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The Government of Tanzania

Ministry of Education & Vocational Training


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nia

Training

Basic Education Statis

(BEST

2009 - 20

National

Enrollment of Learners in Educatio

Secondary Education A-Level; 0.7

Teachers Colleges; 0.4 Folk and Vocational Educa


Secondary Education O-Level; 15.0

Primary Education

Primary Education

n Statistics in Tanzania

BEST)

09 - 2013

onal Data

in Education Sector by Level, 2013

Folk and Vocational Education and Training; 1.1 Technical Education; 1.0 Higher Education; 1.4

O-Level; 15.0

Pre-Primary Education; 8.9

ry Education; 71.5

ry Education; 71.5

TABLE OF CON
Abbreviations
Preface
System and Structure of Education and Training
Methodology
Glossary

6.0. Technical Education


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8.0. Higher Education


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9.0. Inspectorate
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10.0. Summary Table


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11.0. Financing of Education


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Abbreviations
Preface
System and Structure of Education and Training
Methodology
Glossary

6.0. Technical Education


Total Enrollment of Students in Government and
Non-Government Technical Education by Subject
Board and Awards, 2012/13
Enrollment of Students in Government and NonGovernment Technical Insitutions by Award and
Sex, 2012/13
Enrollment
of
Students
with
Disability
in
Government
and
Non-Government
Technical
Colleges by Award, Type of Disability and Sex,
2012/13

Student Sponsorship in Government and NonGovernment Technical Colleges by Award, Source


and Sex, 2012/13
Enrollment
of Students in Government and NonGovernment Technical Institutions by Award, Entry
Criteria and Sex, 2012/13
Enrollment
of
Students
with
Disability
in
Government
and
Non-Government
Technical
Institutions by Award and Type of disability,
2012/13
Enrollment of Students in Government and NonGovernment Technical Education by Award, Mode of
Delivery
Sex, 2012/13
Number and
of Graduates
in Government and NonGovernment Technical Education by Field of Study,
Award and Sex, 2012/13
Academic
Staff
in
Government
and
NonGovernment Technical Education by Qualification,
Subject
Board
Sex, 2012/13
Academic
Staffand
Attrition
in Government and NonGovernment Technical Education by Qualification,
Reason
2012/13
RevenueandinSex,
Government
and Non-Government
Technical Education by Subject Board and Source,
2012/13

7.0. Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Enrollment in Folk and Vocational Education and
Training by Sex and Region, 2009/10 - 2012/13
Enrollment Trend in Folk and Vocational Education
and Training by Sex, 2009/10 - 2012/13
Enrollment in Folk and Vocational Education and
Training by Field of Study and Training Programme
and Sex, 2012/13
Number of
Folk and Vocational Education and
Training Centres and Enrollment of Trainees by
Region
Numberand
of Sex,
Folk 2012/13
and Vocational Education Training
Graduates by Field of Study, Mode of Delivery and
Sex,
2012/13
Number
of Folk and Vocational Education and
Training Graduates by Region and Sex, 2012/13
Trend in Enrollment and Number of Graduates in
Folk and Vocational Education and Training by Sex,
2008/09
- 2012/13
Enrollment
Trend and Number of Graduates in Folk
and Vocational Education and Training, 2008/09 2012/13
Enrollment in Folk and Vocational Education and
Training by Region, Type of Disabilities and Sex,
2012/13

Number of Trainees in Government and NonGovernment FDCs and VET Institutions by Region,
Entry Qualification and Sex, 2012/13
Number of Folk and Vocational Education and
Training Centres by Region and Location, 2012/13

Trend in Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Institutions by Ownership, 2010- 2012/13
Number of Folk and VET Institutions by Ownership,
2012/13
Vocational
Teachers
Training
Certificate
Examination Results, 2012/13
Revenue by Subject Board and Sources in
Government
and
Non-Government
Technical
Education, 2012/13

8.0. Higher Education


Enrollment in Government Universities and
University Colleges by Award, Sex and Name of
Institution,
Enrollment 2012/13
in Non-Government Universities and
University Colleges by Award, Sex and Name of
Institution,
Enrollment 2012/13
in Government and Non-Government
Universities and University Colleges by Programme
Award, Sex and Name of Institution, 2012/13
Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) in Tertiary Education
by Sex, 2012/13
Enrollment Trend in University and University
Colleges from 2007/08 to 2012/13
Enrollment Trend in Universities and University
Colleges from 2007/08 - 2012/13

Enrollment of Students by Field of Study, Award and


Sex, 2012/13
Academic Staff by Qualification, Nationality and Sex
in Government and Non-Government Universities
and University Colleges, 2012/13

Academic Staff Attrition by Reason, Qualification


and Sex, 2012/13

9.0. Inspectorate
Distribution of School Inspectors by Zone and Subsectors, 2012/13
Number of Institutions Inspected, 2012/13

10.0. Summary Table


Female Enrollment as Percentage of Total
Enrollment by Grade and Level, 2009 - 2013
Enrollment Summary in Government and NonGovernment Education Institutions, 2009 and 2013
Teaching Staff by Level and Qualification, 2013

11.0. Financing of Education


MoEVT Budget allocation as % of Total Government
Budget, Education Sector Budget and GDP, 2002/03
-MoEVT
2013/14
Budget Allocation as % of Total Government
Budget and Education Sector Budget, 2003/04 2013/14
Budgetary Allocation to Education Sector by Levels
2003/04 - 2013/14

Budgetary Allocation to Education Sector by Levels


2004/05 - 2013/14
Growth Rates of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and
Population and Per Capita Income by Region, 2001 2012

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Abbreviations
ACSEE
GATCE
AKU
AMUCOTABORA
ARU
COBET
Com
CSEE
CUHASB
DR
DSEE
DUCE
ETU
EFA
EMSM
Enrl
F
GCR
GER
GIR
Govt
GPI
HKMU
ICBAE

=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=

Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education


Examination
Grade A Teaching Certificate Examination
Aga Khan University
Archbishop Mihayo University College of Tabora
Ardhi University
Complementary Basic Education in Tanzania
Community
Certificate of Secondary Education Examination
Catholic University of Health and Allied Science
Bugando
Dropout Rate
Diploma in Secondary Education Examination
Dar es Salaam University College of Education
Eckernforde Tanga University
Education for All
Elimu ya Mafunzo ya Stadi za Maisha
Enrolment
Female
Gross Completion Rate
Gross Enrolment Ratio
Gross Intake Ratio
Government
Gender Parity Index
Hubert Kairuki Memorial University
Integrated Community Based Adult Education

IMTU
IUCO
JKUATARUSHA
JUCO
JOKUCO
KCK
KCM
KCMC

International Medical and Technological University


Iringa University College
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and
Technology-Arusha Campus
Jordan University College
Josiah Kibira University College
= Kisomo Cha Kujiendeleza
= Kisomo Chenye Manufaa
= Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College

KIU
KKK
KUA
M
MDGs
MMU
MU
MUCCOBS

=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=

MUCE
MUCO
MUHAS
MUM
MWUCE
MUST
NM-AIST
NCR

=
=
=
=
=

Kampala International University


Kusoma, Kuandika na Kuhesabu
Katavi University of Agriculture
Male
Millennium Development Goals
Mount Meru University
Mzumbe University
Moshi University College of Cooperative and
Studies
= Business
Mkwawa University
College of Education
= Makumira University College
= Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences
= Muslim University of Morogoro
= Mwenge University College of Education
= Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and
=
Technology
= Net Completion Rate

N/A
NER
NIR
No
Non-Govt
OUT
%
PCR
PhD
PLR
PR
PSLE
PQTR
RR
RUCO
SAUT
SEKUCO
Sem
SJUT
SFUCHAS
SJCoMF
SJCoAST
SJoCIT
SMMUCO
Std
SU
SUA

=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=

Not Available/Applicable
Net Enrolment Ratio
Net Intake Ratio
Number
Non-Government
Open University of Tanzania
Percent
Pupil Classroom Ratio
Doctor of Philosophy
Pupils Pit Latrine Ratio
Promotion Rate
Primary School Leaving Examination
Pupil Qualified Teacher Ratio
Repetition Rate
Ruaha University College
St. Augustine University of Tanzania
Sebastian Kolowa University College
Seminary
St. Johns University Tanzania
St. Francis University College of Health and Allied
Sciences
St. Joseph College of Management and Finance
St. Joseph College of Applied Science and
Technology
St. Joseph College of Information Technology
Stephano Moshi Memorial University College
Standard
Shughuli za Uzalishaji Mali
Sokoine University of Agriculture

SUZA
T
TEKU
TTC
TUDARCO
TVET

=
=
=
=
=
=

State University of Zanzibar


Total
Teofilo Kisanji University
Teacher Training College
Tumaini University Dar es Salaam College
Technical & Vocational Education and Training

UCEZ
UDOM
UDSM
UAUT
UoA
UoB
UST
UCoE
VET
VETA
WBUCHS
ZU

=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=

University College of Education Zanzibar


University of Dodoma
University of Dar es Salaam
The United African University of Tanzania
University of Arusha
Univesity of Bagamoyo
Ufundi Stadi
University College of Education
Vocational Education and Training
Vocational Education and Training Authority
Weil Bugando University College of Health
Sciences
Zanzibar University

Preface
The Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MoEVT) has,
since 1985 been publishing annually the statistics booklet named
Basic Education Statistics in Tanzania" (BEST). In 1992 a second
booklet containing data at regional level was introduced. This
second booklet is intended to make available to our users more
data and in greater details as demanded by them. This booklet
contains education data at national level for the medium level
range of five years that is from 2009 to 2013.
In a bid to avail our users with up-to-date information, efforts have
been made to collect, process and publish current data effectively
from 2004. This development does not only make people more
informed but also facilitates better planning for the education
Sector. This publication provides basic indicators on the whole
Education Sector namely, pre-primary, primary, secondary,
teacher, adult and non-formal, folk, vocational, technical and
higher education.
This booklet has information on student enrolment, teachers,
examination results, school inspection and vocational training. It
also provides some education indicators considered important to
users and those for Education for All (EFA) and Millenium
Development Goals (MDGs).
For further improvement of this booklet, the Ministry welcomes
views from our data users and all education stakeholders so as to
further enrich this publication. These data can also be obtained
from the ministrys website: http://www.moe.go.tz/statistics.

Prof. Sifuni E. Mchome


Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Education and Vocational Training
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
March, 2014

System and Structure of Education and Training


The structure of the formal education and training system in
Tanzania is 2 7 4 2 - 3+, that is; 2 years of pre-primary
education (year 1 and 2); 7 years of primary education (Standard IVII); 4 years of secondary ordinary level education (Form 1- 4); 2
years of secondary advanced level education (Form 5 and 6) and 3
or more years of university education. The official school attending
age ranges from 5-6 for pre-primary, 7-13 for primary, 14-17 for
lower secondary, 18-19 for upper secondary and 20-24 for
university education.

Methodology
Data presented in this publication is that of education levels under
the jurisdiction of MoEVT, PMO-RALG and MCDGC. These include
pre-primary, primary, secondary, teacher education, adult and nonformal education, technical and vocational education and
universities and university colleges.
Education data is collected through annual census of education
institutions using questionnaires designed specifically for the
purpose. Data on Pre-Primary and Primary education is collected
through questionnaires sent to schools to be filled from school
records and returned to District Education Officers (DEOs) for
aggregation. Data on Secondary, Teacher Education, Technical,
Vocational and University education is collected directly from the
respective Institutions. Data on Population is obtained from the
National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) while that on examinations is
obtained from the National Examination Council of Tanzania
(NECTA).

In order to meet publication deadline, specific reference dates have


been set. The reference date for Higher education and Technical and
Vocational Training is 15th February of every year. The reference
date for data collection in Pre-Primary, Primary, Adult and NonFormal, Secondary and Teacher Education is 1st March of every year.
However, since the second selection of students is carried out after
1st March data reported in this publication does not take into
account changes resulting from the second selection exercises.
Thus, the data presented in this publication is that of actual
enrollment in secondary school for Forms 1 to 4 as at 1st March and
Forms 5 to 6 as at 15th August.

Glossary
1 Gross Intake Rate (GIR)
Total number of new entrants in the first grade of pre-primary or primary
education expressed as a percentage of the official school-entrance age
population.
2 Net Intake Rate (NIR)
New entrants in the first grade of pre-primary or primary education who are
of official school-entrance age expressed as a percentage of the official
school entrance age population.
3 Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER)
Total number of pupils/students enrolled in a given level of education
expressed as a percentage of the corresponding school-age population.
4 Net Enrolment Ratio (NER)
School age pupils/students enrolled in a given level of education
expressed as a percentage of corresponding school-age population.
5 Dropout Rate (DR)
Proportion of pupils enrolled in a given grade in given school year who are
no longer enrolled in the following school year.
6 Promotion Rate (PR)
Proportion of pupils enrolled in a given grade in a given school year who
are in the following grade in the next school year.

