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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

COLLEGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM

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UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM

The ETE department envisions to become a leading centre of excellence in training, research and consultancy
in Computer Science and its application in socio-economic development.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

Diversity of our students, staff, and administrators foster the rich variety of experiences, perspectives,
and talents to the department as essential to our strength as an academic unit.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

Our students graduate with the ability to apply knowledge and skills from their core education and disciplinary training in their lives, careers,
and continuing education because our instruction is designed to encourage applied learning.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

The department values scholarship and support our students to achieve excellence in learning and research necessary to
address societal challenges and contribute to the welfare of the nation, the region, and the world.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

We are producing graduates with ethical behaviour and critical thinking modelled in their speech and actions as responsible
professionals in the computing field.

Welcome to ETE Department

Welcome to the Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering Department (ETE) website. Here you will learn more about us, particularly, about our undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes; short courses we provide; our research and consultancy activities; and the team of our academic, technical, and administrative staff.

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Dr Baraka J. Maiseli

Head of Department

Welcome to the Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering Department

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Postgraduate Programmes

Featured ETE Staff

Short Courses

Important Statistics

6

Postgraduate Programmes

3

Undergraduate programmes

16

Short Courses

482

Students

32

Academic Staff

5

Support Staff

Current Research and Innovation Projects