TIA has forged extensive collaborations with a diverse array of local and international institutions, actively engaging with various global federations. Noteworthy among the institutions and organizations with which TIA maintains collaborative ties are:

  1. MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation (MS TCDC) – Tanzania
  2. Institute for African Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences – Russia
  3. Global Education Link (GEL) – Tanzania
  4. Inter University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) – Rwanda
  5. Vytautas Magnus University – Lithuania
  6. Tanzania Agricultural Research Institute (TARI) – Tanzania
  7. Mount Kenya University – Kenya
  8. Chandigarh University – India
  9. Sharda University – India
  10. Pandit Deendayal Energy University – India
  11. V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University – Ukraine
  12. Lovely Professional University – India
  13. Maharishi Markandeshwar University – India
  14. Sumy State University – Ukraine
  15. Mananga Centre for Regional Integration and Management Development – Eswatini
  16. The Eastern Africa Statistical Centre (EASTC) – Tanzania

Establishing partnerships with both domestic and international institutions stands as a pivotal cornerstone of TIA’s endeavors. These collaborative ventures play a vital role in augmenting TIA’s global standing, fostering academic and professional exchanges, and harnessing the wealth of expertise and knowledge housed within these institutions. Through the cultivation of a collaborative ethos, TIA enhances its educational offerings, provides students with a spectrum of learning prospects, and actively contributes to the worldwide academic community.

This collaborative effort involves:

  • Coordinating joint workshops, conferences, seminars, and symposia, and co-authoring publications for esteemed peer-reviewed scientific journals, including those indexed in the Web of Science and Scopus databases.
  • Collaboratively participating in international grant programs and projects, disseminating the outcomes, and ensuring their sustained impact. Whenever feasible, seeking third-party funding to bolster joint initiatives.
  • Collaboratively crafting successful grant proposals for projects, and embracing any other mutually beneficial pursuits as they emerge.

In essence, TIA’s robust network of collaborative associations facilitates the exchange of knowledge, enriches the educational experience for students, and reinforces its active role within the global academic landscape.


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