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Faculty of Arts Holds Maiden Dean’s Award
November 19, 2018
The Faculty of Arts has celebrated its brilliant and hardworking students at the maiden Dean’s Award Ceremony. The efforts of these students...
November 16, 2018
Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro, has stressed the need to encourage the study and speaking of French in Ghana to enhance the...
November 01, 2018
The Faculty of Arts has celebrated its brilliant and hardworking students at the maiden Dean’s Award Ceremony. The efforts of these students who...

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    Why Faculty of Arts at UCC

    Diversity is our key strength

    As the largest faculty on campus, the Faculty of Humanities is home to more than 6000 Undergraduate and Postgraduate students annually. Currently, 43 countries are represented in our student body. We attract students and academics from across the globe which means exposure to a rich diversity of knowledge, experience and best practice.

    Research and Teaching

    UCT Faculty of Humanities has a reputation for demanding excellence from our staff and students. We are home to some of South Africa's most celebrated intellectuals, including award-winning composers and singers; renowned artistic directors and literary critics; world famous novelists and poets; national policy makers and advisors to governments; sought-after economists; and highly respected social science researchers.

    Research and Teaching

    UCT Faculty of Humanities has a reputation for demanding excellence from our staff and students. We are home to some of South Africa's most celebrated intellectuals, including award-winning composers and singers; renowned artistic directors and literary critics; world famous novelists and poets; national policy makers and advisors to governments; sought-after economists; and highly respected social science researchers.

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