Cape Town is a multicultural city with a diverse history which is reflected on the Inscape Cape Town campus. Nestled near the eastern edge of Salt River, approximately 4km east of the city centre, the campus is situated near trendy restaurants and artist studios. The beautiful city of Cape Town has a strong tradition of supporting design and encouraging local and international design collaborations. Cape Town was the 2014 World Design Capital and hosts the renowned Design Indaba each year. The campus is accessible by car, and for those using public transport, there are taxi and bus pick up points within walking distance from the campus.
The Inscape Cape Town campus reflects the richly diverse, multicultural environment and embraces the creative spirit of the city.
The average day at Inscape Cape Town sees students balancing hard work and play. Lecturers actively facilitate classes and students are engaged, energetic, vocal and collaborative. The lecturers and staff at Inscape Cape Town have built active relationships with local design businesses and suppliers and students benefit from outings, industry visits and talks from leading designers and creatives.
The Student Representative Council (SRC) on the campus ensures that social aspects of campus life are taken care of. At Inscape we strive to create future design innovators and leaders in their respective fields and encourage students to have some fun along the way.
The Cape Town campus has eight studios equipped with 360deg speakers, Apple/Lenovo computers and HD projectors. There is a workshop where students can experiment, create and make as much design products. A well-stocked library, plus a sample library encourage students to read, as well as look, touch and test materials. The student lounge has comfortable couches for relaxing between classes. Coffee and tea is freely available and most importantly a foosball table provides opportunity to play and de-stress.
The campus is open from 07:00 - 19:00, on most week days. Students take full advantage of the free Wi-Fi on campus which allows them to research using the online library, access Lynda.com tutorials and check their assignments on Grammarly.
Associate Full Time Lecturer
Cape Town Brand Ambassador
Western Cape Librarian
Sophia van Wyk
Visit the following student accommodation providers for accommodation options near your campus.
*The accommodation providers listed are not representatives or business partners of Inscape Education Group and thus all communications and dealing of any nature (financial or other) with them is at your own risk.
Lions head | At 669 meters above sea level, its peak offers panoramic views of the city, and the Atlantic Ocean - 021 422 1601
The River Club | Premium Golf Driving | Liesbeek Parkway, Observatory
Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) | V&A Waterfront, Silo District - 087 350 4777 | [email protected]
The V&A Battery Park | Skate Park | Multi court - general basketball and/or mini soccer games | 19 Dock Rd, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES – OPEN ACCESS
Green Point Urban Park | 1 Fritz Sonnenberg Road, Green Point | 021 417 0111
Sea Point Promenade | Take a walk, a jog, or cycle along Sea Point’s famous landmark, the Promenade. Outdoor gym, various public art installations, kids’ playgrounds and a putt-putt course.
Clifton 4th Beach | Ocean hot spot featuring white sand, clear waters, beach volleyball, ultimate frisbee & a nearby bar & nightclub.
Canal Walk Shopping Centre | Century Blvd, Century City - 021 529 9699
Design Indaba | The annual Design Indaba Conference in Cape Town features the best of global creativity all on one stage. It is also simulcast live to cities around South Africa. 26 - 28 February 2020. https://conference.designindaba.com/
Open Design Afrika Festival | 18 – 27 October 2019 | The Open Design Afrika Festival programme focuses on creative and innovative workshops, exhibitions and markets throughout Cape Town, while reflecting on the diversity of people from all walks of life.
RTD - Rocking the Daisies | In October every year, with the wildflowers in bloom, The Cloof Wine Estate hosts Rocking the Daisies. It’s South Africa’s biggest outdoor gathering, with hundreds of acts over several stages. There is rock, hip-hop, electro, indie, pop, and everything in-between. This is one of the trendiest events in Cape Town, and features excellent headlines, both local and international. www.rockingthedaisies.com