Sifa Za Kujiunga na Chuo Cha Maji 2023

Sifa Za Kujiunga na Chuo Cha Maji ;- Water Institute (WI), a reputable institution fully registered by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE), takes pride in its accreditation for a range of programs. Among these, the Institute warmly welcomes applications from prospective students eager to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering. In this article, we will outline the qualifications and steps required for admission into the Water Institute (WI).

Entry Qualifications

To be eligible for enrollment at the Water Institute, candidates must meet specific entry requirements:

1. Form VI Qualification:

Applicants must hold an Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSE) with at least Two principal passes, totaling 4.0 points. The grading scale used is as follows: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1. These principal passes should be obtained in two of the following subjects: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

It’s essential to note that students who completed their A-Level studies in 2014 and 2015 must possess an Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSE) with Two principal passes (Two Cs) with a total of 4.0 points. This grading scale is slightly different: A=5, B+=4, B=3, C=2, D=1. Again, these passes should be from two of the subjects mentioned above: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

2. Diploma (NTA Level 6):

Candidates holding an Ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education (OCSE) with at least four passes in non-religious subjects can apply for the Water Institute. Additionally, they must have completed an Ordinary Diploma in one of the following fields:

  • Water Supply and Sanitation Engineering
  • Hydrogeology & Water Well Drilling
  • Hydrology & Meteorology
  • Water Quality Laboratory Technology
  • Civil Engineering
  • Irrigation Engineering
  • Other fields related to Civil Engineering or Water Resources Engineering

The minimum GPA (NTA 6) required for the diploma is 3.0.

3. Full Technician Certificate (FTC):

For those with a Full Technician Certificate in Water Resources Engineering, Hydrogeology & Well Drilling, Hydrology & Meteorology, Water Laboratory Technology, Civil Engineering, or other fields related to Civil Engineering or Water Resources Engineering, admission is possible. The minimum average grade is C, as per the following conversion scale: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2.

How to Apply

The application process is straightforward. Candidates can apply online through the link provided on the homepage of the Water Institute’s website. Required attachments include the original bank pay-in-slip for the application fee, which is TShs 10,000/= payable to Water Institute, Account No. 22501000004 at NMB, Mlimani City Branch, Dar es Salaam. Additionally, applicants should include certified true copies of their Academic Certificates and Birth Certificate.

Deadline for Receiving Application Forms

It is crucial to submit your application forms and attachments as early as possible to secure your spot at the Water Institute. While the exact deadline for application for admission is not specified in this article, it’s advised to check the Institute’s website or contact them directly for this year’s deadline.

In Conclusion

Water Institute (WI) offers a variety of training programs leading to the award of an Ordinary Diploma in several areas of specialization, including Water Supply and Sanitation Engineering, Hydrology and Meteorology, Hydrogeology and Water Well Drilling, Water Laboratory Technology, and Irrigation Engineering. If you meet the entry requirements outlined above, take the necessary steps to apply and embark on a promising educational journey at WI. For additional information or assistance, don’t hesitate to visit the Water Institute at Ubungo Campus or contact them via the provided phone number.

Joining the Water Institute is not just an opportunity for education; it’s a chance to make a meaningful impact in the field of water resources and engineering. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this esteemed institution and contribute to the sustainable management of water resources.