The University of Dar es Salaam is the largest university in the country of Tanzania, and it is the oldest university in the country. One of the best English-speaking universities in East Africa, it has garnered a reputation for churning out some of the best students in the English-speaking world. The university was established in 1961 has been the cornerstone of the tertiary education of Tanzania.
University of Dodoma is a university located in the new capital city of Tanzania. The university is is the fastest growing university in Tanzania and is located in the fastest growing city in Tanzania which makes it a prime spot for potential jobs during and after school. Since it was founded in 2007, it has a lot of state-of-the-art buildings and Infrastructure.
Mzumbe University is a public university located in Mzumbe, Tanzania. Mzumbe is a small town located some 100 kilometres from the largest city in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam. The university gives you the opportunity to study in an environment that does not have a lot of distractions. The University was founded in 2007 with the goal of providing opportunities for acquisition , development and dissemination of knowledge and skills through learning and research.
The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology is a public university located in Northern Tanzania ad was founded in 2010. The University is quickly gaining a reputation for producing so of the brightest minds in the science and technology fields in Tanzania. The university is in the network of universities in the The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology.
Sokoine University of Agriculture is a public university that was founded in the year 1984. It is named after Edward Sokoine who was the second person to be prime minister in Tanzania after independence. Sokoine University of Agriculture strives in creating the best farmers in Tanzania.
St. Augustine University of Tanzania is a private university in Mwanza, Tanzania. It was founded by the Catholic Bishops of Tanzania in 1998 as a secular, nonprofit, private institution. Before 1998, SAUT was called first Nyegezi Social Training Centre and then Nyegezi Social Training Institute.
St. Joseph University In Tanzania is a private university in Tanzania. This is run by Fr. Arul raj and family. The university has campuses in multiple cities, although its main campus is at Mbezi, Dar es Salaam.
The Open University of Tanzania is a distance learning public university in Tanzania. It was established by an Act of Parliament No. 17 of 1992. It is a single mode institution offering certificate, diploma and degree courses through distance learning.
State University of Zanzibar is a public university located on Unguja Island in Zanzibar, Tanzania. The university was established by an act of House of Representatives of Zanzibar in 1999 and became operational in 2002