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1. Call for Application

The general public is hereby informed that the Government of Austria is offering scholarship opportunities to eligible Tanzanians to pursue Bachelor, Master and Doctorial programmes for the academic year 2021/2022. All interested candidates are highly encouraged to apply.

1.       Call for Application

The general public is hereby informed that, in the academic year 2021/2022, the Belgian Government through Flemish Interuniversity Council (VLIR-UOS) is offering 1 to 2 years Scholarships for students and proffessionals to pursue one of 15 available Master Programmes at one of the Flemish Universities in Belgium. Interested candidates are highly encouraged to apply. More information can be found on www.vliruos.be/en/scholarships/6.

1. Call for Application

The general public is hereby informed that, The Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education invites applicants from the United Republic of Tanzania to apply for both Undergraduate and Post Graduate studies for the academic year 2021/2022.

Applicants should be bright and highly motivated Tanzanian to study for both Under and Post Graduate at Egyptian Universities.

This is a partial scholarship which covers only the academic tuition fees.

2. Eligibility Requirements

Applicants should be bright and highly motivated Tanzanian to study for both Under and Post Graduate at Egyptian Universities.

 3. Scholarship Coverage

This is a partial scholarship which covers only the academic tuition fees.

 

NB.

  1. i.The beneficiary of this Scholarship will be responsible to cover other expenses not mentioned; and
  2. ii.There is no loan or grant from the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania for candidates who will be offered this Scholarship.

4. Application and submission procedures

Applicants are required to apply online for information about admission, eligibility requirements, and how to apply please check the following weblink:

  1. Undergraduate Studies: www.wafeden.gov.eg
  2. Postgraduate Studies: www.study-in-egypt.gov.eg
  3. The online application period is from January 06, 2021 till May 31, 2021.
Issued by:
Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of education, Science and Technology,
Government City,
Mtumba area,
Afya Street,
P. O. Box 10,
40479 DODOMA

1.0. Call for Application

The general public is hereby informed that, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST) invites applicants from African Countries to apply for Masters of Science degree in Engineering for the academic year 2021/2022.

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) in collaboration with the World Bank is preparing a five years program for higher education improvement, “Higher Education for Economic Transformation (HEET) project”.The development objective of the project is to strengthen the learning environment and labour market alignment of priority programs at beneficiary universities and improve the management of the higher education system. The project will invest in requisite infrastructure for modern and effective teaching and research, and by training to the highest standard the teachers, researchers and administrators needed by universities to achieve to their full potential.

The HEET Project is geared towards meeting the following strategic objectives (i) to increase enrolment in priority disciplines,
(ii) to improve the relevance and quality of programs at universities to meet the conditions and standards of the current and future labour market, (iii) to strengthen system-level coordination, management, and regulations to ensure quantity, quality and relevance of higher education in Tanzania, and (iv) to increase the rate and extent of graduate employability through improving the relevance of curricula and create new and demand-driven programs.

The MoEST, have prepared Environmental and Social Safeguard instruments which will guide implementation of HEET, in alignment with the World Bank Safeguard Policies. The instruments include:

  1. Resettlement Policy Framework,
  2. Environmental and Social Management Framework,and
  3. Stakeholders Engagement Plan.

The threeinstruments identify how risks will be mitigated and prevented, during project implementation.

Stakeholder consultation sessions will be held in Dar es Salaam, starting at 9:00 am according to the following table:

Stakeholders Venue Date
Institutions implementing the HEET Project, Government Institutions and Agencies, Associations of Academic Staff, Student Organisations, Associations of Students with Special Needs UDSM Library 13 January 2021
Non-Governmental Organizations, Organizations, Companies, Individuals and Development Partners UDSM Library 14 January 2021

Given the importance of these guidelines, MoEST invites all stakeholders to comment before the guidelines are submitted to the next level. The deadline for submissions is 15 January 2021. Stakeholder comments may be submitted by post or email to the following address:-

Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology,
P. O. Box 10,
DODOMA
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Att: Tabitha Etutu

The instruments areavailable for stakeholders’ consultation in the website Ministry’s www.moe.go.tz.

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) in collaboration with the World Bank is preparing a five years program for highereducation improvement, “Higher Education for Economic Transformation (HEET) project”.

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