Open University of Tanzania Courses and Fees 2022 PDF

Open University of Tanzania Courses and Fees 2022 PDF:- Welcome to the Open University of Tanzania details. This post focuses on the university courses and fees for 2022/2023 year, SARIS, Online Application and Admissions 2022/23.

Open University of Tanzania Courses and Fees 2022 PDF

The Open University of Tanzania was established by an Act of Parliament No. 17 of 1992. The Act became operational on 1st March, 1993 by publication of Notice No. 55 in the official gazette. The First Chancellor was officially installed in a full ceremony on 19th January, 1994. Act No.17 of 1992 has now been replaced by the Open University of Tanzania Charter, effectively from January 1st, 2007, which is in line with the University Act No.7 of 2005.

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How to get the University  Admission Forms 2022/2023

Your transcript, score reports, letters of recommendation, and application essay are the main parts of the university application. You’ll be asked to list your extracurricular activities while applying to colleges. Learn all there is to know about applying to colleges.

Open University of Tanzania Admission Forms

Open University of Tanzania Admission Forms
Open University of Tanzania Admission Forms

Admission for the 2022/2023 is officially opened, all forms are available in the link below.

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The Open University of Tanzania Online Application 2022/2023

Preparations before application 2022/23

1. For Direct applicants in to degree and Foundation programmes (form IV and form VI holders) make sure you have both A level and O- level index numbers which should be written in the following format (S0000/0000/0000) eg. S1122/0333/2017. If
the certificate is having three digits you must add zero (0) to make 4 digits. Eg. S1122/334/2017 a zero 0 must be added
S1122/0334/2017. Do not upload any certificate.
2. For Equivalent applicants into degree and Foundation programmes (Diploma holders) must have Award verification number
(AVN) From NACTE. The AVN number can be obtained online from NACTE website through the following link award
verification number (AVN). Please note that you may be required to pay certain amount of money. An Example of AVN is
(19NA12212ME). Do not upload any certificate.
3. For applicants to Diploma programmes and certificates (form IV and form VI holders) make sure you have both A-level and
O- level index numbers which should be written the following format (S0000/0000/0000) eg. S1122/0333/2017. If the
certificate is having three digits you must add zero (0) to make 4 digits. Eg. S1122/334/2017 a zero 0 must be added
S1122/0334/2017. In addition, each certificate must be scanned in PDF format separately and must be uploaded in the OAS.
4. For applicants with foreign certificates must obtain translation of their certificates from NACTE for Diploma holders, NECTA
for O level and A Level certificates and TCU for degree holders. Upon completion of online application certified Copies of
original and translated certificates must be scanned and sent to dugs@out.ac.tz and copy to records.dugs@out.ac.tz and
admission@out.ac.tz .
5. All applicants must apply online by using names as appears in their form four(Olevel) certificates

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UNDERGRADUATE HELPFUL LINKS

Courses Offered at the Open University of Tanzania 2022/23


UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

S/N Programme Programme Duration (Yrs)
1 Bachelor of Arts with Education  3-8
2 Bachelor of Arts Journalism   3-8
3 Bachelor of Arts Mass Communication   3-8
4 Bachelor of Arts Sociology   3-8
5 Bachelor of Arts Social Work   3-8
6 Bachelor of Arts Tourism   3-8
7 Bachelor of Arts Economics   3-8
8 Bachelor of Arts in English Language & Linguistics   3-8
9 Bachelor of Arts in Kiswahili & Creative Studies   3-8
10 Bachelor of Arts in History   3-8
11 Bachelor of Arts in Natural Resources Management   3-8
12 Bachelor of Arts in Population and Development   3-8
13 Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and religious Studies   3-8
14 Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration   3-8
15 Bachelor of Arts in International Relations   3-8
16 Bachelor of Library & Information Management   3-8
17 Bachelor of Community Economic Development   3-8
18 Bachelor of Arts in Literature (BA LIT)   3-8
19 Bachelor of Business Administration with Education   3-8
20 Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting)   3-8
21 Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance)   3-8
22 Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing)   3-8
23 Bachelor of Business Administration (Human Resource Management)   3-8
24 Bachelor of Business Administration (International Business)   3-8
25 Bachelor of Human Resource Management   3-8
 26 Bachelor of Education in Special Education   3-8
 27 Bachelor of Education Teacher Educator (BED TE)   3-8
 28 Bachelor of Education in Adult and Distance Learning (BED ADL)   3-8
 29 Bachelor of Education in Educational Policy and Management (BED EPM)   3-8
 30 Bachelor of Laws   3-8
 31 Bachelor of Science General (BSc Gen)   3-8
 32 Bachelor of Science Environmental studies(ES)   3-8
 33 Bachelor of Science with Education (BSc Ed)   3-8
 34 Bachelor of Science (ICT)   3-8
 35 Bachelor of Science in Energy Resources (BSc ER)   3-8
 36 Bachelor of Science in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics (BSc FND)   3-8

