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Dear blessed children of God,
Jesus said to her, I am the resurrection and the life. (John 11:25)
Christ is raised, Hallelujah!
It is another occasion of great joy to the world. It is my pleasure to send you these Easter greetings from the North Eastern Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania (NED-ELCT). We thank God who has carried us safely throughout the Lent Season. It suffices to use the word ‘safely’ in qualifying this journey of the Lent Season leaving room for further qualification depending on what has been happening in our various contexts. As long as we have entered the Holy Week and eventually the Easter festivals, it implies that we have been taken through safely. We are safe as long as we have been given another opportunity to reflect on our lives in relation to the saving grace of God. Even if things are not working well with my life I still stand under this saving grace and I am one among the many who stand a chance of partaking in the life of Him who is resurrected. That chance is still open to me as I still have the possibility of hearing Him telling me: I am the resurrection and the life. And after that He continues to tell us the same words he told Martha, “Did I not tell you that if you believed you would see the glory of God?” (John 11:40). If we believe in Him we will have life and consequently be in the glory of God.
Sebastian Kolowa Memorial University (SEKOMU) invites applications from qualified Tanzanians and non-Tanzanians for admission to the Master of Education in Special Education Degree programme. This programme is due to begin in April in the academic year 2012/2013. Applications are welcome from all nationalities. SEKOMU is an “Equal-Opportunity” Institution of Higher Learning, committed to a policy of student admission that aspires for inclusion of people with different racial, ethnic, gender and religious backgrounds as well as physical and sensory disabilities, provided that one qualifies for the programme he/she applies for. For more information visit www.sekomu.ac.tz and www.elct-ned.org.
The Tanzania Commission for Universities recently approved SEKOMU's curriculum of the MASTER OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME! The programme will take off in April 2013 when we start the second semester of the academic year 2012/2013. SEKOMU thereby becomes the first University in the country to have a postgraduate degree programme in the field of Special Education!
We hereby invite applications from eligible candidates. A list of Entry Requirements as well as Application forms are available on this website and at www.sekomu.ac.tz. Professors and lecturers from Tanzania and different parts of the world have already been prepared to start facilitating this programme in April 2013.
SEKOMU was established on 28th October 2007, starting as a constituent college under Tumaini University known as Sebastian Kolowa University College (SEKUCo). The University College opened with the programme of Bachelor of Education Special Needs and became the first higher learning institution in Tanzania to offer degree studies in the field. Three months ago, SEKUCo transformed into a full-fledged university known as Sebastian Kolowa Memorial University (SEKOMU). You are welcome to visit www.sekomu.ac.tz or call (+255) 783 534900 for more information.
Acquire Knowledge, Serve with Compassion!
Rev. Dr. Anneth Munga
|Dear sisters and brothers,
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2013!
Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men! (Luke 2:14)
My heart is full of joy when I again this year join you in celebrating this great season which marks the birth of our salvation. It is worth praising God our Savior for His gracious love and that we are again walking through such a great season which reminds us of such a great event in human history. For some people this is just another Christmas which has nothing to do with their personal lives. For them this is just another holiday like any other one else whereby they come together with relatives and friends to enjoy the day. Contrarily, for us this is another day in which history witnesses the truth and reality of our salvation.
|More than 400 students graduate on 8th of December 2012 at SEKOMU. The extra odirnary event held at campus A, New Hall with four days after completion from around 10.00am to 1.40pm. It is the third graduation since the founding of the university in 2007.|