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Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by cconcept: 7:38am On Feb 19, 2015
Please what is the current cost of medical and x/ray by Lagos clinics for INZ in respect of student visa application?
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by solomoncater: 8:50pm On Feb 19, 2015
switesthart:

Am not bent on doing taught master, that's y am on here to get as much info as possible

Please do masters by research you have more benefits... but if you have enough funds then do by coursework.
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by switesthart(f): 9:59pm On Feb 19, 2015
solomoncater:


Please do masters by research you have more benefits... but if you have enough funds then do by coursework.

Pls wats d approximate cost of a master by research programm. Nd shebi I will still need d 15k dollars to apply for visa?
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by solomoncater: 12:40am On Feb 20, 2015
switesthart:

Pls wats d approximate cost of a master by research programm. Nd shebi I will still need d 15k dollars to apply for visa?

Approx. NZD 29,000 and yes you will need 15k minimum for visa application
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by switesthart(f): 9:20pm On Feb 22, 2015
solomoncater:
Finally got the visa after 15 days.

Hi @ solomoncater, did u apply for ur NZ visa in naija or did u av to travel all d way to SA. Ur response will be appreciated. Cheers
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by nero1990: 10:03pm On Feb 22, 2015
Haustraliah:
I think i can help,getting Newzealand PR is by studies.but there tuition are expensive.the best way is to apply for vocational programe,with this u will get an aceptance letter and apply for visa.vocational tuition ranges from 2000 dollars and above,its affordable to pay.since it cheapest,and u will later apply to a university if u wish,mind you with PR,your tuition will be cheaper.my Uncle is there and currently schooling in Aoraki polytechnic,he operates an restorant.hes married to a korean.well,thats wat he did.mind you,NEWZEALAND visa is easy,but full of stress.ask any questions,am here to reply.

brother please can you give me a link with which I can apply for a vocational course there.thanks
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by Yaasir(m): 11:47pm On Feb 22, 2015
Hello Solomoncater,
Pls, i need your advice concerning my issue. I am employed in nigeria, with 6-digit salary. I desire to move my family abroad for the sake of growing up in a nice environment and job opportunity. I see NZ as a likely destination but i need to know the best option to enter the country and work. Presently, i work with FMCG but will be moving to banking by next month. Will it be easy to just write their professional examination and start looking for job or just consider schooling. At times, i feel like sending my wife their since she is not working presently and join them later when she is fully established. I have a B.Sc in Accounting with 2 professional qualifications. Kindly advise me. I want the option with better chance of success and likely time lag.

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Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by solomoncater: 8:29pm On Feb 23, 2015
switesthart:

Hi @ solomoncater, did u apply for ur NZ visa in naija or did u av to travel all d way to SA. Ur response will be appreciated. Cheers

You don't need to travel to apply for your visa. just send everything via DHL. including hard copy of your passport. processing time takes about 15-20 days.

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Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by solomoncater: 8:39pm On Feb 23, 2015
Yaasir:
Hello Solomoncater,
Pls, i need your advice concerning my issue. I am employed in nigeria, with 6-digit salary. I desire to move my family abroad for the sake of growing up in a nice environment and job opportunity. I see NZ as a likely destination but i need to know the best option to enter the country and work. Presently, i work with FMCG but will be moving to banking by next month. Will it be easy to just write their professional examination and start looking for job or just consider schooling. At times, i feel like sending my wife their since she is not working presently and join them later when she is fully established. I have a B.Sc in Accounting with 2 professional qualifications. Kindly advise me. I want the option with better chance of success and likely time lag.

Hi Bro.. i will give you the straight forward answer. Based on your field i am not really sure about the job market here. You can try to pay for her Masters degree by Research which will allow here work full time while studying. You can go through their shortage skill list (Google it) and see what professions they need here. Engineering is the Ish here and if you are in the construction industry it is a very big bonus. If you really want to move i will advice you run a Masters degree course in Nigeria (part time) even if it is a private uni when you are sure about the time frame. after that you can do your PhD here which will allow you work full time and you can bring your whole family here with your Visa.

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Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by justwise(m): 12:15pm On Mar 08, 2015
@solomoncater

Agency activists is not allowed here, help people openly here if you can, no email me or call me for more details.

Thanks

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Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by solomoncater: 7:55am On Mar 09, 2015
justwise:


@solomoncater

Agency activists is not allowed here, help people openly here if you can, no email me or call me for more details.

Thanks

So can people paste their transcripts on this forum? "THINK BEFORE YOU TALK".
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by justwise(m): 8:14am On Mar 09, 2015
solomoncater:


So can people paste their transcripts on this forum? "THINK BEFORE YOU TALK".

