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We are delighted that you have decided to undertake your tertiary studies at the University of Dar es Salaam or are considering to do so. This website describes the range of our courses and different activities done at the University which will give you a flavor of life in our various campuses.

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UNDERGRADUATE

The University of Dar es salaam (UDSM) offers various academic programmes leading to the award of certificates, diplomas, and degrees.

Postgraduate

The University of Dar es salaam offers various postgraduate programmes leading to the award of postgraduate diploma, masters and PhD degrees.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

The University of Dar es Salaam values the presence of international students and scholars and recognizes the important role they play in the life of the university.


Joyce Lazaro, NDALICHAKO
Minister for Education, Science and Technology (MoEST)

UDSM’s ‘Alumna of the Month’ for June 2021 is Joyce Lazaro Ndalichako, Minister for Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) since 2015 and elected Member of Parliament since 2020. Professor Ndalichako was born in Musoma, in Mara region, on the 21st day of May in 1964. She had her primary education at Karuta Primary School in Ujiji, Kigoma, from 1971 to 1978 and her secondary education at Tabora Girls School at both ordinary and advanced levels from 1979 to 1985. With highlevel passes, she was admitted at the University of Dar es Salaam for a four-year degree programme in science and education (1987-1991)
 


Wilfred F. I. MLAY
A Professor, theologian and a reverend pastor

An alumnus of the University of Dar es Salaam of the graduating class of 1970, Wilfred Mlay can be said to be a rare yet admirable amalgam of a university scholar, professor and academic manager; an international service citizen; and latterly a theologian and a reverend pastor.  He was born in 1943 (+/-) in the northern district of Moshi of Kilimanjaro region, and had his eight years of primary/middle school education there until 1959. From 1960, he was among best-performing pupils from around Tanganyika Territory selected to join Tabora Government Secondary School, at that time an only boarding secondary school equipped to accommodate all six classes