We have already invited many of you to take the first steps with us on a journey that will see the creation of a new strategy for our institution.
UCT is taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, and this page will feature the latest news and updates for the UCT community.
For UCT’s Works of Art Collection committee, the university’s vast visual art collection offers an opportunity to contribute to an inclusive expression of heritage.
Two University of Cape Town researchers to join global research partnership studying the effects of climate change on humpback whales in the Southern Ocean.
Researchers from the UCT GSB have won a prestigious international case writing competition for a new teaching case on the challenges faced by the South African cardiac device industry.
Associate Professor Maha Bali of the American University in Cairo guided participants through the process of rethinking the purpose of education and the future of universities.
Academics at UCT and the University of the Western Cape have partnered to produce a series of videos that provide simplified explanations to land administration in South Africa.
Construction Economics and Management students at UCT are hungry for a curriculum driven by the 4IR. How will the curriculum, teaching and classrooms adapt?
UCT’s Hasso Plattner School of Design Thinking has shared how it manages to navigate the online teaching and learning environment during lockdown.
Tutors shared their experiences of emergency remote teaching and learning on day two of UCT’s virtual 2020 Teaching and Learning Conference.
COVID-19 and the rise of emergency remote teaching has profoundly affected the identity and roles of academics and catapulted UCT into the future.
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