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University of Dar es Salaam, School of Law

The Faculty of Law of the then University of East Africa was founded in 1961 with the aim of  ducating lawyers for the closely cooperating East African countries of Kenya, Tanganyika, Uganda and Zanzibar. It has an excellent reputation in the region and therefore attracts students from all East African Community Partner States and Southern Sudan. 

University of Bayreuth, Faculty of Law, Business and Economics

The University of Bayreuth is one of Germany’s leading universities in the field of African Studies with a strong interdisciplinary focus in its scientific work. Research and teaching in law in the context of African Studies plays a special role at the University of Bayreuth. This concept is unique in Germany and can look back on a long tradition spanning many years. www.uni-bayreuth.deThe University of Bayreuth is one of Germany’s leading universities in the field of African Studies with a strong interdisciplinary focus in its scientific work. Research and teaching in law in the context of African Studies plays a special role at the University of Bayreuth. This concept is unique in Germany and can look back on a long tradition spanning many years.

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

TGCL has been a beneficiary of substantial funding from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) from 2008 to 2022. This long-standing financial support has been instrumental in sustaining the center's activities, including research programs, academic exchanges, and capacity-building initiatives. The DAAD's consistent backing has facilitated the growth and success of TGCL, enabling it to fulfill its mission of advancing legal scholarship and promoting regional integration in the Eastern African region through international collaboration and academic excellence.

Hanns-Seidel Foundation

In 2023, TGCL has partnered with the Hanns-Seidel Foundation, with which it has agreed on a Memorandum of Understanding that facilitates a partial funding of selected TGCL scholars through 2024. By fostering collaborations and encouraging the exchange of knowledge, the financial assistance provided by the Hanns-Seidel Foundation sets the stage for an optimistic future, which will be characterized by expanded outreach and the potential for substantial advancements in the areas of research and academic excellence. 


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