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The Faculty fosters critical thinking, cultural awareness, and a deep understanding of the human experience.

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FoHSS) is one of the three faculties of MUCE that was established in 2005/2006. It is the largest Faculty in the College comprised of three departments and one centre.

The Faculty has established bilateral inter-institutional agreements for learning mobility with prestigious universities such as the University of Economics and Innovation (WSEI), Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), and the University of Gothenburg. These collaborations enhance the academic experiences of both students and staff.

FoHSS is actively engaged in research, with a remarkable 13 ongoing research projects. Since its inception in 2005, the Faculty has contributed significantly to the academic community, producing over 250 publications.

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at MUCE is a dynamic academic unit offering a diverse array of degree programmes

News FoHSS

MUCE Welcomes Dr. Agnieszka Kuhnl-Kinel to Ignite New International Collaborations

The act of internationalization serves as a powerful symbol of the university's commitment to global engagement and intellectual curiosity. It represents a breaking of boundaries, both geographical and intellectual, embodying a quest for knowledge that transcends borders.

Promotion Announcement for Dr. Tiemo Haule and Dr. Edward Mgaya

We are pleased to announce the well-deserved promotion of Dr. Tiemo Haule and Dr. Edward Mgaya from Lecturer to Senior Lecturer.  Dr. Haule is a member of the Department of Geography and Economics and Dr. Mgaya belongs to the Department of History, Political Science and Development Studies.

Dr. Ponsiano Kanijo and his Team Launched their Breakthrough Research Project Worth 4.9 Million SEK at University of Gothenburg, Sweden

In a landmark event at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, on May 7, 2024, Dr. Ponsiano Kanijo (MUCE), alongside his esteemed team comprising Dr. Rasmus Bernander from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Prof. Maud Devos from the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Belgium, and Prof. Dr.

MUCE celebrated the 2024 Chinese Language Day with myriad of captivating performances

Mkwawa University college of Education (MUCE) hosted an event to commemorate the International Chinese Language Day, which was held on 23th April 2024. The event was attended by MUCE management, led by Prof. Deusdedit A. Rwehumbiza – MUCE Acting Principal, Dr. Zhang Xiaozhen - Chinese Director of the Confucius Institute and MUCE staff and students.

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