INTRA AFRICA Academic Mobility Scheme
In 2016 UCT applied for and was awarded funding under the EU funded Intra Africa Mobility Scheme to run the Africa Regional International Staff / Student Exchange: Food Security and Sustainable Human Wellbeing II Programme (ARISE II).
This programme will provide a total of 46 opportunities for masters and doctoral studies as well as for shorter research and administrative visits for student and staff mobility between the partner institutions under the following thematic fields:
- Engineering including Infrastructure and Energy
- Education Sciences
- Governance and Social Sciences• Marine Sciences and the Blue Economy
- Health Sciences
- Agriculture and Food Security
The ARISE II partner insitutions are the University of Cape Town, (Co-ordinating institution), Addis Ababa University, Makerere University and the University of Ghana. ARISE IIs technical partner is the University of Leuven and the International Education Association of South Africa serves as associate partner.
For more information visit: https://www.intra-africa-arise2.org
UCT is a partner in another Intra Africa Mobility Scheme Project called: Reinforcing Coherence Relevance and Partnerships in Computer Engineering Education in Africa – AFRICOM led by the Universite de Yaoundé, Cameroon.
For more information visit: https://afri-com.org/intra-africa/