Students who are eligible to apply for Bachelor Degree Programmes are;
i. Form Six Leavers; and
ii. Holders of Ordinary Diplomas, FTC, and their equivalences
iii. Holders of Foundation Certificate of the Open University of Tanzania
i. Applicants must carefully read and understand the admission requirements provided by TCU.
ii. Applicants must lodge their applications directly through respective institutions (Online Application Link)
All applicants holding foreign qualifications must have their qualifications validated and equated by NECTA or NACTE for certificates of secondary education and teacher education; and for Technical Education in respect of NTA Level 6 /Diploma qualifications respectively.
i. No student shall be allowed to register or attend classes unless the required fees have been paid. Fees ought to be paid in full at the beginning of the academic year or in two installments, at the beginning of each semester.
ii. Fees paid will not be refunded if a student withdraws or leaves the university after registration.
iii. If a student receives prior permission from the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs to withdraw or to be away from the university, and provided that the written application to withdraw or to be away from the university is submitted within the first two weeks of the academic year or semester, fifty percent of the fees may be refunded.
iv. New students must register within the specified period. For registration purposes ,a new student must submit original documents he/she had submitted as credentials in support of his/her application for admission.
v. Continuing students must complete registration formalities within the first week of each academic year.
vi. Late registration shall result to a penalty of Tsh. 100,000/=
vii. All the University Certificates, Diplomas, Degrees and any other University award shall be issued using the names which appear on the certificate by which a student gained admission at the university with. No change of names shall be allowed in academic testimonials and/or transcript unless such changes have been effected in all testimonials and or transcript which were used to gain admission in the university first.
viii. Students must register for the course programme into which they have been admitted to.
ix. No student shall be allowed to postpone studies after the academic year has begun, except under special circumstances. Permission to postpone and resume studies later shall be considered after the student has produced satisfactory evidence of the reasons for postponement. Special circumstances shall include ill health or a confirmed serious social problem.
x. No student shall be allowed to postpone studies during the two weeks preceding final examinations, but may for valid reasons be considered for postponement of examinations.
xi. A student discontinued from a programme/course on academic grounds shall not be re-admitted for the same programme/course until two years have elapsed.
xii. A student who will be discontinued from studies on disciplinary grounds shall not be re-admitted to the university.
xiii. Students may be allowed to be away from studies for a maximum period of two years in the case of undergraduate programmes and for postgraduate programmmes, if there is a decision to re-admit them on the same year of studies where they left off.
xiv. Students shall commit themselves in writing to abide by the University’s Charter, Rules and Regulations as from time to time prescribed. A copy of the students’ Rules and Regulations shall be made available and adequate notice on the same will be given to students.
xv. Students shall be issued with identification cards which they must carry at all times and which shall be produced whenever requested by appropriate university officers. The identity card is not transferable and any fraudulent use may result in loss of student privileges or suspension.
xvi. Loss of a student’s identity card should be reported immediately in writing to the office of the Dean of Students, where a new one will be obtained after paying the required replacement fee (currently Tsh. 10,000/=)
xvii. A student enrolled for any programme at SAUT may not enroll concurrently in any other institution. However, students of SAUT will be allowed to enroll for other courses offered by any institution leading to professional certification upon consultation with the Head of the Department.
xviii. No exemption shall be given on course(s) which a student may claim to have cleared elsewhere.
Note: A procedure will be worked out, however, by the Tanzania Commission for Universities for the legitimate transfer of credits.