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2018: A YEAR IN REVIEW | VICE-CHANCELLOR’S OVERVIEW
In this season of change, it is clear
that our students, staff members,
alumni and donors are ready for a
more inclusive institution to emerge,
an institution that speaks more
directly to their lived realities. We
want to see an institution that is more
representative of the country we live
in, and for students and staff to see
their cultures, values, heritage and
knowledge systems reflected here in
everything they do. We are a diverse
community making a contribution
to this institution, the people who
belong to it and its future. And as we
all contribute, we all benefit – in our
personal growth, in our careers and
as a university community.
Our constant dedication to the
academic project is the cornerstone
of our work at UCT. How can we
continue to maintain our high
standards and make a lasting,
sustainable impact in higher
education and in wider society? This
is the question that drives our vision
and informs all we do.
The vision is supported by three
pillars that are the very foundations
of the academic project: excellence,
transformation and sustainability.
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