Reformed education and natural ecology
Situated in East Africa, Tanzania is famous for its’ wildlife conservation and natural ecology. This is also one of the best destinations for studying abroad in East Africa, since there are approximately 1,200 American students studying in Tanzania.
Despite the subsequence of economic difficulty in the past, Tanzania’s education system has been considerably reformed and invested in these days, and as a result, school access has expanded rapidly. Higher education in Tanzania is offered by universities, including local institutions and foreign institutions. Higher education has the capability of awarding a Bachelor’s degree to undergraduates and a Master’s degree for postgraduates. There are various courses specialised in different fields of study such as Law, Computer Sciences, Education, Arts, Sociology and so on.
Apart from its’ study opportunities, Tanzania welcomes its’ students to enjoy and discover the exotic nature. There is usually a large number of tourists around to be impressed by Tanzania’s indigenous wildlife and ecology. When you study in Tanzania, you can visit Serengeti National Park and see animals such as leopards, elephants, lions or rhinos in their natural environment. The tropical islands of Zanzibar and Mafia Marine Park are also interesting places for exploration as well. Nature and wildlife is always one of the most outstanding features of African countries.
Living in Tanzania doesn’t cost a student very much. For instance, a meal in an inexpensive restaurant would cost them around $4. Transportation expenses are quite low as well. Students need to spend only $0.25 for a one-way ticket on local transport, and around $21 for an unlimited monthly pass. The prices of an apartment (1 bedroom) in the city centre is around $500 and $420 for an apartment (1 bedroom) outside the city centre.
Top 3 reasons to study in Tanzania:
- Reformed education
- Some of the greatest natural wonders in the world
- Affordable cost of living
Did you know this about Tanzania?
- Primary school tuition fees in public schools were eliminated in 2002, but families still must pay for uniforms, testing fees and school supplies.
- There are over 120 languages in Tanzania. Most of them are Bantu languages.
- The world’s earliest human skull was found in the Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania.