Take a step back from studying and join one of UCT’s clubs or societies – there’s a list of them to choose from and you won’t be disappointed.
Because everyone needs a break from the books, why not consider joining one of UCT’s 140 academic, faith, special interest, politics, and national and cultural clubs and societies.
Here is a taste of what’s available in these categories:
National and cultural
Here are a few other reasons we think you should sign up:
If you’re keen to join here’s how:
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) does not fund extramural activities, but if sponsored students would like to participate in societies or development agencies, they can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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