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VC Concert 2014
View our latest photo essay on UCT's annual Vice-Chancellor's Concert.


UCT Management statement on Gaza conflict
AIDS Community Educators (ACEs) - call for applications:
Closing date: 5 September 2014
Apply for PostGraduate Diploma in Addictions Care: Closing date: 30 September 2014


Live Art Festival
27 Aug - 06 Sep

Teaching & Learning with Google Spreadsheets, Forms and Presentations
27 Aug

Recycling, renewables & systems intelligence, by Prof Harro von Blottnitz
27 Aug

Seminar: Culture, Development and Human Rights
27 Aug

Photographing struggle and the human condition, by David Turnley
27 Aug

From Femlins to Saltwater Girls: Surfer Girls and Lifestyle Sport Consumption in South African surfing magazines, 1965–present, by Glen Thompson
28 Aug

TB Davie Memorial Academic Freedom Lecture, by Max du Preez
28 Aug

Medical Humanities in Africa Conference 2014
28 Aug - 29 Aug

An Introduction to Teaching and Learning in the Cloud using Google Apps, Add-ons and Scripts
29 Aug

Voices that Reason: Knowledge from the Ground Up, by Prof Ari Sitas
29 Aug


Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry shines at international congress

IACAPAPMembers of the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Cape Town returned with a clutch of awards from the International Congress of the International Association of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP), which was held for the first time in Africa.


Classrooms on the fly

Mobile classroomsOn the cusp of the second semester the new Teaching and Learning Building (TLB) on upper campus – due to host lectures in term 3 – was behind schedule. With just two weeks before the students came streaming back, various UCT role players came up with an innovative solution.


Ikeys regain the Vino Varsity trophy

Vino Varsity ChallengeThe skies were clear blue last Friday afternoon as the Ikeys were crowned the 6th Vino Varsity Challenge Champions for 2014 in the annual competition hosted by Backsberg.


1994: The Bloody Miracle screening at UCT

The Bloody MiracleA local documentary that explores an often untold story – of those who tried to derail South Africa's first democratic elections, pushing the country to the brink of civil war – will be screened at UCT on 26 August, with thanks to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. 1994: The Bloody Miracle was produced and co-directed by two UCT members of staff, Paul Egan and Meg Rickards.


UCT postgrad courses go online in Africa

Get SmarterUCT's Faculty of Commerce has launched the first two of a planned suite of online postgraduate programmes as part of a strategic initiative that will enable students across Africa to study with high-touch interactive support – anytime, anywhere.


Inspirational teachers honoured with Stella Clark Award

Stella Clark

Charlene Little and Amina Nordien were both recognised for their extraordinary contribution at an emotional ceremony on 18 August 2014.