At CBE, we understand the unique needs of international students, and we are committed to providing a supportive and enriching environment for your academic journey. Our services for international students include:

1. Accommodation
The College has a limited number of rooms in its hostels. To secure accommodation at the College Hostels, students must complete registration then request for the same Online (through CoSIS). After approval of the request in the system, Students are required to report to the Dean of Students’ office to secure accommodation note. After that the student is given an invoice and she/he can pay the due through bank.
Due to limited number of rooms at the College Hostel, rooms are allocated to students on the first-come, first-served basis. However, together with the first-come first-serve basis approach, priority in room allocation is given to our international students.
If you opt to not be accommodated at our hostels, the College has entered into agreement with external accommodation providers (private owned hostels) within the neighborhood of the College. The information about the private owned hostels is readily available upon request. However, students are advised to visit the hostels before confirmation of any booking. For any problem regarding accommodation, the Dean of Students’ Office will be there to assist.

2. Library
The mission of the College of Business Education library is to enrich the learning, teaching, and research journey of our college community in today’s digital world. The college’s library is a valuable resource for your academic journey. We offer:]
A physical library filled with different collections of materials which may be visited from 8.00 a.m. -to 9.00 p.m. from Monday to Friday and 8.00 a.m. -to 4.00 p.m. on Saturday.
Access to e-resources through various databases. Visit 
Expert assistance from our librarian, reachable at: 
3. Transportation
Navigating the city of Dar es Salaam is made easy with a range of transportation options:
·      Public buses (daladalas) and rapid transit buses (mwendokasi) provide affordable city transportation.
·      Taxis, including Uber, Bolt, Taxify, and licensed taxis, are readily available at reasonable prices.
·      Ferries offer a scenic way to cross the harbour.

Students and staff exchange
1. Short-term courses: for information on our short courses please visit 
2. Full-degree study: to see all full degrees offered please visit 
3. Research: to read our research agenda please visit 
Our partnership team.
Our dedicated partnership team works to establish purposeful collaborations with international institutions, universities, and organizations. We are committed to promoting internationalization within and beyond CBE.
To learn more about how to establish a formal partnership with CBE or to visit our campus, please email 
Our global network
Explore our global network of collaborations with various institutions:
1. Association of African Universities (AAU)- 
2. Enlargen University- 
3. Malawi University (UNIMA)- 
4. Riga Technical University (RTU)- 
5. Rhodes University- 
6. Stockholm University, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, The Swedish Programme for ICT in Developing Regions (SPIDER)- 
7. Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (SWUFE)- 
8. University of Eastern Finland (UEF)-