News article

2012-13 Tanzanian Chevening Scholars Complete Masters in UK

This world location news article was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

British High Commission looks forward to welcoming back last year's Tanzanian Chevening scholars after completing Masters courses in the UK.

The British High Commission is looking forward in the coming weeks to welcoming back our four 2012/2013 Chevening scholars. They include Elizabeth Tunu Rwitunga (MA International Relations), Erick Maseke (MSc Management), Annastazia Rugaba (MA Media Practise for International Development) and Saidi Ally Mkasiwa (LLM International Commercial Law).

The Tanzanian Chevening scholars were amongst approximately 400 Chevening scholars from across the globe who attended an end of studies reception at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London hosted by FCO Minister, Hugo Swire in July.

Mr Swire congratulated the scholars saying;

“As tomorrow’s leaders, we are confident that you have what it takes to contribute greatly to both your home countries and to Britain. You should be proud of what you have achieved.”

For more information see: Farewell event Chevening flickr page Facebook