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How One African University Has Extended Its Reach Across the Continent and Beyond
In the grand MOOC experiment, there are a few universities that stand out for their contributions to the new worldwide learning ecosystem.
Writing your World: Finding yourself in the academic space
Writing your World: Finding yourself in the academic space
This new free online course helps to familiarise prospective students of all ages with university expectations, particularly with regard to academic writing in English.
LSE–UCT JULY SCHOOL 2018
To be held at the University of Cape Town, 25 June - 6 July 2018
UCT Summer School
Summer School 2018
Is on now! Why not attend a lunchtime seminar?
Organ Donation: From Death to Life
Organ Donation - new free online course
In this course you will learn about the science behind death determination and when is it possible for deceased organ donation take place.
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Saturday, 20 January 2018
LSE–UCT JULY SCHOOL 2018

This innovative two-week 'summer school' style programme, run in Cape Town by staff from both the London School of Economics and UCT, provides an exciting opportunity to study important social science issues relevant to Africa today across diverse subject areas.Click here to apply for the 2018 school.

Publication Date:
Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 12:15
Trending and topical: Summer School is here

Summer School is an excellent opportunity for UCT students to sample the many disciplines available at the university, which may inform further study, said Medee Rall, the director of the Centre for Extra-Mural Studies (EMS). Moreover, students pay just one quarter of the registration fees.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - 14:45
Bangeni & Kapp's new book
Bangeni & Kapp's new book

Negotiating learning and identity in higher education by Dr Bongi Bangeni and A/Prof Rochelle Kapp, is the latest addition to the collaborative books produced jointly by CHED and other faculties at UCT.  The book addresses the issue of students’ multiple transitions in and out of the higher education system, and uniquely documents the agency they display as they negotiate the constraints of multiple contexts over time.

Publication Date:
Monday, November 6, 2017 - 14:45
Emeritus Prof. Ian Scott on Education in South Africa

Emeritus Professor, Ian Scott has written a series of articles for the Mail & Guardian about issues in Basic and Higher Education in South Africa: "Without success, access will fail", "No quick fix for university crisis", and "Core issues besides finance and access hinder students' success". 

Publication Date:
Friday, October 20, 2017 - 12:30

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