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St John’s University of Tanzania (SJUT) Diploma And Certificate Selected Applicants 2019/20
List Of Selected Applicants St John’s University of Tanzania (SJUT) University for 2019/2020 Academic Session. Candidates Selected for Diploma And Certificate Admission Click here to see.
St John’s University of Tanzania (SJUT) selection, for 2019/2020 academic session will be available on this website when the full list of names have been released by St John’s University of Tanzania (SJUT) and available online.
About St John’s University of Tanzania (SJUT)
St John's University of Tanzania (SJUT) is a private university in Dodoma, Tanzania. It was established in 2007 and is owned by the Anglican Church of Tanzania. The university has more than 4500 students and offers degrees in business administration, education, nursing, pharmacy, community development, development studies, holistic child development and theology. The Rt Rev Donald Mtetemela, the former archbishop and primate of Tanzania, is the university’s current chancellor.
At the Synod of the Anglican Church of Tanzania (ACT) in 1999, the then Archbishop of the Anglican Church, Donald Mtetemela, articulated the importance of establishing a university to provide higher education in certain academic disciplines through which the Church would contribute to the eradication of extreme poverty, hunger and disease and thus improve Tanzania’s life expectancy. Subsequently, St John’s University was established and incorporated under a Charter as prescribed by Tanzania’s Universities Act of 2005 and as amended.
Through St John’s University ACT provides good education in line with the Church’s view that such education is an essential form and means of witnessing the love of God to mankind and spreading the Gospel of peace. Through Christian higher education, the Church is contributing to the labor force persons who are highly competent, characterized by personal integrity and committed to serving humankind.
On the 10th September 2007, some 811 students commenced studies at SJUT, pursuing bachelor degrees in education, nursing, pharmacy, and business administration in several specializations. From this promising beginning, today, St John’s University has grown to well over 5,000 students.
Besides the Chief Mazengo Campus, at Kikuyu, Dodoma, SJUT has other teaching and learning locations: a rented facility in down town Dodoma, St Mark’s Centre, Dar es Salaam, and Msalato Centre, Dodoma. Located in Dodoma, the seat of both Government and Parliament, SJUT will definitely have unique intellectual, research and spiritual influence for the country. The conditions of economic and social poverty in Dodoma and central Tanzania in general present the University with both the challenge and the opportunity to contribute to the transformation of the area through its academic programmes, research and community engagement activities.
St. John’s University of Tanzania Non Degrees Programs Admissions for 2017/2018 Academic year
First Batch of Selected Students to Join Various Certificate & Diploma at SJUTThe selected applicants should report at SJUT Campus on Monday 2 nd October 2017 for the registration. Joining instructions and admission letters should be collected at the SJUT Chief Mazengo Campus Admissions Office from 21 September 2017 or downloaded from the University website www.sjut.ac.tz