University applications can now begin


The directive follows the release of Form Six 2022 exam results by the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA), where girls outperformed boys in science subjects and overall pass rate.

Prof. Charles Kihampa, Executive Secretary of TCU, told reporters in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the window will be open from July 8 to August 5, so anyone eligible is welcome to apply to any university. “We insist that applicants read the registration guidelines issued by the commission before submitting applications,” he said.

TCU has a special undergraduate admissions guide for the 2022/23 academic year which he says is helpful for those applying for admission before completing the application forms, noting that it is available on the website. Commission website.

Candidates and the general public should avoid being misled by some dishonest people (agents or intermediaries) who claim to provide services on how to enter higher education institutions, he stressed.

“We have three groups of people eligible to apply for graduate studies,” he said, listing them as form six leavers, ordinary degree holders and Open University of Tanzania foundation courses. (OUT). All information about the application procedure and minimum requirements can be found on the TCU website and at the respective universities, he said.

Holders of certificates obtained overseas must submit their certificates to the National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) or the National Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (NACTE) in order to obtain certification on their qualifications before applying.

Announcing the Form Six results in Zanzibar late last week, NECTA Executive Secretary Athumani Amasi said this year’s performance has improved as a higher proportion of applicants reached Division One at the end of last week. division three.

The results of this year’s Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSEE) examination showed that the performance of 93,136 candidates improved to 99.97%, compared to 99.06% for 87,043 candidates who passed. CACEE last year.

The number of girls who passed was 40,907, or about 99.51 percent, while 52,229 boys passed, or 98.57 percent of the 94,456 male applicants, he said.

The top 10 schools this year were listed as Kemebos (Kagera), Kisimiri (Arusha), Tabora Boys’ (Tabora), Tabora Girls’ (Tabora), Ahmes (Coast), Dareda (Manyara), Nyaishozi (Kagera), Mzumbe (Morogoro), Mkindi (Tanga) and Ziba (Tabora).


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