6 December 2012

Tanzania: All Set for Mzumbe University Graduation Ceremony

TANZANIA'S Ambassador to Belgium, Diodorus Kamala is among 3,049 graduates who will be conferred with various degrees during Mzumbe University's 11th Graduation Ceremony penciled for Morogoro on Friday.

The University's Director of Communications, Ms Rainfrida Ngatunga, said in a press statement that the graduation ceremony will be preceded by the 12th convocation meeting on Thursday.

"Of all these graduates 716 will get certificates, 94 diplomas, 1,143 bachelor's degrees - 1,515 will be conferred with Master's Degrees while two including Ambassador Kamala will be conferred with doctorate degrees," she said.

According to the director, Ambassador Kamala did a study on Intra-regional Trade of Tanzania in the East African Community (EAC), while Mr Rutasha Fulgence Dadi who will also be conferred a doctoral degree did a study on Seeking Health Under Pluralistic Medical System: Determinants of Resort Patterns Among People Living with HIV/AIDS in Bagamoyo.

She said the Mzumbe Dar es Salaam College will hold its graduation next week on Friday where 1019 graduates will be conferred with Master's Degrees.

"In this year's graduation ceremony there will be 1,170 male and 1,279 female graduates," she said, adding that preparations for the important event were going on well. The last decade has seen Mzumbe University contributing to the education sector in Tanzania. It has campuses/colleges in Mbeya and Dar es Salaam regions.

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