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St. John's University of Tanzania St. John's University of Tanzania (SJUT) is located in Dodoma, Tanzania.

It was established in 2007 and is run by the Anglican Church of Tanzania.

The university has more than 3000 students and offers degrees in business administration, education, nursing, pharmacy and theology.

The Right Rev. Donald Leo Mtetemela, the former archbishop and primate of Tanzania and the current diocesan bishop of Ruaha, is the university’s chancellor.

University background and History:

The idea to establish and operate a University by the Anglican Church of Tanzania started at the Synod Meeting held in 1999.

The Archbishop Donald Mtetemela emphasized the importance of establishing the Anglican Church University to provide higher education in the different aspects of education in Tanzania that will respond to the country’s needs of eradicating extreme poverty, hunger and disease and thus provide improved life expectancy to its people.

The University is located in the Kikuyu area, south western part of Dodoma about 1.5km from the town centre on Mtera-Iringa highway.

Luck enough, the University is at the heart of Tanzania, where also the headquarters of the Anglican Church of Tanzania are found.

Dodoma is the capital city of Tanzania and the seat of the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania.


To assume responsibility for providing and maintaining high quality education and training in the theological, social, scientific and technological disciplines.

The Anglican Church of Tanzania aims to increase access to University education in Tanzania, by giving more young people the opportunity of higher education.


Be a Centre of excellence for developing humankind holistically to learn to serve.


St.John's University aims at advancing the knowledge transfer from one generation to another in the fields of arts, sciences, technology and learning; provide higher education and facilities to conduct research; and to ensure the process of monitoring of the intellectual, aesthetic, social and manual growth of the students in attitude.

Other Universities and Colleges in Tanzania

Ardhi University Tanzania › | Hubert Memorial University Tanzania › | International Medical and Technological › | Sebastian Kolowa University College Tanzania › | Moshi University College of Co-operatives and Business › | Dar es Salaam University of Education › | Mount Meru University Tanzania › | Muhimbili University of Health and Allied › | Open University Tanzania › | Muslim University of Morogoro Tanzania › | Ruaha University College › | St Augustine University of Tanzania › | Kilimanjaro Christian College › | Teofilo Kisanji University Tanzania › | University of Dodoma Tanzania › |
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