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The University of the Western Cape wishes all matriculants of 2021 all of the best for your matric year and for life and study after matric.


If you are already an educator or you are an aspiring educator, you may wonder what the opportunities are with your industry to further advance your career. Many people often think studying further and obtaining a higher education often leads to a higher paycheck, yes it does, but above and beyond this, it also offers a wealth of professional and personal advancement. 

Contemplating earning your masters degree but unsure that it’s the right move for you? Check out this list of reasons why I think it’s a great move.
 


Are you a first-year student at UCT and wondering how to use Vula? Well, keep on reading to find out how to log in, use and access resources from Vula.


Since 1 October, some students have returned to their campuses, which is why Manamela’s teams have assessed their readiness to welcome these students. Manamela plans to do a nationwide oversight to ensure that all campuses are following the proper protocols and ensuring the safety of their students. Thus far they have visited the University of the Western Cape and Nelson Mandela University.


Many of us find ourselves in a time of uncertainty due to the coronavirus global pandemic. For many, this pandemic has had a huge effect on our lifestyles and our working environment. We had to change many aspects of our lives, especially adapting to a particular working style due to this pandemic. We found ourselves adjusting and finding new ways of working, taking some of us completely out of our comfort zones.


TVET College students are receiving support during Covid-19.

Today's online course lesson is Engineering Science N3 for NATED Report 191 students.


Before you to start a business, you have to first register your company. This process of registering can be done online by following a few step-by-step guides.


A message has been circulating to College of Cape Town students about free laptops. The College headed to social media to set the record straight.


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