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Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by EKENEEKEN: 2:00am On Aug 27
You are very prompt in answering questions. U are good. cheers



dahonestboss:


I don't think transfer/exchange is available to Post graduate, Msc or PhD students to other countries, never heard of it before but I stand to be corrected.

But if there is any, you will need to apply as a fresh student coming to the country, and if you are already in the country with other immigration status and wish to extend or convert, its a matter of backing your application with relevant documents to support it.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by EKENEEKEN: 2:19am On Aug 27
I commend ur quick response to questions. I am looking for a school where i can study M.ENG in Chemical/process Engineering. Can u help? Any job prospect for Chemical engineer in Finland?
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by ceiling(m): 10:52pm On Aug 27
kofoironic:
My own na insurance wahala o. I bought mutual benefit insurance for 1 year. I have gone to complain to mutaul benefit, them all dey act confused. Like just write me a letter saying the insurance has no restriction... THEM DEY TELL ME SAY MAKE I BUY additional 1.5 years join am because my studies na for 2.5years. will buying a whole 2.5years insurance fix this?

see what Finnish immigration send me:
Insurance
7. Please supplement your application by sending us a new insurance certificate
OR an official letter from your insurance company guaranteeing that your insurace
does not have a restriction in the number of travel days within the period of validity
of your insurance.
The certificate of insurance must include the following:
- your personal details
- period of validity of the insurance
- area of validity of the insurance
- insurance coverage and benefit sums
- information about the deductible
Because the duration of your studies in Finland is at least two years, your
insurance must cover pharmaceutical expenses up to 30,000 euros. The
deductible on a student’s insurance can be 300 euros at most.
We need a new insurance certificate because your current insurance is most
probably valid only for 90/92 days per trip during the period of validity of
your insurance. Your insurance must cover you during your entire stay. Multi
Trip -type insurances ("Type of Entry - Multiple, in your insurance certificate)
usually always have a restriction in the number of travel days per trip.
For more information about the required insurance, please refer to our website
migri.fi.
  
   Please send the documents to the Finnish Immigration Service within two weeks
from the date of this letter. Send the requested documents from your Enter Finland
account. The Finnish Immigration Service will make a decision on your application
even if you do not send the documents within the given time limit. The absence of
documents may be to your disadvantage when your application is decided.
Pls local insurance institutions have these little problems that will affect u. dearly, same happened to me last yr I was advised to get an European (swisscare) which is abt 197e n am really enjoying heeding to that advice. awaiting my card though.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by ceiling(m): 10:57pm On Aug 27
anthochie:
Abeg..need advise
A friend applied for a vocational course at the Helsinki business college...and was placed on waiting list. She was however sent an acceptance letter on the 18th of July after which she gathered documents and applied on the 24th of July and got interview date on the 8th of August. She attended the interview successfully. The official resumption date for the program was 11th August which she couldn't meet up with based on when she got her own admission so she wrote the school informing them of the situation. The school is however saying if she does not resume on the 1st of September her study place will be revoked.
Based on migri processing times a decision will be made on the 8th. The personnel spoken to at the university isn't even considering the time line and processing times of migri...she just insisted that she has to resume on the first or loose her study place.
ADVISE GURUS IN THE HOUSE...thanks in advance
pls go on and apply for your permit. you will be granted and. can travel to Finland. She can apply apply again next for admission then use that. admission letter for permit extension or renewal.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by anthochie: 7:31am On Aug 28
ceiling:
pls go on and apply for your permit. you will be granted and. can travel to Finland. She can apply apply again next for admission then use that. admission letter for permit extension or renewal.
Thanks boss..
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by kofoironic: 11:34am On Aug 28
mavinc4u:


May be you should attach the pic and mask the vital part
I HAVE attached a copy of the insurance mutual benefit gave me.

Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by mavinc4u(f): 7:51pm On Aug 28
kofoironic:

I HAVE attached a copy of the insurance mutual benefit gave me.

