MUCE Short Courses in Kiswahili for Foreigners



MUCE Short Courses in Kiswahili for Foreigners

Mkwawa University College of Education Short Courses in Kiswahili for Foreigners

Mkwawa University College of Education (MUCE) invites applications for admission into Kiswahili Short Courses for Foreigners in three levels:

i.Basic Kiswahili Course (BKC)

The course provides Kiswahili basic lessons for beginners who have no exposure to Kiswahili and would like to learn and use the language for instrumental purposes. At this level, learners will be taught basic Kiswahili communicative skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Upon completion at this level a learner will be able to communicate in Kiswahili using basic structures and vocabularies appropriately.

ii.Intermediate Kiswahili Course (IKC) (with Pre-test)

This course will build on reading and speaking skills. Learners will be engaged in discussion and writing on more complex topics ranging from integrated areas such as social, political, cultural, to economic spheres depending on the student’s interests. Upon completion at this level a leaner will be able to communicate in Kiswahili using more advanced structures, vocabularies and situations with more improved Kiswahili grammar.

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iii.Advanced Kiswahili Course (AKC) (with Pre-test)

This course focuses on advanced grammar, speaking, reading and writing skills. There will be essays and advanced reading texts with abstract concepts including literature part of Kiswahili language. Learners will also be engaged in debates and discussions to strengthen speaking skills. Upon completion at this level a learner will have enough skills to help learners at basic level.

Duration: All courses will be run for eight weeks except under special circumstance an applicant can request for rearrangement without jeopardizing the intention of the programme.

Time & delivery mode: Learners will be full time and will have to attend lessons every day from Monday to Friday. Teaching hours per day will be four of which will involve both lectures and practical. Language and cultural cross cutting issues practice will be done in and out of classes depending on the nature of the area of practice.

Accommodation: For those who need accommodation, there will be two options: To live with host families or on campus. Both alternatives have cost implications. An applicant should seek accommodation arrangements before his/her arrival at MUCE through Coordinator of Kiswahili Courses for Foreigners.

Application forms: Are available at MUCE in the faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FoHSS) or can be downloaded from the College website http://www.muce.ac.tz. Also can be send to you through your email address upon enquiry from the course coordinator using the contact below.

Payments: Tuition fee and other costs should be paid to the College through CRDB Bank

account name: MUCE HUMANITY PROJECT No. 0150071134816.

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Contacts:

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences: E-mail deanfohss@muce.ac.tz

Tel: + 255 262700636

OR

Course Coordinator/Head of Department

E-mail: kawongag@yahoo.com/ johnphilpo@yahoo.com

Mobile: + 255 765 412 301/ + 255 753 555 046

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