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Make your Humanities degree work for you
The Humanities Careers Café, aimed at addressing recruitment opportunities in industries specific to these students, will take place on 26 September.
19 Sep 2018
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Sarah Baartman exhibition
The Saartjie Baartman sculpture, one of the most important works in UCT’s collection, will be on display during an exhibition from 20 September to 4 October.
18 Sep 2018
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Karin Murris inaugural lecture
28 Aug 2018
Enhancing the learning of anatomy
24 Aug 2018
Mental health colloquium for students
13 Aug 2018
Fuller gears up for 90th celebrations
08 Aug 2018
Solution Space fintech start-up weekend
07 Aug 2018
MOU signed with the University of Massachusetts
26 Jul 2018
Financial maths duo’s big win
25 Jul 2018
UCT welcomes Wikimania 2018
09 Jul 2018
UCT hosts first gesture studies conference in Africa
05 Jul 2018
Finance Department undergoes self-review
28 Jun 2018
Meet the linguists
25 Jun 2018
Steps towards decolonised learning
22 Jun 2018
Mental health needs investment
Professor Crick Lund will argue for the need to invest in mental health in low- and middle-income countries in his upcoming inaugural lecture.
16 May 2018
Apply now to the LSE-UCT July School
The London School of Economics and Political Science and UCT will be co-hosting the sixth LSE–UCT July School from 25 June to 6 July.
07 May 2018
UCT 10 km Memorial Run
The annual UCT 10 km Memorial Run takes place at 07:00 on Sunday, 6 May and is open to all staff and students.
03 May 2018
Building resilient societies
Associate Professor Dr Nancy Odendaal will make a presentation to the United Nations as part of a panel focused on balancing infrastructure development and sustainability.
24 Apr 2018
Maths boot camp
The Centre for Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Research and the Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics recently hosted a maths boot camp for 40 grade 11 learners.
19 Apr 2018
A display of powerful femininity
The much-acclaimed Womb of Fire comes to the Baxter Theatre, promising a powerful display of the female body.
12 Apr 2018
Crafting IP law for Africa
How can intellectual property laws strike a balance between securing access to knowledge and culture, and protecting the outputs of individuals and industry?
23 Mar 2018
Accents film launch
Based on research into language and accents on campus, the UCT Language Policy Committee will be launching its film Are you judging? on 22 March.
16 Mar 2018
Annual Steve Lawn Memorial Lecture
Professors Peter Piot and Liz Corbett of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine will deliver the annual Steve Lawn Memorial Lecture on 19 March.
16 Mar 2018
110 ad hominem promotions
Congratulations to the 110 academic and technical staff who have been successful in the latest round of ad hominem promotions.
14 Mar 2018
Maties victorious at centenary match
The UCT Ikeys met Stellenbosch University’s Maties for the 106th time in a match that marked the centenaries of both institutions.
07 Mar 2018
New partnership to accelerate fuel cell research
UCT is ready to develop new and increasingly innovative hydrogen and fuel cell technologies through a partnership with the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems.
06 Mar 2018
Shave or spray in solidarity
The annual CANSA Shavathon comes to the Health Sciences campus once more. Shave, spray or donate to show solidarity with those affected by the disease.
28 Feb 2018
Power and racism in the US justice system
Visiting Professor of Law Angela Davis will be in conversation with Dean of Law Professor Penny Andrews to discuss power and racism in the US justice system.
26 Feb 2018
SS Mendi memorial
UCT will be hosting a memorial service this weekend to commemorate the men from the South African Native Labour Corps who died aboard the SS Mendi.
23 Feb 2018
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