7 Repetition Rate (RR)


Proportion of pupils enrolled in a given grade in a given school year who
are in the same grade in the following school year.
8 Gender Parity Index (GPI)
Ratio of females to males, that is, the number of females divided by males.
9 Pupil/Student Teacher Ratio (PTR)
Average number of pupils/students per teacher in a given level of
education.
10 Pupil/Student Qualified Teacher Ratio (PQTR)
Average number of pupils/students per qualified teacher in a given level of
education.
11 Survival Rate (SR)
Percentage of pupils/students enrolled in a first grade of a given level of
education who reach final grade of that level.
12 Completion Rate (CR)
Number of pupils/students enrolled in a final grade of a given level of
education expressed as percentage of school-age population of that
grade.
13 Pass Rate (PR)
Number of pupils/students who passed an exam expressed as percentage
of total candidates who sat for the examination.

14 Transition Rate (TR)


Number of pupils/students admitted to the first grade of a higher level of
education in a given year expressed as a percentage of the number of
pupils/students enrolled in the final grade of the lower level of education in
the previous year.
15 Pupil/Student Book Ratio (PBR)
Average number of pupils/students per book.
16 Teacher Attrition Rate
Proportion of teachers who leave the teaching career in a given year.
17 Percentage of New Entrants into Primary Schools with Pre-Primary
Education
New entrants into primary schools who have attended pre-primary
education expressed as percentage of all new entrants.
18 Percentage of Tutors in Teachers Colleges with Relevant
Qualifications
Tutors in Teachers Colleges who have relevant university degrees or
diplomas expressed as percentage of all tutors.
19 Percentage of Female Students
Number of female students expressed as percentage of total number of
students.

20 Percentage Distribution of Teaching Staff by qualification and Sex


Distribution of teachers by qualification expressed as percentage of all
teachers.
21 Percent of Trainees by Type of VET Programme
Number of VET trainees by type of VET programme expressed as percent
of total trainees.
22 Percentage of Female Students Enrolled in Technical and Higher
Learning institutions by Award and Field of Study
Number of female students enrolled in Technical and Higher Learning
institutions expressed as percentage of total enrolment by Award and Field
of Study.
23 Percentage of Students Studying Abroad by Field of Study
Number of students studying abroad by field of study expressed as
percentage of all students studying abroad.
24 Percent Distribution of Higher Education Students provided with
Loans by Sex
Number of higher education students provided with loans expressed as
percentage of all students by sex.
25

MoEVT Budget Allocation as Percentage of Total Government Budget


Budget of MoEVT expressed as percentage of total government budget.

26 Share of Government Budget on Education Sub-Sectors as


Percentage of Total Government Budget on Education Sector
Budget of education sub-sectors expressed as percentage of total
government budget in the education sector.
27 Growth Rate of Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Annual increase of GDP in a year expressed as percentage of the GDP of
the previous year.

6.0 TECHNICAL EDUCATION


Technical Education provide alternative educational and training
opportunities available after ordinary secondary (O-Level) and advanced
secondary (A-Level) education levels, which lead to careers as skilled
workers, technicians and professionals who are able to work in different
sectors of the economy. The focus is on importing necessary knowledge
and skills in order to enable them to contribute to the socio-economic
development of their communities and ultimately to that of the country.

Technical education covers all the post-secondary, non-university and


tertiary education institutions. There are 323 Technical Education
institutions out of which 229 owned by over 22 Ministries Departments
and Agencies (MDAs) while the remaining are owned by private,
community and Faith Based Organizations. The quality control and quality
assurance for is undertaken by the National Council for Technical
Education (NACTE).

SUBMISSION STATUS OF ANNUAL STATISTICAL DATA


In 2013 Registered Technical Institution are 301 of which 260 (86.4%)
submitted their Institutional Data the rest 41 Technical Insitutions did not
respond.

Technical Education
Table 6.1: Total Enrollment of Students in Government and Non-Government Technical Education by Subject
Board and Awards, 2012/13
Certificate

Field of Study

Ordinary Diploma

Advanced
Diploma
M

Post Graduate
Certificate

Post Graduate
Diploma

Agriculture, Natural
Resources and
Environment

4244

3037

7281

1367

644

2011

Business and
Management

8451

9706 18157

6836

6572 13408

21

18

Engineering and
Other Sciences

4904

2573

7477

4596

2029

6625 480 224 704 1053

Health and Allied


Sciences

3564

3887

7451

2407

3367

5774 296 117 413

Planning and
Welfare

6399

8887 15286

3303

4268

7571

83

Bachelor Degree

27

T
6

39 2904 2069

33

F
0

T
0

F
3

T
0

Masters
M

F
0

Grand Total
T

5641

3687

9328

4973 4883 2302 7185 679 410 1089 869 601 1470 24643 21678 46321

123

1176

10

35

11

46

0 11074

4964 16038

7371 13638

94 215 131

91

222

30

12

58 141 2155 2123

4278 121

6267

42 12222 15533 27755

Grand Total

27562 28090 55652 18509 16880 35389 880 417 1297 6139 4321 10460 5010 2400 7410 848 512 1360 899 613 1512 59847 53233 113080

Percentage(%)

46.1 52.8

49

30.9 31.7

31

1 0.8

10.3 8.1

8.4 4.5

1.4 1.0

1.5 1.2

52.9 47.1

Note: In Technical Education most of learners are enrolled under certificate courses which account for 55,652 (49%) of total

enrollment, followed by Ordinary Diploma account for 35,389 (31%) of total enrollment.

100

Technical Education
Table 6.2: Enrollment of Students in Government and Non-Government Technical Education by Award
and Sex , 2012/13
2012/13
Award

Government
M

Grand Total

Non-Government
T

Certificate

20900

20315

41215

6662

7775

14437

27562

28090

55652

Ordinary Diploma

14175

11150

25325

4334

5730

10064

18509

16880

35389

477

173

650

403

244

647

880

417

1297

Bachelor Degree

6045

4233

10278

94

88

182

6139

4321

10460

Post Graduate Certificate

5001

2397

7398

12

5010

2400

7410

Post Graduate Diploma

437

244

681

411

268

679

848

512

1360

Masters

213

120

333

686

493

1179

899

613

1512

47248

38632

85880

12599

14601

27200

59847

Advanced Diploma

Doctorate
Grand Total

53233 113080

Percentage(%)
75.9
24.1
100.0
Note: The government Technical Colleges consitute 75.9% of Total enrollment while that of Non
Government contribute 24.1%.

Technical Education

Table 6.3: Enrollment of Students with Disability in Government and Non-Government Technical Colleges by
Type of Disability and Sex, 2012/13
Albino

Type of Award
M

Certificate

Deaf
F

Mult Impared

Physical Imapared

Visually Impared

7 13 5

7 12 0

13

19

13

Ordinary Diploma

7 10 17 8

3 11 3

26

12

38

10

Advanced Diploma

21

29

Bachelor Degree

10

Post Graduate Diploma

Grand Total

16 23 39 17 10 27 6 10 16

73

31

104

22

10

32

17.4

Mentally Impaired

Percentage(%)

Deaf Blind

12.1

7.1

1.8

0.9

46.4

14.3

Note: Physical impairement is the most common type of disability (46.4%) in Technical Education followed by Albin
(17.4%).

cal Education

overnment and Non-Government Technical Colleges by Award,


bility and Sex, 2012/13
Total
M

32

27

59

51

34

85

37

17

54

15

11

136 88 224

disability (46.4%) in Technical Education followed by Albinism

100.0

Technical Education
Table 6.4: Student Sponsorship in Government and Non-Government Technical Colleges by Award, Source and
Sex, 2012/13
Award

Government Grants

Loan (HESLB)

NGO
F

Grand Total

Certificate

4868

2839

7707

432 369

801 22262 24882 47144 27562 28090 55652

Ordinary Diploma

3184

1323

4507

263 361

624 15062 15196 30258 18509 16880 35389

Advanced Diploma

203

66

269

65

71

21

17

38

591

328

919

880

417

1297

Bachelor Degree

197

99

296

5008

2604

7612

14

929

1609

2538

6139

4321

10460

Post Graduate
Certificate

13

4998

2392

7390

5010

2400

7410

Post Graduate
Diploma

174

79

253

436

82

518

237

351

588

848

512

1360

0
0
162
208
370
0
0
0
737
405 1142 899
613
1512
Doctorate
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Grand Total
4410 13045 5671 2900 8571 725 760 1485 44816 45163 89979 59847 53233 113080
Percentage(%)
11.5
7.6
1.3
79.6
100.0
Note: In 2013, about 79.6% of Students in Technical Education Institutions are privately sponsored followed by Government grants
(11.5%), HESLB (7.6%) and NGOs (1.3%).
Masters

0
0
8635

Private

Technical Education
Table 6.5: Enrollment of Students in Government and Non-Government Technical Education by
Award, Mode of Delivery and Sex, 2012/13
Mode of Delivery
Evening Classes
M
F
T

Full Time
F

1192

1440

2432

1090

2283

Ordinary Diploma 1937

1386

3323

1859

Award
Certificate

Grand Total

Distance Learning
M
F
T

2403

102 3723 3825

2384

7446

9830

82

1777

78

3874

2936

6810

1468 1546

Advanced
Diploma

188

22

210

188

193

17

17

376

44

420

Bachelor Degree

4211

2119

6330

4207

1929

6136

190

194

8422

4238

12660

Post Graduate
Certificate

4520

1969

6489

4520

1969

6489

9040

3938

12978

Post Graduate
Diploma

270

137

407

270

52

322

85

85

540

274

814

Masters

60

59

60

18

40

19

19

120

38

158

Not Stated

35091

34319

69410

Grand Total

12378

7074

19250

12194

6338

17360

Note:

184 5502 5686 59847

53233 113080

The majority of students are enrolled in Full time Programmes followed by Evening Classes and
the least students are in Distance Learning programmes.

Technical Education

Table 6.6: Number of Graduates in Government and Non-Government Technical Education by Field of Study, Award a
Certificate

Field of Study
M

Agriculture

1292 609

Ordinary Diploma

Advanced diploma

Advanced Diploma

Postgraduate
Certificate

Bachelor

Postgraduate Diploma

Masters

Doctora

1901

17

21

498

212

710

60

68

Education

95

220

315

33

35

68

37

38

75

Engineering,
Manufacturing and
Construction

47

28

75

787

91

878

383

39

422

Health and Welfare

912 1294 2206 163

752 1486 0

471

10

13

16

Science

808

632

1440 290

81

Services

371

171

542

Humanities and Arts

97

260 734
0

371 998
0

137

346 1344 30 14 44 256 215


32

169 14

14

Social Sciences,
Business and Law

5175 6830 12005 475 360 835 2059 2261 4320 170 121 291 808 1150 1958 218 157 375 391 108 499 269 191 460 43

Grand Total

8700 9784

Percentage(%)

Note:

54.8

18484

945

542

26.6

1487 5246

3729

4.4

8975 221 137 358 1484 1442 2926 284 169 453 391

1.1

8.7

1.4

108

0.2

499

282

194

476

1.3

The percentage of gradutes is highest in Certifiicate (54.6%) followed by Ordinary Diploma (26.7%) and the least is Advanced Diploma (1.1%).

43

1.5

cal Education

rnment Technical Education by Field of Study, Award and Sex, 2012/13

ary Diploma (26.7%) and the least is Advanced Diploma (1.1%).

Doctorate

Grand Total

0 1867 833 2700

0 1224 160 1384

0 1809 2143 3952

0 2401 1295 3696

165

522

293

203

458

725

15 58 9608 11193 20801


15

1.5

58 17596 16120 33716

100.0

Technical Education
Table 6.7: Academic Staff in Government and Non-Government Technical Education by Qualification, Subject
Board and Sex, 2012/13
AWARD/
QUALIFICATION

Business and
Management

Agriculture, Natural resources


and Environment

Engineering and Other


Sciences

Health and Allied


Sciences

Grand Total

Planning and Welfare

Certificate

11

17

13

30

32

19

51

Ordinary
Diploma

16

18

11

17

17

26

23

10

33

58

12

70

125

39

164

Higher Diploma

16

11

18

Advanced
Diploma

37

15

52

12

15

59

20

79

Bachelor

41

14

55

14

51

27

78

59

30

89

78

38

116 238

114

352

Post Graduate
Certificate

Post Graduate
Diploma

12

15

13

28

15 44 123 35 158 23 18 41 42 17 59 268


19 48 1
1
2
2
1
3 41 12 53 79
45 125 208 77 285 157 81 238 261 105 366 829

102
36
353

370
115
1182

Masters
Doctorate

Grand Total

51 17 68 29
6
3
9 29
123 45 168 80

Technical Education
Table 6.8: Academic Staff Attrition in Government and Non-Government Technical
Education by Qualification, Reason and Sex, 2012/13
Reasons
Death

Qualification

Below Form 4
Form 4
Form 6
Basic Certificate
Certificate
Ordinary Diploma
Advanced Diploma
Bachelor
Post Graduate Certificate
Post Graduate Diploma
Masters
Doctorate
Grand Total
Percentage(%)

Employed Elsewhere

2
0
0
0
2
5
1
0
0
0
4
0
14

0
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
4

2
0
1
0
2
6
2
1
0
0
4
0
18
6.3

0 0 0
1 6 7
1 4 5
0 1 1
0 6 6
7 8 15
7 4 11
38 23 61
3 0 3
6 1 7
20 3 23
1 1 2
84 57 141
49.5

Long Illness
M

0
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
6
0
9

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
2

0
0
0
0
1
0
2
1
0
0
7
0
11
3.9

Retired
M

6 0
3 3
1 0
0 0
3 0
16 2
13 8
8 1
0 0
1 0
18 3
0 0
69 17

Grand Total

Termination
T

6
6
1
0
3
18
21
9
0
1
21
0
86
30.2

2
0
0
0
0
4
1
11
0
0
6
0
24

0
0
0
0
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
5

2
0
0
0
1
5
3
12
0
0
6
0
29
10.2

10
4
2
0
6
32
24
57
3
7
54
1
200

0 10
9 13
5
7
1
1
7 13
12 44
15 39
27 84
0
3
1
8
7 61
1
2
85 285
100.0

Note: Employment elsewhere accounted for (48.4%) while retirement accounted for 30.7% of staff
attrition followed by termination (10.5%).

