SAUT-International Relations

Welcome to the St. Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT), a top-ranked private international university in Tanzania. The institution has developed relationships with other universities across the world that allow its students to access global academic knowledge through a variety of exchange programs. Students from all over the world, including Germany, Finland, China, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Zambia, Nigeria, South Sudan, and Malawi, to name a few, have earned their degrees here over the years and are now influential figures in a variety of global businesses.

All nationalities are invited to enroll as international students at the institution because the degree they earn it will be completely recognized worldwide. Explore the world by broadening your horizons through the different exchange programs that SAUT facilitates. Being a global competitive citizen will help you discover new cultures, make friends from all over the world, and improve your competitiveness. We are aware that students all over the world require assistance as they adjust to university life. As students adjust to a new culture and learn from friends and instructors, this change can frequently seem so daunting. We are aware of these difficulties, and our department is prepared to assist any student in adjusting and integrating into the new setting.

When it comes to the relocation of academic expatriates to Tanzania, the department also serves as a support unit for the human resources department. As they contribute experience and knowledge from different regions of the world, the institution now has about more than 30 expatriates as lecturers in a variety of fields. The organization recognizes the importance of having an international staff, and as a result, it welcomes academicians from all over the world to work either full or visiting at the university.

Why Study or work in Tanzania

Universities in Tanzania are home to a thriving international student community. As a result, universities in Tanzania have the greatest diversity of any place in the nation. Over 120 different tribes have an effect on Tanzanian culture, which is evident in the music, art, and traditions of the country. Foreigners are given preference and the fees are typically less expensive. Most institutions provide cafeteria services to the student body at discounted prices for more economical meals. Tanzania is a religiously diverse nation that supports the right to practice any religion one chooses, and this is clear in its universities.


Name: Judith Flora Wanda

Designation: Director of International Relations

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