DAR ES SALAAM: THE University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) in partnership with Bright Famous Company and the Indonesian Embassy have inaugurated a ‘Scholarship Fair’, aimed at broadening educational horizons for Tanzanian students.
The event, officiated by Deputy Minister of Education, Science, and Technology, Omary Kipinga over the weekend, brought together diplomatic communities, including representatives from the US Embassy, Indonesian Embassy, French Embassy, and the United Kingdom Embassy.
The Scholarship Fair serves as a platform connecting students with diverse scholarship opportunities across various academic levels.
Deputy Minister Kipinga highlighted the crucial role of well-educated human capital in national development and expressed the ongoing challenges the ministry faces in securing scholarships for the country’s youth.
Kipinga emphasized that the fair provides an invaluable opportunity for the ministry to identify and explore international scholarships that can contribute to Tanzania’s educational advancement.
The Indonesian Embassy shared enthusiasm about scholarship opportunities, including the KNB scholarship, offering fully funded programs in Indonesia for students at all levels.
The presence of diplomatic representatives underscored the global significance of education in fostering strong international relations. The collaboration between the University of Dar es Salaam, Bright Famous Company, and the Indonesian Embassy reflects a shared commitment to empowering Tanzanian youth through access to international educational opportunities.