Tanzanian and Finnish Universities Explore Research and Education Cooperation Opportunities

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By Msilikale Msilanga

A team of Tanzanian universities recently had the opportunity to attend an event organised by the University of Turku, where they presented their institutions to the Finnish university community. The aim was to explore potential research and education cooperation opportunities between Tanzanian and Finnish universities. The team is in Finland for a two-week visit to discuss institutional engagement and potential partnerships as a continuation of the Resilience Academy and GeoICT4e projects. The universities involved in the visit include the University of Dar es Salaam, Ardhi University, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Moshi Co-operative University, and the State University of Zanzibar.

The event provided a platform for the Tanzanian universities to highlight their academic programs, research initiatives, and innovative projects. The Finnish university community was eager to learn more about the Tanzanian institutions and explore potential collaboration opportunities. The meeting identified several areas for research and education cooperation, including research, education and teacher training and especially advancing the social digital innovations.

This event marked an important step to participants including the Tanzania University team towards strengthening academic ties between Tanzania and Finland.

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