Read the latest news from CHEC, including the appointment of our new CEO, Prof T Eugene Cloete and insights into our projects.
The Creating the Leading-Edge Programme (CLE) has been developed by and for the universities in the Western Cape and is presented under the auspices of the Cape Higher Education Consortium (CHEC). The purpose of the CLE is: “To build and develop human capacity to create a thriving and supportive HE workspace.”
You are invited to join us at STIAS for the first face to face closing ceremony of the CHEC capacity development programmes. If you are unable to join physically, a zoom link will be shared as well. Let’s get together and share our experiences.
The CHEC Critical Conversation Series presents "Communications in Research", an online presentation on 2 December 2022
CHEC has sent a letter supporting Cape Town's bid to become the World Design Capital in 2014. In addition, the four universities have collected information about qualifications / programmes as well as Centres and Institutes that contribute to making Cape Town a "design city", i.e. a city that uses design to develop solutions that make an impact in addressing socio-economic challenges.
The Cape Higher Education Consortium Joins the Call for the Withdrawal of the Protection of Information Bill
The Board of the Cape Higher Education Consortium (CHEC), at its meeting on 28 October 2010, added its voice to the growing call from a wide range of organisations for the withdrawal of the Protection of Information Bill.
The programme for this event to be held at the Sports Science Institute includes three international speakers: Professor Geoff Scott, the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Quality) at the University of Western Sydney, A/Professor Simon Barrie, the Director of the Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University of Sydney, and Dr Caryn Musil, the Senior Vice President at the Association of American Colleges and Universities who oversees the Office of Diversity, Equity and Global Initiatives.