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St. John

St. John's University of Tanzania
Chuo Kikuu cha Mtakatifu Yohana Tanzania  (Swahili)
Motto To Learn to serve
Established 2007 (2007)
Type Private
Religious affiliation Anglican Church of Tanzania
Chairman Paul Rupiya
Chancellor Bishop Donald Mtetemela
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Cazmir M. Rubagumya
Location Dodoma, Tanzania
Campus Urban
Website .tz.acsjut

St. John's University of Tanzania (SJUT) is a private university in Dodoma, Tanzania.[1] It was established in 2007 and is run by the Anglican Church of Tanzania. The university has more than 3000 students and offers degrees in business administration, education, nursing, pharmacy and theology.[2] The Right Rev. Donald Mtetemela, the former archbishop and primate of Tanzania, is the university’s chancellor.

References

  1. ^ "Register of Universities" ( 
  2. ^ "St John's University Inaugurated". The Anglican Church of Tanzania. September 7, 2007. Retrieved 2009-01-28. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Friends of St. John's University


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