In 2016, the Centre for Film and Media Studies hosted its first African Filmmaking Fellowship. The programme is designed to ensure Africa’s next generation of talented filmmakers by training academics and postgraduate students in film, media and journalism.
Welcome all Humanities Students!
UCT Faculty of Humanities is one of largest faculties at the University of Cape Town and a leading institution on the African continent. In making the decision to study here, you have chosen to be part a dynamic, creative and multicultural community where innovation and diversity are prioritized and where personal growth and intellectual stimulation are guaranteed.
The Faculty of Humanities hosted a farewell event for outgoing Dean Professor Sakhela Buhlungu on 13 December 2016. He has left UCT to take up the position of Vice Chancellor of the University of Fort Hare, effective 1 February 2017.
Professor Johann Louw will be one of 120 retirees of the University of Cape Town in 2016. He joined the University on 1 January 1988 and worked in the Department of Psychology. He will retire from the institution at the end of December following a stellar 28 year career in teaching.
Urgent Notices for Humanities students