Technical Education
Table 6.9: Revenue in Government and Non-Government Technical Education by Subject Board and
Source, 2012/13
Subject Board

Central
Government

Development
Partners

Local Government

Own generated
revenues

Others

Student Fees

Grand Total

Agriculture, Natural resources


and Environment

11,768,945,810

1,159,835,107

389,052,841

2,352,270,153

5,924,699,474

8,622,865,039

30,217,668,424

Business and Management

23,727,228,497

127,484,800

12,266,268,703

6,399,288,090

8,067,441,788

247,654,316,380

298,242,028,258

Engineering and Other


Sciences

16,196,717,680

2,356,866,119

107,519,808

1,774,339,149

939,499,870

50,430,603,657

71,805,546,283

6,044,066,331

2,858,503,216

94,738,320

536,240,714

2,236,339,140

18,011,393,787

29,781,281,508

Planning and Welfare

23,936,724,571

6,089,144,419

5,000,000

3,684,491,770

5,664,922,846

17,626,035,358

57,006,318,964

Grand Total

81,673,682,889

12,591,833,661

12,862,579,672

14,746,629,876

22,832,903,118

342,345,214,221

487,052,843,436

16.8

2.6

2.6

3.0

4.7

70.3

Health and Allied Sciences

Percentage (%)

100.0

Note: The main sources of revenue in Technical education are student fees (70.3%) and central Government (16.8%). Local
Government and Development partners provide 2.6% of the total.

7.0 FOLK AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Vocational Education and Training (VET) institutions both private and


public offers programs which provide relevant knowledge, practical skills
and attitudes for gainful employment in a particular trade or occupational
area for social economic development.

The quality control and quality assurance for VET programs is


undertaken by the Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA).

SUBMISSION STATUS OF ANNUAL STATISTICAL DATA


In 2012, a total of 759 Institutions were registered under VETA. All
Institutions submitted their Annual Statistical Data.

Folk and Vocational Education and Training

Table 7.1: Enrollment in Folk and Vocational Educational and Training by Region and Sex,
2008

Region

2009

Arusha

1390

1503

2893

1390

1503

Dar es Salaam

7108

7514 14622

7108

7514

Dodoma
Iringa
Kagera
Kigoma

815
1893
3156
1030
3648
1092
1114
1158
3774
3996
1481
2459

552
1317
2706
488
1037
896
988
792
2636
4452
951
3028

1367
3210
5862
1518
4685
1988
2102
1950
6410
8448
2432
5487

815
1893
3156
1030
3648
1092
1114
1158
3774
3996
1481
2459

552
1317
2706
488
1037
896
988
792
2636
4452
951
3028

531
498
2110

623
361
902

1154
859
3012

531
498
2110

623
361
902

Kilimanjaro

Lindi
Manyara
Mara
Mbeya
Morogoro
Mtwara
Mwanza
Njombe
Pwani
Rukwa
Ruvuma

2011

2010
T

2893
14622
1367
3210
5862
1518
4685
1988
2102
1950
6410
8448
2432
5487

3681 3838
16489 19682

1320
2538
3847
907
4012
234
633
757
2353
2167
696
3372

1256
1776
3726
411
5072
137
403
799
1403
1013
431
4432

1154 1056
859 453
3012 1642

643
257
872

Total
T

Grand
Total

7519 9416 9705 19121


36171 16818 19910 36728
2576 1202
892 2094
4314 2973 2099 5072
7573 2243 1220 3463
1318 1171
593 1764
9084 8957 7458 16415
371
231
184
415
1036
693
697 1390
1556 1544 1199 2743
3756 3442 1603 5045
3180 2592 1529 4121
1127
758
395 1153
7804 2814 3153 5967
1699
710
2514

1131
828
2292

758
429
1211

FDC
F

22

15

141

56

69
38
325
180
447
74
77
227
71
103
303
280

87
39
221
141
269
26
46
105
61
62
63
157

V
M

37
197
156
77
546
321
716
100
123
332
132
165
366
437

14583
21790

2647
782
3306
2022
6521
465
1835
1542
2967
1938
827
3434
313
1889 1289 520 1809 763
1257
45 24
69 506
3503 287 170 457 1174

Shinyanga

Singida
Tabora
Tanga
Grand Total

Percentage

998
367
480
1206

428
281
515
664

1426
648
995
1870

998
367
480
1206

428
281
515
664

40304 32634 72938 40304 32634


55.3

44.7 100.0

55.3

44.7

1426 1233 1183


648 439 412
995 1545 1170
1870 2653 1274

2416
851
2715
3927

1054
544
1038
2758

1089
406
610
1709

2143
950
1648
4467

324
247
273
429

258
188
314
196

582 1433
435 606
587 750
625 2917

72938 52027 50190 102217 64499 56849 121348 5251 3018 8269 73121
100.0

50.9

49.1

100.0

53.2

46.8

100.0

63.5 36.5 100.0

Note: Enrollment in Vocational insitutions increased from 121,348 in 2011 to 145,511 in 2012 by 19.91%.

53.3

al Education and Training

ducational and Training by Region and Sex, 2008 - 2012


2012
VTC
F
12701

22967

1789
761
1986
966
7832
422
1286
1087
1483
1265
792
3266
163
820
257
953

Total
M
F
27284 14605 12716

44757
4436
1543
5292
2988
14353
887
3121
2629
4450
3203
1619
6700
476
1583
763
2127

21931 23023

2716
820
3631
2202
6968
539
1912
1769
3038
2041
1130
3714
313
2052
551
1461

1876
800
2207
1107
8101
448
1332
1192
1544
1327
855
3423
163
1340
281
1123

Grand
Total

27321
44954
4592
1620
5838
3309
15069
987
3244
2961
4582
3368
1985
7137
476
3392
832
2584

11 to 145,511 in 2012 by 19.91%.

626
195
334
2170

2059 1757 884


801 853 383
1084 1023 648
5087 3346 2366

2641
1236
1671
5712

64121 137242 78372 67139 145511


46.7

100.0

53.9

46.1

100.0

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Chart 7.1: Enrolment Trend in Folk and Vocational Education Training by Sex, 2008 - 2012
160,000

140,000

120,000

100,000

80,000

60,000

40,000

20,000

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

100,000

80,000

60,000

40,000

20,000

2008

2009

2010

Note: There is an increase of enrollment from 2008 to 2012 by 121.15%.

2011

2012

ational Education and Training

olk and Vocational Education Training by Sex, 2008 - 2012

2010

2011

2012

2010

08 to 2012 by 121.15%.

2011

2012

Folk and Vocational Education and Tr

Table 7.2: Enrollment in Folk and Vocational Education and Training by Field o
Field of
Study

PROGRAMME
Sex
M

Agriculture

F
T
M

Automotive

F
T
M

Business
Adminstration

F
T
M

Clothing and
Textiles

F
T
M

Construction

F
T
M

Electrical

F
T
M

General Subjects

F
T
M

Hospitality and
Tourism

F
T
M

ICT

F
T
M

Laboratory
Technology

F
T

Long Course
(Outreach)

59
49
108
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Long Course
Above Year 2

Long Course Long Course


Level 1 Year 1 Level 1 Year 2

150
709
150
845
300 1,554
1,146 3,639
128
417
1,274 4,056
1 1,917
139 4,639
140 6,556
21
233
78 2,456
99 2,689
152 2,362
24
374
176 2,736
126 2,161
52
565
178 2,726
216 1,144
413 2,001
629 3,145
94 3,729
396 7,136
490 10,865
1,420 3,261
1,604 2,868
3,024 6,129
0
26
0
51
0
77

313
309
622
1,806
318
2,124
323
1,401
1,724
142
2,401
2,543
1,653
172
1,825
1,389
156
1,545
315
517
832
209
1,043
1,252
193
158
351
4
18
22

Long Course
Level 2

22
25
47
1,620
87
1,707
410
1,515
1,925
128
1,121
1,249
1,015
119
1,134
976
215
1,191
0
0
0
497
1,058
1,555
695
474
1,169
18
22
40

Long Course
Level 3

83
94
177
495
62
557
56
445
501
52
312
364
507
27
534
441
99
540
16
11
27
252
808
1,060
141
196
337
2
8
10

Long Course
Year 1

49
81
130
373
7
380
29
145
174
74
378
452
379
15
394
252
39
291
0
0
0
258
695
953
135
257
392
0
0
0

M
F

Mechanical

T
M
F

Mining

T
M

Pedagogy/Ahdro
gogy/Training of
trainers

F
T
M
F

Printing

T
M
F
T

Grand Total

% Female

NOTE:

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

11
1
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2

880
153
1,033
62
91
153
198
177
375
609
472
1,081

584
51
635
7
7
14
90
110
200
0
0
0

242
31
273
0
18
18
0
0
0
0
0
0

119
10
129
16
11
27
0
0
0
0
0
0

29
6
35
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

59
49
108
45.4

3,338
2,986
6,324

20,930
22,245
43,175

7,028
6,661
13,689

5,623
4,685
10,308

2,180
2,083
4,263

1,578
1,623
3,201

47.2

51.5

48.7

45.5

48.9

50.7

Enrolment of Female students in Folk and Vocational Training in 2012 was


to 2011 (46.8%).

al Education and Training

ion and Training by Field of Study, Programme and Sex, 2012


PROGRAMME
Long Course
Short Course (In- Short Course
Short Course
Year 2
centre)
(Outreach)

151
182
333
359
20
379
0
46
46
63
629
692
504
7
511
469
79
548
770
326
1,096
10
130
140
6
2
8
0
0
0

558
349
907
16,525
3,792
20,317
643
1,460
2,103
103
667
770
500
363
863
237
24
261
4,612
5,237
9,849
723
1,494
2,217
9,830
10,837
20,667
2
86
88

65
40
105
215
28
243
45
50
95
20
149
169
181
51
232
32
5
37
187
125
312
40
80
120
181
291
472
0
0
0

52
65
117
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
8
103
0
103
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Grand
Total

2,211
2,189
4,400
26,178
4,859
31,037
3,424
9,840
13,264
836
8,199
9,035
7,356
1,152
8,508
6,083
1,234
7,317
7,260
8,630
15,890
5,812
12,840
18,652
15,862
16,687
32,549
52
185
237

64
1
65
130
31
161
0
0
0
0
0
0

84
10
94
172
63
235
0
0
0
0
80
80

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2,013
263
2,276
387
221
608
288
287
575
610
553
1,163

2,526
1,453
3,979

33,989
24,462
58,451

966
819
1,785

155
73
228

78,372
67,139
145,511

36.5

41.9

45.9

32.0

46.1

cational Training in 2012 was (46.1%) slightly decreasing compared

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Table 7.3: Number of Folk and Vocational Education and Training Centres and
Enrollment of Trainees by Region and Sex, 2012
Region

Number of
Centres
FDC VTC Total

Arusha
Dar es Salaam

Dodoma
Iringa
Kagera
Kigoma
Kilimanjaro
Lindi
Manyara
Mara
Mbeya
Morogoro
Mtwara
Mwanza
Njombe
Pwani
Rukwa
Ruvuma
Shinyanga
Singida

2 91 93
2 130 132
2 24 26
1 35 36
3 36 39
3
8 11
3 64 67
2 19 21
1 16 17
3 16 19
2 36 38
4 32 36
3 24 27
3 34 37
3
2
3
4
2

21
12
27
14
12

FDC
F

22
141
69
38
325
180
447
74
77
227
71
103
303
280

15
56
87
39
221
141
269
26
46
105
61
62
63
157

24 1289
14
45
30 287
18 324
14 247

520
24
170
258
188

Enrollment
VTC
F
T

37 14583 12701
197 21790 22967
156 2647 1789
77
782
761
546 3306 1986
321 2022
966
716 6521 7832
100
465
422
123 1835 1286
332 1542 1087
132 2967 1483
165 1938 1265
366
827
792
437 3434 3266
313
163
1809
763
820
69
506
257
457 1174
953
582 1433
626
435
606
195

Total
F

27284 14605 12716 27321


44757 21931 23023 44954
4436 2716 1876 4592
1543
820
800 1620
5292 3631 2207 5838
2988 2202 1107 3309
14353 6968 8101 15069
887
539
448
987
3121 1912 1332 3244
2629 1769 1192 2961
4450 3038 1544 4582
3203 2041 1327 3368
1619 1130
855 1985
6700 3714 3423 7137
476
313
163
476
1583 2052 1340 3392
763
551
281
832
2127 1461 1123 2584
2059 1757
884 2641
801
853
383 1236

Tabora
4
9 13 273 314 587
750
334
1084 1023
648 1671
Tanga
4 43 47 429 196 625 2917 2170
5087 3346 2366 5712
Grand Total
56 703 759 5251 3018 8269 73121 64121 137242 78372 67139 145511
Percentage 7.4 92.6 100
6.7 4.5 5.7 93.3 95.5
94.3 53.9 46.1
100
Note: There are 56 FDCs and 703 VTCs enrolling 145,511 trainees. Their distribution among Regions is
uneven with Dar Es Salaam Region having 132 centres and Kigoma Region having only 11 centres.
Dar Es Salaam enrolled more trainee and Lindi enrolled the lowest trainee.

