Principal Welcome Note

Welcome to the College of Forestry Wildlife and Tourism (CFWT) at Sokoine University of Agriculture. The college provides quality education, research, outreach and consultancy services in forestry, wildlife, tourism, natural resources, recreation, hospitality and related fields.

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What we offer

The college offers both undergraduate and postgraduate training in the areas of forestry sciences, wildlife management, tourism and recreation with students coming from all over the country, other African countries and beyond the African continent.

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The College hosts Olmotonyi Training Forests in Arusha, Mazumbai Training Forest in Lushoto – Tanga, Ifinga Training Forest in Madaba – Songea, Botanical garden at Edward Moringe Campus, and Vuyisile Mini Furniture Factory

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Undergraduate, Postgraduate courses and Programmes

Bachelor Degree

The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism (CFWT) offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry, Bachelor of Wildlife Management, Bachelor of Tourism and Bachelor of Science in Wood Technologies and Value Addition

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Master Degree

The College offers Master of Science degrees in Forestry, Wildlife Management and Conservation, Forest Engineering, Management of Natural Resources, Forest Products and Technology, Agroforestry, Ecosystems Science and Management and many more

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The College offers PhD degree programmes by Research and Thesis in Forestry and Forest Sciences. Applications for PhD by Research and Thesis are received throughout the year and studies can commence at any time of the year once admission is granted 

Who we are, What we do, Our People, Our History and more
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The College is formed by six (6) Departments which are Department of Ecosystem and Conservation, Department of Tourism and Recreation, Department of Wildlife Management, Department of Forest Resources Assessment and Management, Department of Forest Technology and Wood Sciences, Department of Forest and Environment Economics

Staff Profiles

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The College has 77 academic staff among them 14 are Professors and 16 are Associate Professors. Students and all our clients benefit from education and expertise rooted in science and demand-driven curricula that have been built around an interdisciplinary and hands-on approach from our teaching and supporting staff who value academic excellence and diversity

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The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism through its staff conducts various research studies in the broad area of Forestry, Ecosystem and Conservation, Tourism and Recreation, Wildlife Management, Forest Resources Assessment and Management, Forest Technology and Wood Sciences, Forest and Environment Economics and more