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Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Chrisbella24(f): 8:28am On Oct 26
Tabasco23:
hardly come online on this site, so how bout you give me your number and I send you the details


You would have just Quoted me with the Details So others can learn too not everyone likes to give their Contact out like that.


If you feel like you don't want to share it, then it fine.

Nobody will beat you.

Have a great week.
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Pouweh(f): 9:51am On Oct 26
Chrisbella24:



You would have just Quoted me with the Details So others can learn too not everyone likes to give their Contact out like that.


If you feel like you don't want to share it, then it fine.

Nobody will beat you.

Have a great week.





hey let me help
the scholarship is called "Korean government scholarship (kgsp) its both for undergraduate and masters.
for undergraduate the time to apply. its between September_November for you to submit your files to the Korean embassy in either Lagos or Abuja
while the time to apply for masters is February_may i guess . there are requirements for you to submit and there are lots of benefits for the successful candidate
and you can also visit their website
www.studyinkorea.com for more info



And there is AMA plus for artistic student both masters and undergraduate in korea national university of art which will start next year February_ may and it also have lots of benefit too

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Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 10:01am On Oct 26
Chrisbella24:



You would have just Quoted me with the Details So others can learn too not everyone likes to give their Contact out like that.


If you feel like you don't want to share it, then it fine.

Nobody will beat you.

Have a great week.
actually no, I just really don't come on nairaland much..... But if you wanna go that way go off, I wasn't asking for your number for some other reason
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 10:09am On Oct 26
Pouweh:






hey let me help
the scholarship is called "Korean government scholarship (kgsp) its both for undergraduate and masters.
for undergraduate the time to apply. its between September_November for you to submit your files to the Korean embassy in either Lagos or Abuja
while the time to apply for masters is February_may i guess . there are requirements for you to submit and there are lots of benefits for the successful candidate
and you can also visit their website
www.studyinkorea.com for more info



And there is AMA plus for artistic student both masters and undergraduate in korea national university of art which will start next year February_ may and it also have lots of benefit too
I do not recommend Lagos, it takes less time in Abuja
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 10:20am On Oct 26
Pouweh:






hey let me help
the scholarship is called "Korean government scholarship (kgsp) its both for undergraduate and masters.
for undergraduate the time to apply. its between September_November for you to submit your files to the Korean embassy in either Lagos or Abuja
while the time to apply for masters is February_may i guess . there are requirements for you to submit and there are lots of benefits for the successful candidate
and you can also visit their website
www.studyinkorea.com for more info



And there is AMA plus for artistic student both masters and undergraduate in korea national university of art which will start next year February_ may and it also have lots of benefit too

Date - classification

February – May 2020 - Open call for submission

31st May 2020 - Application Deadline

July 2020 - Notification of Admissions Decision

31st October 2020 - Entry into Korea

November 2020-February 2021 - Pre-Course: Korean Language Training

February 2021 - Matriculation Ceremony
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 10:24am On Oct 26
Classification - Information

Airfare - The grantees will receive an airplane ticket between their country and Korea economy class, for entrance and graduation

Monthly Allowance - 800,000won(KRW) per month

Korean Language Training - 4-month intensive language training before entrance-full coverage

Tuitions - Full coverage(regular semesters only)

Medical Insurance - Limited coverage
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Pouweh(f): 10:42am On Oct 26
Tabasco23:
I do not recommend Lagos, it takes less time in Abuja

did you apply this year ?
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Ibks100(m): 11:09am On Oct 26
Tabasco23:

Date - classification

February – May 2020 - Open call for submission

31st May 2020 - Application Deadline

July 2020 - Notification of Admissions Decision

31st October 2020 - Entry into Korea

November 2020-February 2021 - Pre-Course: Korean Language Training

February 2021 - Matriculation Ceremony

Do you have people that have benefited?
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by ananne: 3:42pm On Oct 26
My wife's brother lives in South Korea. He is married to a South Korean woman for about 4 years now.b

My wife's mother was able to attend their wedding. They applied to the embassy and we're granted a three months visa.


My wife and I have been looking at options to relocate.

I know we can easily get a tourist visa because her brother is a legal resident there.


But is South Korea a good place for one to live and work?

Aside the factory..does it mean blacks can't find good professional jobs?

Is it easy to get a work visa even though one entered via a tourist visa?

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Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Chrisbella24(f): 4:24pm On Oct 26
Pouweh:






hey let me help
the scholarship is called "Korean government scholarship (kgsp) its both for undergraduate and masters.
for undergraduate the time to apply. its between September_November for you to submit your files to the Korean embassy in either Lagos or Abuja
while the time to apply for masters is February_may i guess . there are requirements for you to submit and there are lots of benefits for the successful candidate
and you can also visit their website
www.studyinkorea.com for more info



And there is AMA plus for artistic student both masters and undergraduate in korea national university of art which will start next year February_ may and it also have lots of benefit too


Your head is there.