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Table 7.4: Number of Graduates in Folk and Vocational Education and Training by Field of Study, Mode of
Field of Study
Agriculture and Food
Processing

Apprenticeship
Distance
M
F
T
M
F
T

Full Time
M
F
T

Part Time
M
F

81

54

135

1,436

1,663

3,099

618

395

720
Business Administration 12
Clothing and Textiles
28
Construction
362
Electrical
308
General Subjects
267
Hospitality and Tourism 328
ICT
401
Lab Technology
0
Mechanical
178
Mining
0

124
113
263
181
143
349
789
356
0
60
0

844
125
291
543
451
616
1,117
757
0
238
0

677
51
2
70
50
0
0
95
0
4
0

17
164
20
5
17
0
48
289
0
0

694
215
22
75
67
0
48
384
0
4
0

11,392
2,227
528
4,636
4,024
3,918
4,584
5,710
48
1,475
318

2,232
6,733
5,466
376
762
4,293
9,634
5,860
100
147
132

13,624
8,960
5,994
5,012
4,786
8,211
14,218
11,570
148
1,622
450

11,134
940
145
776
633
2,116
432
6,888
2
144
45

2,224
1,899
737
392
94
2,458
1,171
9,097
86
17
39

Auto Motive

Pedagogy/Andragogy/Train
ing of trainers

98

61

159

90

110

Printing

548

428

976

80

Grand Total

2,685 2,432 5,117

949

560

1,509 40,942 37,887 78,829 23,963 18,799

Note: The number of Folk and VET graduates increased from 110,014 in 2011 to 128,217 by 16.55% in 2012.

nal Education and Training

ducation and Training by Field of Study, Mode of Delivery and Sex, 2012
Part Time
T

Total
F

1,013

2,135

2,112

4,247

13,358 23,923 4,597


2,839 3,230 8,909
882
703
6,486
1,168 5,844
954
727
5,015 1,016
4,574 6,301 7,100
1,603 5,344 11,642
15,985 13,094 15,602
88
50
186
161
1,801
224
84
363
171

28,520
12,139
7,189
6,798
6,031
13,401
16,986
28,696
236
2,025
534

200

188

171

359

80

548

508

1056

,014 in 2011 to 128,217 by 16.55% in 2012.

42,762 68,539 59,678 128,217

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Table 7.5: Number of Graduates in Folk and Vocational Education and
Training by Sex and Region, 2012
Region

FDC
F

VTC
F

Total Graduates
M
F
T

Arusha

20

15

35 14320 12392

26712 14340 12407

26747

Dar es Salaam

81

54

135 17207 18927

36134 17288 18981

36269

Dodoma

69

83

152

2645

1782

4427

2714

1865

4579

Iringa

34

23

57

325

429

754

359

452

811

Kagera

287

195

482

2857

1900

4757

3144

2095

5239

Kigoma

173

133

306

2019

951

2970

2192

1084

3276

Kilimanjaro

433

262

695

6124

7649

13773

6557

7911

14468

Lindi

33

22

55

410

371

781

443

393

836

Manyara

77

46

123

1480

1084

2564

1557

1130

2687

Mara

195

85

280

1280

977

2257

1475

1062

2537

Mbeya

65

70

135

2574

1329

3903

2639

1399

4038

Morogoro

91

48

139

1721

1140

2861

1812

1188

3000

Mtwara

146

32

178

738

668

1406

884

700

1584

Mwanza

253

135

388

3284

3015

6299

3537

3150

6687

121

36

157

121

36

157

601

698

1299

1595

1083

2678

Njombe
Pwani

994

Rukwa

14

13

27

372

211

583

386

224

610

Ruvuma

209

154

363

685

401

1086

894

555

1449

Shinyanga

310

244

554

1381

587

1968

1691

831

2522

Singida

156

75

231

535

172

707

691

247

938

Tabora

269

313

582

670

259

929

939

572

1511

Tanga

420

193

613

2861

2120

4981

3281

2313

5594

Grand Total

385 1379

4329 2580 6909 64210 57098 121308 68539 59678 128217

Note: There are a notable variations in the number of Folk and VET
Graduates ranging from 36,269 in Dar es Salaam Region to only 157
in Njombe Region.

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Table 7.6: Trend in Enrollment and Number of Graduates in Folk and
Vocational Educational and Training Centres by Sex, 2008 - 2012
Number of VET Trainees
Year
M

Enrolled
F

Graduates
F

2008
36152
29646
65798
31787
24222
56009
2009
40304
32634
72938
32450
21735
54185
2010
52027
50190
102217
38962
39170
78132
2011
64499
56849
121348
58778
51236
110014
2012
78372
67139
145511
68,539
59,678
128217
Note: While enrollment in VET Insitutions increased from 65,798 in 2008 to 145,511

(121.15%) in 2012, gradutes increased from 56,009 to 128,217 (128.92%) during


the same period.

Chart 7.2: Enrollment Trend and Number of Graduates in Folk and Vocational
Education and Training, 2008 - 2012
160,000
140,000
120,000
100,000
80,000
TOTAL ENROLLED
& GRADUATES
60,000
40,000
20,000
2008

2009

2010

52

2011

2012

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Table 7.7: Enrollment in Folk and Vocational Education and Training by
Region, Type of Disability and Sex, 2012
Region
Arusha

Type of Disability

Male

Female

Total

Albino
Physical

0
10
10
7
1
2
0
10
1
2
0
0
1
2
4
7
1
1
0
0
0
15
15
1
1
2
2

2
14
16
1
0
0
1
2
2
3
1
1
6
6
10
22
0
0
7
3
8
21
39
0
0
0
0

2
24
26
8
1
2
1
12
3
5
1
1
7
8
14
29
1
1
7
3
8
36
54
1
1
2
2

Arusha Total

Albino
Blind
Deaf
Physical

Dar es
Salaam

Dar Es Salaam Total


Dodoma
Iringa

Albino
Physical
Autism

Iringa Total
Kagera

Albino
Multiple
Physical

Kagera Total
Kigoma

Physical
Kigoma Total

Albino
Deaf-Blind
Kilimanjaro
Mental
Physical
Kilimanjaro Total
Lindi

Mental
Lindi Total

Manyara

Physical
Manyara Total

Region
Mara

Type of Disability

Albino
Multiple
Physical
Mara Total

Mbeya

Deaf
Mbeya Total

Male

Female

Total

1
4
0
5
1
1

0
3
1
4
0
0

1
7
1
9
1
1

Region

Type of Disability

Male

Female

Total

Table 7.7: Enrollment of Disability Cont...


Morogoro

Deaf
Mental

Morogoro Total

Mtwara

Deaf-Blind
Mental
Physical

Mtwara Total

Albino
Mwanza

Multiple
Physical

Mwanza Total

Deaf

Njombe

Njombe Total

Autism
Physical

Rukwa

Rukwa Total

Physical

Ruvuma

Ruvuma Total

Shinyanga

Albino
Deaf
Mental
Physical

Shinyanga Total

Albino
Blind
Singida

1
5
6
1
2
2
5
0

0
6
6
0
0
0
0
3

1
11
12
1
2
2
5
3

4
8
12
0
0
1
0
1
3
3
0
1
0
4
5
5
2

1
11
15
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
3
1
0

5
19
27
1
1
1
1
2
4
4
1
1
1
5
8
6
2

Region

Type of Disability

Male

Female

Total

Deaf
Mental
Physical

Note Stated

14
1
2
24
5
1
6
198

20
0
0
21
13
1
14
186

34
1
2
45
18
2
20
384

Grand Total

315

337

652

Singida

Singida Total
Tabora

Deaf
Physical

Tabaora Total

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Table 7.8: Number of Trainees in Government and Non-Government FDCs and VET Institutions by Region,
Entry Qualification and Sex, 2012
Table 7.8(A): Number of Trainees Enrolled in Folk Development Colleges, 2012
Education Level
Below Std VII
Std VII
Form IV
Form 6 and above
Region
M
F
T
M
F
T
M
F
T
M
F
T

Arusha
Dar es Salaam

Dodoma
Iringa
Kagera
Kigoma
Kilimanjaro
Lindi
Manyara
Mara
Mbeya
Morogoro
Mtwara
Mwanza
Pwani
Rukwa
Ruvuma
Shinyanga
Singida

0
20
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
15
0
2
0
0
0
0
38
0

0
20
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
36
0

0
40
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
20
0
2
0
0
0
0
74
0

7
115
17
24
265
52
114
44
52
178
37
66
180
177
130
44
75
127
193

4
35
47
32
171
22
96
22
16
73
50
44
36
120
58
24
14
150
174

11
15
150
6
64
52
56
14
436
60
74 127
210 333
66
30
68
25
251
49
87
19
110
37
216 121
297
97
188 1159
68
1
89 212
277 159
367
53

11
26
1
7
40
92
7
21
50 110
116 243
173 506
4
34
30
55
32
81
6
25
18
55
27 148
37 134
462 1621
0
1
156 368
72 231
14
67

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Grand Total
M

0
22
0 141
0
69
0
38
0 325
0 180
0 447
0
74
0
77
0 227
0
71
0 103
0 303
6 280
0 1289
0
45
0 287
0 324
1 247

15
56
87
39
221
141
269
26
46
105
61
62
63
157
520
24
170
258
188

37
197
156
77
546
321
716
100
123
332
132
165
366
437
1809
69
457
582
435

Tabora
Tanga
Grand Total

0
0
76

0
0
64

0 102
84 186 171 230 401
0 117
47 164 312 149 461
140 2116 1319 3435 3052 1635 4687

0
0
7

0
0
0

0 273 314
0 429 196
7 5251 3018

587
625
8269

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Table 7.8(B): Number of Trainees Enrolled in Vocational Education and Training Centres, 2012
Region
Arusha
Dar es Salaam

Dodoma
Iringa
Kagera
Kigoma
Kilimanjaro
Lindi
Manyara
Mara
Mbeya
Morogoro
Mtwara
Mwanza
Pwani
Rukwa
Ruvuma
Shinyanga
Singida
Tabora

Education Level
Below Std VII
M
F
T

261
2489
2
0
6
0
40
0
0
3
3
105
0
8
0
85
0
0
25
0

3657
4975
1232
448
1906
563
2008
325
358
528
472
786
408
1394
188
189
184
391
670
219

350
2598
23
0
2
0
57
0
2
0
2
20
0
4
0
47
0
2
0
0

611
5087
25
0
8
0
97
0
2
3
5
125
0
12
0
132
0
2
25
0

Std VII
F

Form IV
F

Form 6 and above


M
F
T

2307 5964 8596 8221 16817 2069 1823


5360 10335 11584 12537 24121 2742 2472
661 1893 1397 1084 2481 16
21
424 872 326 334 660
8
3
969 2875 1228 809 2037 166 206
122 685 1459 844 2303
0
0
1642 3650 4216 5830 10046 257 303
247 572 140 175 315
0
0
192 550 1451 1067 2518 26
25
352 880 859 599 1458 152 136
382 854 2166 943 3109 326 156
468 1254 981 762 1743 66
15
302 710 419 490 909
0
0
705 2099 1902 2171 4073 130 386
124 312 124
39 163
1
0
190 379 391 486 877 98
97
68 252 320 181 501
2
8
410 801 780 539 1319
3
2
363 1033 730 263 993
8
0
76 295 384
119 503
3
0

Grand Total
M

3892 14583 12701


5214 21790 22967
37 2647 1789
11 782 761
372 3306 1986
0 2022 966
560 6521 7832
0 465 422
51 1835 1286
288 1542 1087
482 2967 1483
81 1938 1265
0 827 792
516 3434 3266
1 313 163
195 763 820
10 506 257
5 1174 953
8 1433 626
3 606 195

27284
44757
4436
1543
5292
2988
14353
887
3121
2629
4450
3203
1619
6700
476
1583
763
2127
2059
801

Tanga
Tanga
Grand Total

0
112
3139

0
179
3286

0 390
95 485 360 239 599
0
0
0 750 334
1084
291 1022 817 1839 1749 1152 2901 34
22
56 2917 2170
5087
6425 22313 16276 38589 41562 38884 80446 6107 5675 11782 73121 64121 137242

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Table 7.9: Number of Folk and Vocational Education and Training
Centres by Region and Location, 2012
Region
Arusha
Dar es Salaam
Dodoma
Iringa
Kagera
Kigoma
Kilimanjaro
Lindi
Manyara
Mara
Mbeya
Morogoro
Mtwara
Mwanza
Pwani
Rukwa
Ruvuma
Shinyanga
Singida
Tabora
Tanga

Location
Rural

Urban

33
4
7
24
19
2
37
12
8
3
6
18
13
7
9
8
19
5
5
3
19
261

60
128
19
12
20
9
30
9
9
16
32
18
14
30
15
6
11
13
9
10
28
498

Grand Total

93
132
26
36
39
11
67
21
17
19
38
36
27
37
24
14
30
18
14
13
47
759

Grand Total
Note: Number of FDCs and VTCs (498 or 65.6%) is
higher in urban areas as compared to 261 or
34.4% FDCs and VTCs in rural areas.

