Depression is a leading cause of disability, and UCT’s Perinatal Mental Health Project aims to support women from disadvantaged communities who suffer from antenatal and postnatal depression. [ Bit.ly Link ]
In the age of big data and international collaboration, the need for research storage and high-performance computing facilities grows substantially each year, across all disciplines. Read more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The 12th Keith Grainger Memorial UCT Squash Open promises to be the biggest yet with more than 170 players from around the world expected to converge on the UCT Sports Centre between 21 and 28 April 2017. [ Bit.ly Link ]
With the list of candidates having been released on 12 April, the 2017/2018 UCT Students’ Representative Council (SRC) election season started in earnest on 18 April when the first interrogation of the aspirant student leaders took place. [ Bit.ly Link ]
UCT Open Day 2017 gives you the opportunity to explore all aspects of university life, attend various short lecturers offered by each of the six faculties, and a chance to explore the Library in a guided tour. #ChooseUCT
View the full programme: [ Bit.ly Link ]
FAQs about Open Day 2017: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Braving the seas on Antarctic research missions, making healthy snacks for students, building robotic star-gazing telescopes, mapping Africa's ionosphere, remaking 17th-century French plays, analysing hybrid hominin skulls and bracing for extreme weather – UCT has been busy.