On July 24th-25th 2018 Survival Consult, a German agency for corporate development based in Oldenburg, conducted a workshop to identify the highly academic qualification needs in the CENIT@EA project.
The aim of the workshop is to coordinate the content and methodological qualification measures with the real needs of the teaching staff and to support the adequate selection and request for qualification measures by specialist personnel for the implementation of the Master’s programme in “Embedded and Mobile Systems”.
Since the study courses, as part of the university didactic qualification, are to be conducted by experts, CENIT@EA main priority is to ensure German standards as a quality feature for teaching in the study programme at the “Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST)” in Arusha, Tanzania.
Scholarship priority and distribution
(i) Regional Participation
(ii) Quality of the Candidate
(iii) Gender consideration
(iv) Applicants with special need will be given special consideration