Folk and Vocational Education and Training


Table 7.10: Trend in Folk and Vocational Education and Training Institutions by
Ownership, 2010 - 2012
Owner

2009/2010
2010/2011
2011/2012
Percentage

Central
Government

Local Government

VETA

Civil Society Organisations


(CSOs)

Faith-Based Organisations
(FBOs)

Private
Companies

Private
Individuals

Grand Total

82
85
87
11.5

46
55
59
7.8

21
24
27
3.6

81
87
83
10.9

207
227
223
29.4

73
80
79
10.4

162
192
201
26.5

672
750
759
100.0

Chart 7.2: Number of Folk and VET Institutions by Ownership, 2012


30.0

% of Institutions by Owenership
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0

Owner

8.0 HIGHER EDUCATION


Higher Education is provided in Tanzania after completion of A-Level
Secondary School Education or its equivalent for award of degrees and
other equivalent certificates. Courses provided in Higher Education are of
three or more years. The aim of higher education in the country is to
enable Tanzanian citizens or youth become well educated,
knowledgeable and well versed with perspectives, skills and
developments in social, economic, cultural, scientific and technological
fields. Higher education enables youth and all people in any cadre face
the challenges of development that require immediate and long
resolutions, especially, in the eradication of poverty individually and at
national level.

SUBMISSION STATUS OF ANNUAL STATISTICAL DATA


Only 42 (91%) out of 46 University and university collegies
submitted their institution's annual statistical data for the year
2012/2013

Higher Education

Table 8.1a: Enrollment in Government and Non-Government Universities and Uni


Programme of Award, Sex and Name of Institution
Name of
Institutions

AKU
AMUCO-TBORA

ARU
CUHAS
DUCE
ETU
HKMU
IMTU
IUCO
JKUAT
JUCO
JOKUCO
KCMC
KIU
MMU
MU
MUCCOBS
MUCO
MUCE
MUHAS
MUM
MUST
MWUCE
NMAIST
OUT
RUCO
SAUT
SEKUCO
SFUCHAS
SJCOAST
SJCET
SJCOIT
SJCOMF
SJUT
SMMUC
SMMUCO
SUA

Bachelor

6
197
2566
573
2077
450
71
504
1633
15
1282
276
857
158
605
2652
1148
2045
1609
1079
1670
766
1182
0
25714
2752
5940
833
226
110
1414
553
19
1562
1665
146
4066

25
91
1143
278
1283
223
54
280
1157
9
683
104
602
71
382
2256
859
975
959
492
1050
78
660
0
9275
1125
6664
484
83
56
239
120
3
1492
793
42
1903

Post Graduate Certificate

31
288
3709
851
3360
673
125
784
2790
24
1965
380
1459
229
987
4908
2007
3020
2568
1571
2720
844
1842
0
34989
3877
12604
1317
309
166
1653
673
22
3054
2458
2458
5969

Post Graduate Diploma

0
0
0
0
28
0
0
15
0
0
0
0

39
0
5
0
0
0
0
7
15
8
0
0

Masters

26
0
1
0
0
0
0
8
13
11
0
0

65
0
6
0
0
0
0
15
28
19
0
0

0
0
123
39
0
0
2
20
113
0
0
0

0
0
18
24
0
0
1
13
111
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
15
0
0
7
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
13
0
0
8
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
43
27
0
0
0
0 1130 781
0 13
7 20
56
32
0
0
0
0
51
42
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 312 160
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
23
0
0
0
0 113
31
0 1231 446 1677 4757 1720
0
0
0
0 168
86
0
7
4 11 370 237
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
11

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xxx
xxx

6 1055

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xxx
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454

92
4111
891
9
644
8630
8654
1378
142
673

SUZA
TEKU
TURDACO
UAUT
UCEZ
UDOM
UDSM
UoA
UoB
ZU
Grand Total

116
2433
897
0
763
4715
5019
1099
87
625

208 0
0 0
0
0
0
0
0
6544 0
0 0 23
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68
63
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9 0
0 0
0
0
0
0
0
1407 0
0 0
0
0
0
0
0
13345 0
0 0 37 19 56 528 249
13673 0
0 0
0
0
0 626 402
2477 0
0 0 10
2 12
63
17
229 0
0 0
0
0
0
21
11
1298 0
0 0
0
0
0
55
34

93645 51747 145392

22

35.6

% of Female

21
48.8

43 1399 547 1946 9750 4547


28.1

31.8

Note: The participation of female students in Degree Courses in Government and


Colleges is 57,129 (35.2%) in 2012/13.
xxx

Not Submitted

Education

ent Universities and University Colleges for Degree Courses by


and Name of Institution, 2012/13
Masters

Doctorate

0
0
141
63
0
0
3
33
224
0
0
0

0
0
30
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL

0 0
0 0
18 48
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0

xxx xxx xxx xxx


0 0
70 0
1911 14
88 6
93 2
0 0
472 20
0 0
0 0
49 0
144 53
6477 169
254 0
607 14
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
22 0

0
0
6
4
1
0
10
0
0
0
12
39
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
20
10
3
0
30
0
0
0
65
208
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

xxx xxx xxx xxx


xxx xxx xxx xxx

1509 185 131 316

45
51
197
91
2724 1180
612
302
2092 1296
450
223
73
55
538
309
1761 1281
23
20
1282
683
276
104
857
602
158
71
648
409
3796 3043
1223
902
2098 1018
1609
959
1411
662
1670 1050
766
78
1208
683
166
43
31871 11480
2920 1211
6331 6908
833
484
226
83
110
56
1414
239
553
120
19
3
1573 1503
1665
793
146
42
5310 2490

96
288
3904
914
3388
673
128
847
3042
43
1965
380
1459
229
1057
6839
2125
3116
2568
2073
2720
844
1891
209
43351
4131
13239
1317
309
166
1653
673
22
3076
2458
188
7800

0
131

7
0

0
0
777
1028
80
32
89

0
0
30
35
0
0
0

0
0

7
0

xxx xxx xxx xxx

0 0
0 0
20 50
23 58
0 0
0 0
0 0

99
4202
891
9
644
9225
9315
1451
163
728

116
2504
897
0
763
5003
5444
1118
98
659

215
6706
1788
9
1407
14228
14759
2569
261
1387

14297 565 267 832 105381 57129 162510


32.1

35.2

urses in Government and Non-Goverment Universities and University

Higher Education

Table 8.1b: Enrollment in Government and Non-Government Universities and University Co


Cources by Institution, Award and Sex, 2012/13
Name of
Institutions

AKU
AMUCO-TABORA

ARU
CUHAS
DUCE
ETU
HKMU
IMTU
IUCO
JKUAT
JUCO
JOKUCO
KCMC
KIU
MMU
MU
MUCCOBS
MUCE
MUCO
MUHAS
MUM
MUST
MWUCE
NMAIST
OUT
RUCO
SAUT
SEKUCO
SFUCHAS

Certificate

Ordinary Diploma

0
XXX
0
0
0
56
0
0
96
34
83
0
0
712
36
225
519
0
10
0
0
1429
20
0
9423
253
343
37
0

0
0
XXX XXX
0
0
0
0
0
0
46
102
0
0
0
0
105
201
25
59
96
179
0
0
0
0
592 1304
28
64
258
483
420
939
0
0
12
22
1
1
0
0
371 1800
20
40
0
0
5233 14656
212
465
254
597
29
66
0
0

Advanced/ Higher Diploma

0
XXX
8
233
0
141
0
4
481
76
100
0
0
752
361
288
774
0
24
563
0
450
26
0
2194
392
0
0
0

0
XXX
1
136
0
213
0
137
537
48
110
0
0
553
212
234
646
0
29
412
0
60
16
0
1659
323
0
0
0

0 0
0 0
XXX XXX XXX XXX
9 0
0 0
369 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
354 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
141 0
0 0
1018 0
0 0
124 0
0 0
210 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
1305 35
20 55
573 0
0 0
522 0
0 0
1420 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
53 0
0 0
975 13
7 20
0 0
0 0
510 0
0 0
42 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
3853 0
0 0
715 0
0 0
0 72
47 119
0 37
29 66
0 0
0 0

SJCOAST
SJCET
SJCOIT
SJCOMF
SJUT
SMMUC
SMMUCO
SUA
SUZA
TEKU
TURDACO
UAUT
UCEZ
UDOM
UDSM
UoA
UoB
ZU
Grand Total

0
35
0
0
1606
XXX
XXX
68
71
228
66
0
0
8
0
5
6
0
15369

0
0
7
42
0
0
0
0
1553 3159
XXX XXX
XXX XXX
37
105
78
149
176
404
62
128
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
5
10
8
14
0
0
9628 24997

0
545
82
0
566
XXX
XXX
95
185
272
48
0
0
17
0
167
16
379
8860

38.5

% of Female

0
0 0
0 0
104
649 0
0 0
17
99 0
0 0
0
0 0
0 0
629 1195 0
0 0
XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
73
168 0
0 0
342
527 0
0 0
201
473 0
0 0
67
115 0
0 0
0
0 0
0 0
0
0 0
0 0
6
23 0
0 0
0
0 0
0 0
5
172 0
0 0
7
23 0
0 0
392
771 0
0 0
6777 15637 157 103 260
43.3

39.6

Note: The participation of female students in Non-Degree Courses in Government and N


Universities and University Colleges is 16,508 (39.6%) in 2012/13.

xxx

Not Submitted

er Education

ernment Universities and University Colleges for Non-Degree


ion, Award and Sex, 2012/13
TOTAL

0
0
8
233
0
197
0
4
577
110
183
0
0
1499
397
513
1293
0
34
576
0
1879
46
0
11617
645
415
74
0

0
0
0
0
1
9
136
369
0
0
259
456
0
0
137
141
642 1219
73
183
206
389
0
0
0
0
1165 2664
240
637
492 1005
1066 2359
0
0
41
75
420
996
0
0
431 2310
36
82
0
0
6892 18509
535 1180
301
716
58
132
0
0

0
0
0
580
111
691
82
17
99
0
0
0
2172 2182 4354
0
0
0
0
0
0
163
110
273
256
420
676
500
377
877
114
129
243
0
0
0
0
0
0
25
6
31
0
0
0
172
10
182
22
15
37
379
392
771
24765 16900 41665
40.6

Non-Degree Courses in Government and Non-Goverment


16,508 (39.6%) in 2012/13.

