Re: Exit point for the students who were following the 5- years integrated degree programme
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology through the
Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) revoked the approval
that established St. Joseph University in Tanzania (SJUIT) –
Arusha Campus on 25th February, 2016. Following this decision
students were transferred to different higher learning institutions
to continue with their studies. During the transfer process all
students were assessed to analyze their credits and qualifications
against the cut off points for the entry qualification of the
prospective institution.
All students enrolled and studying the 5-Year Integrated BSc.
Education Programme were transferred to Luguruni Campus of
the SJUIT in Dar es Salaam. However, following the evaluation
process some students were found not to have the required
qualifications for teachers training as it has been stated multiple
times in different channels and podiums by government officials.
Students in this group who were found with requisite
qualifications were informed to continue with studies at the
Luguruni Campus. The sense of having qualification here means
these students have the passes in their respective subjects
required to follow and study Teachers Training Certificate Grade 
“A” which was the first exit point according to the curriculum of
their programme.
This is to inform the students at SJUIT who were following the five
years integrated programme that they will now have to exit at
certificate and diploma level in accordance with the approved
curriculum. If such students wish to continue with further studies
they will have to apply afresh.
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology further informs
the students that their study loan through Higher Education
Student Loan Body (HESLB) has been stopped. This is due to the
fact that in accordance with their level of study and loan provision
guidelines they are not eligible.
Prof. Simon S. Msanjila
Naibu Katibu Mkuu – Elimu, Sayansi na Teknolojia
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