New International Pathway Programme at UCT
Would you be interested in studying at the top-ranked university in Africa? The University of Cape Town has recently introduced its UCT International Pathway Programme, allowing you to take the next big step in your academic journey.
The University of Cape Town is situated in one of the most stunning cities in the world. With nearby nature reserves, sandy beaches and year-round sunshine, this university is surrounded by natural beauty. Cape Town’s idyllic environment along with its young and multicultural population means it is the perfect destination to grow and flourish as a student.
About the International Pathway Programme
The University of Cape Town is dedicated to attracting and retaining international talent. However, like many universities, they require applicants to demonstrate English language proficiency in order to be accepted onto a postgraduate course. The UCT Pathway Programme is designed specifically for students needing to improve their English language level in order to meet these requirements.
The programme will give you the opportunity to gain the confidence you need to thrive at an in-depth level of study by improving your speaking, writing, listening and reading skills. The course will help you to reach your full potential, allowing you to learn with clarity at a higher level.
How to apply
As the UCT International Pathway Programme is only open to postgraduate students with a conditional offer from the university, why not find out more about this outstanding institution? UCT has 6 departments – Commerce, Engineering & the Built Environment, Law, Health Sciences, Humanities and Science. Within these faculties there is a broad range of courses to choose from, so you can pick the perfect path to lead you to your future career.
To learn more about this programme and the admission requirements, please see the University of Cape Town website.
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