UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, REGIONAL OFFICE (CANADA)
UCT Alumni Relations
The University of Cape Town (UCT) Regional Office: Canada facilitates a relationship between the University of Cape Town alumni in Canada and UCT in South Africa. The University of Cape Town is South Africa’s oldest university, and the leading teaching and research institution on the African continent.
- MAKE AN ONLINE DONATION using PayPal :
- MAIL YOUR CHEQUE, made out to “University of Cape Town Donations”,
to 2927 LakeShore Blvd W. Toronto ON M8V 1J3.
The University of Cape Town is a ‘prescribed university’ under Section 118.1 of the Canadian Income Tax Act (Schedule VIII, item No. 19). As a qualified donee, donations to the University of Cape Town are eligible for Canadian tax credits.
The regional office in Canada facilitates tax deductible individual, foundation and corporate donations made to UCT from Canada. UCT alumni and friends in Canada recognize the important role a UCT presence can play in Canada in assisting the development of leadership and innovation necessary to keep the University of Cape Town as a global player in the academic community.
Your support CAN make a long-term difference to the many lives impacted upon by the University of Cape Town through its research, teaching, student support and community outreach initiatives.
Since 1993, a Canadian fundraising presence has played a major role in fostering support for bursaries and scholarships for financially disadvantaged students, student volunteer activities in the community, and various university research initiatives. The following link will take you to our fundraising page: Support
Read the journey of creating and presenting a UCT Massive Open Online Course, or MOOC. MOOCS have become very popular globally, but remain rare in Africa. “The MOOC, Medicine and the Arts: Humanising Healthcare, kicked off in March 2015. It attracted more than 8000 students from more than 100 countries and seven continents… The MOOC featured seminars by medical doctors, artists and social scientists.”
An expert in autism has made a breakthrough that could allow doctors to diagnose the condition from brainwaves. Follow the link to UCT Research and Innovation.
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Calling all Engineering & Built Environment graduates - 2016 Alumni Reunions
Calling all Faculty of Health Sciences alumni who graduated in 1966, 1991, 2001. Additional 1966 Reunion in LA on November 5, 2016.