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Celebrating student entrepreneurs
The Entrepreneurship Intervarsity competition could be the first step to becoming your own boss, so University of Cape Town (UCT) students with big ideas for their own businesses should take note that there only a few days left to submit entries...
2019 CAREERS SERVICE GUIDE IS OUT NOW!
The 2019 Careers Service Guide has landed. Come get yours at the Hoerikwaggo Building, Level 1, North Lane, Upper Campus. We are here Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 16:30.
Writing Centre relocation
Writing Centre relocation to Knowledge Commons
On the 18th of April, the UCT Writing Centre has relocated to the Knowledge Commons. For further queries, the Writing Centre Administrator, Gadija Arend, can be contacted on 021 650 5021.
UCT graduates ‘highly sought after’
More than 50% of the University of Cape Townʼs (UCT) 2018–2019 graduate cohort are employed in South Africa’s private sector, with over 20% earning more than R20 000 a month.
Stella Clark in thought.
Nominate a former teacher for the Stella Clark Teacher's Award
UCT students are invited to nominate a teacher who is currently teaching in a secondary school and who, in your opinion, deserves recognition for years of dedicated teaching to students from educationally disadvantaged backgrounds.
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Sunday, 15 September 2019
‘Pillar of strength’ wins 2019 Stella Clark award

Shongwe, who teaches at Mandlesive Secondary School in Mpumalanga, was selected to receive the prestigious University of Cape Town (UCT) accolade thanks to Sifumba’s sterling nomination to the Stella Clark Teachers’ Award committee.

Clarke was a language development lecturer in UCT’s Centre for Higher Education Development (CHED), and the award seeks to honour her memory by shining a spotlight on teachers making a marked difference in the lives of disadvantaged children in underprivileged communities.

Publication Date:
Fri, 16 Aug 2019 - 12:30
Charmza Madiba

CHED’s Prof Mbulungeni Madiba is CHARMZA of the month for role in launching UCT’s 1st Khoisan Khoekhoegowab language course.

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Wed, 12 Jun 2019 - 13:00
Five things I learnt at d-school

A one-day introductory course into design thinking offered UCT staff and students valuable insights into this problem-solving skill and writer Carla Bernardo jumped at the chance to take part. Here she shares what she learnt.

Publication Date:
Fri, 24 May 2019 - 13:45
Fostering multilingualism on campus

Multilingualism is a form of development and empowerment at a time when some of the...

Publication Date:
Fri, 17 May 2019 - 17:45

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