Mi niko US,naishi Maryland ila kuna jamaa yangu yuko hapo Bongo kamaliza form IV 1998 baadaye kasoma veta kajiajiri.Sasa anataka ajoin university through MAEE scheme 2010/11 ac year ila hajui eligibility.Kaniandikie email kuniuliza nami sijui,nikamwambia wacha niwaulize wana jf.
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Mature Age Entry Examination Scheme
1. In order to give opportunity to exceptionally well qualified Tanzanian candidates who wish to study for a first degree of the University of Dar es Salaam but do not possess qualifications which satisfy the Directorate of Undergraduate Studies [DUS] 13 University's Direct Entry Requirements, the University of Dar es Salaam offers an alternative method of entry by the Mature Age Scheme for persons who satisfy the following conditions:
A. Candidates must be 25 years of age or older, on September 1st of the year in which admission is sought.
B. Candidates should either have obtained at least 3 credits in approved subjects at the Form IV examination or completed Form VI at least 5 years before September 1st of the year in which admission is sought.
C. Candidates should be able to show:
C.1 That they have attended extra mural classes or residential courses, in which case a recommendation from the extra mural class tutor (s) will be necessary.
C.2 That they have attended a residential course at an Adult Education College, in which case a recommendation from the Principal of the College attended will be necessary.
D. No candidate who has previously unsuccessfully attended one of the former Colleges of the University of East Africa or this University shall be readmitted to the University under these regulations, unless he/she produces evidence of further study satisfactory to the University.
Undergraduate degree courses for which students entering under the Mature Age Entry Scheme would normally be eligible in this University are those offered in the Faculties of Aquatic Science and Technology, Arts and Social Sciences, Commerce, Education, Law, Science, the Institute of Journalism and Mass Communication and the College of Engineering and Technology