17 November 2022
A new Palmerston North food cart is all about taking a simple but beloved food to the next level.
07 November 2022
Learners at UCOL Te Pūkenga Manawatū were able to gain first-hand employment advice from businesses, recruitment agencies, and non-profit organisations at the Employment Expo held on campus last week.
20 September 2022
UCOL | Te Pūkenga Manawatū held its first-ever women in trades forum for ākonga | students in August, with a second due to be held next week.
29 August 2022
Akonga | students from UCOL’s Bachelor of Creative Media impressed a panel of marketing professionals and business experts with the calibre of their work.
16 August 2022
A group of UCOL’s architectural students have teamed up with Whanganui District Council to help create a new ticketing booth for the iconic Cooks Gardens.
04 May 2022
A building that helped nurture generations has been strengthened and modernised so that it can help connect UCOL students to their future careers.
08 December 2021
The Government’s Targeted Training and Apprenticeships Fund (TTAF) has had a big impact in the lower North Island, with learners and local employers reaping the benefits.
05 August 2021
UCOL Te Pūkenga is 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.
05 July 2021
Ryan Clark built his first computer at age 12 with the help of a YouTube video. Now 15, he estimates he’s built more than 100 PCs and his part time computer business has done $60,000 in sales in the last few months alone.
02 July 2021
Employers in the Manawatū who met with UCOL Te Pūkenga Board members and staff this week are enthusiastic about working together to boost learning opportunities for the Regions' workforce.
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.
10 November 2020
Building connections between students, employers, and employment services was the name of the game at UCOL’s recent Employment Expo.