As I write this blog you all should have started classes either at UWC or UCT today. I know that despite all the chats about how big the classes will be and just how different a big university feels like, today will still feel like starting Grade 1 because… More
It’s been just about 2 1/2 weeks since your arrival in Cape Town and I am sure that many of you are feeling that it has been a non-stop time of experience new sights, eating new food and hopefully beginning to enjoy new friends too. I had a fun time taking… More
Getting to Know Cape Town & Its People
Natalie Marshall, a Senior at Arcadia University, writes about her experiences as a study abroad student in Cape Town, South Africa. In the first of two blog posts, she describes how learning about the country’s… More
A big adjustment for you will be coming to grips with living in the southern hemisphere. So let’s unpack your packing!
From January through to the end of April, the weather will be warm to mild, ranging from high 80’s in Jan down to high 60’s in April… More
It’s 92F today in Cape Town, and the city is abuzz with festive shoppers and holiday-makers. It’s summer in the southern hemisphere (something you will need to remember) and Christmas is celebrated outdoors with picnics and braais (barbecues). By the… More