Students from St. Joseph University in Tanzania (SJUIT) - 5–Year Integrated Degree Programme who Qualify for
Grade A Teacher Certificate

The Ministry of Education Science and Technology (MEST) through the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) revoked the approval that established St. Joseph University in Tanzania (SJUIT) - Arusha Campus on 25th February, 2015. Following this decision a total of 628 students who were enrolled in the 5–year integrated degree programme were transferred to SJUIT - Luguruni Campus in Dar es Salaam to continue with their studies.
A joint team from TCU and the National Accreditation Council for Technical Education (NACTE) was formed to scrutinise qualifications of the transferred students against standards set by competent authorities and approved by MEST. During the process, the team established that out of 628 transferred students, only 94 were found to have the required academic qualifications for exit at Grade A Teacher Certificate.
Therefore, TCU would like to inform students whose names appear on the list below that they possess the required academic qualifications to continue with their certificate studies.
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For further information or clarification please contact the Tanzania Commission for Universities through the following:
The Executive Secretary
P.O. Box 6562, Dar es Salaam
Phone +255 (0) 22 2772657
Hotlines: +255 (0) 683 921 928
+255 (0) 675 077 673
Fax: +255 (0) 22 277289
Email: es@tcu.go.tz
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