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UCT is an inclusive and engaged research-intensive African university that inspires creativity through outstanding achievements in learning, discovery and citizenship; enhancing the lives of its students and staff, advancing a more equitable and sustainable social order and influencing the global higher education landscape.

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1st
IN AFRICA

UCT leads, in Africa, in all of the five major world university rankings: Times Higher Education, Quacquarelli Symonds, Center for World University Rankings, US News Best Global Universities and ShanghaiRanking’s Academic Ranking of World Universities.

136th
Times Higher Education

UCT moved 20 places to 136th position in the latest 2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

121st
US News

The sixth edition of the US News Best Global Universities rankings saw UCT being ranked 121st globally for 2020.

Upcoming Events

2020 20 Feb 15:00 18:30

Divided Pasts to Cohesive Futures: Reflections on Africa

Please join the launch of this Cambridge University Press publication edited by Hiroyuki Hino, Arnim Langer, John Lonsdale and Frances Stewart, and prepared in a partnership between the Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit at the University of Cape Town, and the Japan International Co-operation Agency. Dr Stanley Henkeman, Executive Director, the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation will deliver the keynote address, "Social Cohesion in South Africa – Past, Present and Future".

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2020 24 Feb 10:00

Are we ready for Genetically Modified Humans?

In recent years researchers have been working hard to develop faster, cheaper, and more precise ways to remove, add or modify genes in living organisms. They now have the ability to change our human genome - not only in people who are alive, but also in those who are yet to be born. Gene editing technologies raise profound questions about what it means to be human, and the extent to which we want to push the boundaries towards enhancement.

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2020 First Semester – isiXhosa Communication Skills Course Levels: Beginners and Intermediate
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