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UCT has expanded to offer an online HIgh School

UCT has expanded to offer an online HIgh School

19 August 2021 4:12 PM

Guest: Dr Sara Black

The University of Cape Town (UCT) become the first university on the African continent to extend to cater to the secondary schooling market through an online platform. It aims to cater to each individual learner’s personal needs combined with the formal syllabus.
As an Expert on The Rights of Education and Transformation at the University of Johannesburg, Dr Sara Black will shed insight on the project.

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