The exhibition will bring together students and international education providers with the focus on recruiting students for foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Higher education has recorded strong growth in East Africa in recent years due to increased demand. The use of websites, subscribing to academic journals, use of intranet, social media and other e-learning tools have revolutionised the academic sector in East Africa.
Altogether, there are about 100 universities in East Africa, both public and private, with Kenya hosting the highest number, 40.
In the past decade Tanzania's public universities have witnessed rapid growth in enrolment. There are nearly 30 public and private universities in Tanzania. Demand for higher education is large with an estimated student population of 15,000.
According to a recent report from the Tanzania Education Sector Analysis, emphasis has been put on higher education, to adequately meet the growing demand from secondary school leavers and produce skills relevant to current and future economic growth. University enrollment has grown at an average annual rate of around 30% since 2005.
Main areas are undergraduate courses and postgraduate courses with a visible increase in interest for professional qualifications. Many foreign universities attract Kenyan and Tanzanian students for access and foundation courses in marketing, business, management and IT.
The main subject areas of interest are: business and finance, medicine and related sciences, IT, engineering, hotel management, humanities, law, MBA, and distant learning amongst many others.
In Tanzania we will visit Dar es Salaam on 23rd and Arusha on 25 February,
Multi-city discount is available. Contact organiser for further information
Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm