Sifa Za Kujiunga Na Chuo Cha Ustawi Wa Jamii Entry Requirements

In This Post You Will Find Sifa Za Kujiunga Na Chuo Cha Ustawi Wa Jamii, Entry Requirements , To be accepted into any of the courses provided by the Institute Of Social Work, applicants must meet certain requirements. General admission requirements and specialized entry criteria are the two categories of qualifications.

The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) set general entrance requirements as the minimal standards that all applicants must satisfy in order to be considered for admission. These standards are applicable to all institutions operating in Tanzania.

Students must also fulfill extra prerequisites in order to be admitted to a particular program at the Institute of Social Work. They are prerequisites set by the university and may vary from one college to another based on the applications the student wishes to make for the courses.

Sifa Za Kujiunga Na Chuo Cha Ustawi Wa Jamii

Requirements for admission to bachelor’s degree programs

For applicants who finished their A-level coursework prior to 2014, they must have two principal passes and a total of four points from two courses to be admitted to the program in question (where A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, and E=1).

The minimal criteria for admission for students who finished their A Levels in 2014 and 2015 is two C grade passes with a score of 4 from two subjects, which defines their acceptance into the relevant program (where A=5; B+=4; B=3; C=2; and D=1). In this category, a grade of “D” is not regarded as a principal pass.

For applicants who finished their A-level studies in 2016, they must be holders of the ACSEE, with a minimum of two principal passes and a total of 4.0 points from two topics (where A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, and E=1) qualifying entrance into the appropriate program.

Entry Requirements for Regular Diploma Programs

You must have at least one principal pass and one subsidiary at the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) in relevant courses, which will equal at least 1.5 points, in order to enroll in the Institute of Social Work’s Ordinary Diploma Programs (i.e., at least one E and one S).

Additionally, you need to have completed at least four Certificate of Secondary Education Examination credits (CSEE). These credits must come from CSEEs that do not include religious studies.

Entry Requirements for Basic Technician Certificate

The Institute of Social Work requires applicants to have completed ordinary level secondary education with at least four (4) passes, excluding religious subjects, in order to accept them into its Basic Technician Certificate programs.

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Application Procedure

The Institute of Social Work is a higher learning Institution in Tanzania which was established by the Institute of Social Work Act [Cap 110 RE 2002] as amended by the written Laws (Miscellaneous amendments) (No. 3) Act of 2002 herein referred to as the Act.

The Institute was established in order to prepare qualified human resource for strengthening the social service delivery structure in Tanzania. It started operating in 1974 in rented buildings of the Tanzania Episcopal Conference at Kurasini before moving to the present premises at Kijitonyama, Dar es Salaam in 1978.

The first program was the Ordinary Diploma in Social Work which was designed for addressing the problem of social welfare manpower shortage that was facing the Social Welfare Department. In 1977, the Institute began offering Advanced Diploma in Social Work. This was necessitated by the need to meet social work professional training and educational standards.

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