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ASSOC PROF ANDREW BOSCH

POSITION

Associate Professor, MSc/PhD and Exercise Science Elective coordinator and HUB3306F course convenor, Division of Exercise Science and Sports Medicine (ESSM), Department of Human Biology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town

QUALIFICATIONS

  • PhD (Physiology), University of Cape Town (1994)

DR YUMNA ALBERTUS-KAJEE

POSITION

Senior Lecturer, UCT Division of Exercise Science and Sports Medicine (ESSM), Department of Human Biology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town

QUALIFICATIONS

  • PhD (Physiology) (Exercise Science), University of Cape Town (2008)

EUROSA

EUROSA logoEUROSA+ (Europe & South Africa Partnership for Human Development) is a structured and institutionally embedded mobility project involving 9 European, 10 South African and 6 associated partners, aiming to promote mobility activities for South African and European individuals at master, PhD and staff level.UCT is not a member of this consortium, however, UCT students will be eli

EU-SATURN

EU-SATURN logoSeven European and nine South African partners along with four other associated partners form the EU-SATURN consortium. The co-coordinating partners for the EU-SATURN programme are the University of Groningen and the University of the Free State. UCT students and staff will be eligible to apply for this scholarship programme as part of the Target Group 1 category.

EMA2SA

EMA2SA logoNine European and five South African universities join forces in the ema2sa or 'Erasmus Mundus Action 2 for South Africa' consortium. The Erasmus Mundus Action 2 network is co-coordinated by the University of Leuven and the University of Cape Town. UCT students and staff will be eligible to apply for this scholarship programme as part of the Target Group 1 category.

What to bring?

The climate in South Africa is generally milder than in some parts of the USA and Europe, and the temperatures do not reach the extremes that they do there. Keep in mind, however, that the seasons are reversed and that you will be arriving in the opposite season if you are coming from the northern hemisphere.

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