Faculty Assembly
All Humanities staff, students and interested parties are invited to attend. 6 August 2015, Jameson Hall, 13h00 -15h00. The theme is Transformation. Bring your constructive ideas to the table!
UCT Massive Open Online Courses
Interested in enrolling in Free Online Courses? UCT Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) include: 'What is a Mind?' and 'Medicine & the Arts: humanising healthcare'.
Semester Study Abroad
Did you know that as an international student, you could spend one or two semesters at Africa’s leading academic institution? The Faculty of Humanities is the most popular choice for SSA students visting UCT.
IT donation gives hope to local schools
This year, the Humanities Central Technology Unit (CTU) earmarked a total of ten computers for donation to disadvantaged schools in the Western Cape.


Saturday, 1 August 2015

An innovative student leadership programme is building a bigger pool of socially conscious citizens to ensure a brighter tomorrow in South Africa. The Klaus-Jürgen Bathe Leadership Programme was established at the University of Cape Town to produce graduates who will occupy leadership positions in government, industry and civil society and, using their unique skills, make a difference in South Africa and on the Continent. 

Publication Date:
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 - 11:45

Thembalethu Mfebe has been selected to join the inaugural M-Net Magic in Motion Academy. Twelve of South Africa’s top Film and Media graduates were selected following a nationwide search for the best of the best. Mfebe is the only UCT graduate to make the final cut in 2015.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 - 11:30

The University of Cape Town has secured an agreement with the Portuguese government that will see an extension of the Portuguese language curriculum to benefit additional students.  The protocol was signed at an official ceremony at the University, on 17 June 2015.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 - 11:15

Child abuse is a serious problem facing society and children in poorer communities are among the most vulnerable. Inge Wessels, a Doctoral student in the UCT Department of Psychology, has been investigating early intervention programmes as part of her postgraduate research. 

Publication Date:
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 - 11:00