TETEA sponsored students have had a fairly successful year in their Form 6 exams. Those students receiving up to 13 points should have a good shot at university acceptance and student loans. The next tier may have access to teacher training colleges and other institutions.
Congratulations especially to Awetu, Shahara, and Selemani, who had particularly good results!
Congratulations to Kornel Mbele, one of our sponsored students! He has been chosen to study CBG (Chemistry, Biology, and Geography) at Ndanda Secondary School for Advanced Level High School, a two year continuation of secondary school, before entering University.
For A-Level selections, visit the Ministry of Education website.
Form Four results from 2009 have been posted.
Check them here on our site.
Kornel Mbele has passed his exams with a Division II of 20 points. He has two C’s in Physics and Math and a B in Chemistry which will allow him entrance to A-Level with the PCM combination.
Exciting news from Tanzania!
One of the students we are looking to sponsor, Kornel Mbele
, was recently chosen as one of five students to represent Tanzania in a Youth Leadership program sponsored by the U.S. Embassy. They will join fifteen other students from Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa. They will meet in the U.S. for one month for youth leadership and community development training. This is very exciting news for Kornel who has only been to the capital city of Dar es Salaam twice (on the same school field trip) and has very rarely left the remote rural community where he lives. Read the U.S. Embassy Press Release
All three of our sponsored students who finished Form 4 last year have been chosen to join government A-Level schools.
Maria Mbena has been chosen to study EGM (Economics, Geography, Math) at Songea Girls.
Shahara Haridi has been chosen to study HGK (History, Geography, Kiswahili) at Mtwara Girls.
Ratifu Samli has been chosen to study HKL (History, Kiswahili, English) at Liwale Secondary.
Congratulations to them all on their hard work in their exams and for getting selected! Continue reading “A-Level Selection: Our Students Make the Cut”