The idea to establish and operate a University by the Anglican Church of Tanzania started at the Synod Meeting held in 1999. The former Archbishop Donald Mtetemela emphasized the importance of establishing the Anglican Church University to provide higher education in the different aspects of education in Tanzania that will respond to the country’s needs of eradicating extreme poverty, hunger and disease and thus provide improved life expectancy to its people. The University is located in the Kikuyu area, south western part of Dodoma about 1.5km from the town centre on Mtera-Iringa highway. ..»» More click here
Vote of thanks on the 8th Higher Education, Science and Technology Exhibitions Vote of thanks by Karimu Dickson Meshack, Senior Public Relations Officer of SJUT and Representative of Local Institutions at the 8th Higher Education, Science and Technology Exhibitions at Diamond Jubilee Executive Hall on 24th May, 2013
Your Excellency Minister of Education and Vocational Training Dr. Shukuru Kawambwa; Distinguished Delegates; TCU Executive Secretary, Prof. Sifuni Mchome, Chairperson of the Organizing Committee, Dr. Naomi Katunzi; Distinguished invited Guests; Participating Institutions; Ladies and Gentlemen.
I stand before you with a deep sense of honor, privilege and humility, to express, on behalf of my colleagues from local institutions in this official closing ceremony, our profound gratitude to Your Excellency, Minister of Education and Vocational Training, for having taken time of your many responsibilities to ....»» Read More
Applications of Diploma Holders to Degree Programmes
Some students with diplomas in Business Administration have been experiencing difficulties when applying through Central Admission System.
For the 2013/14 and 2014/15 academic years, TCU has allowed St. John’s University of Tanzania to receive equivalent applications from SJUT diploma holders for degree programmes.
Candidates must apply by filling in 2 hard copies of the application form that is available at SJUT, and on our website. Candidates must attach the photocopies of academic certificates, birth certificates and original bank paid-in slips.
These items must be submitted to SJUT admissions office by 4pm June 21st at the latest. Late applications cannot be considered.
Town centre Certificates and Transcripts.
We apologise for the delay in processing transcripts and certificates for students who completed their studies in December 2012. If you have not had your picture taken for this exercise, please come to the PRO office at Mazengo campus so that we can finalise the transcripts. For those who have already had pictures taken, we expect that these items will be ready for collection from 29.5.2013. Examinations office and office of the Ag DVCA
Auction items for soliciting funds for development of a hostel for girls and students with physical impairments. At present St. John’s University of Tanzania is heavily depending on student fees for its operations. Such source of funding is inadequate, unreliable and non- sustainable due to several....»» Read More