVID-19 vaccination at a pop-up clinic at the UCOL Manawatū campus.
01 September 2021
With the hospitality industry experiencing a major skills shortage, UCOL is set to offer a new programme that will allow budding cooks and chefs to earn a qualification while on the job.
26 August 2021
UCOL students, staff, and their whānau returned to UCOL Whanganui campus yesterday for a quick visit, as they received their first COVID-19 vaccination.
11 August 2021
UCOL Wairarapa will open its doors to secondary students and other interested learners on Wednesday 18 August, providing them a chance to discover what’s on offer.
09 August 2021
Manawatū illustrator Deanna Gunn had been attending Armageddon as a fan since 2011 – until she started exhibiting last year. Now she’s excited to show off her work when the pop culture convention hits Palmerston North for the first time.
05 August 2021
UCOL’s celebrating the largest event to ever hit their Manawatū campus – not to mention being one of the top five largest career expos in the country this year.
04 August 2021
A new centre for innovation, creative industries, entrepreneurship and education - housed in the historic Backhouse building on UCOL Whanganui’s campus - is inspiring excitement in the city’s creative hub.
03 August 2021
Nearly 2,500 people are employed in contact centres across the wider Manawatū – but the industry is still calling out for more staff.
28 July 2021
Training for a new career while raising children has its challenges, but apprentice mechanic Danielle Couchman encourages other parents to follow their dreams.