HESLB Loan Allocation second Batch 2023/2024 | Majina ya Waliopata Mkopo awamu ya pili, PDF Majina ya waliopata mikopo HESLB Second batch 2023/2024 awamu ya pili. Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) is an organization that gives HESLB loans, bursaries and scholarships for training at public institutes, which are recognized by the Ministry of Education of Tanzania.
HESLB Loan Allocation second Batch 2023/2024 | Majina ya Waliopata Mkopo awamu ya pili
Regarding the announcement of HESLB Second Batch 2023, Badru said it is scheduled to be released on 27 October 2023 after completing the ongoing application analysis and urging loan applicants to visit their SIPA accounts to get information about their applications.
How to check majina waliopata mkopo Awamu Ya Pili 2023/2024 (HESLB Second Batch)
When Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) release (majina waliopata mkopo 2023/2024 the list of students who have qualified for study loans for the 2023/2024 academic year. HESLB List of Successful Loan Beneficiaries will be available on the official website of HESLB www.heslb.go.tz.
HESLB Loan Allocation Status 2023/2024
SIPA Loan Allocation Status
The following below are the steps to view HESLB loan allocation;-
- After login in SIPA as instructed here you will see the following below dashboard
- To see your loan allocation click on SIPA as shown in red arrow above
- Then click on allocation
- Select specific academic year for example 2023/2024
- The click search where you will see your allocation status as shown below
What to do if you are not located for loan..?
If you will not be succeed to get loan when names released don’t give up because there is a lot of students in Tanzania Universities study without HESLB loan. Thus have time to participate your parents and other relatives so as they can get prepared to take you University for their own cost.
But there will be HESLB appeal window for those who didn’t not allocated for loan though have all qualifications or criteria. You can take this opportunity to appeal so as you can get allocated for loan.