Foreign Affairs: Scholarships at Friendship University Of Russia For Tanzanian 2022/23


The history of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation dates back soon after independence in 1961. Up to December 1963, it was a department under Prime Minister’s Office. In 1964 it became a fully fledged Ministry under the name of Ministry of External Affairs.

For four decades since the sixties, the Ministry’s operations were guided by Presidential Circular No. 2 of 1964. The Circular specified Foreign Policy priorities that evolved around racial equality, collective self-reliance, world at peace, on the basis of the socio-economic realities of sixties and seventies. For instance, the challenges of colonial domination and neo-colonialism, the super power rivalry, unfavorable economic situation of developing countries, and the fragility of statehood in Africa – all demanded such response. The policy served Tanzania well over the years.

Scholarships at Friendship University Of Russia For Tanzanian 2022/23

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Scholarships are payments awarded to students based on outstanding academic achievements, or because they have met all requirements set out by the scholarship sponsor. There are 2 main types of scholarships that you can apply for: Full scholarship: A payment that covers all of your tuition and textbook fees. 

The “why” of your scholarship program is its purpose, and answers the question of why people should believe and be inspired by your cause. Scholarship providers often state they want to: help students gain access to education; help students complete education; or provide financial support.

Scholarship is financial aid provided to a student on a certain basis, usually primarily academic merit. They can be based on several eligibility criteria such as needs, country or region of origin, gender, field of study, race, etc. Scholarship money does not have to be paid back as it is not a loan.