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Tanzanian flag Embassy of Tanzania in Brussels

Address72 Avenue Franklin Roosevelt
1050 Bruxelles (Brussels)
Phonelocal: (02) 640.6500
international: +32.2.640.6500
Faxlocal: (02) 646.8026
international: +32.2.646.8026

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Sun, 22 Oct 2017 21:26 EDT
Free them.
Mon, 4 Jul 2016 14:47 EDT
It is my hope that you are doing fine, by little introduction am an Advanced Level graduate from Dar es salaam, Tanzania. I completed my Advanced Level from Milambo High School in Tabora, Tanzania and I mainly graduated in Natural Sciences ( Physics, Geography and Mathematics ( PGM ) ) on May this year of 2016. By nationality am a Tanzanian.
My main aim is a request for an opportunity to be selected for a scholarship for my High Education any University in Belgium with a full help for my bachelor degree and all this is due to lack of enough money to accomplish the payments and costs but with your help I real have a chance to continue.
For any contacts with me use this email fkashaigili@yahoo.com or via +255 754 360866 or +255 758 380628.
It is my hope that you will consider my request and I wish nice time.

Best regards,
John Felix.
Sat, 6 Feb 2016 06:02 EST
My name is Lucy, a Tanzanian who is currently looking for sponsors to study in Brussels. I have been selected to start my Masters degree in University of Kent Brussels campus on unconditional offer in Septemebr 2016. I was asking if there are scholarships for Tanzanians in your esteemed embassy, kindly avail details on how to apply for scholarships to study in Brussels. Thank you in advance.
Email: tayana90@yahoo.com
Wed, 2 Jul 2014 13:26 EDT
Hi sir/madam,... I'm a 23 yrs aged man currently living in Dar es salaam Tanzania and having completed my high school in 2013 with specialization in three subjects namely Physics,chemistry and Biology,I got the upper class A-level national exams results.Now I'm looking for scholarship in Belgian universities to pursue my undergraduate degree of medicine of which will be affordable by a normal Tanzanian citizen. I earlier tried to contact Ghant,KATHO and Catholic university of Leuven but I didn't manage it. NB;I'm ready to take my studies in any language. Please my fellow Tanzanians help and let me know if such chances happen and I may reach my dreams one day of saving Tanzanians lives. With thanks,my contacts
Mon, 30 Sep 2013 08:21 EDT
Dear sir or madam I want to help me to get visa I want come in u conrty
Thu, 26 Sep 2013 12:16 EDT
Asking for a trave document for Tanzania
Please Sir/ Madamme. Iam John E from Uganda originally. I would like to go to marry and live in Tanzania. Ihave been living in Holand for 10yrs and i have a Dutch permanent residece permit. I cnnot use thier travel document because i will be going a way for good. So i request a Tanzanian travel document for going to Tanzania. Iam going there to marry, a Tanzanian Lady and i will be taking care of myself and her,i may start a small business to earn a living. I wait for your kind consideration, thank you.Yours sincerely, John
Mon, 8 Jul 2013 06:11 EDT
I was not pleased with the way they work. I filled in the form at the ambassy, so I was sure I did everything right, afterwards they said it was not filled in properly. I also had to send my flight reservation by email. They never did anything with this, because they did not put this in my "file" and so again they complained about this and made a huge problem out of this (after they already made the visum).

You get a small paper (2 cm x 2 cm)for picking it up again and as prove you paid 50 eur. Somebody else picked it up for me, but apparently I had to wright a letter for permission... It was not clear, and it's not standard procedure I think. It's just making a problem out of everything! But eventually they just gave the person my visum.... So they just try to make it more difficult than it is!

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