 

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Postgraduate Diploma in Policy Studies (PGDPS)
Master of Arts in Literature (MA Lit) Thesis
Master of Arts in Linguistics   (M.A. (Ling))
Master of Arts in Economics by Research/Thesis (M.A. (Econ))
Master of Science in Economics (MSc. Economics)
Masters in Community Economic Development (MCED)-Executive
Master of Arts in History (M.A. (History))
Master of Arts in Kiswahili (M.A. (Kiswahili))
Master of Arts in Geography (M.A. (Geography))
Master of Arts in Tourism Studies (M.A. (Tour. Stud.)
Master of Arts in Social work (MA SW)
Master in International Cooperation and Development (MICD)
Master in Humanitarian Action, Cooperation and Development (MHACD)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Faculty of Business Management
Postgraduate Diploma in Business Studies (PGDBS
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM)
Master of Project Management (MPM)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)

Faculty of Education
Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)
Master of Education (M.Ed)
Master of Education in Administration, Planning and Policy Studies (M.Ed.APPS)
Master of Distance Education (M.Dist. Ed.)
Master of Education in Language Teaching (M. Ed. in LT)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Faculty of Science, Technology and Environmental Studies
Master of Science in Biology (M.Sc. Bio)
Master of Science in Mathematics (M.Sc. MAT)
Master of Science in Chemistry (M.Sc. Chem)
Master of Science in Physics (M.Sc. Phy)
Master of Science in Home Economics (M.Sc.  HE)
Master of Science in Environmental Science (M.Sc. ES)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Faculty of Law
Postgraduate Diploma in Law (PGDL)
Master of Laws (LL.M) by Coursework
Masters of Law (LLM) by Thesis
Master of Law – IT and Telecommunications (LLM IT&T)
Master of Law in International Criminal Justice (LLM ICJ)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

The Open University of Tanzania Fees Structure 2022/23

The Open University of Tanzania’s (OUT) fee schedule includes information on tuition, course materials, residential and lodging costs, textbook costs, account numbers, quotations, fee summaries, fee statements, examination costs, and other fees charged in 2022–2023.

For all students who formally enrol for courses at the Open University of Tanzania, the ensuing policies and procedures apply. The Institute retains the right to adjust fees at any time and without warning. However, fee adjustments are contingent to Governing Council approval, and we’ll update it as soon as possible.

Follow the link below to download the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) fees structure pdf

Note: You will, however, need a device that is capable of opening PDF files to access the OUT fee structure).

The History and Background Of The University

The Open University of Tanzania (OUT) is a fully fledged, autonomous and accredited public University, established by an Act of Parliament Number 17 of 1992. The Act became operational on 1st March 1993 by the publication of Government Notice No. 55 in the Official Gazette. The first Chancellor was officially installed in a full ceremony on 19th January 1994 and the first batch of students was admitted in January 1994. In January 2007, following enactment of the Universities Act No. 7 of 2005, OUT started using the OUT Charter and Rules (2007) for its operations.

The Open University of Tanzania offers its certificate, diploma, degree and postgraduate courses through the open and distance learning system which includes various means of communication such as face-to-face, broadcasting, telecasting, correspondence, seminars, e-learning as well as a blended mode which is a combination of two or more means of communication. The OUT’s academic programmes are quality-assured and centrally regulated by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU).

OUT Headquarters are temporarily located off-Kawawa Road in Kinondoni Municipality, Dar es Salaam. The permanent headquarters are under constructions at Bungo in Kibaha District, off-Soga Road, about 4.0 Km from the main Morogoro highway in Coast Region.

OUT operates through a network of about 30 Regional Centres; 10 Coordinating Centres, of which one is in Zanzibar and one in Pemba; two are in Kenya (Egerton and Njoro), one is in Rwanda (Kibungo), one in Namibia and one in Uganda. Other OUT Internal Coordination Centres are the African Council for Distance Education – Technical Collaboration Committee (ACDE TCC), the Centre for Economics and Community Economic Development (CECED) and the SADC Centre of Specialization in Teacher Education (SADC ODL CoS TE). OUT has also 69 Study Centres spread throughout the United Republic of Tanzania.

The Open University of Tanzania offers its certificates, ordinary diplomas, degrees, postgraduate diplomas and PhDs through its five Faculties and two Institutes.

  • Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Business Management
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science, Technology and Environmental Studies
  • Institute of Educational and Management Technologies
  • Institute of Continuing Education
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