Today's Date: 04-10-2015
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St John’s vision statement is; “To be a centre of excellence for developing humankind holistically to learn to serve

Our aim is to provide a high quality holistic delivery of university knowledge with a view to producing a well educated human being theoretically, practically and spiritually in the social, scientific, economic, theological, and technological disciplines. Thus we strive for the creation of knowledge, professional expertise and the advancement of learning and knowledge, by teaching, research, consultancy and community services in all disciplines of knowledge.

The motto of St John’s is “To learn to Serve

The University seeks to be true to its founding principles, and to operate on Christian principles, but welcomes students and scholars from any faith or race. All teaching is in English.

Latest News

Selected students to join with Bachelor Degree at SJUT 2015/2016 (Second Batch)

Selected students to join with Bachelor Degree at SJUT 2015/2016

Semester II Supp/ Special Timetable 2014/2015

Important notice to all Students on the start of the new Academic Year 2015/2016

The 7th Higher Education Forum 2015

Applications for Admissions for the Academic Year 2015/2016 September Intake

Advert for Postgraduate Studies for 2015/2016

A Call for Applications for Non-degree and Postgraduate Programmes

FAHE finalists for graduation 2015

Provisional/Final Examination Results 2015

The Inaugural SJUT Research Conference


Research Conference

Inaugural Research Conference held at St John’s University of Tanzania.

The St John’s first annual research conference was held at the Mazengo campus from July 21-23. Over 30 research papers were presented over 2½ days, together with several posters describing research completed or new research being initiated.

In addition to the presentations by SJUT staff, there were speakers from Germany, America, Australia and New Zealand, giving the conference an international flavour ....»» Read More

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