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Embassy of Japan in Tanzania:Scholarship by the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT Scholarship Program)

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT; in Japanese "Monbukagakusho") of Japan offers Tanzanian students 4 types of scholarship to study at Japanese universities or colleges: Research students, Undergraduate Students, Specialized Training College Students and Japanese Studies Students.
For scholarship in 2018, follow the instruction below for each scholarship and apply by Friday 26th May 2017 either by post or by hand addressed to the culture section.
Address of the Embassy

Note
  • The Embassy will contact ONLY those who have passed the each selection process.
    Tentative Schedule 2016-2017
  • 26th May (Fri): Deadline for application
  • 16th June (Fri): Paper examination and interview
  • 21nd July (Fri): Final interview
  • 31th August(Thur): Applying to Japanese universities for "Letter of Provisional Acceptance"(only who has passed final interview)
  • 21th September(Thur): Submitting the "Letter of Provisional Acceptance" to the Embassy
  • January - March 2017: Announcement of final result
  • March 2017: Orientation and gathering with ex-MEXT scholars
  • First week of April(September/October) 2018: Departure to Japan

    1. Research Students, Undergraduate Students,

    2. Specialized Training College Students

      *5 students sent to Japan as Research Studentlast year
      Please read the guidline on the right side of this page for the details of application.

    3. Japanese Studies Students


    4. Recruitment will be done through the University of Dodoma (UDOM) for the students learning in Japanese language
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    TAARIFA KWA VYOMBO VYA HABARI.
    Kamati ya Katiba, Sheria na Hadhi za Wachezaji ya Shirikisho la Mpira wa Miguu Tanzania (TFF) iliyokutana leo tarehe 23 Aprili 2017 imekamilisha mapitio ya maamuzi ya Kamati ya Usimamizi na Uendeshaji wa Ligi (Kamati ya Masaa 72).
    Baaada ya Mapitio hayo Kamati imeamua yafuatayo:
    I. Kamati imebatilisha maamuzi yaliyotolewa na Kamati ya Uendeshaji wa Usimamizi wa Ligi kwa sababu zifuatazo:
    1. Malalamiko ya Klabu ya Simba kutowasilishwa kwa wakati kwa mujibu wa kanuni 20(1) ya Kanuni za Ligi Kuu toleo la 2016 inayotaka malalamiko yoyote yanayohusiana na mchezo yawasilishwe kwa maandishi Bodi ya Ligi Kuu sio zaidi ya masaa 72 baada ya mchezo kumalizika.
    2. Malalamiko hayo hayakulipiwa ada kwa mujibu wa kanuni 20(4) kinachosema ada ya malalamiko ni Shs. 300,000/= (Shilingi laki tatu). Malalamiko yatakayowasilishwa bila kulipiwa ada au baada ya muda uliowekwa hayatasikilizwa.
    3. Kikao cha Kamati ya Usimamizi na Uendeshaji wa ligi kilikosa uhalali baada ya kuwashirikisha wajumbe waalikwa ambao sio sehemu ya kamati hiyo.
    Hivyo, matokeo ya mchezo wa Kagera Sugar dhidi ya Simba Sports Club yanabakia kama yalivyokuwa awali (2-1).
    Vilevile Kamati ya Katiba, Sheria na Hadhi za Wachezaji imemwagiza Katibu Mkuu wa TFF kuwapeleka katika Kamati za kinidhamu na Maadili baadhi ya Watendaji wa Bodi ya Ligi kwa kutowajibika katika nafasi zao na kuipotosha Kamati ya Usimamizi na Uendeshaji wa Ligi.
    IMETOLEWA NA SHIRIKISHO LA MPIRA WA MIGUU TANZANIA (TFF).

    The POSITION Of TANZANIA VODACOM PREMIER LEAGUE (VPL).

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    African Proverb: When the rhythm of the music changes, the dance steps must change also.
    Meaning: In the field of dance, they have a phrase as "out of step". It's a phrase that has been adopted into everyday language. It means to be out of touch with what is happening around you. Unfortunately, many of us are out of step with relevant events around us. We are dancing without realizing that the 'rythm' of the music has changed. Things change, and if we are not adaptive to the change, we will inevitably be left behind.

    Headlines on Tanzania Newspapers (Magazetini Leo Jumatatu 24/Apr/2017)

     
     
    African Proverb: You can outrun what is running after you , but not what is running inside of you .
    Meaning: This proverb has many applications or meanings. In terms of career , it means if you are called to be say a teacher, you can't run away from it. The reason is because that calling is within you. And no matter how hard you try at something else, you'll never find fulfilment except if you embrace that calling. With regard to conscience, it means no matter where you run away to, you cannot run away from a guilty conscience. And in relation to character, we could say if you have a major character problem, no matter where you run away to, your character will always find you out.

    Today's 7 Amazing Tanzania Cartoons (Katuni 7 Bora Leo)


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    African Proverb: When the rhythm of the music changes, the dance steps must change also.
    Meaning: In the field of dance, they have a phrase as "out of step". It's a phrase that has been adopted into everyday language. It means to be out of touch with what is happening around you. Unfortunately, many of us are out of step with relevant events around us. We are dancing without realizing that the 'rythm' of the music has changed. Things change, and if we are not adaptive to the change, we will inevitably be left behind.

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