Bachelor Degree Admission Regulation

 Minimum Entry Qualifications for Bachelor Degree (NTA Level 7- 8) Programmes

 

Candidates can join the Bachelor Degree (NTA Level 7- 8) programmes offered by DIT through the Direct Entry Scheme

   Direct Entry Scheme

In order to qualify for admission into Bachelor Degree (NTA Level 7- 8) three (3) years programmes, the following minimum entry qualifications are required:-

 

(i)          Candidates applying for Bachelor of Engineering must be holders of Ordinary Diploma (NTA Level 6) in Engineering majoring either : Civil or Mining or  Computer or  Electrical or Electronics & Telecommunications or  Mechanical or Water Supply and Sanitation or information Technology offered by DIT  or Biomedical Equipment Engineering  or its equivalent from a recognised institution with minimum of Second Lower Class (Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0)  from a NACTE recognised Institution and at least 4 passes or three (3) credit passes in relevant subjects at Certificate of Secondary Education (CSEE).

 

Or

Holders of Full Technician Certificate (FTC) in Engineering majoring either: Civil or Computer or Electrical or Electronics & Telecommunications or Mechanical or Water Resources or its equivalent from a NACTE recognized Institution with an average of minimum pass of C or an average of minimum 3 points based on the following conversion scale: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2 and at least 4 passes or three (3) credit passes in relevant subjects at Secondary Education (CSEE).

 

(ii)        Candidates applying for Bachelor of Technology in Laboratory Sciences must possess Ordinary Diploma (NTA Level 6) in Technology majoring either: Science and Laboratory Technology or its equivalent from a recognized institution with minimum of Second Lower Class (Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0) from a NACTE recognized Institution and at least 4 passes or three (3) credit passes in relevant subjects at Certificate of Secondary Education (CSEE).

 

Or

Holder of good Full Technician Certificate (FTC) in Technology majoring either: Science and Laboratory or its equivalent from a recognised institution an average of minimum pass of C or an average of minimum 3 points based on the following conversion scale: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2 and at least 4 passes or three (3) credit passes in relevant subjects at Secondary Education (CSEE).

 

 (iii)       Candidates applying for Bachelor Degree in Oil and Gas Engineering must possess Ordinary Diploma in Engineering (NTA Level 6) majoring either: Civil, Mining, Electrical or Mechanical with minimum of Second Lower Class (Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0) from a NACTE recognised Institutions.

 

Or

Holder of good Full Technician Certificate (FTC) in Engineering or Technology majoring either: Civil or Mining or Electrical or Mechanical from a recognised Institution with an average of minimum pass of C or an average of minimum 3 points based on the following conversion scale: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2.

 

 In order to qualify for admission into Bachelor Degree (NTA Level 7- 8) four (4) years programmes, the following minimum entry qualifications are required:-

(iv)          Holders of Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSEE) in the combination of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) or Physics, Geography and Mathematics (PGM) with Principal Pass in Mathematics and Physics from the same sitting with a total of not less than 4.0 points based on the following conversion scale: (A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F=0 for candidates who completed Form VI before 2014) and (A=5, B+=4, B=3 C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for candidates who completed Form VI in 2014 to date). Selected candidates will be required to undergo a four year programme.

or

(v)           Holders of Ordinary Diploma (NTA LEVEL 6) or Full Technician Certificate (FTC) who meet criteria 3.2.1 (i) above wishing to change programme of study.

 Admission requirements

 

Admission into this scheme is open to candidates, who have National Technical Award (NTA) level 6 or its equivalent as will be set by the DIT Council.

  Procedures for Application and Admission

        Direct Entry Scheme

(i)       Candidates applying for Bachelor Degree programmes must apply through the  DIT online application system. The modality of application is found on  http://dit.ac.tz/

 

(ii)     Ordinary Diploma Candidates are required to apply through DIT online link of http://admission.dit.ac.tz in which the information about the modality and procedures for application will be accessible. For more information visit DIT website: http://www.dit.ac.tz whereby candidates are required to attach scanned original relevant certificates i.e. CSEE/GCE, ACSEE, valid National (for those who recently completed their secondary education) Examination results slips, birth certificates as well as scanned personal passport size photographs taken within the last six months.

 

(iii)       Candidates applying for readmission at different NTA levels are required to obtain application forms at the Institute Registrar’s office or may be downloaded from our Website: http://www.dit.ac.tz. All applications with all necessary requirement/certificates are processed by different boards and finally selected applicants are notified.

 

(iv)       All Ordinary Diploma online applications must be accompanied by an original scanned bank pay-in slip of a non-refundable application fee of Tsh. 30,000/= for Tanzanian applicants, USD30 for non-Tanzanian payable the to Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology through any branch of CRDB Bank account No 0150408417800. Bachelor Degree candidate will follow the application fees that will be announced by TCU.

 

(v)    All interested candidates are required to online fill the application forms and submit within the announced deadline.

 

(vi)    Non disclosure of details or provision of false information to any of the sections in the application form if discovered shall render the candidate’s registration with the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology cancelled.

 

(vii)  The applications are scrutinized and ranked according to the performance in terms of qualifications and the availability of admission chances