Learners attending the National Science Week at the Soweto Science Centre
Close to 8000 high school learners visit the Art Centre
One of the greatest writers of all time, William Shakespeare, was immortalised at our University, when performances of two of his famous plays were staged at our Arts Centre. Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Othello remain two invaluable teaching tools offering dynamic performances, both educational and entertainment, as the timeless classics remain powerfully relevant to present-day audiences. Over a two week period thousands of school learners gain a better understanding of the plays’ varied themes of racism, love, jealousy and betrayal. We also used the opportunity to engage with prospective students on the various UJ study offerings, and many were excited about the prospect of studying at our University.
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