of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) or equivalent, with passes in
approved subjects, obtained prior to the sitting of the Advanced Certificate of
Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) or equivalent;
of the following combinations of passes in the Advanced Certificate of Secondary
Education Examination (ACSEE), or equivalent:
Two principal passes at ‘A’ Level (in appropriate subjects) at the
same sitting with total points not below 5, bases on the following scale: A=5;
B=4; C=3; D=2; E=1; S=0.5; F=0;
Two principal passes at ‘A’ Level (in appropriate subjects) not at the same
sitting provided they are both of grade C or higher,
An appropriate equivalent Diploma/Certificate of not less than Second
Class/Credit Level and approved by the Senate.
Pre-Form VI Examination Results
Secondary School leavers
will be considered for admission provided they hold the necessary suitable
qualifications and have earned a positive recommendation as to suitability for a
course of higher education from the head of the secondary school attended.
Mature Age Entry Examination
In order to
give an opportunity to well qualified Tanzanian candidates who wish to study at
the University of Bukoba, but who do not possess qualifications which satisfy
the University’s Direct Entry requirements, the University of Bukoba offers an
alternative entry scheme in the form of a special Entrance Examination. Paper I
will consist of papers of a general character for which specific preparations
are not possible. Paper II questions will be designed by individual faculties and
the student will have to satisfy the requirements of the faculty in which he or
she intends to study.
candidates in this category must satisfy the following stipulations:
recognizes the value of working experience and life skills in the pursuit of a
degree. The application of each student in the Mature Age category will be
considered on its own merit, and admission will be subject to successful
performance in a Mature Age Entrance Examination.
the Registrar for an application form.
the beginning of the academic year, all students will be required to produce
evidence of sponsorship, otherwise they will be expected to pay full tuition and
University fees for one Semester, by the beginning of the Semester, before they
can be permitted to use the University facilities.
of fees should be made within three months after receipt of the offer of
admission, but not after registration, or adequate and acceptable arrangements
to that effect should be made before a candidate is registered. Failure to pay within the specified period results in the withdrawal of
All local payments
for fees should be by cash or Bankers Cheques payable to the Bursar, University
FEES FOR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE COURSES FOR 2002/2003 ACADEMIC YEAR
|CATEGORIES OF FEES
|Tuition Fees (per
(a) Full Time (FT) Students
(b) Part Time
|Examination Fees (per
|Caution Money Fees (refundable)
|Student Union Fees
|Graduation Fees (on
(b) Meal Attendance
The University is working on developing scholarship programmes and may be
able to assist in locating sponsors.
Academic regulations will be made available to students who are offered