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St.Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT) MWANZA

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St.Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT) was established in 1998, is the successor of the Nyegezi Social Training Institute (NSTI) founded in1960 as the Nyegezi Social Training Centre by the Catholic White Fathers (Now called the Missionaries of Africa), Under the initiative of Bishop Joseph Blomjous of the Mwanza Diocese.

The Nyegezi Social Training Institute in Mwanza was the nucleus of the new Catholic University, “St. Augustine University of Tanzania” (SAUT).

The Tanzania Episcopal Conference founded SAUT to embrace the ideals of the Gospel message as it comes to the world through the World of God and through Catholic Tradition and the teaching Church. In matter of faith and morals, the University acknowledges the authority of Canon Law and the Apostolic Constitution “Ex-Corde Ecclesiae” for Catholic Universities. At the same time, St. Augustine University of Tanzania, having been established in accordance with the laws of the country, operates under the direction of the Tanzania Commission of Universities (TCU) in accordance with the provisions of the Universities Act No.7 of 2005.
The University attracts students from Tanzania and elsewhere, particularly the countries of East and Central Africa: Kenya, Uganda, Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Burundi, Malawi, and Zambia.

We offer the following courses in SAUTI Mwanza

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