01 December 2021
UCOL Beekeeping Students Buzzing About New Jobs
29 November 2021
It’s crucial for farmers to keep up with the changing times – and UCOL’s new Farming Systems and Equipment (Level 3) programme aims to help newcomers do just that.
19 November 2021
With Manawatū’s scientific sector growing from strength to strength, the demand for talented graduates is experiencing the same. UCOL’s NZ Diploma of Applied Science is seeing this first hand, with their graduates getting snapped up by industry.
11 November 2021
Students from Whanganui Collegiate School have taken out four of the six top awards in the Secondary Schools Creative Woodskills Competition run by Middle Districts Farm Forestry Association and UCOL.
10 November 2021
A group of Whanganui secondary students interested in a career in the Police force have got a head start after completing a foundation programme through UCOL.
04 November 2021
Charlene McGechan’s academic success and fundraising efforts for her hurricane-stricken village have earned her one of 36 UCOL Whanganui scholarships.
03 November 2021
When Paula Childs (52), Laike Moes (20), and Charlotte Wells (16) enrolled for UCOL’s six week AG Contracting Course, their aim was simple. They were ready to enter New Zealand’s largest export earning industry.
02 November 2021
For Faith Henare-Stewart, receiving two UCOL scholarships will help her pursue her dream of working as a multi-talented artist and passing on her creative skills.
01 November 2021
Grady Webb has taken a more interesting path than most people before deciding to study at UCOL’s Manawatū campus.
29 October 2021
With tenancy space proving hugely popular, Whanganui’s new centre for for innovation, creative industries, entrepreneurship and education needs new hands to guide its direction.
20 October 2021
Staff and learners at UCOL, and Manawatū employers and iwi are encouraged to engage with the proposed Te Pūkenga Operating Model shared this week.
29 September 2021
If Anna Barlow ever needs to remember how far she’s come in the past 18 months, she just looks at her first UCOL Student ID card. “I looked very sad back then,” she says.