Have you ever wanted to study at UCT? The University of Cape Town has often been voted the top university in South Africa on international charts.
The university offers many degree courses across a wide range of faculties. You could study, Social Science, Arts, Business, Commerce, Engineering, Health and many more. In 2017 President Zuma announced there would be free university fees for middle class families. If you couldn't afford varsity fees before you might now be able to study at UCT.
Bursaries are now available from NSFAS for students who can't afford to pay university fees, so that shouldn't stop you from applying to study at varsity.
Applications will open in April to study at UCT. You can do it all online. Click here for more details
More about UCT.
Founded in 1829, the University of Cape Town (UCT) is one of South Africa’s oldest and most prestigious universities. It is situated in Rondebosch with additional campuses in Observatory and central Cape Town.
UCT has more than 20 000 students – 30% of whom are postgraduate, 55% black, 49% female and international, UCT is the highest ranked South African (and only African) university in the top 200 universities worldwide according to the 2008 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).