SUALISA statistics short courses from 30th November 2020 up to 4th December 2020


Sokoine University of Agriculture Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis (SUALISA) would wish to announce to the SUA community and the general public that it will offer short courses in Statistics to be held at SUALISA conference room between 9 am and 3 pm each day from 30th November 2020 up to 4th December 2020

Registration for the short course
The registration fee is 30,000/=Tshs, per day. Registration would be made upon your arrival in a venue at the iAGRI building. Contact Maria Celestine via the following address to confirm your participation.

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Mobile: 0713-301033

Who should attend? Any scholar/researcher such as a postgraduate student /instructor/production manager/an entrepreneur/lab technician etc. is highly encouraged to attend. You are all welcomed to attend.

How you will benefit from the course(s): Each course will provide participants with practical skills to be able to effectively implement a real-life related problem needing statistical skills application.

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Hosting of 2019 MAT AGM and a one-week capacity-building training workshop

Our institution through department of Mathematics, Informatics and Computational Sciences is hosting a one-week  capacity building training workshop for Primary and Secondary Schools Mathematics teachers, and the Annual General Meeting of Mathematical Association of Tanzania (MAT).


The programme is organized by MAT and is planned to take place from Today  9th September 2019 to Friday 14th September 2019 at SM-CoSE premises.
The Minister of State in President's Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, Hon. Selemani Said Jafo (MP) is expected to officiate the programme on Tuesday 10th September 2019 from 0830-1130hrs at DOME.

Lessons learnt from participation to the EU Erasmus+ Conference by EEISHEA Project



Participants of the EEISHEA Conference at KNUST Ghana where SUA was represented by Prof Peter Gillah, Prof Camillius Sanga and Dr. Anthony Sangeda

The project aims at reforming Higher Education (HE) studies by ensuring that curricula are highly relevant to the contemporary economic and social needs of Africa by equipping graduates with skills and competences for employability and self-employment. The project team comprises ten Universities from Africa and Europe where SUA is one of them.

From 28th to 30th October 2019, EEISHEA project through the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST, Ghana) organized a two-day conference for sharing project progress from participating Universities. The third day was used for field visit to KNUST Innovation Hub and Aquaculture Experimental Farm.

Conference Participants

Universities from Africa were KNUST, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College (KCMUCo), Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), University of Energy and Natural Resources of Ghana and State University of Zanzibar (SUZA). Participants from Europe came from Aalborg University (Denmark), Universitat Politenica de Catalunya (Spain), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), University of Copenhagen and Rosklide University (Denmark). Other invited participants came from affiliated colleges of KNUST which include All Nations University, Garden City University College, Spiritan University College, Wisconsin International University, Princefield College, Medicare College, Accra Institute of Technology and Christ Apostolic University College.

At Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)

EEISHEA project works on re-designing curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. The output of the project would be relevant elements of entrepreneurship & innovation (E&I), and ecological, social and economic sustainability (SUS) integrated into curriculum of BSc Information Technology. Also, it will be delivered through student-centred learning (SCL) using blended approaches (i.e. mix of face to face such as short lectures, PBL, Peer Instruction and e-learning tool –the Moodle).


KNUST graduates working in the Innovation Hub to develop their ideas


Small companies established by KNUST graduates in the Innovation Hub

Lessons learnt

  1. Both in Europe and in Africa, Universities are re-designing and reshaping curricula to reflect world challenges and produce graduates with skills and competences suitable to address the real world and local challenges.
  2. In the curriculum redesign, students are given more time to do multi-disciplinary projects where in so doing, they acquire skills and become innovative.
  3. Many Universities in Europe and Ghana have established Incubation Hubs as centres for graduates to develop their innovative ideas into reality (Innovation Hubs). Good use of these hubs have proven to reduce the problem of unemployment of graduates and improved skills and competences required by employers. 


DVC Academic from SUA (Prof. Peter Gillah) and DVC Academic from University of Energy and Natural Resources in Ghana listening to the Innovation Hub Coordinator at Kwame Nkurumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi Ghana

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Learn more about EEISHEA Project, at: