HESLB Save 56,132 Allocated Loan for Student 2023-24 (Waliopata Mkopo) Academic Year

HESLB Save 56,132 Allocated Loan for Student 2023-24 (Waliopata Mkopo) Academic Year

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On Friday, October 20th, 2023 The Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) released the First Batch today (Friday, October 20, 2023), with 56,132 Bachelor degree students receiving loans totaling TZS 159.7 billion for the academic year 2023/2024.

Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB)

According to HESLB Executive Director Abdul-Razaq Badru, 32,264 (57%) of the allocated students are male and 23,868 (43%) are female, and that beginning today, each of the students allocated loans can view their respective loan allocation amounts through the online Student’s Individual Personal Account (SIPA) they used during loan application.

“Students can get information about their loan application status through SIPA,” stated Badru during a press conference held at the HESLB Office in Dar es Salaam.

Badru stated that HESLB officers will be in Higher Education Institutions around the country beginning Monday, October 23rd, 2023 to manage the enrolling of allotted students into the payment system.

“For new students, as were advised when applying for loan, they should arrive at the universities or colleges they are admitted to with bank account numbers, available mobile phone numbers and they will be enrolled in our DiDiS (Digital Disbursement Solution) payment system after being registered the higher education institution,” said Badru.


Release of Batch Two

Regarding release of the list of the Batch Two, Badru said that, it will be announced on October 27th, 2023 after the ongoing loan application verification is completed and urged loan applicants to visit their SIPA accounts to get information about their applications.

“This first batch includes eligible needy students who have filled their applications correctly and have confirmed admission in one accredited university or college. We are completing verification of other applications and we will release the list of the second batch on October 27th, 2023,” explained Badru.

TZS 731 Billion has been budgeted for undergraduate students for 2023/2024

Badru added that the government has budgeted TZS 731 billion for loans to 220,376 students, among them, 75,000 students will be undergraduate first years admitted to pursue first degree and more than 145,376 students are continuing students at the same level.

Loans for Diploma and Samia Scholarship

Badru stated that applications for loans to diploma students, which will be provided for the first time this academic year, are presently being accepted online and that the window would conclude on October 22nd, 2023. Furthermore, until October 22nd, 2023, applications for ‘Samia Scholarship‘ chances for students with superior performance in science combinations are being accepted.

HESLB advises applicants for undergraduate loans, diploma loans, and ‘Samia Scholarship’ recipients for the 2023/2024 academic year to remain patient while verification and loan allocation to qualified students is underway.

Waliopata Mkopo HESLB Save 56132 Allocated Loan This information is also available in HESLB social media forums namely; Instagram, Facebook and X (former Twitter) by the name of HESLB Tanzania.

About: The Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) is a body corporate established under Act No.9 of 2004 (as amended in 2007, 2014 and 2016) with the objective of assisting needy and eligible Tanzania students to access loans and grants for higher education.


Heslb Contact

To Contact Heslb Huduma kwa wateja choose below in order to reach the help desk

Call Us: +255 22 286 4643

HESLB House, 1 Kilimo Street, TAZARA Area, Mandela Road,

P.O.Box 76068, 15471.

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm;
Sunday Closed

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