Top Six Best Business Colleges in Tanzania

Tanzania still remains highly regarded in the provision of the Business courses globally. The courses are highly marketable because of the competent graduates they are known to produce over the past years. Amongst the top rank colleges include;

1. IPSL Institute for Global Learning

Originally, the college was known as ‘The International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership.’ IPSL was founded in 1982.

The Educational facility serves students, Colleges, Universities, nonprofits and other service agencies globally by propagating programs that link volunteer service to the community and academic study.

The College works in partnership with other International Colleges to attune students’ learning experience to the challenges and opportunities of today’s world.

2. Stafford Business College

The college was formed in 1993, in UAE. The main objective of the college is to provide long distance Education assistance to the Business professional in the Middle East to achieve good quality internationally, recognized qualification that would sail them as serious managers and advance their careers.

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The college is focused on assisting the Business professionals with excellent distance learning to accelerate their careers through independent study.

3. Esami Business School

The Eastern and Southern Management Institute is an Intergovernmental regional management development Centre with its head quarters based in Arusha, Tanzania. The main aim of the Institute is provision of trained personnel in a number of critical areas inclusive of

  • Policy management,
  • Transportation management,
  • Human resource management,
  • Information technology management,
  • Health management,
  • Project management,
  • Energy and environment management
  • Gender management.

The Institute also has a focus on training middle to senior managers from the region to improve on their managerial performance, considering the global issues but in regards to the relevant African movement.

4. University of Dodoma

The University was established in 2007. It has been designed with the mode of College Campus which is semi-autonomous in its structure and six colleges.

The Colleges include; Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, Informatics and Virtual Education, Natural Science and Mathematics, Earth Sciences and Business Studies and Law.

The main goal of the University is to increase the contribution of higher Education in Tanzania’s attainment of economic growth, reduction of poverty and improved social well-being of Tanzanians through increased access to higher education, technological innovation, generation and application of knowledge.

5. St. Augustine University of Tanzania

The University was founded by the Catholic Bishops who extended church’s service to the provision of Higher Education.

The main aim of the University is to envision training that would impact academic and professional skills alongside inculcating values of civic and social learning. therefore, the church’s vision is the holistic development of a person and respect for human dignity.

The College is of high regards in the provision of high academic potential with an international ethos and vibrant community.

6. Institute of Accountancy Arusha

The Institute is based in Arusha and it aims at inculcating skills and knowledge necessary for achieving students’ ambitions. The students also receive the experience of accountancy that is beneficiary to all the Coventry University graduates.

In the contemporary world, the Institute takes pride in as being the modern University with heritage as the provider of high-quality education and harbinger of multidisciplinary research.

In conclusion, Tanzania is the amongst the best in the provision of the Business courses that one needs to be. It remains marketable, competent and among the best quality globally.