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Early Bird Discount for LSE/UCT July School Extended to 1 May!
The early bird discount for the LSE/UCT July School has been extended to 1 May. The 3rd annual LSE/UCT July School will run from 29 June to 10 July 2015 at UCT. On offer are courses from across the social sciences, all with reference and relevance...
Fine Minds Lecture Series Begins!
The first Fine Minds lecture Whose war was it, anyway? Jan Smuts, Louis Botha and the Union of South Africa in the First World War by Professor Bill Nasson was broadcast on Fine Music Radio (101.3) on Sunday 15 February.
Summer School Turns 65!
Summer School, is gearing up to celebrate its 65th anniversary next year. Organised annually by the Centre for Extra-Mural Studies, the programme has grown from seven courses and an enrolment of barely 120 participants in the 1950s, to well over...
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Thursday, 7 May 2015

The University of Cape Town (UCT) and London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and the will be hosting the third LSE-UCT July School at UCT in July this year. This innovative two-week programme, taught by UCT and LSE staff,  provides students, graduates and professionals from across the globe an exciting new opportunity to study important social sciences issues relevant to Africa today. 

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Friday, April 24, 2015 - 15:15

One of the mother city’s most loved institutions, the University of Cape Town’s Summer School, is gearing up to celebrate its 65th anniversary next year. 

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Thursday, December 4, 2014 - 14:30
Madosini

Summer School will celebrate its sixty-fifth anniversary with a free African jazz fusion concert featuring musicians Madosini, Pedro Espi-Sanchis, Johnny Blundell, Hilton Schilder and guest musicians.

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Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - 10:45

In September 2014, over seventy poets, academics, graduate students and poetry aficionados from South Africa, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia gathered at the University of Cape Town to participate in an international poetry colloquium under the provocative heading Craft Wars.  Initiated by Jarad Zimbler of the University of Birmingham and Ben Etherington of the University of Western Sydney, and hosted by the Centre for Extra-Mural Studies and the Department of English, Craft Wars: Comparative Perspectives on Poetry ’74 revisited, forty years on, a similar event that shook the South African literary world in 1974.

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Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 21:45

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