USIU-Africa attends the 17th Higher Education, Science and Technology Exhibition in Tanzania

By Lola Hannigan

USIU-Africa was among the 75 universities from across East Africa that attended the 17th Higher Education, Science and Technology Exhibition in Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania from Monday, July 18 to Saturday, July 23.

Bearing the theme Higher education that meets the needs of the labour market for social and economic development, the Exhibition provided a platform for institutions of higher learning to promote mutual understanding on quality assurance issues in higher education as well as enhance collaboration and partnerships between higher education institutions, research and development Institutions among other key players in the education industry.

Over 200 participants visited the USIU-Africa stand where they were educated on the various courses offered, scholarship opportunities and extra-curricular activities. Dr. Francis K. Michael, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, The United Republic of Tanzania also visited the USIU-Africa stand and appreciated the university for its participation in the exhibition and its contribution to the education industry. Additionally, Prof. Penina Mlama, Chairperson, Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) visited the USIU-Africa stand and congratulated the university for its dedication in providing excellent education.

Seven representatives from the University, Dr. George Lumbasi, Isaac Chuma, Stephen Kiseli, Jackline Mabia, Fenny Muthusi, Sheryl Kamonya and Diana Meso were present at the Exhibition.

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