When the Catholic Bishops of Tanzania decided to extend the Church’s service to the provision of Higher Education they envisioned a training that would impact academic and professional skills, as well as inculcate values of civic and social learning, such as the acquisition of national identity, cultural norms, political growth and responsible citizenship. Thus, the church’s vision is the holistic development of a person and respect for human dignity.
If you have high academic potential and you are looking for a graduate university with an international ethos and a vibrant community, then the St Augustine University of Tanzania is the ideal choice for you.
The University has many special features that combine to give it a distinct character:
- With about 7,037 students, 28 lecture theatres and the Mario Mgulunde Learning Resource Centre, the University ensures that its members can share the learning facilities in an intimate and friendly community atmosphere.
- St Augustine University has the highest proportion of experienced and highly committed members of academic and administrative staff for the size of its students.
- Men and women come to the St Augustine University of Tanzania from all over the world and from a wide variety of backgrounds, and there is a good mix of students on one- or two- or three- or four-year taught courses and those pursuing research degrees.
- Students at SAUT share learning facilities on equal terms. This enables the free flow of knowledge and experience which any graduate should rightly expect from an academic community like SAUT.