The Pitch has reopened its applications for a second and last call to students. Get your application in before midnight on 23 July.
Students, entrepreneurs, early-career researchers, and academics of all disciplines are invited to apply to Falling Walls Lab Cape Town.
UCT’s Works of Art Collection committee has added George Pemba’s Portrait of the Barman from Fourways (1976) to its African Modern Art Collection.
In an effort to support all students within the university space, the Residence Tutors Council has pioneered a multilingual tutoring system.
On 9 June, Professor Arthur Mutambara, a visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg, will facilitate a webinar for UCT students on academic success.
The Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) staff engagement session will take place on 7 June and will provide UCT staff with a clear overview of the act.
UCT students who sign up to participate in the SRC’s Afrika Day Essay Competition stand a chance to win big.
UCT’s vice-chancellor, Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng, will be one of five speakers at the re-launch of the Life Science Across the Globe as a monthly seminar series.
Renowned mathematician and National Research Foundation A-rated scholar Emeritus Professor Daya Reddy received an honorary doctorate from Stellenbosch University.
Critical race scholar Professor Rozena Maart will lead the Race Writing Workshop on 21 and 22 April 2021.
The Office for Postgraduate Studies has launched a suite of resources that provides postgraduates with key information about the services available to them at UCT.
This month the Baxter Theatre will open its doors for the annual Zabalaza Theatre Festival under strict COVID-19 guidelines.