CHED, this week, hosted international collaborators on higher education and the public good.
CHED's First Year Experience Project's new website has gone live!
Read Suellen Shay's latest paper about educational investment in South Africa in the South African Journal of Science.
Director of CHED's First Year Experience Project, Danielle Fontaine, provides advice to students entering university about how to approach and deal with their first year.
Call to respond to a report by the Ministry of Higher Education containing proposals to fund academically eligible poor and "missing middle" students.
UCT Careers Service scooped two South African Graduate Employers Association awards recently: one for Best Careers Service and another for Best Careers Fair.
Dr Lovemore Kunorozva has completed an epic study journey of nine (9) years at UCT and has been consistently acknowledged for excellence and commitment as a recipient of two scholarships for his postgraduate work.
Trafalgar High School history teacher Salwa Southgate is this year’s Stella Clark Teachers’ Award winner, nominated by former pupil and first-year BSocSc student Lameez Fredericks.
The Multilingual Education Project, which is based in the Centre for Higher Education Development, has handed certificates to 72 excited students who completed the isiXhosa Communication Skills course during the first semester in 2016. The certificate ceremony was held on 18th May 2016. The students who were awarded certificates included 22 foreign students and students from departments such as Dietetics, Philosophy and Psychology.
At the recent launch of UCT’s Research and Innovation Report, Professor Danie Visser said that support for the Open Access movement should remain a focus for the research endeavour going forward. We wholeheartedly agree, and have been making a concerted effort to ensure CHED’s research is made available via the UCT Libraries-managed university repository, OpenUCT.
View an infographic that highlights the impact that some of our publications have had.
The Centre for Educational Testing for Access and Placement (CETAP) seeks to appoint an Academic Literacy Research Lead.
Academics the world over are facing increasing pressure to boost the visibility and impact of their research. Using data from a case study at a Namibian university, A/Profs Laura Czerniewicz and Catherine Kell examine the factors impacting on scholarly communication practices and the visibility of scholarly outputs in the African context.