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British High Commissioner to Tanzania welcomes back 2013/2014 Chevening Scholars

It was all smiles when H.E Dianna Melrose handed welcome back certificates to the new returning Chevening Scholars.

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2013/14 Chevening Scholars - Felista Rugambwa and Roman Masumbuko

2013/14 Chevening Scholars - Felista Rugambwa and Roman Masumbuko

The British High Commissioner H.E Dianna Melrose on 30th January 2015 hosted a reception to welcome back our two 2013/2014 Chevening Scholars and the UK Alumni in Tanzania organisation. Felista Rugambwa has completed her Masters in Development Finance at the University of Manchester and Roman Masambuko has completed his LLM in International Commercial Trade majoring in Oil and Gas at the University of Birmingham. They were handed their certificates by H.E Melrose after successful completion of their Masters studies in the UK and she welcomed them as the newest members of UKAT.

UKAT is a group that connects UK Alumnis across Tanzania. They meet occasionally on different perspectives. To know more about UKAT you can visit their UKAT website.

Published 5 February 2015