Alumni Invitation & Registration

The Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) first Convocation Committee 2016 would like to invite its esteemed Alumni to come together and commemorate its inauguration that is planned to take place on the 1st December 2016 at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences – Graduation Square.

The term “Convocation” signifies the whole body of all graduates of the University and the management of MUHAS continues to specify that its graduates form a constituent part of the University as Alumni. The MUHAS Convocation is a statutory organ established under article 23 of the MUHAS Charter, 2007. The aim of the Convocation is to bring together its members and provide avenues for graduates to retain their links with the University and its faculties and schools, to provide feedback to the University on matters of concern to graduates and to foster the advancement and recognition of the University.  Linkage between the Committee of Convocation and the newly formed Alumni Council will provide an important route for graduate input to the advancement of the University.

Some of the first activities of the Convocation include a symposium whose theme is “The past, present and the future of Health Sciences training and Services in Tanzania” and the first annual general meeting of Alumni. The programme of future meetings of the Convocation Committee and contact details are included on this website.

MUHAS Convocation Committee would like to invite all Alumni to get in touch by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and provide your contact details (email, telephone, place of work, social media contacts) and your current formal name. 

Thanking you all for your continued cooperation.

Click here to download the Registration Form

Membership Information

Convocation

The Convocation of muhas was established on 2013, charged with functions as summarized below: Maintaining a Convocation roll of the names of all persons who are members of the Convocation, namely senior officers of the University past and present, all academic staff - past and present - , current senior administrative staff, and all alumni of the University; Discussing any matter within the sphere and competence of the University; and Maintaining dialogue with the government on matters of social, economic and other concern to the welfare of the public.

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