CBE JOINING INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELECTED APPLICANTS FOR 2022/2023
The COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION (CBE) was established in 1965 by the Act of the Parliament.
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Act No. 31 of 1965. His Excellency, J.K. Nyerere, the first President of the United Republic of Tanzania officially opened the new College in January 1965.
The College was officially named the “College of Business Education” (CBE). The said Act of Parliament gives the College its legal status as an autonomous institution with its Governing Body.
The College shall be governed and administered in accordance with the provisions of this Act
To be a leading College in transforming and developing business education capabilities
To provide demand-driven and competence based education, and to offer quality public services through applied research and consultancies.
CBE CORE VALUES
<> Academic Freedom the College is independent and cherishes and defends free inquiry and scholarly responsibility.
<> Advancing and Sharing Knowledge and Skills. The College supports scholarly pursuits that contribute to knowledge and understanding within and across disciplines, and seeks every opportunity to share them broadly.
<> Excellence the College, through its students, staff, and alumni, strives for excellence and trains students to the highest standards.
<> Integrity the College acts with integrity, fulfilling promises and ensuring open, respectful relationships among its stakeholders. CBE abides with ethical code of conduct and respect for laws.
<> Mutual Respect and Equity The College values and respects all members of its communities, each of whom individually and collectively makes a contribution to create, strengthen, and enrich teaching and learning environment.
<> Public Interest/ Customer Care the College embodies the highest standards of service and stewardship of resources and works within the wider community to enhance societal good satisfaction.
The College is located along Bibi Titi Mohamed Road, Dar es Salaam adjacent to Dar
es salaam Institute of Technology (DIT)
The following are necessary conditions for admission:
1. Declaration Regarding Completion of the Programme.
All candidates confirming acceptance of selection at this College must undertake to complete the programme unless required to do otherwise by the College. Please sign the relevant sections of the enclosed form of acceptance of the selection, declaration on Dress code and medical certificate. Completed forms must be returned to the College during Registration.
2. Medical Examination.
Admission into the College is conditional upon a satisfactory medical report being received by the College. Students are therefore asked to undergo medical examination by registered medical practitioners. Use the enclosed form which should be brought with you duly filled and signed. Students, who report to the College without their medical reports, will have to undergo medical examination at their own expenses before admission into the College.
Orientation and Registration will start on 17 th October, 2022. If you cannot report on this date for any reason, please inform us immediately otherwise we shall assume that you have opted not to attend the programme.
What to bring.
(i) Two Passport size photographs taken recently for registration.
(ii) National form IV Certificate (not Result slip)
(iii) National form VI Certificates (or Result slip for those who completed form
six in 2022 only).
(iv) Birth Certificate
(v) Form (four) Leaving Certificate
(vi) Form six Leaving Certificate
(viii)Any other relevant Certificates supporting your qualifications.
– At the time of registration all certificates must be original (not photocopy) any candidate without original certificates will not be registered.
– Submission of forged certificates or any false document is a criminal offence and will be dealt with according to the law.
– Students are required to have laptops for in-class note taking, accessing information, research, online assignments, and class presentations.
Students admitted to this College are expected to observe and abide by the students By-Laws of the College, Examination Regulations or any other lawful orders given by the Rector, lecturers or any other person in authority. Failure to observe or comply with any lawful order may lead to summary dismissal from the College.