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Seven Tanzanian students are set to travel to Korea to pursue postgraduate studies following their offer of scholarships by the Korean government. The ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Tanzania, Mr Song Geum-young, said...
Tanzania: Number of Tanzanians Seeking Study Abroad Rises

The number of Tanzanian students seeking to study abroad has steadily increased with the Global Education Link alone registering nearly 6,000 new applicants for the 2016/17 academic year. Global Education Link Ltd Managing Director, Mr...
mandarin

The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training has launched the Chinese language programme in six pilot secondary schools, a move aimed at meeting the need of market demands as innovation of science...

The Chinese Confucius has introduced the Chinese Bridge,  a challenge that will engage participants from colleges and schools over the world, where Chinese language is being taught through singing competition by which participants can...
Tanzania education news

The government of Tanzania has stated that the grade point average (GPA) system will no longer be used to grade candidates in national Form Four and Six examinations. It has aslo directed National Examinations Council of...
Tanzania education news

The education ministry has banned state schools from seeking contributions from parents, while private schools have been ordered to reduce fees as a part of a government review of education. The country's new President John...
Tanzania education news

In its bid to introduce free basic education for all, the Tanzanian government has warned that it will punish parents who fail to ensure their children go to school. While it is already compulsory for...
top education stories

Here are the top education stories in Africa we are tracking today. More to follow as they unfold. Starting with Nigeria, With the emergence of Abure Atafo, a student of Childville School, Lagos, as the 10th...
president sweeps

For the first time in the 54 years independence history of Tanzania, the country is not celebrating its independence day but is rather led by its president, John Pombe Magufuli in a clean up...

For the first time since getting its independence from the British government, Tanzania will not be celebrating its independence day this year - an event that sees many people gather at public sites to...

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