UWC Courses 2023-2024

By | March 21, 2023

UWC Courses 2023-2024

UWC Courses 2023-2024

UWC Courses 2023-2024

About the UWC Courses 2023-2024

The University of the Western Cape (UWC) is a public university located in Bellville, Cape Town, South Africa.  UWC offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in various disciplines, including:

  1. Accounting
  2. Business Management
  3. Computer Science
  4. Economics
  5. Education
  6. Law
  7. Psychology
  8. Social Work
  9. Medicine and Health Sciences
  10. Natural Sciences, including Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities is widely recognized both nationally and internationally for providing excellent education to undergraduate and postgraduate students across a range of fields. The faculty is also known for its significant research activity. Graduates of the program possess valuable skills in critical thinking, communication, and social awareness, which enable them to engage well in diverse social contexts. They go on to have successful careers in various fields, such as media, journalism, education, marketing, public relations, publishing, advertising, information technology, library and archival work, translation, religious ministry, writing, and consulting.
The Faculty of Community and Health Sciences (CHS) is an internationally recognised faculty for community-based, interdisciplinary education and research in the health, well-being and social justice fraternity. It has a long history of focusing on promoting equity and community development in its education programmes and training of professionals, and is involved in partnerships with service providers and communities in urban, as well as rural areas within South Africa and other African countries.

Our faculty offers a unique opportunity for career opportunities at both undergraduate and postgraduate studies in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, nursing, dietetics and nutrition, psychology, social work, sport, recreation and exercise science, complementary health sciences (Chinese medicine and acupuncture, Unani Tibb, phytotherapy, and naturopathy) and in public health.

The Faculty of Dentistry is a world-class oral health centre committed to the promotion of oral health through excellence of its teaching and learning, service rendering, community engagement and research.The Faculty of Dentistry offers high-quality professional education and service based clinical training at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, laying the foundation for life-long professional development.

The Academic Oral Health Centres at Tygerberg and at Mitchells Plain are at the core of our clinical platform, but clinical care and training activities also take place at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s and Groote Schuur hospitals, Gugulethu and Mitchells Plain Dental Clinics, the Phelophepha Health Trains and many other locations served by our mobile dental clinic.


Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences

Department of Accounting
The Department of Accounting provides both relevant and quality training, research, and community service that will cater for the accounting training requirements of civil service, local government and public enterprise in South Africa, as well as that of the private sector in the composite disciplines of Accounting (incorporating Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Financial Management, Auditing and Control, Information Systems and Taxation) in both the private sector and public sector environments.
Department of Economics
Welcome to the Department of Economics at the University of the Western Cape. Our professional degree programmes are carefully designed and focused on developing your skills as an economist that can be applied to a range of real world issues.
Department of Industrial Psychology
If you have a mind for business and a heart for people, then Industrial Psychology is the place for you. For an overview of what Industrial Psychology is all about, please click on the following link (www.siop.org ). In general, our Department has several stakeholders and responsibilities: aspiring student Industrial Psychologists and Human Resources Managers (HR), business world, research, and the community.
Department of Information Systems
The intersection and interaction of technologies, people, organisations and societies have created a demand for Information Systems graduates  with specific attributes, knowledge and skills.   In response to this demand, the Department of Information Systems develops and equips students to participate in the 21st century digital world and in particular the digital economy.  Across our undergraduate and post graduate programs the Department offers a range of ICT related skills.


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