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Upcoming Events

2019 07 Jan 09:00 25 Jan 17:00

Summer School 2019

UCT’s 2019 Summer School is now open for booking through Webtickets. Offering all the intellectual stimulation of university study without the exams or entrance requirements, UCT's Summer School has been part of the fabric of the city for 68 years. More than one hundred short courses cover everything from astronomy to zoology, music to current affairs. Discover the mysteries behind the human genome, neuroscience, spaceflight, sharks and the 1918 flu. Explore Islamic philosophy, land reform, Eastern Europe, great literature and famous art.

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Introduction to Stata

This course is designed for people who need to brush up on their basic Stata skills or who wish to attend the other courses in our programme, in particular, the "Complex Social Survey Data" course or the "Measuring Economic Welfare" one. It will also be useful for anyone who needs a basic Stata refresher. This course is offered twice a year.

Applications close on 10 October 2018.

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2019 19 Jan 14:00 20:00

Doc Moss Memorial Day 2019

In honour of the late Dr Cecil Moss the UCT Rugby Club is hosting a memorial game between our 1st XV and an invitational side drawn from local club rugby teams.

Doc Moss was a UCT alumnus, class of 1946: a dedicated and respected anaesthetist, he assisted in the first ever heart transplant, and was part of the team that operated on Nelson Mandela during the former president’s political imprisonment. But he also had a rich career as a passionate and much-loved rugby player and coach – for UCT, Western Province, and the Springboks.

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UCT's Employee Wellness Programme with the Independent Counselling and Advisory Services (ICAS) has expanded into a bigger programme that...
The monthly scheduled ICTS maintenance slots for 2019 start on Sunday, 20 January, when ICTS services should not be expected to be...
Faulty lifts: New emergency numbers
The University of Cape Town (UCT) has appointed a new lift maintenance provider, so the emergency numbers have changed with...
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