We are committed to offering programs and research that explores and contributes to sustainable change in leadership and governance in the continent. We work non-affirmatively to challenge the status quo in leadership and government systems and we let our students decide on the contribution they want to make to their communities.
Our academic courses are designed to contribute to nurturing transformational leaders in Africa with a human rights-based approach. The programs are steered to investigate the world in a transformational way rather than theoretically while giving a platform for participants to share experiences from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
OUR ACADEMIC COURSES
Study at MS-TCDC.
The admission process is done online and regulated by the Tanzania Commission for University (TCU). Applicants should go through the entry requirements before applying for the listed programs.
Producing research that will help shape the world.
We are eager to know “what is out there?” What can be said with evidence about Governance and Development out there? But we also want to know “Why?” – Why is the situation of Governance and Development as it is? Thus, this evidence opens the (applied science) question: “What can be done about it?” Neither theory nor research can tell us what to do. However, good research can provide us with evidence for informed decisions for change.
The Academic program focuses on inspiring students to do research in areas of interest that affect areas in Leadership and governance across sectors. We are open to collaborative research with other institutions to support our research work. We provide capacity-building workshops and recognise outstanding research publications through a recognition award certificate.
Stay connected with your global alumni community.
The Alumni Network serves as a platform for mentorship and networking among Academic alumni. Members are drawn from different countries around the globe which promotes diverse experience sharing.
Our vision is to create and sustain a network of TCDC alumni around the world through mentorship, communication, and engagement in meaningful programs.
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
Curious minds sharing a common vision.
Clubs provide a platform for our students to discover their talents and nurture them. It gives students an opportunity to be at the forefront of leadership roles, encouraging team playing and also serves as an opportunity for networking with individuals with common interests. Clubs are our way of creating a responsible and impact society for our students and the communities that surround us. Currently you will find the following clubs and societies:
- Governance Club
- Debate club
- Peer Counseling club
- Young Diplomats club
OUR ACADEMIC PREPAREDNESS COURSES
WHY STUDY WITH US?
At MS TCDC we are committed to developing your attitudes and skills for personal and societal leadership. You are going to approach the state of art theories and research that will enable you to challenge the world’s governance and leadership systems.
MS TCDC fosters a diverse community of students and knowledge. We are working in a beautiful ‘global village’ where you will get inspired with ideas around the world with specific focus on African leadership – true to good governance and nurturing transformational leaders.
We refer to our students as participants - fostering a participatory and Competency Based Education Training methodologies. In CBET training greater attention is being paid to assessing the quality of graduates from different institutions. Our methodologies call upon “Head, Hand and Heart” critical for transforming societies' ways of thinking, doing, and acting.
You will therefore be challenged to participate in learning processes which will provide actions after learning.
We critique all structures which cause poverty, inequality, and indignity. We also critique academics, when misused. However, we want our critique to be constructive. We want to be a constructive critical part of change. We therefore challenge our participants to constructively critique the world as individuals or as institutions – only so, we can all improve.