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Signing of Framework of Reference with Tangaza University College

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)

ASEC signed a framework of reference with Tangaza University College, marking the third partnership in higher education for the ASEC program.

Sr. Jane Wakahiu, ASEC Executive Director and Fr. Steven Payne, Principal of Tangaza University College sign the Framework of Reference for cooperation on July 29, 2013

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ASEC signed a framework of reference with Tangaza University College, a constituent college of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) on July 29, 2013 marking the third partnership in higher education for the ASEC program.

To begin, Tangaza University College will offer a one-year diploma program in Leadership and Management to sisters who have graduated from SLDI, offering them credit for the work they have undergone, and providing the opportunity for sisters to receive their diplomas in one year as opposed to two years.

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