Wednesday, 16 January 2013



8th Exhibitions on Higher Education, Science and Technology

Diamond Jubilee Hall, Dar es Salaam

Wednesday 22th to Friday 24th May, 2013

The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) wishes to inform all stakeholders and the general public that, the 8th exhibitions on Higher Education, Science and Technology will be held from 22nd-24th May 2013. These exhibitions are jointly organized by the TCU, the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MoEVT), Higher Education Institutions, as well as Regulatory, Professional and Research Bodies in and outside Tanzania.

Theme: "Building a knowledgeable, accountable and progressive society through Higher Education, Science and Technology"

Exhibitions’ Vision:

To become the leading national and regional state of the art exhibitions that promotes participation, enhances collaboration, builds up partnerships between higher education institutions and the Industry as well as developing mutual understanding on the issues that govern the quality of Higher education in the Country for the benefit of all humanity.

Exhibitions’ Mission:

To promote equity and collaboration, create partnerships and networks amongst the exhibitors and create linkages between higher education institutions, industry, research and development institutions and the market for national, regional and global socioeconomic development.

The Objectives of the Exhibitions:

o   Creation of awareness among the general public about the development of Higher Education and Research Institutions and Professional Bodies in the country;

o   Providing an opportunity to Higher Education Institutions to publicize their core functions and activities in the areas of teaching, research, consultancy as well as their current performance, potentials and future prospects;

o   Providing a platform for Higher Learning and Research Institutions as well as Local and International Educational Business Companies to exchange ideas and experiences related to their core functions thereby triggering competition that will result in provision of quality higher education and research output;

o   Enable the public and prospective applicants for admission into Higher Education Institutions within and outside Tanzania for the year 2013/2014 to interact with Universities, Regulatory Bodies and Research Institutions in order for them to make an informed choice;

o   Sensitize the public on the application process through the Central Admission System (CAS).


Exhibitors are Higher Learning and Research Institutions, Quality Assurance Regulatory Bodies and Foreign Universities from within and outside the East Africa Region. Local and International Educational Business companies are also invited to participate.

Exhibitions Venue:

The 8th exhibitions on Higher Education Science and Technology will take place at the Diamond Jubilee Hall, Dar es Salaam.


The exhibitions will be open at 09.00 hours and close at 18.00 hours for three days from 22nd-24th May 2013.

Expected Outcome:

The exhibitions will enable the Government, employers and the general public to realize the opportunities available in Higher Education sector and in Educational Business Companies within and outside Tanzania and appreciate the critical roles they play in achieving national development goals.


We invite companies, Organizations and individuals who wish to sponsor the exhibitions. Upon some agreements, sponsors will be given a chance to advertise their business/ goods/services as well as a space to exhibit their business/ goods/services.  Interested sponsors please contact the Office of Executive Secretary, TCU through below address.

Issued by the office of:

Executive Secretary,

Tanzania Commission for Universities,

Garden Road, Mikocheni,

P. O. Box 6562,

Tel: 22 2772657

Fax: 22 2772891


Dar es Salaam

You are all welcome


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