University of Cape Town - UCT

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The University of Cape Town, referred to as UCT, is South Africa's oldest university and has its main campus on the slopes of Table Mountain in Rondebosch. It is home to 17 000 undergrad students, 11 000 postgrad students and 4 000 staff. There is also a medical campus, aligned to the famous Groote Schuur Hospital; a fine art campus in central Cape Town; and the Middle campus which houses the music, arts and related disciplines.

The Graduate School of Business teaches the MBA degree as well as other postgrad courses, short courses and industry-specific development programmes, It is housed in a converted prison at the V&A Waterfront in central Cape Town.

Qualifications offered

FACULTIES:

Centre for Higher Education Development

Academic Development Programme

Commerce

Accounting, College of

Actuarial Research, Centre for (CARe)

African Institute of Financial Markets & Risk Management

Engineering & the Built Environment

Architecture, Planning & Geomatics, School of

Health Sciences

Anaesthesia

Anatomical Pathology

Humanities

African Cinema Unit (ACU)

African Gender Institute, Department of

African Studies, Centre for

Afrikaans and Netherlandic Studies, Department of

Albertina & Walter Sisulu Institute for Ageing in Africa (IAA)

Law

Advanced Legal Studies, School for

Science

Archaeology, Department of

Astronomy, Department of

Delivery Method
Contact
Type of education institution
Universities
- Education Faculty
- Engineering & the Built Environment Faculty
- Health Sciences Faculty
- Science Faculty
- Commerce Faculty
- Law Faculty
- Humanities Faculty
Qualification Types
Bachelors Degree
Honours Degree
Post Graduate Certificate
Post Graduate Diploma
Masters Degree
Doctorate

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