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How to get Law School loan from HESLB as a LLB graduate in Tanzania

Are you a LLB degree holder from Tanzania? Are you looking on how you can secure HESLB law school loan? HESLB loan for masters, HESLB loan for Law LLB student, HESLB loan for postgraduate students. Don’t worry in this article I’m going to show you how you can apply loan from HESLB. I will also show you requirements needed in order to get loan, what HESLB law school loan cover in Tanzania as well as other students who are eligible to receive loan from HESLB after completing undergraduate studies.

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According to HESLB guidelines of 2022/2023 the postgraduate students that can be offered loan from HESLB include;

(i) Post graduate students admitted at Law school of Tanzania
(ii) Postgraduate Students Admitted At The Nelson Mandela African
(iii) Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST)
(iv) Postgraduate Students (Academic Staff)

HESLB law school loan for Students admitted at Law School of Tanzania (LST)

Law School of Tanzania students who are eligible for loans in the
academic year 2022/2023 must meet the following conditions:
• Must fulfil the General Eligibility Criteria
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• Applicants must fulfill eligibility criteria specifc to the Postgraduate
applicants at Law School of Tanzania (LASCOT) which are: –
(i) Must have graduated (with LLB Degree) within Five (5) years
(that means from 2017 to 2021;)
(ii) Loans will be issued ONLY to NEEDY Applicants who were
previous loan beneficiaries.

Loans for Law School students shall be issued to cover two
items:
(i) Books and Stationery expenses;
(ii) Tuition Fees
(iii) Meals and Accommodation (MA)
The Board may provide loans for Meals, Accommodation and Incidentals at the rate of TZS 10,000/= per day while on
campus for theoretical instructions or in field for data collection.
(iv) Books and Stationery Expenses (BSE)
A maximum of TZS 500,000/= per annum for Books and Stationery may be granted to eligible students pursuing Masters and PHD.
(v) Tuition Fee (TF), HESLB may provide tuition fee loans at 100% rate based on
the rates charged by the respective Higher Education Institution.
(vi) Research Expenses (RE) HESLB may provide loans at 100% rate for Research expenses in all fields, based on the rates applicable at HLI as may be endorsed from time to time. Applicable rates include a maximum of TZS 2,000,000/= per annum for Master Degree programme and a maximum of TZS 5,000,000/= per annum for a PhD Degree programme.

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Other postgraduate students who can apply for HESLB loan include;

Not only law school students can benefit by getting law school loan from HESLB but also other carriers or student can apply HESLB loan after completing their first degree. The following are list of other students who can apply HeSLB loan;

Postgraduate Students Admitted At The Nelson Mandela African
Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST)

To strengthen national capacity in research, ICT and innovation; HESLB
issues loans to students admitted to pursue Master and PhD in Science
related programmes offered at the Nelson Mandela African Institution
of Science and Technology (NM-AIST).
Eligible students for loans for academic year 2022/2023, must fulfil
General Eligibility Criteria .

In addition, applicants must fulfill eligibility specifc requirements to
postgraduate applicants in the NM-AIST category: –
(i) Must have been admitted at the Nelson Mandela African
Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) to pursue
Master or PhD programme in one of the under listed priority
areas:
(a) Life Sciences;
(b) Mathematical & Computer Science Engineering;
(c) Information and Communication Science Engineering;
and
(d) Materials, Energy, Water and Environmental Sciences.
(ii) Must have been employees of Public Institutions and worked
for a minimum of two (2) years;
(iii) Must be guaranteed by their employers with respect to
repayment of the loans;
(iv) Must have started to repay their previous loans at least for an
unbroken period of twelve months, or a lump sum of twelve
instalments, if they were previous loan beneficiaries;
(v) Repayment for NM-AIST postgraduate students’ loans shall start
immediately upon completion of the rst year of study by
monthly instalments deducted by employers from beneficiary’s
salary and remitted to HESLB.

Postgraduate Students

Eligible students for loans for the academic year 2022/2023, admitted to
pursue Postgraduate Degree Programmes must fulfill the General Eligibility.

Postgraduate Students (Academic Staff)

In addition to the General Eligibility Criteria, applicants in this category
must fulfill eligibility criteria specifc to Postgraduate applicants’, which
are:-
(i) Must hold a first Degree or an Advanced Diploma, with a
minimum of Upper Second Class (for applicants pursuing
Master Degrees) or Master Degree with minimum of Upper
Second Class (for applicants pursuing PhD degrees);
(ii) Must be academic members of staff, admitted to pursue
postgraduate studies on fulltime basis, at an accredited Higher
Education Institution in Tanzania;
(iii) Must have been officially nominated by the employer, and
obtained endorsement from the Vice
Chancellor/Principal/Provost/Rector of the respective
institution;
(iv) Must have started to repay their previous loans at least for an
unbroken period of twelve months, or a lump sum of the same
instalments if was previous loans beneficiary; and
(v) The employer must have signed the Financing Agreement
between Higher Education Students’ Loans Board and
respective Higher Education Institution.

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