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Written By Mussa Muneja on Monday, 3 April 2017 | 22:59

Directorate of Graduate Studies announces vacancies for Prospective Students under the following Academic programs:

1.      Post- Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)

ü Entry Qualifications:
§  Bachelor’s Degree in any field of Study from a recognized Institution of Higher Learning with a minimal GPA of 2.7
2.      Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction
3.      Master of Arts in Educational Management
4.      Master of Business Administration in Strategic Human Resources Management
5.      Master of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting
6.      Master of Business Administration in Strategic Marketing and Entrepreneurship
ü Entry Qualifications:
§  Bachelor’s Degree in any field of Study from a recognized Institution of Higher Learning with a minimal GPA of 2.7.
§  Those with a GPA of less than 2.7 but with a Post Graduate Diploma with a minimal GPA of 2.7 can be admitted.

Postgraduate Diploma and Masters’ degree studies are offered in three terms in a year, and new students can be admitted at any term:
ü  1st Term: January to March
ü  2nd Term: May to August
ü  3rd Term: September to December

Option 1: Evening Programs - Classes run in week days from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Option 2: Sunday Programs – Classes run on Sundays from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Option 3: Holiday – Classes run in June and December (Five Weeks each Month), Morning to Evening
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As Tanzania Awaits the Election Day

Written By Mussa Muneja on Friday, 23 October 2015 | 08:44

I pray that God may bless the election that may be free and fair.  Amen

A move from theory to practice

Written By Mussa Muneja on Monday, 3 August 2015 | 06:11

       "Know what what you can do and go ahead and do it." John Lewis

I believe all ordinary human beings regardless of their family up bringing  and educational achievements have a capacity to know. That ability in itself is untapped potential for many of us. I further believe that most of us can know what can be done by us. But I do not believe if there is even 10% of people who  know that they can do stuff, and MOVED forward to do that. Therefore "know what you can do and go ahead and do it (if if is morally acceptable).

20 Lessons from Ezekiel: A Reflection

Written By Mussa Muneja on Sunday, 21 June 2015 | 21:59

1.    God opens the book by showing Ezekiel the heaven's glory in the temple
2.       The book closes by showing this glory shifting to earth
3.       Ezekiel is called the son of man, a title which is later assumed by Jesus
4.       The motif “Thus Saith the Sovereign Lord,” is a signature to each chapter
5.       The imageries of Gog and Magog appear in the NT
6.       The imagery of the feast of birds is told by Jesus too
7.       The imagery of the Lost sheep is retold by Jesus
8.       The imageries of white washed walls is retold by Jesus
9.       The 12 gates are also found in the book of Ezekiel
10.   There is so much information about the temple and its restoration, Jesus focuses on this important theme too
11.   There is a message of Living waters flowing from the temple of God, Jesus refers himself as a source of living waters to the Samaritan woman, more about this is found in the book of revelations
12.   There is resurrection of dry bones, Jesus performed actual resurrection, and promised a global event for resurrection
13.   The messages of destruction cover Israel, small nations, big nations. This is repeated by Jesus, also in the book of revelation
14.   The glory of the Lord is shown, Jesus also demonstrated the glory of his Father
15.   The Sabbath is emphasized, Jesus declares to be the Lord of the Sabbath
16.   Ezekiel was a living parable, he was often misunderstood, the same appeared to Jesus
17.   Loving your enemy requires not to rejoice when they succumbed into problems, Jesus emphasized of this
18.   There is division of land to the 12 tribes of Israel, Jesus affirmed it by choosing 12 disciples and in the book of revelation this is repeated again
19.   There is a call to hear the message of the Lord, Jesus also says whoever that hears my words is like a man who built his house on the rock
20.   The book climaxes with hope to the remnant, the same is seen in the last words of Jesus. They were the epitome of hope. This hope is also found in the book of Revelation.


Marriage is Like a Garden

Written By Mussa Muneja on Wednesday, 29 April 2015 | 05:36

Marriage is like a garden
It needs God, who is the founder of all gardens since Eden
It needs the soil of uncompromising heart be broken down into small clods
It needs continuous flowing water of romantic words
It needs viable seeds of unconditional love, trust, transparency
It needs seedlings which grow in straight rows of marriage vows
It needs the manure of experience to support the plants
It needs continuous removal of weeds of misunderstanding
It needs orchards of pomegranates to provide shades of peace
It needs queen of the night trees to provide sweet fragrance
It needs a sunshine of happiness
It needs fresh air of contentment
It needs fencing from male and female crop destroyers
It needs its fruits of love be harvested and eaten while ripe and fresh
It needs a fulltime caretaker
Joyce is the garden

Mussa is the fulltime caretaker

The Value of Travel and Chicken Motives

Written By Mussa Muneja on Saturday, 11 April 2015 | 10:28

" The main value of travel lies not in where you go, but in leaving where you've been. Go to a new place, have your former achievements challenged.... re-examine your axioms." Allan Gregg
The chicken above is travelling hoping that that its motives will not be questioned. But we live in a world in which it demands so. Some of these questionings are there to remind us, if we have left a good legacy behind. I wish you a good life travel.

