Panic As Tanzania Blacklists Over 8 000 University Students
The parents and students are crying foul over the decision by the universities commission to deregister students who are enrolled without proper admission requirements.
Daily News, 28 February 2017
The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) has calmed 8,167 students in higher learning institutions whose credentials are up for approval, explaining that the scrutiny did not… Read more »
Daily News, 24 February 2017
Panic, uncertainties and anxiety have reigned among students at the risk of losing admission at higher learning institutions as the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)… Read more »
Students at University of Dodoma.
Citizen, 24 February 2017
There was uproar yesterday following the decision by the authorities to blacklist at least 8,400 university students over what was described as lacking qualifications for pursuing… Read more »
Tanzania: 7,000 Tertiary Students Risk Expulsion
Daily News, 23 February 2017
Over 7,000 students at tertiary education risk deregistration should they fail to prove that they indeed qualify for the higher education. Read more »
Tanzania: Over 8,000 Students Blacklisted
Citizen, 23 February 2017
More than 8,000 university students might be forced out after their entry qualifications were questioned. Read more »