University of Cape Town Online Registration 2021
Registration details for the various faculties for 2020:
- Faculty of Commerce (undergraduate students)
- Faculty of Commerce (postgraduate students)
- Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment (undergraduate students)
- Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment (postgraduate students)
- Faculty of Health Sciences (undergraduate students)
- Faculty of Health Sciences (postgraduate students)
- Faculty of Humanities (undergraduate students)
- Faculty of Humanities (postgraduate students)
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Science (undergraduate new students)
- Faculty of Science (undergraduate returning students)
- Faculty of Science (postgraduate students)
Please contact the relevant faculty for all queries regarding registration.
University of Cape Town
UCT is an inclusive and engaged research-intensive African university that inspires creativity through outstanding achievements in learning, discovery and citizenship; enhancing the lives of its students and staff, advancing a more equitable and sustainable social order and influencing the global higher education landscape.
UCT is a community of exceptionally talented students, teachers and researchers – and a wide range of professional, administrative support and service staff – all of whom are committed to help change this world for the better. We encourage one another to work hard, not only to earn degrees or public recognition, but also to be leaders in this increasingly changing world.
Our vision is to be an inclusive, research-intensive African university that addresses the challenges of our time with cutting-edge teaching, research and facilities. As a university we are committed to promoting transformation, to working tirelessly to guarantee the sustainability of our institution, and to ensuring excellence in all we do.
UCT has a proud tradition of academic excellence and is currently the top-rated university in Africa and one of the top-rated universities in the world. Our researchers continue to help with the creation of African-based solutions to global problems, including issues relating to climate change, urbanisation, safety and security, education and health, to name just a few. Many UCT researchers are recognised world leaders in their respective fields, which means that if you choose to study with us, you will continually be exposed to the latest scholarly work and research discoveries.