SAUT Selected Applicants Waliochaguliwa 2022/2023
SAUT (St. Augustine University of Tanzania) was founded in 1998.
It is the successor to the Catholic White Fathers’ Nyegezi Social Training Institute (NSTI), which was founded in 1960. (currently known as the Missionaries of Africa).
Bishop Joseph Blomjous of the Mwanza Diocese spearheaded the initiative.
The University covers an area of over 600 acres in the Nyegezi-Malimbe area, 10 kilometres south of Mwanza City. It is located on the shores of Lake Victoria, 4 kilometres from the Mwanza-Shinyanga road.
The area to the south of Lake Victoria is known for its moderate temperatures because it is part of Tanzania’s central highlands (1140 m above sea level).
Mwanza is accessible by train, air, ferry, and road from other parts of Tanzania and East Africa.
STATEMENT OF VISION
To continue to be a university that promotes holistic development and human dignity.
STATEMENT OF MISSION
St. Augustine University of Tanzania strives to achieve the following goals:
1. Dedicated to being a centre of excellence in high-quality education, research, and public service.
2. Promoting the pursuit and defence of truth through transparency and honesty, as well as service through competence and dedication.
3. Developing a sense of responsibility for personal and community property.
4. A holistic development of the person through the provision of sound knowledge, increased analytical ability, and a commitment to generous service and humankind respect.
The Catholic Church owns and manages St. Augustine University of Tanzania, a secular and private institution of higher learning dedicated to St. Augustine of Hippo (345-430 A.D), with the motto “Building the City of God.”
Why Should You Pick Us?
If you have strong academic credentials and are looking for a graduate school with an international ethos and a vibrant community, St Augustine University of Tanzania is an excellent choice.
The University has many unique features that combine to give it a distinct personality:
<> St. Augustine University of Tanzania has approximately 14,780 students and qualified teaching and non-teaching staff.
The university ensures that its members have access to learning resources in a small and friendly community setting.
<> St. Augustine University has the highest proportion of experienced and highly committed academic and administrative staff members, which is sufficient for its fellowship.
<> Men and women from all over the world and from a wide range of backgrounds attend St. Augustine University of Tanzania.
This results in a good mix of students taking one-, two-, or three-year taught courses as well as those pursuing research degrees.
<> Students at SAUT have equal access to learning facilities. This allows for the free flow of knowledge and experience that any prospective graduate should expect from an academic community like SAUT.