Recent Partners in Research

UDBS collaborates with several local and international partners in: post-graduate training; research programmes; curriculum development; infrastructure development; outreach programmes; development of incubation facility; student and staff exchange; exchange of learning materials; and project management. Some key partners of UDBS are as follows;

  • UMEA Business School - staff development and research cooperation, started in 1997 (active)
  • School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg – student exchange, Curriculum development, PhD training and research, started in 2009: 5 years
  • Copenhagen Business School – research cooperation, started in 2009:
  • Jonkoping International Business School, Jonkoping University – Joint teaching and research, started in 2009: 5 years
  • Colombia Business School – training, research and capacity building, started in 2008:
  • Nottingham Business School, Nottingham with Department of Finance and Accounting – Short-term visits and staff development, started in 1998: 3 years (Active)
  • AALBORG, Demark - research cooperation, started in 2009
  • Kofi Annan Business school – staff development and research cooperation, started 2007
  • Chalmers University of Technology – staff development and research cooperation, started in 1995 (active)
  • University of Helsinki –research cooperation, started in 2007: 5 years
  • NETTEL@AFRICA Capacity-Building Programme – Staff/student Exchange and Joint Research, started in Jan, 2004: 3 years (Active)
  • University of Leuven – Staff training and joint research, started in 2002 (renewed)
  • Molde University, Norway – Staff development and joint teaching programme, started in 2006: 5 years
  • Goldmansachs – women Enterprises Empowerment, started in 2008
  • University of Stirling – research cooperation, started in 2006 (active)

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University of Dar es Salaam Business School,
P.O. Box 35046. Dar es Salaam Tanzania

+ 255 22 2410006,

+ 255 22 2410510

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