dLab is delighted to introduce the Mahadia Tunga WiDS Fellowship, designed to empower aspiring female data scientists to pursue a Master’s degree in data science at the University of Dar es Salaam. This fellowship offers a unique opportunity to engage with global experts and take on real-world challenges in the field.
Since 2018, dLab has been granting up to five scholarships annually to exceptionally qualified candidates, enabling them to excel in the dynamic field of data science. This achievement has been made possible through collaboration with Women in Data Science Conference (WiDS), and the Data Collaboratives for Local Impact program (DCLI), with valuable support from PEPFAR funds. To date, dLab has provided scholarships to a total of 18 students, spanning the years from 2018 to 2022.
The scholarship covers tuition fees for two years.Tanzania Data Lab (dLab) aims to develop practical skills in advanced data analytics, visualization and other areas of data science sub-disciplines which are in high demand.