Dreams, Ideas and Seeds

Written By Mussa Muneja on Thursday, 19 March 2015 | 22:25

Whatever our dreams, ideas or projects, we plant a seed, nurture it and then reap the fruits of our labor. Oprah Winfrey
She dreamed of giving a cheer to every soul. She had an idea to bring joy to every sad soul. She embarked on a project to brighten hopes of those who are downtrodden. She planted in people. All of this has made her to become one of the most successful and rich woman the world has ever known.

The Secret of Great Leaders

Written By Mussa Muneja on Wednesday, 11 February 2015 | 00:19

" No person can be a great leader unless he takes genuine joy in the successes of those under him." Wade
The problem of we people is that we desire to be great leaders, but we fail to realize that our greatness solely depends on those we work together. The genuine joy cited above is usually replaced by hypocritical joy. I hope you have got the lesson of the day.

A Message as We Await 2015

Written By Mussa Muneja on Monday, 29 December 2014 | 06:58

Perhaps the best reason for having
Calendars and making life in years
is that the cycle itself offers hope.
We need fresh starts and new chances
the conviction that beginnings remain available,
 no matter how many we have blown.
And the yearly clock can start anywhere along the line


Written By Mussa Muneja on Friday, 12 December 2014 | 01:10

Be careful the environment you choose for it will shape you; be carefully the Friends you choose for you shall become like them. W. Clement Stone

The logic is simple if you hang around with questionable guys, you will be named the same; if you hang around with good colleagues, you will be named the same. I wish you a happy weeked

Recent Pics on the 8th UoA Graduation (ENJOY)

Written By Mussa Muneja on Thursday, 4 December 2014 | 06:24

                           Dr & Mrs Muneja enjoying the moment at illustrious graduation
Dr Muneja doing a translation for Prof Matiku, the Vice Chancellor of University of Arusha

 Victory Gospel Singers on the stage, the 'First Lady' is Mrs Joyce Muneja
 Dr Muneja, Pr Mwakasweswe (UoA Chaplain) and Pr Mark Malekana (the President of ETC) posing

Dr Muneja doing a translation to Dr. Rosa Tylor Banks (the GC Associate Secretary)

          And the business continued

The business was still on progress

When the Minority Counts

Written By Mussa Muneja on Friday, 21 November 2014 | 08:29

                                   "Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is the truth." Mahatma Gandhi
These words were said by Mahatma Gandhi, they still mean a lot today in committees, commissions, ballot boxes etc. I encourage everybody reading this post to be true to God (Yahweh), who is the author of all truth and the one who supports those who bear the witness of truth.


Written By Mussa Muneja on Friday, 14 November 2014 | 02:43

On behalf of my government, and the first lady (Joyce) we wish you a blessed weekend

Wishing You Good!

Written By Mussa Muneja on Friday, 31 October 2014 | 05:11

We all need a rest! God made this rest for you! It is personal and it is communal! Shabbat Shalom!


Written By Mussa Muneja on Thursday, 30 October 2014 | 08:55

                   "There is no next time. It is now or never." Celestine Chua

These words appear to be echoing what is going on at University of Arusha. The University Administration under Prof Matiko have embarked an unusual construction project. The pics below show the work in progress of the Graduation Amphitheater . Enjoy


Written By Mussa Muneja on Thursday, 16 October 2014 | 05:52

Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions--Oliver Wendel
This is a very strange saying. However it locks up a lot of truth in it. Suppose we say a mind gains an insight on doing something good to human beings like giving free service--then the mind will never remain the same. On the other hand when a mind gains an experience of doing something evil (mention any), it will never be the same! So my advice lets keep doing good for our minds. If you are a believer in Yahweh, you have a plus!


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The Ministry of Education and Vocational Training as a nominating agent in the country for the Commonwealth scholarships in inviting applications from qualified Tanzanians for Masters and Doctorate degrees tenable in the United Kingdom in the year 2015.

The Scholarships include:
  • One year taught masters courses of equivalent degrees.
  • Doctorate degrees of up to three years duration.

  1. Applicants must be holders of bachelor of masters degrees;
  2. Applicants for masters must have bachelor degrees of GP A not less than 3.5; and
  3. Applicants for Doctorate degrees must have a B Grade Masters degrees or a GPA 4.0 or above at Masters level.

Mode of Application:
  • All applications should be made directly to the Commonwealth Secretariat and should be online using the following link:
  • It is important that applicants should read and understand all given instructions when filling the application forms, and should attach all necessary attachmentssuch as certified copies of academic certificates, transcripts, birth certificates and submit online through the above mentioned link.
All applicants who wish to be nominated by the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, should print one hard copy of completely filled application form, attach with certified photocopies of academic certificates, transcripts and birth certificates and submit them to the address below before 31st October, 2014.

The Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Education and Vocational Training,
P.O. Box 9121,



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