UCT Post-graduate studies - Page 38



FACULTY OF SCIENCE
The faculty has a long and distinguished history. Formally
established in 1918 by UCT’s founding act, today it’s a
sizeable faculty consisting of 12 departments and multiple
research units whose teaching and research is internationally
acknowledged for excellence.
2 500
900
1 600
200
160
academic
departments
Archaeology
Astronomy
Biological Sciences
students
Chemistry
postgraduates
Computer
Science
undergraduates
Environmental and
Geographical Science
academic staff
Geological Sciences
support staff
PROFESSOR
ANTON
LE ROEX
Dean
12
Mathematics and
Applied Mathematics
“The faculty prides itself on its strong teaching
programmes, at both undergraduate and
postgraduate level, and on the strength of
its research enterprise. With well-developed
international links with researchers across the
world, the faculty is a major contributor to cuttingedge, globally relevant research. Our goal is to be
internationally recognised as a leading, researchintensive faculty and the top science faculty on
the African continent, producing research that is
globally competitive and locally relevant.”
CONTACT US FOR A LIST OF
POSTGRADUATE COURSES
+27 (0)21 650 2712
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25%
of the
publication
output of UCT
as a whole is
produced by
the Faculty
of Science
sci-science@uct.ac.za
Molecular and
Cell Biology
Oceanography
Physics
Statistical Sciences
www.science.uct.ac.za





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