UCT and the French Geological Survey public institution, BRGM, are working together to promote research into the sustainable management of natural resources.
They come from far and wide: from Zimbabwe, Haiti, Latvia, Monaco and the Falkland Islands, a diverse enrolment of 605 new international students who will be studying at UCT this year.
IAPO’s Global Short-term Academic Programme welcomed a group of students and their professor from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York for a short-term winter programme: ‘The culture of race, resistance and revolution in South Africa, then and now’.
A study tour to the US confirmed two things for six fintech master’s candidates: a burgeoning of disruptive fintech technologies driven by A.I, blockchain and big data – and that UCT’s course and students can hold their own globally.
For the 18th consecutive year, the UCT's Graduate School of Business has earned re-accreditation from Europe’s pre-eminent business school quality and impact assessment body.
VC Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng is currently visiting the Swiss home of the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).
Five UCT students have been selected to participate in the 2019 Tübingen-South Africa Program, in partnership with Stellenbosch University. The students will be engaging in a cultural exchange programme with the aim of exposing South African students to German culture and language.
John Ataguba says his selection to the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on Health and Healthcare is an opportunity for African voices to be heard.
Now extended to three weeks, the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Summer School from 7 to 25 January 2019 offers a bumper programme of 113 lectures (up from 70 in 2018) and a focus on Africa and “issues of consequence”.
Bachelor, master’s and PhD students as well as teaching and administrative staff can apply from December 2018.
Strategies to stay on in South Africa following graduation from the University of Cape Town (UCT) was the subject of an address by immigration lawyer Gary Eisenberg.