Higher Education

Table 8.2: Enrollment Trend in Universities and University Colleges by Institution and Sex
2012/13
Institutions

AKU
AMUCO-TABORA

ARU
CUHAS
DUCE
ETU
HKMU
IMTU
IUCO
JKUAT- ARUSHA

JUCO
JOKUCO
KCMC
KIU
MMU
MU
MUCCOBS
MUCE
MUCO
MUHAS
MUM
MUST
MWUCE
NM-AIST
OUT
RUCO
SAUT
SEKUCO
SFUCHAS
SJCoAST
SJOCET
SJUIT
SJCoMF
SJUT
SMMUC
SMMUCO
SUA
SUZA
TEKU
TUDARCO
UAUT
UCEZ
UDOM

2008/2009
M
T

145
XXX
293
183
1484
0
311
264
1231
0
XXX
XXX
326
0
298
1785
754
652
505
664
66
XXX
205
XXX
6768
461
2386
156
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
717
XXX
202
1003
487
594
672

xxx

69
XXX
1615
355
2044
0
220
437
1700
0
XXX
XXX
679
0
338
2303
1314
1247
654
1501
93
XXX
391
XXX

214
XXX
1908
538
3528
0
531
701
2931
0
XXX
XXX
1005
0
636
4088
2068
1899
1159
2165
159
XXX
596
XXX

22167 28935

751
3858
282
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
1155
XXX
291
2616
548
1190
782

xxx

1212
6244
438
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
1872
XXX
493
3619
1035
1784
1454

xxx

2009/2010
M
T

297
XXX
536
217
1238
0
371
324
1441
0
XXX
XXX
383
0
333
2239
963
757
576
793
366
XXX
399
XXX
7925
1086
3596
256
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
1248
XXX
266
1053
476
878
779

xxx

464
XXX
1579
463
1717
0
280
497
1910
0
XXX
XXX
736
0
364
2933
1739
1352
722
1590
693
XXX
772
XXX

761
XXX
2115
680
2955
0
651
821
3351
0
XXX
XXX
1119
0
697
5172
2702
2109
1298
2383
1059
XXX
1171
XXX

2010/2011
M
T

42
XXX
714
XXX
1569
0
227
358
1389
0
XXX
XXX
626
558
600
1947
1328
905
831
894
372
XXX
134
XXX

40
XXX
1978
XXX
1324
0
217
618
1917
0
XXX
XXX
420
722
628
2563
1859
1062
1040
1789
557
XXX
210
XXX

82
XXX
2692
XXX
2893
0
444
976
3306
0
XXX
XXX
1046
1280
1228
4510
3187
1967
1871
2683
1670
XXX
344
XXX

2011/2012
M
T

65
334
1040
342
1137
288
270
351
1637
37
XXX
XXX
213
1059
579
3177
1568
1014
923
856
1822
XXX
138
XXX

69
918
2368
720
1620
408
210
606
2161
49
XXX
XXX
230
1507
603
4016
2385
1302
949
1804
2891
XXX
212
XXX

134
1252
3408
1062
2757
696
480
957
3798
86
XXX
XXX
443
2566
1182
7193
3953
2316
1872
2660
4713
XXX
350
XXX

22144 30069 13500 30772 44272 16078 35443 51521

1376
5541
382
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
1650
XXX
351
3082
527
1674
921

xxx

2462
9137
638
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
2898
XXX
617
4135
1003
2552
1700

xxx

782
6292
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
1912
XXX
XXX
1306
696
1284
912

xxx

1232
4842
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
2287
XXX
XXX
3354
697
2312
1051

xxx

2014 1639
11134 5624
XXX 571
XXX XXX
XXX XXX
XXX XXX
XXX XXX
XXX XXX
4199 1860
XXX XXX
XXX XXX
4660 1330
1393 750
3596 1592
1963 804

xxx

xxx

3226
7152
1082
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
2254
XXX
XXX
3347
691
2555
939

xxx

4865
12776

1653
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
4114
XXX
XXX
4677
1441
4147
1743

xxx

120 310 430 239 417 656 XXX XXX XXX 404 484 888
2183 5154 7337 5899 9222 15121 6538 13046 19584 6328 11368 17696

UDSM
UoA
UoB
ZU
Grand Total

% of female

5202 9001 14203 6118 9946 16064 5763 10526 16289 6053 10856 16909
279 587 866 321 547 868 381 715 1096 677 1432 2109
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
32
35
67
616 861 1477 866 1121 1987 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
31012 64513 95525 42239 76712 118951 51860 87778 140379 60592 105892 166484

32.5

35.5

36.9

36.4

Note: The enrolment in Universities and University Colleges increased from 95,525 in 2008/20
(113.7%) in 2012/13. The number of female students in Universities and University Colleges is 7
in 2012/13.
= Not Submitted

er Education

nd University Colleges by Institution and Sex, 2008/09 2012/13


F

2012/2013
M
T

51
91
1181
438
1296
482
55
446
1923
93
889
104
602
1236
649
3535
1968
959
1059
1082
1050
509
719
43

45
197
2732
845
2092
647
73
542
2338
133
1465
276
857
1657
1045
4309
2516
1609
2132
1987
1670
2645
1254
166

96
288
3913
1283
3388
1129
128
988
4261
226
2354
380
1459
2893
1694
7844
4484
2568
3191
3069
2720
3154
1973
209

18372 43488 61860

1746
7209
907
83
56
350
137
3
3685
146
793
2600
536
2881
1026
0
763
5009

3565 5311
6746 13955
542 1449
226
309
110
166
1994 2344
635
772
19
22
3745 7430
42
188
1665 2458
5473 8073
355
891
4702 7583
1005 2031
9
9
644 1407
9250 14259

5444 9315 14759


1128 1623 2751
113 185
298
1051 1107 2158
74498 129677 204175

36.5

versity Colleges increased from 95,525 in 2008/2009 to 204,175


ale students in Universities and University Colleges is 74,498 (36.5 %)

Higher Education
Chart 8.1: Enrollment Trend in Universities and University Colleges, 2008/09-2012/13
450,000

400,000

350,000

300,000

250,000
Number of Students
200,000

150,000

100,000

84

Number of Students
200,000

150,000

100,000

50,000

2008/2009

2009/2010

2010/2011

2011/2012

Note: Increase in enrolment from 95,525 students in 2008/2009 to 186,265 in 2012/2013 has been contributed by a
access to HELSB funds and increase in the number of Higher Learning Institutions.

85

Education

ities and University Colleges, 2008/09-2012/13

86

2010/2011

2011/2012

2012/2013

/2009 to 186,265 in 2012/2013 has been contributed by an increase in


f Higher Learning Institutions.

87

Higher Education

Table 8.3a: Enrollment in Government Universities and University Colleges for Degree Courses by Award and
Name of
Institutions

Bachelor

Post Graduate Certificate

ARU
DUCE
MUCCOBS
MUCE
MUHAS
MUST
MU
NMAIST
OUT
SUA
SUZA
UDOM
UDSM

2566
2077
1148
1609
1079
766
2652
0
25714
4066
92
8630
8654

1143 3709
1283 3360
859 2007
959 2568
492 1571
78
844
2256 4908
0
0
9275 34989
1903 5969
116
208
4715 13345
5019 13673

Grand Total
% of Female

59053

28098
32.2

87151

Post Graduate Diploma

Masters

Doctorate

0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

5
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
1231
4
0
37
0

1
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
446
2
0
19
0

6
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
1677
6
0
56
0

123
0
56
0
312
0
1130
113
4757
1055
0
528
626

18
0
32
0
160
0
781
31
1720
454
0
249
402

141
0
88
0
472
0
1911
144
6477
1509
0
777
1028

30
0
6
0
20
0
14
53
169
185
7
30
35

18
0
4
0
10
0
6
12
39
131
0
20
23

15

13
46.4

28

1290

475
26.9

1765

8700

3847
30.7

12547

549

263
32.4

Note: The participation of female students in Degree Courses in Government Universities and University Colleges is 32,696 (32.0

Table 8.3b: Enrollment in Government Universities and University Colleges for Non-Degree Courses by Award and
Name of
Institutions

ARU
DUCE
MUCE
MUCCOB
S
MUHAS
MUST

Certificate

0
0
0
519
0
1429

0
0
0
420
1
371

Ordinary Diploma

0
0
0
939
1
1800

0
0
0
774
563
450

0
0
0
646
412
60

Advanced/ Higher Diploma

0
0
0
1420
975
510

8
0
0
0
13
0

1
0
0
0
7
0

GRAND TOTAL

9
0
0
0
20
0

8
0
0
1293
576
1879

1
0
0
1066
420
431

9
0
0
2359
996
2310

258 483 288 234 522


0
0
0 513 492 1005
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5233 14656 2194 1659 3853
0
0
0 11617 6892 18509
37 105
95
73 168
0
0
0 163
110 273
78
185 342 527
0
0
0 256 420 676
0
8
17
6
23
0
0
0
25
6
31
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6398 17992 4566 3432 7998
21
8
29 16330 9838 26168
35.6
42.9
27.6
37.6
Female
Note: The participation of female students in Non-Degree Courses in Government Universities and University Colleges is 9,838 (
MU
NMAIST
OUT
SUA
SUZA
UDOM
UDSM
Grand
Total
% of

225
0
9423
68
71
8
0
11743

gher Education

and University Colleges for Degree Courses by Award and Sex, 2012/13
Doctorate

GRAND TOTAL

32.4

48 2724
0 2092
10 1223
0 1609
30 1411
0
766
20 3796
65
166
208 31871
316 5310
7
99
50 9225
58 9315

1180
1296
902
959
662
78
3043
43
11480
2490
116
5003
5444

812

32696
32.0

69607

T
3904
3388
2125
2568
2073
844
6839
209
43351
7800
215
14228
14759
102303

es in Government Universities and University Colleges is 32,696 (32.0%) in 2012/13.

d University Colleges for Non-Degree Courses by Award and Sex, 2012/13

ourses in Government Universities and University Colleges is 9,838 (37.6%) in 2012/13.

Higher Education
Table 8.4a: Enrollment in Non-Government Universities and University Colleges for Degree Courses by Award and Sex,
2012/2013
Name of
Institutions

AKU
AMUCO-TABORA

CUHAS
ETU
HKMU
IMTU
IUCO
JUCO
JKUAT
JOKUCO
KCMC
KIU
MMU
MUCO
MUM
MWUCE
RUCO
SAUT
SEKUCO
SFUSCHAS
SJCET
SJCOAST
SJCOMT
SJUIT
SJUT
SMMUC

Bachelor

Post Graduate Certificate

Masters

Post Graduate Diploma

Doctorate

25

31

39

26

65

450
71
504
1633
1282
15
276
602
158
605
2045
1670
1182
2752
5940
833
226
1414
110
19
553
1562

223
54
280
1157
683
9
104
857
71
382
975
1050
660
1125
6664
484
83
239
56
3
120
1492

673
125
784
2790
1965
24
380
1459
229
987
3020
2720
1842
3877
12604
1317
309
1653
166
22
673
3054

0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
7
15
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
8
13
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
15
28
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
2
20
113
0
0
0
0
0
43
51
0
26
168
370
0
0
0
0
0
0
11

0
1
13
111
0
0
0
0
0
27
42
0
23
86
237
0
0
0
0
0
0
11

0
3
33
224
0
0
0
0
0
70
93
0
49
254
607
0
0
0
0
0
0
22

0
XX
XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
X0
573
278
851
0
0
0
0
0
0
39
24
63

XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
XX
X0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL
T

0
45
XX
91
X0 612
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

XX XX XX
X X X

450
73
538
1761
1282
23
276
602
158
648
2098
1670
1208
2920
6331
833
226
1414
110
19
553
1573
1665

51
197
302
223
55
309
1281
683
20
104
857
71
409
1018
1050
683
1211
6908
484
83
239
56
3
120
1503
793

SMMUCO
TEKU
TURDACO
UAUT
UCEZ
UoA
UoB
ZU
Grand Total
% of Female

XX XX XX
146
42
X
X
X
131 0
0
0 4202 2504

XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX

4111 2433 6544


891
897 1788
9
0
9
644
763 1407
1378 1099 2477
142
87
229
673
625 1298
32329 22978 55307
41.5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
53.3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15

23
0
0
0
10
0
0
109

8
0
0
0
2
0
0
72
39.8

31
68
63
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
891 897
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
644 763
12
63
17
80
0
0
0 1451 1118
0
21
11
32
0
0
0
163
98
0
55
34
89
0
0
0
728 659
181 1050 700 1750 16 4 20 35413 24794
40.0
20.0
41.2

Note: The participation of female students in Degree Courses in Non-Government Universities and University Colleges is
23,256 (40.7%) in 2012/13.

gher Education

rsities and University Colleges for Degree Courses by Award and Sex,
2012/2013
TOTAL
T

96
288
914
673
128
847
3042
1965
43
380
1459
229
1057
3116
2720
1891
4131
13239
1317
309
1653
166
22
673
3076
2458

188
6706
1788
9
1407
2569
261
1387
60207
41.2

Degree Courses in Non-Government Universities and University Colleges is

Higher Education

Table 8.4b: Enrollment in Non-Government Universities and University Colleges fo


Award and Sex, 2012/2013
Name of
Institutions
AKA
AMUCO-TABORA
CUHAS
ETU
HKMU
IMTU
IUCO
JUCO
JKUAT
JOKUCO
KCMC
KIU
MMU
MUCO
MUM
MWUCE
RUCO
SAUT
SEKUCO
SFUSCHAS
SJCET
SJCOAST
SJCOMT
SJUIT
SJUT
SMMUC
SMMUCO
TEKU
TURDACO
UAUT
UCEZ
UoA
UoB
ZU
Grand Total
% of Female

Certificate

Ordinary Diploma

Advanced/ Higher Diplom

0
XXX
0
56
0
0
96
83
34
0
XXX
712
36
10
0
20
253
343
16
0
35
0
0
0
1606
XXX
XXX
228
XXX
0
0
5
6
0
3539

0
XXX
0
46
0
0
105
96
25
0
XXX
592
28
12
0
20
212
254
16
0
7
0
0
0
1553
XXX
XXX
176
XXX
0
0
5
8
0
3155
47.1

0
XXX
0
102
0
0
201
179
59
0
XXX
1304
64
22
0
40
465
597
32
0
42
0
0
0
3159
XXX
XXX
404
XXX
0
0
10
14
0
6694

0
XXX
233
141
0
4
481
100
76
0
XXX
752
361
24
0
26
392
0
21
0
545
0
0
82
566
XXX
XXX
272
XXX
0
0
167
16
379
4638

0
XXX
136
213
0
137
537
110
48
0
XXX
553
212
29
0
16
323
0
13
0
104
0
0
17
629
XXX
XXX
201
XXX
0
0
5
7
392
3682
44.3

0
XXX
369
354
0
141
1018
210
124
0
XXX
1305
573
53
0
42
715
0
34
0
649
0
0
99
1195
XXX
XXX
473
XXX
0
0
172
23
771
8320

0
XXX
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XXX
35
0
0
0
0
0
72
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XXX
XXX
0
XXX
0
0
0
0
0
107
38.5

Note: The participation of female students in Non-Degree Courses in Non-G


and University Colleges is 7388 (44.8%) in 2012/13.