Nothing to think about here, no agent ''runs'' will be allowed here.

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Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by Nobody: 11:30am On Apr 10, 2015
Hello all

Just wondering if anyone knows if school aged children(primary school) of international students ( on either BSc , PGD or Masters by coursework)
are required to pay tution fees for tehir primary education.

If yes, how much?

are they required to pay in full prior to the grant of the Visa?
thanks
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by straneur(m): 6:35pm On Apr 27, 2015
nikky2015:
Hello all

Just wondering if anyone knows if school aged children(primary school) of international students ( on either BSc , PGD or Masters by coursework)
are required to pay tution fees for tehir primary education.

If yes, how much?

are they required to pay in full prior to the grant of the Visa?
thanks

No, its free but parents are encourage to donate
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by Nobody: 12:31am On May 03, 2015
nero1990:


brother please can you give me a link with which I can apply for a vocational course there.thanks
martin hautus institute.

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Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by chuksey1(m): 8:08pm On Aug 03, 2015
solomoncater:


Approx. NZD 29,000 and yes you will need 15k minimum for visa application

pls re you saying if i am to do my phd which is for a period of 3years, that with a minimum of 15000 NZD living stipend for a year i would be qualified for a student visa?
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by judebebo: 10:43pm On Aug 08, 2015
Is there any scholarship opportunity for PhD students in new Zealand?
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by Ayesa: 1:32pm On Aug 09, 2015
Good day
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by Ayesa: 1:36pm On Aug 09, 2015
Good day, please I would like to know how to go about a PhD in civil engineering admission with respect to composite materials as earlier mentioned in this forum. Thanks
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by Truth234(m): 12:59pm On Aug 10, 2015
judebebo:
Is there any scholarship opportunity for PhD students in new Zealand?

Yes but you have to go through their website for their requirements.
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by Truth234(m): 1:00pm On Aug 10, 2015
Ayesa:
Good day, please I would like to know how to go about a PhD in civil engineering admission with respect to composite materials as earlier mentioned in this forum. Thanks

Contact the guy that posted it, its been awhile he visited this thread but send him an email.
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by Truth234(m): 2:08pm On Aug 10, 2015
chuksey1:


pls re you saying if i am to do my phd which is for a period of 3years, that with a minimum of 15000 NZD living stipend for a year i would be qualified for a student visa?

Yes but after paying your school fess.
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by samuelkingz(m): 9:22pm On Aug 22, 2015
samuelkingz:
..pls i wld lyk to ask a few ques here..i studied mass comm here in nig..re dere chances for me dere? To major in advertising nd public relations also can one do 2 to 3 jobs?is dier pay able to cater for ones need ova dere and dat of family in nigeria?hope to hear frm u soon....
pls ur advise is greatly needed...thanks
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by solomoncater: 4:38am On Sep 21, 2015
Ayesa:
Good day, please I would like to know how to go about a PhD in civil engineering admission with respect to composite materials as earlier mentioned in this forum. Thanks

Hello All... Its been a while i visited this forum and will like to stress that "PLEASE! PLEASE!! PLEASE!!! I AM NOT COLLECTING MONEY FROM ANYBODY ".

Ayesa: I have a good relationship with a Professor in the Chemical and Materials department at Uni of Auckland (The department deals more on composite materials). I am sure with my reference he will be happy to take you as we are good friends. However, I do not know anything about you so it will be best to talk more about your research proposal. If you are Ok talking about yourself and dropping a copy of your transcript here, then you are happy to do so. I will not want some "Lame" people here saying i am referring you to my email because i want recharge card money.

Please be straight forward when you ask me any questions as i get heaps of emails daily and will not be able to do any research to answer your questions.

Thank you.
Re: General New Zealand Student Enquires by favouredme: 2:46pm On Oct 07, 2015
Hello Solomoncaster

Hello

I recently got an admission to study nursing in NZ ,I did my Bsc and PGD in the UK

I have read through the immigration website but uncertain about the following, I wonder if you will be kind enough to shed some light?

1) If the spouse of international students studying for Bsc on the skills shortage list are eligible for work visa? If yes, what are the work rights attached to the work visa in question?

2) If the spouse of the international student in question is eligible for a visitor visa ( i.e in the event of ineligiblity for a work visa) , if yes, what are the work rights?

3) Are the children (primary school age) covered under the spouses' application ? or are they required to apply separately? If applying seperately, what type will each of the children apply for?

4) visa application costs

5) general job prospects, to keep body and soul together at the first in

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