Looking for an aid in other to go high in the education ladder, then here is luck for you as the Bank of Tanzania organizes Mwalimu Julius Nyerere Memorial Scholarship, this is designed to help students reach the apex of their career.
Eligible Countries: Tanzanian citizens
Acceptable Course or Subjects: Bachelor and masters degree in Mathematics, Science, Economics, Information Technology, Accounting, Finance.
Admissible Criteria: Candidate must have obtained First Class or an Upper Second Class (honors) in the Bachelor degree with a minimum GPA of 4.0 from an accredited university within the United Republic of Tanzania.
Candidate must not be more than thirty-five years of age and should have completed a Bachelor’s degree.
Aspirants must have applied/be admitted to a full-time Master’s degree program in an accredited university within the United Republic of Tanzania. The program should commence in 2019/2020 academic year.
How to Apply
To be a part of this program, seekers are advised to be registered as a full-time undergraduate and postgraduate degree student at a recognized Tanzanian university. After being registered, claimants can submit the undergraduate and postgraduate award application form to the Chairperson, Awards Committee, Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere Memorial Scholarship Fund, Bank of Tanzania, 2 Mirambo Street, 11884, DAR ES SALAAM.
Supporting Documents: A certified copy of the result slip for an advanced certificate of secondary education examination (ACSEE), a certified copy of the certificate of secondary education examination (CSEE) and a certified copy of the birth certificate.
Admission Requirements: For being admitted to an undergraduate degree program, aspirants need to hold their previous degree certificates with good academic grades.
Language Requirement: Seekers must have to meet the English language requirements.
The studentship will provide the cost for tuition fees and student direct costs (meal, accommodation, book and stationery allowance, field practical training, special faculty requirement) as specified in the respective institutions’ costs structure as well as one laptop computer.