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The College of African Wildlife Management, MWEKA

Date for opening Admission Window for Academic Year 2020/2021 shall be communicated after receiving NACTE directives.
  • MON - FRI (8AM - 5PM)

    Saturday and Sunday closed
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    mweka@mwekawildlife.ac.tz
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    (+255) 692 883 333
    (+255) 766 883 333

Postgraduate Diploma in Wildlife Management

Objectives

This Programme aims to provide students with the flexibility to develop the knowledge and skills they require relating to their own particular interests. The Programme is structured around both compulsory and optional modules and develops analytical and critical skills, independence, self-discipline and professionalism in Postgraduate Diploma graduates.

Entry Requirements

Bachelor Degree in Wildlife Management, Tourism, Biological Sciences, Botany, Ecology, Environmental Science, Conservation Biology, Fisheries, Forestry, Beekeeping, Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine or any other related field from a recognized institution.

Duration: One Year

Mode: Full Time

Target

This programme is designed for students who already hold a relevant undergraduate degree qualification and are seeking a career as high-level managers within wildlife or natural resource management agencies, NGOs or private sector organizations.

Methodology

Training approaches include lectures, interactive structured lectures, directed and self-directed study, seminars, tutorials, student presentations, field and College-based practical training exercises. Postgraduate Diploma students undertake a Self-Managed Study module, participate in Postgraduate Diploma Tutorials and can select optional safari modules if they wish. At the end of the second semester, students conduct a Research Project.

Assessment and Award

Students must gain 120 credits to be eligible for the award Postgraduate Diploma. These credits are gained through passing all assessed Postgraduate Diploma modules. In order to pass Postgraduate Diploma course, a student must achieve a final module mark of not less than 40% (continuous assessment and final examination). In addition, a student must pass the final examination by at least 40%. Module continuous assessment is based on a mixture of practical exercises, written assignments, group and individual exercises, reports and final examination. Module continuous assessment is 60% and the final examination is 40% of the final module mark, unless stated otherwise.

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee:2,500,000 I.D Card:15,000
Registration:50,000 Research/Dissertation supervision:410,000
Examination:105,000 Lab Fee:300,000
Application:20,000 Uniform:140,000
Caution Money:50,000 Faculty Requirements:100,000
Computer Lab:140,000 Laundry Requirements:13,000
Field Practical:1,120,000 CAWSO:60,000
Health Insurance:100,000 NACTE/TCU Exam:20,000
Sports:50,000      Library:120,000
     Total:5,313,000
     EAC & SADC:$2,843
     Foreigner:$6,175

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