Is the same thing or does it mean that they didn't see the multi entry there. May be you should try and send mutual benefit a mail stating the obvious and asked them to reply the mail as you intend to use it as an evidence you would submit to Finnish embassy. Health and travel insurance I know is always maximum of one year and can be renewed before the first one year elapsed. Where exactly did they see 90-92 days on the insurance? I think you need to point out how many days the insurance covers but also check those agreement statement at the back of the insurance cert to be sure there is nothing like that.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by Dude04(m): 6:28pm On Aug 29
kofoironic:

I HAVE attached a copy of the insurance mutual benefit gave me.
bros to avoid story that touch goan buy AIICO, me i buy AIICo twice, ur permit is already approved dont gv dm a reason to withdraw it. I suggest u get it this week, earlier the better.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by Dude04(m): 6:39pm On Aug 29
anthochie:
Abeg..need advise
A friend applied for a vocational course at the Helsinki business college...and was placed on waiting list. She was however sent an acceptance letter on the 18th of July after which she gathered documents and applied on the 24th of July and got interview date on the 8th of August. She attended the interview successfully. The official resumption date for the program was 11th August which she couldn't meet up with based on when she got her own admission so she wrote the school informing them of the situation. The school is however saying if she does not resume on the 1st of September her study place will be revoked.
Based on migri processing times a decision will be made on the 8th. The personnel spoken to at the university isn't even considering the time line and processing times of migri...she just insisted that she has to resume on the first or loose her study place.
ADVISE GURUS IN THE HOUSE...thanks in advance
She can have someone pay her registration fee as an attending student to secure her study place coz after the decision is made it will take atleast 1 week for the card to reach 9ja, she go cm use another 1 week prepare. Best option register as an attending student.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by kofoironic: 11:25am On Aug 30
mavinc4u:


Is the same thing or does it mean that they didn't see the multi entry there. May be you should try and send mutual benefit a mail stating the obvious and asked them to reply the mail as you intend to use it as an evidence you would submit to Finnish embassy. Health and travel insurance I know is always maximum of one year and can be renewed before the first one year elapsed. Where exactly did they see 90-92 days on the insurance? I think you need to point out how many days the insurance covers but also check those agreement statement at the back of the insurance cert to be sure there is nothing like that.

I had Mutual benefit write me a letter.
Thank you
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by oluolu23(m): 12:53pm On Aug 30
hello gurus in the house. you guys are doing a good job here. please I want to know if there's availability of jobs in Finland. it can be professional, menial or any other. please ur replies are important.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by anthochie: 5:50pm On Aug 30
oluolu23:
hello gurus in the house. you guys are doing a good job here. please I want to know if there's availability of jobs in Finland. it can be professional, menial or any other. please ur replies are important.
Yes there r. Getting a professional job might require fluent Finnish. However it's a lot easier to get professional jobs in the IT sector. Menial jobs such as cleaning.. dishwashing and paper delivery are more common and fairly easier to get.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by sobastical(m): 12:17pm On Aug 31
If you're close by connect
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by life4lekan2: 2:54pm On Aug 31
anthochie:

Yes there r. Getting a professional job might require fluent Finnish. However it's a lot easier to get professional jobs in the IT sector. Menial jobs such as cleaning.. dishwashing and paper delivery are more common and fairly easier to get.

I am planning to apply for Msc information security and cryptography. Since IT jobs are more easier guess I will work torwads it.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by mistytohcute(f): 6:54pm On Aug 31
is there truly free tuition

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Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by anthochie: 6:56pm On Aug 31
mistytohcute:
is there truly free tuition
Nope not any more for bachelors and masters programs however if u have good grades u could get a scholarship
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by mistytohcute(f): 7:15pm On Aug 31
anthochie:

Nope not any more for bachelors and masters programs however if u have good grades u could get a scholarship

just an average student
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by life4lekan2: 7:45pm On Aug 31
anthochie:

Nope not any more for bachelors and masters programs however if u have good grades u could get a scholarship
Can 2.1 get scholarship?
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by anthochie: 8:03pm On Aug 31
life4lekan2:

