Check out these videos to find out more about what university support and services are available to you as a student at UCT.
The ‘Jammie’ is a scheduled shuttle service that runs at regular intervals, ensuring students and staff move between campuses easily.
UCT Libraries is a network of faculty and department aligned libraries across eight campus sites.
The Fees Office is a billing and debt collection office for student fees. They handle all general enquiries regarding fees so this video offers more information about their services.
UCT’s International Academic Programmes Office (IAPO) offers a range of services to support international students.
Stay&Connect manages bookings for UCT’S broad range of spaces for events, reasonable holiday accommodation, film shoots and more. Phelokazi Mbebe shares more about how Stay&Connect works and how you can utilise their services.
Known on campus as the OIC, the Office for Inclusivity and Change’s main purpose is to articulate and implement the university’s inclusivity strategy. Dr Sianne Alves takes us through the OIC’s mandate.
Student Housing and Residence Life in the Department of Student Affairs have made every effort to ensure compliance with COVID-19 protocols.
The University of Cape Town has pulled out all of the stops to ensure that spaces that students and staff members will be using on campus, are disinfected and properly cleaned.
UCT by the numbers, as well as a few things you didn’t know about the university, Cape Town and the Western Cape.
If you’re new to Cape Town, here’s the lowdown on affordable entertainment, eating out, clubs and societies, and giving back to the community.
Here’s everything you need to know about local services, getting around Cape Town and options for accommodation close to campus.
This is a quick guide to getting connected on UCT’s Wi-Fi network and how to get help from the ICTS department when you need it.
Your first year can be tough, so here’s the rundown on the student support available to you.
The transition to university can be difficult, but we’re here to support your academic work every step of the way.
Your safety is a top priority at UCT, and Campus Protection Services is there 24/7 to make sure that you stay safe.
Well-being is essential to your academic performance and your university experience. Here’s how we can help.
With multiple campuses spread across the city, these maps will come in handy sooner or later.