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UCOL to sizzle on Friday

UCOL to sizzle on Friday

UCOL Wairarapa will heat up on Friday with its annual Open Day.

The UCOL Summer Sizzle gives visitors the chance to find out what UCOL has to offer this year with programmes in Health and Science, Trades, Early Childhood, Beauty, Music, Cookery and more.

UCOL’s expert lecturing staff will be on hand to answer questions and the house built by Certificate in Carpentry students will be open for inspection.

The Summer Sizzle runs from 11.30am – 2.30pm on Friday 25 January in the Hub building (upper site) at the Chapel Street campus, Masterton.

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