Higher Education

nt Universities and University Colleges for Non-Degree Courses by


Award and Sex, 2012/2013
Advanced/ Higher Diploma

TOTAL

0
XXX
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XXX
20
0
0
0
0
0
47
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XXX
XXX
0
XXX
0
0
0
0
0
67
38.5

0
XXX
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XXX
55
0
0
0
0
0
119
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XXX
XXX
0
XXX
0
0
0
0
0
174

0
0
233
197
0
4
577
183
110
0
0
1499
397
34
0
46
645
415
37
0
580
0
0
82
2172
0
0
500
135
0
0
172
22
379
8419

0
0
0
0
136
369
259
456
0
0
137
141
642 1219
206
389
73
183
0
0
0
0
1165 2664
240
637
41
75
0
0
36
82
535 1180
301
716
29
66
0
0
111
691
0
0
0
0
17
99
2182 4354
0
0
0
0
377
877
108
243
0
0
0
0
10
182
15
37
392
771
7012 15431
45.4

tudents in Non-Degree Courses in Non-Government Universities


388 (44.8%) in 2012/13.

Higher Education
Table 8.5: Gross Enrollment Ratio in Tertiary Education by Sex, 2012/13
Certificate

TYPE OF INSTITUTION

NON-DEGREE
COURSES

4649

12511

20769

23134

7862

Technical Insitutions

29025 28467

57492

19586 17061 36647

880

417

University Institutions

11743

6398

18141

4566

21

Total Tertiary Enrolment (Non-Degree


Courses)

53675 45092

98767

32014 25142 57156

901

425

Bachelor

63.8
Post Graduate
Certificate

Post Graduate
Diploma
M
F
T

8902

4760

13662

5010

2400

7410

848

512

Universities & University


89056 48838
Colleges

137894

22

21

43

1399

2421

7453

2247

% of Female in Degree
Courses

Population (Age 20-23)

97958 53598 151556 5032


85.7

3.9

3432

848

35.6

Total Tertiary Enrolment


(Degree Courses)

Total (Non-Deg

12907 10227

DEGREE COURSES
Technical Education

Advanced Diploma

Teacher Education Institutions

% of Female in Non-Degree
Courses

TYPE OF INSTITUTION

Ordinary Diploma

1297 49491
29

16330

1326 86590

0.6

Masters

Doctorate

1360

899

613

1512

547

1946

9750

4547

14297

565

267

1059

3306

10649

5160

15809

565

267

1.7

8.3

0.4

GER

Note: In 2012/13, the majority of students enrolled in higher learning institutions are males (65.1%). This is obse
and 3.5% for males and females respectively. The total enrolment in higher learning Institutions is still low
school age population of 20-23 years old.

r Education

o in Tertiary Education by Sex, 2012/13


Total (Non-Degree Courses)

14876

35645

45945

95436

9838

26168

70659 157249
44.9

Doctorate

TOTAl (Degree Courses)


T

15659

8285

23944

832

100792

54220

155012

832

116451

62505

178956

34.9
1480772 1783773 3264544

7.9
3.5
5.5
r learning institutions are males (65.1%). This is observed from the GER of 7.9%
al enrolment in higher learning Institutions is still low compared to theoretical

Higher Education
Table 8.6: Academic Staff in Government and Non-Government Universities and University Colleges by
Qualification, Nationality and Sex, 2012/13
Qualification
Certificate
Ordinary Diploma
Advanced Diploma
Higher Diploma
Bachelor Degree
Post Graduate Certificate
Post Graduate Diploma
Masters
Doctorate (PhD)
Grand Total
Percentage(%)

Tanzanian
F

6
2
21
5
39
5
8
4
897
327
0
0
19
0
1886 733
775
166
3,651 1,241
22.8

Non Tanzanian
F

8
26
44
12
1224
0
19
2619
941
4,892

0
0
0
1
11
0
0
211
140
363

0
1
0
0
11
0
1
119
54
186

Total
F

0
1

6
21
39
9
908
0
19
2097
915
4,014

2
6
5
4
338
0
0
852
220
1,427

1
22
0
1
330
194
549

13.0

Note: 89.9% of Academic/Teaching Staff are Tanzanian while only 10.1% are Non-Tanzanian.

26.2

8
27
44
13
1246
0
19
2949
1135
5,441

Higher Education
Table 8.7: Academic Staff Attrition in Universities and University Colleges by Reason, Qualification and
Sex, 2012/13
M

Death
F

Below Form 4

Certificate

Ordinary Diploma

Advanced Diploma

Bachelor Degree

Post Graduate Diploma

Masters

11

Doctorate

17

Grand Total

30

Qualification

Percentage of Total

Retired
F

13

12

27

20

47

18

14

32

45

30

75

Employed Elsewhere

10.1 0.7 10.8 15.2

10.1

Long Illness
F
T

TOTAL
F

12

22

27

43

13

56

31

40

25

14

39

95

44 139

43

50

72

15

86

21 107 58

22

80 221 76 297

25.3 0.7 0.3

Termination
F
T

87

1.0 29.0 7.1 36.0 19.5 7.4 26.9 74.4 25.6 100

Note: Retired accounted (36%) while Death accounted 10.8%, Termination 25.6% whereas the least is long
Illness which accounted 1.0%. Males (74.4%) are leading in attrition than Females (25.6%).

9.0 SCHOOL INSPECTION


School Inspection is the process of ensuring that schools
comply with the Education Act by ascertaining whether
schools are being properly and efficiently managed. This
implies that, School Inspection is collaborative course of
action whereby the School Inspectors work with Heads of
Schools, teachers and other stake holders in making
judgment on the quality based National Basic Standards
Indicators for Basic Education.

School Inspection
Table 9.1: Distribution of School Inspectors by Zone and Sub-sectors, 2012/2013
Sub-sector
Zone

Secondary Education
No. of
Required
Inspectors

Teacher Education

Primary Education
M

94
76
121

50
10
48

42
60
51

92
70
99

121

48

35

121

53

112

15

12

2
0
7
70

10
7
10
148
9.5

4
4
3
47

0
3
1
19

2
2
2
24

Eastern Zone

24
25
19

6
1
5

13
14
6

19
15
11

4
4
4

1
2
3

1
5
0

2
7
3

Highlands Zone

18

14

Southern Highlands
Zone

18

Lake Western Zone

19

11

Lake Zone

19

10

16

North Eastern Zone

25

North Western Zone

18

14
19
17
235

8
7
3
78

Central Zone
Dar s Salaam Zone

Southern Zone
Western Zone
MoEVT Headquarter
Grand Total
% of Available

Source:

Actual Inspectors
Available

No. of
Required
Inspectors

Actual Inspectors Available

No. of
No. of
Actual Inspectors Available
Required
Required
Inspectors
Inspectors
M
F
T

Grand Total

Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (2012/2013).

Actual Inspectors Availab


M

122
105
144

57
13
56

56
79
57

83

143

58

42

40

93

143

60

44

47

24

71

135

59

27

131

51

44

95

154

63

54

151

70

50 120

180

77

60

100

56

40

133

65

46

2
112 47 28 75 133
5
130 52 36 88 153
3
10
1
5
6
30
43 1279 533 455 988 1561
2.8
63.3

55
62
5
630

32
38
14
549

96

Note:

There were 1,179 School Inspectors at all three levels. However, estimates of requirements of school inspectors is 1,5
meaning there is a shortage of 286 inspectors or 24.5%.

ol Inspection

spectors by Zone and Sub-sectors, 2012/2013


Sub-sector
Grand Total
Actual Inspectors Available
T

113
92
113
100
104
86
117
137
111
87
100
19
1179
75.53

levels. However, estimates of requirements of school inspectors is 1,561


24.5%.

School Inspection
Table 9.2: Number of Institutions Inspected, 2012/2013
Number of Institutions Available
as of March 2013

Number of Institutions
Targeted for Inspection

Actual Institutions
Inspected

% of Institutions
Inspected

Pre-Primary
Schools/Streams

14,283

6166

2026

32.9

Primary Schools

16442

7165

2682

37.4

Post Primary
Vocational Centres

319

88

15

17.0

Special Education
Schools /Units

242

87

11

12.6

12,124

3663

777

21.2

4576

1815

833

45.9

119

111

60

54.1

Institutions/Category

Adult Education
Centres
Secondary Schools
Teacher Training
Colleges

Source: Zonal School Inspection reports 2012/2013


Note: The actual Inspection was below the targets in all Sub sectors.

10.0 SUMMARY TABLE


Summary Tables have been included to provide a brief
overview of basic data on female enrolment by grades and
level for years 2009 2013; total enrollment by grade and
level for years 2009 and 2013 and teaching staff by level, sex
and qualification for year 2013.
Summary table on female enrolment provide extent of female
participation in education in various education levels. A total
enrollment provide the size of enrollment in 2009 and 2013
and percent increase for comparison purposes. The third table
provides the size of teaching staff in different levels of
education and their qualification.

Summary Table
Table 10.1: Female Enrollment as Percentage of Total Enrollment by Grade
and Level, 2009 - 2012
Education Level
Pre-Primary Education
Total
Government
Non-Government
Primary Education
Std I
Std VII
Std I - VII
Secondary Education
Form 1
Government
Non-Government
Form 4
Government
Non-Government
Form 1 - 4
Government
Non-Government
Form 5
Government
Non-Government
Form 6
Government
Non-Government
Form 5 - 6
Government
Non-Government
Form 1 - 6
Government
Non-Government
Teacher Education
Total
Government
Non-Government
Vocational Education
Total

2009

2010

Years
2011

50.2
50.3
49.0

50.1
50.2
48.7

49.6
49.6
49.7

48.7
48.7
48.7

50.0
50.1
48.8

49.6
49.8
49.7

49.7
51.0
50.1

49.6
52.0
50.3

49.7
52.2
50.2

50.6
50.6
49.1

44.6
43.9
52.6
45.9
44.7
51.2
44.7
43.9
51.9
41.5
40.4
44.5
39.2
35.3
44.7
40.7
38.9
44.6
44.6
43.7
51.0

45.3
44.2
52.7
45.8
45.0
50.2
44.7
43.6
51.9
39.9
39.5
40.7
39.5
39.2
40.0
39.7
39.3
40.3
44.5
43.4
50.6

47.2
46.2
53.6
43.0
41.3
51.7
45.3
44.1
52.5
34.5
30.6
45.0
35.6
33.1
40.8
35.0
31.8
42.8
44.8
43.6
51.7

49.4
48.8
54.1
44.5
43.5
51.4
47.0
46.1
52.7
31.6
27.7
44.2
32.1
27.5
43.4
31.9
27.6
43.8
46.4
45.4
52.1

50.0
49.3
53.9
46.1
44.7
52.1
48.6
47.8
52.9
32.8
29.2
45.6
32.5
27.4
46.7
48.5
39.5
85.8
47.9
47.0
52.5

48.6
48.6
48.5

46.5
45.6
48.8

45.9
43.9
49.5

43.7
43.5
43.9

41.7
41.3
42.7

46.6

46.8

38.4

46.8

46.1

92

2012

2013

FDC
VTC

49.8
49.1

93

40.9
47.3

36.5
46.7

Summary Table
Table 10.2: Enrollment Summary in Government and Non-Government Education
Institutions, 2009 to 2012
Level

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Difference

% increase

Pre-Primary Education

Total Enrolment
Year 1
No of Schools
No of Streams
Teaching Staff
Primary Education
Std I - VII
Std I
Std VII
No of Schools
No of Streams
Teaching Staff

