Source: The Citizen & AllAfrica, By Janeth Mesomapya
Dar es Salaam — The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) is preparing to build two university campuses for the Aga Khan University (AKU) in Tanzania.
This was revealed yesterday by the director of the AKDN’s Institute for Education Development (East Africa), Prof Joe Lugalla.
He was addressing a press briefing in Dar es Salaam on the Ismaili Jubilee & Carnival, which is scheduled for this Sunday.
According to Prof Lugalla, the first campus will be built in Arusha. It is estimated that construction will take six years.
“The university will offer multiple courses in such fields as science, law, journalism and others at the undergraduate, masters and doctorate degree levels. It will draw students from across East Africa,” he said.
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