Can 2.1 get scholarship?
Only the schools can answer this question. However I've seen people with 2.1 get full to half scholarships. U would need to have strong IELTS, excellent motivation letter and super strong reference letters and the grace of God
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by life4lekan2: 8:47pm On Aug 31
anthochie:

Only the schools can answer this question. However I've seen people with 2.1 get full to half scholarships. U would need to have strong IELTS, excellent motivation letter and super strong reference letters and the grace of God

Thanks but is TOEFL not allowed?
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by anthochie: 10:05pm On Aug 31
life4lekan2:


Thanks but is TOEFL not allowed?
Absolutely it is...sorry I mentioned IELTS alone.there is a list of accepted English tests.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by life4lekan2: 10:14pm On Aug 31
anthochie:

Absolutely it is...sorry I mentioned IELTS alone.there is a list of accepted English tests.

Thanks. I will put in my application 1st of December and kindly check your email. I want to send you my contact for a chat.
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by anthochie: 10:02am On Sep 01
life4lekan2:


Thanks. I will put in my application 1st of December and kindly check your email. I want to send you my contact for a chat.
Best of luck with the application. If u wouldn't mind..u can post ur questions here and even more experienced peeps in the house could answer ur questions as well. New comers and even oldies may learn from the questions and answers. Just my take ohh. But if uv got like really private or personal questions. Then yeah please send ur contact and we could chat. Cheers

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Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by life4lekan2: 11:24am On Sep 01
anthochie:

Best of luck with the application. If u wouldn't mind..u can post ur questions here and even more experienced peeps in the house could answer ur questions as well. New comers and even oldies may learn from the questions and answers. Just my take ohh. But if uv got like really private or personal questions. Then yeah please send ur contact and we could chat. Cheers
Yeah bro, my questions might derail the purpose of this thread. So some are personal 0 7 0 6 9 0 1 4 7 6 1 please chat me up
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by SnazzyBaba: 3:51pm On Sep 01
ceiling:
RP granted! stamped and sealed. yours is next..

Congrats Bro. Your denial was painful last year. I salute ur courage n tenacity
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by ceiling(m): 9:51am On Sep 02
SnazzyBaba:


Congrats Bro. Your denial was painful last year. I salute ur courage n tenacity
Thanks bro, quitters never win. True African spirit. Where are u in Suomi

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Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by kingolaleks: 3:15pm On Sep 02
life4lekan2:

Can 2.1 get scholarship?
yes lapland university of applied science offers scholarship for all international student as long as they have accept you as a student.the scholarship covers 80% of the tuition fee for the first year and 60% for subsiquent years if you where able to make 55 credit in ur academic,the tution fee is 8000 euro(3,000,000 naira), so for first year you are to pay 1600 euro (600,000) which is cheap compared to other institute.

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Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by ifechez: 12:11am On Sep 04
Please house. I have my first degree in Environmental management. Kindly assist me in suggesting a good cheap school in Finland situation in nice city where I can do my Master's degree program in environmental related course. I will appreciate any help. Tanx
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by SnazzyBaba: 10:54am On Sep 04
ceiling:
Thanks bro, quitters never win. True African spirit. Where are u in Suomi


Indeed Bruv...
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by SnazzyBaba: 10:56am On Sep 04
kingolaleks:
yes lapland university of applied science offers scholarship for all international student as long as they have accept you as a student.the scholarship covers 80% of the tuition fee for the first year and 60% for subsiquent years if you where able to make 55 credit in ur academic,the tution fee is 8000 euro(3,000,000 naira), so for first year you are to pay 1600 euro (600,000) which is cheap compared to other institute.

Na Lapland you dey come?
Re: Studying In Finland (free Tuition) by SnazzyBaba: 10:57am On Sep 04
ifechez:
Please house. I have my first degree in Environmental management. Kindly assist me in suggesting a good cheap school in Finland situation in nice city where I can do my Master's degree program in environmental related course. I will appreciate any help. Tanx

You can search for related courses on stuyinfo.fi

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