896146
554107
n/a
41154
16597

925465
574239
n/a
34861
16534

1069208
642918
n/a
40730
10830

1034729
633872
n/a
36786
8763

1026466
595064
n/a
39037
12377

-8263
-38808
n/a
2251
3614

-0.8
-6.1
n/a
6.1
41.2

8441553
1358790
1059640
15727
1997702
157185

8419305
1356574
948532
15816
192672
165856

8363386
1388216
1028480
16001
202066
175449

8247172
1404998
909435
16331
195075
180987

8231913
1430231
885749
16343
190176
189487

-15259
25233
-23686
12
-4899
8500

-0.2
1.8
-2.6
0.1
-2.5
4.7

1466402
524784
204416
43052
21791
1401559
64843

1638699
438827
326815
38334
33680
1566685
72014

1789547
467155
333638
41348
37090
1711109
78438

1884272
522379
404585
40890
40572
1802810
81462

1804056
514592
368600
39173
36349
1728534
75522

-80216
-7787
-35985
-1717
-4223
-74276
-5940

-4.3
-1.5
-8.9
-4.2
-10.4
-4.1
-7.3

Secondary Education

Form 1 - 6
Form 1
Form 4
Form 5
Form 6
Form 1 - 4
Form 5 - 6

No of Schools
No of Streams
Teaching Staff
Teacher Education
Total Enrolment
First Year Intake
Finalists
Teaching Staff
No of Colleges

4102
31207
33954

4266
39534
40517

4367
40922
52146

4528
46381
65086

4576
43518
73407

48
-2863
8321

1.1
-6.2
12.8

35337
19581
15581
1678
77

30738
14831
15907
1356
92

24243
18913
20987
1833
103

43258
25033
18225
2044
105

35645
14534
21111
2075
119

-7613
-10499
2886
31
14

-17.6
-41.9
15.8
1.5
13.3

Summary Table

Table 10.3: Teaching Staff in Government and Non-Government Institutions by Level of Education, Qualification and S
Education Level

Pre-Primary:
Total
Government
Non-Government

Primary:
Total
Government
Non-Government

Secondary:
Total
Government
Non-Government

Doctor
M

0
0
0

Master
T

3
0
3

3
0
3

2
1
1

Bachelor/PGDE
T

5
2
3

7
3
4

Diploma

145
116
29

406
208
198

551
324
227

145
116
29

406
208
198

Grade A
T

551
324
227

Grade B/C & Others


T

Gran

326 1237 1563 1850 4022 5872


249 722 971 1743 3296 5039
77 515 592 107 726 833

3749
3399
350

44 29 73 1400 871 2271 3495 2323 5818 65629 66030 131659 19613 27979 47592 1072 1002 2074 91253
19 9 28 1212 739 1951 3044 1964 5008 63152 64207 127359 17650 26418 44068 448 460 908 85525
25 20 45 188 132 320 451 359 810 2477 1823 4300 1963 1561 3524 624 542 1166 5728
23
3
20

6 29 1027 511 1538 22108 11173 33281 22616 11209 33825


1 4 565 367 932 16677 9816 26493 17947 9955 27902
5 25 462 144 606 5431 1357 6788 4669 1254 5923

3778
2099
1679

956 4734 49552


598 2697 37291
358 2037 12261

Teachers' Colleges:

Total
Government
Non-Government
Grand Total

7
3
4

2
2
0

9 128
5 99
4 29

72 200
60 159
12 41

923
640
283

466 1389
378 1018
88 371

303
125
178

113
62
51

416
187
229

47
35
12

14
11
3

61
46
15

1408
902
506

74 40 114 2557 1459 4016 26671 14368 41039 88693 77758 166451 19939 29216 49155 6747 5994 12741 145962

94

mary Table

ent Institutions by Level of Education, Qualification and Sex, 2013


Grand Total
F

8628 12377
6501 9900
2127 2477
98234 189487
93797 179322
4437 10165
23855 73407
20737 58028
3118 15379
667
513
154

2075
1415
660

131384 277346

95

11.0 FINANCING OF EDUCATION


Financing Education and Training is shared among
Government, Communities, Parents and End-users.
Government budgetary allocation to education and training
is being enhanced annually in order to ensure better
delivery of education and training services in terms of
school infrastructure, teaching and learning materials as
well as motivation of teachers.

Financing of Education
Table 11.1: MoEVT Budget allocation as % of Total Government Budget, Education Sector Budget and
GDP, 2003/04 - 2012/13
Year

2003/04
2004/05
2005/06
2006/07
2007/08
2008/09
2009/10
2010/11
2011/12
2012/13
*2013/14

Total Budget (in


mill.shs)

2,607,205
3,347,538
4,176,050
4,850,588
6,066,800
7,216,130
9,513,685
11,609,557
13,525,895
15,119,644
18,248,983

GDP (at current


prices in mill.shs)

12,107,062
13,971,592
15,965,294
17,941,268
20,948,403
24,781,679
28,212,646
32,293,479
39,336,000
44,717,663
50,970,431

Education Sector MoEVT Budget (in Education Sector as Education MoEVT as % of MoEVT as % of MoEVT as
Sector as % of
Education Sector
% of Total Budget
Total Budget
Budget (in mill.shs)
mill.shs)
% of GDP
GDP
Budget

487,729
504,745
669,537
958,819
1,100,188
1,430,372
1,743,900
2,045,400
2,283,000
2,890,149
3,171,631

106,720
160,344
175,435
239,651
265,680
527,476
507,493
665,573
659,297
722,472
689,681

18.7
15.1
16.0
19.8
18.1
19.8
18.3
17.6
16.9
19.1
17.4

4.0
3.6
4.2
5.3
5.3
5.8
6.2
6.3
5.8
6.5
6.2

4.1
4.8
4.2
4.9
4.4
7.3
5.3
5.7
4.9
4.8
3.8

21.9
31.8
26.2
25.0
24.1
36.9
29.1
32.5
28.9
25.0
21.7

0.9
1.1
1.1
1.3
1.3
2.1
1.8
2.1
1.7
1.6
1.4

Note: The share of Education Sector Budget is an average of 17.9% of total Government Budget. The highest allocation
was in year 2006/2007 (19.8%) and lowest 2004/2005 (15.1%). The ratio between Education Sector Budget and
GDP increased steadly as from 2005 (3.6%) to 2012 (17.4%) then dropped to 6.2% in 2013/2014. The share of
MOEVT budget of Government budget is 3.8% which is below the average of share from 2003-20014 (4.9%). The
portion of MOEVT in whole education sector budget is 21.7% (2013/2014) less compared to the highest figure which
was in 2008/2009 (36.9%).
NB: GDP 2013/2014 has been Estimated

Financing of Education

Chart
11.1: MoEVT Budget allocation as % of Total Government Budget, Education Sector Budget and GDP, 2003/04 - 2013
20,000,000
18,000,000

16,000,000

14,000,000

12,000,000
Amount in Tshs.
10,000,000

8,000,000

6,000,000

4,000,000

2,000,000

2003/04Years2004/05

2005/06

2006/07

2007/08

2008/09

2009/10

2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

cing of Education

vernment Budget, Education Sector Budget and GDP, 2003/04 - 2013/14

2007/08

2008/09

2009/10

2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

2013/14

Financing of Education
Table 11.2: Budgetary Allocation to Education Sector by Education Levels 2003/04 - 2013/14
(in mill.shs.)
Education SubSectors
Financial
Year
2003/04
2004/05
2005/06
2006/07
2007/08
2008/09
2009/10
2010/11
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14

Total
Education
Sector
487,729
504,745
669,537
958,819
1,100,188
1,430,372
1,743,900
2,045,400
2,283,000
2,890,149
3,171,631

Primary, Non-Formal, Other


Education Institutions and
Supporting Services

Total
361,425
322,196
418,455
618,534
618,828
966,633
1,211,332
1,272,584
1,159,526
1,613,346
1,758,840

% Share
74.1
63.8
62.5
64.5
56.2
67.6
69.5
62.2
50.8
55.8
55.5

Secondary Education Teacher Education


Total
% Share
32,464 6.7
92,045 18.2
104,483 15.6
119,987 12.5
174,227 15.8
133,058 9.3
108,323 6.2
201,147 9.8
465,979 20.4
509,783 17.6
491,753 15.5

Total
7,700
6,189
8,540
10,439
19,257
25,250
47,586
28,895
35,892
47,172
55,303

% Share
1.6
1.2
1.3
1.1
1.8
1.8
2.7
1.4
1.6
1.6
1.7

Technical & Higher


Education

Total
% Share
86,140
17.7
84,315
16.7
138,059
20.6
209,859
21.9
287,876
26.2
305,431
21.4
376,659
21.6
542,774
26.5
621,603
27.2
719,848
24.9
865,735
27.3

Source: Public Expenditure Review (PER) 2007/08 - 2011/12


Note: Primary Education, Non-Formal and Supporting Services in the whole Education
Sector have the largest share (55.5%) followed by Technical and Higher Education
(27.3% ) in 2013/14.

Financing of Education
Chart 11.2: Budgetary Allocation to Education Sector by Levels 2004/05-2013/14
3,500,000

3,000,000

2,500,000
In TShs. Millions
2,000,000

1,500,000

1,000,000

500,000
Financial
Year

2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14

Financing of Education
Table 11.3: Growth Rates of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at 2001 Prices and Population and Per Capita Income
by Region, 2002 - 2012
Years
GDP Growth Rate
(%)
Pop. Growth Rate
(%)
Region
Arusha

Dar es Salaam
Dodoma
Iringa
Kagera
Kigoma
Kilimanjaro
Lindi
Manyara
Mara
Mbeya
Morogoro
Mtwara
Mwanza
Pwani
Rukwa
Ruvuma
Shinyanga

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011r

2012p

6.9

7.8

7.4

6.7

7.1

7.4

6.0

7.0

6.4

6.9

%
Change
7.81

2.9

2.9

2.9

2.9

2.9

2.9

2.9

2.9

2.9

2.7

-6.90

Per Capita Income

362,005
760,056
233,940
443,007
277,336
252,894
377,778
354,823
318,594
391,986
340,459
302,282
315,567
342,032
309,379
367,564
408,120
286,342

440,602
785,985
247,570
488,254
280,703
255,434
465,260
364,047
388,542
408,052
438,214
417,184
322,871
383,199
313,918
398,486
460,501
288,554

506,902
856,391
268,728
558,444
291,644
269,144
544,421
385,378
469,489
439,107
515,887
458,877
339,784
421,379
328,688
437,273
546,530
297,409

550,650 621,356 729,676 814,569 945,437 1,038,097 1,258,334 21.22


992,362 1,133,503 1,337,257 1,594,976 1,740,947 1,961,074 1,734,842 -11.54
288,506 323,677 377,235 414,597 485,211 535,768 665,180 24.15
589,607 681,130 797,739 859,875 979,882 1,125,503 1,428,243 26.90
337,557 367,979 420,758 453,235 491,713 559,070 716,209 28.11
291,946 397,449 450,535 483,158 499,428 581,461 608,652 4.68
574,264 642,302 755,037 810,871 879,432 1,034,263 1,237,761 19.68
415,586 466,839 534,268 574,282 673,096 754,949 976,192 29.31
475,255 578,697 669,166 707,159 772,364 879,014 1,048,437 19.27
461,861 495,013 568,074 600,338 642,528 741,357 946,107 27.62
536,133 618,610 711,201 800,021 892,877 998,210 1,210,065 21.22
501,138 573,651 620,921 665,618 744,234 856,126 984,686 15.02
368,787 407,062 478,660 514,520 700,436 718,741 930,862 29.51
488,758 554,907 640,826 748,766 829,647 924,536 910,824 -1.48
360,441 399,381 457,685 490,521 572,466 640,801 752,192 17.38
469,246 537,042 623,288 672,237 726,658 830,052 974,601 17.41
565,430 661,655 772,504 824,799 866,191 1,029,094 1,237,972 20.30
322,806 368,201 423,431 455,008 510,023 565,973 856,333 51.30

Singida
Tabora
Tanga
Overall

254,111 258,470 254,509 279,386 305,655 350,294 373,694 483,922 505,435 625,974
253,933 301,884 362,967 365,950 412,456 474,181 504,710 528,832 614,579 770,866
310,698 440,305 537,227 569,319 636,262 646,284 692,939 763,203 886,343 1,026,432
353,496 396,154 441,063 478,100 547,081 627,787 693,470 770,464 869,436 1,025,038
Source: National Bureau of Statistics ( NBS) - National Accounting
Note: The economic growth rate increased from 6.4% 2011 to 6.9% 2012 Whereas the population growth rate decreased from
2.9% in 2002 census to 2.7% in 2012 census. The per capita income at current prices, has also gone up over the last 10
years (2002 to 2012) from sh. 290,012 Tanzania Shillings in 2002 to 1,025,038 Tanzania Shillings in 2012. Dar es
Salaam had highest per capita income compared with other regions while Singida had least per capita income.
r = revised figures; p = provisional figures.

23.85
25.43
15.81
17.90

Budgetary Allocation to Education Sector by Level, 2013 - 2014