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Summer Global Internship, Cape Town
Combine a full-time internship with an integrated academic seminar to provide professional exploration and specific skills development. Learn about local business culture, intercultural communication, and linkages between local and global industry trends.
Options: Summer
Subject Areas
Council on International Educational Exchange, Cape Town (Special) - Summer
Subject areas are not available for this partner.
Requirements
Class Level: Sophomore, Junior, Senior
 
GPA: 2.50 cumulative GPA at the time of application and maintained through the end of the last term prior to departure.
 
Language Prerequisites: None

Language of Instruction
Regular courses taught in:
English
 
 
Univ. of Cape Town
Experience diversity and witness the ongoing social transformation of the nation through study and community service at this distinguished African research university.
Options: Spring
Subject Areas
University of Cape Town (Semester) - Spring
African StudiesXhosa and Sotho language study are offered through the African Languages and Literatures Department.
Agricultural Sciences
Anthropology
ArchaeologyThe department of archaeology is under the faculty of science and teaches a wide variety of courses.
ArchitectureCourses are offered through the School of Engineering and the Built Environment.
Art History
Art StudioMost fine arts courses are year long and are not open to semester students.
BiochemistrySee the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
Biological SciencesCourses are available in many areas including applied biology, ecology and evolution, marine biology, and zoology. Many courses are high units and include lecture, lab, and field work.
Business AdministrationLook for courses in the Faculty of Commerce
Chemical EngineeringCourses are taught in the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment
Chemistry
Civil EngineeringCourses are taught in the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment http://www.ebe.uct.ac.za/
Classics
Communication
Comparative Literature
Computer Science
DanceMost courses in dance are year long and are not open to exchange students.
Development StudiesAccording to the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016, UCT has ranked among the top 10 universities in the world in development studies for the second year in a row.
Dramatic ArtsSee the Institute of Performing and Creative Arts
Earth and Space Sciences
EconomicsCourses are offered through the Faculty of Commerce.
Electrical EngineeringCourses are taught in the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment
EngineeringCourses are taught in the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment
English
Environmental StudiesSeveral courses include field research. One focus is on environmental change and human-environment interactions.
Ethnic Studies
Film and Media Studies
French
Geography
HistoryThis department offers a full range of courses with exceptional coursework and research on southern African history.
Legal StudiesCourses in law are year long and are not open to semester students.
Linguistics
MathematicsCourses are offered by both the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering. Most math courses offered by the Faculty of Science are year-long. The Faculty of Engineering has more semester-long courses.
Mechanical EngineeringCourses are taught in the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment
MusicMost courses in music are year long and are not open to semester students.
Philosophy
PhysicsCourses are taught in the Faculty of Science http://www.science.uct.ac.za/
Political ScienceThe Department offers a wide range of courses on topics ranging from Human Rights to Emerging Democracies.
PsychologyHighly ranked and internationally recognized department. Courses in social psychology, developmental psychology, clinical psychology, and cognitive and neuropsychology.
Religious Studies
Sociology
StatisticsCourses are taught in the Faculty of Science http://www.science.uct.ac.za/
Urban Studies
Women’s & Gender Studies
Requirements
Class Level: Junior, Senior, Graduate
 
GPA: 3.00 cumulative GPA at the time of application and maintained through the end of the last term prior to departure.
 
Language Prerequisites: None

 
Other Eligibility Requirements:

Students must have the ability to adjust to the many new and different situations they will encounter, to be tolerant, personally responsible about safety and welfare, willing to adhere to UCEAP program policies and to follow the advice of the UCEAP local support structure.
Language of Instruction
Regular courses taught in:
English