God bless you.

Thank you very much
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 11:31pm On Oct 26
Ibks100:


Do you have people that have benefited?
sorry something happened to my account I couldn't qoute, yeah my cousin tho his was kgsp-u not AMA
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 11:36pm On Oct 26
Pouweh:


did you apply this year ?
no, because I didn't have my highschool diploma with me
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 11:40pm On Oct 26
ananne:
My wife's brother lives in South Korea. He is married to a South Korean woman for about 4 years now.b

My wife's mother was able to attend their wedding. They applied to the embassy and we're granted a three months visa.


My wife and I have been looking at options to relocate.

I know we can easily get a tourist visa because her brother is a legal resident there.


But is South Korea a good place for one to live and work?

Aside the factory..does it mean blacks can't find good professional jobs?

Is it easy to get a work visa even though one entered via a tourist visa?
south Korea is a great place to live, great environment and people, I don't think there's much racism, I didn't experience any form of racism
Now about work I don't know I just went there as a tourist
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by 4everEdward(m): 9:14am On Oct 27
ananne:
My wife's brother lives in South Korea. He is married to a South Korean woman for about 4 years now.b

My wife's mother was able to attend their wedding. They applied to the embassy and we're granted a three months visa.


My wife and I have been looking at options to relocate.

I know we can easily get a tourist visa because her brother is a legal resident there.


But is South Korea a good place for one to live and work?

Aside the factory..does it mean blacks can't find good professional jobs?

Is it easy to get a work visa even though one entered via a tourist visa?


I applied a conference visa but I got denied I don’t know why
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Pouweh(f): 9:41am On Oct 27
Tabasco23:
no, because I didn't have my highschool diploma with me
OK are you going to apply again
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Pouweh(f): 9:44am On Oct 27
ananne:
My wife's brother lives in South Korea. He is married to a South Korean woman for about 4 years now.b

My wife's mother was able to attend their wedding. They applied to the embassy and we're granted a three months visa.


My wife and I have been looking at options to relocate.

I know we can easily get a tourist visa because her brother is a legal resident there.


But is South Korea a good place for one to live and work?

Aside the factory..does it mean blacks can't find good professional jobs?

Is it easy to get a work visa even though one entered via a tourist visa?

the people that have gone there will be in a big position to answer but they don't post anything on this thread.
so i advice you seek counsel from your brother in law who stays there .
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 10:43am On Oct 27
Pouweh:

OK are you going to apply again
yes
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Ibks100(m): 4:14pm On Oct 29
Tabasco23:
sorry something happened to my account I couldn't qoute, yeah my cousin tho his was kgsp-u not AMA

Ok
What's the difference?
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 10:29am On Oct 31
Ibks100:


Ok
What's the difference?
let's just think of it as the AMA is for art students, tho the kgsp also offers art courses
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Ibks100(m): 11:02am On Oct 31
Tabasco23:
let's just think of it as the AMA is for art students, tho the kgsp also offers art courses

Do you have the site link, so I can research extensively on it

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Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 2:57pm On Oct 31
Ibks100:


Do you have the site link, so I can research extensively on it
crap, I deleted my history but search topikguide
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Ibks100(m): 9:54pm On Oct 31
Tabasco23:
crap, I deleted my history but search topikguide

Gracias
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by temmyj(f): 6:36pm On Nov 01
Tabasco23:
south Korea is a great place to live, great environment and people, I don't think there's much racism, I didn't experience any form of racism
Now about work I don't know I just went there as a tourist
Kindly check your inbox please
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 6:40pm On Nov 01
temmyj:

Kindly check your inbox please
does it go to spam, cause I'm not seeing it
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by temmyj(f): 10:36pm On Nov 01
Tabasco23:
does it go to spam, cause I'm not seeing it
Have sent it again or can you please drop your email or send me a message via pyarconsult17@gmail.com please
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Ibks100(m): 10:38pm On Nov 01
temmyj:

Have sent it again or can you please drop your email or send me a message via pyarconsult17@gmail.com please

You can drop it here if you feel it's beneficial for all of us
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Nobody: 1:38am On Nov 02
temmyj:

Have sent it again or can you please drop your email or send me a message via pyarconsult17@gmail.com please
ok
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by temmyj(f): 2:11am On Nov 02
Tabasco23:
ok
Thank you
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Cousin9999: 2:21am On Nov 02
ananne:
But is South Korea a good place for one to live and work?

No.

Aside the factory..does it mean blacks can't find good professional jobs?

They're racist and almost completely ignorant about the world outside their country. What do you think?

Is it easy to get a work visa even though one entered via a tourist visa?

No.

It's not a place you want to be unless you have no standards, or you're really dumb and don't know the difference.
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Pouweh(f): 9:26am On Nov 02
Cousin9999:


No.



They're racist and almost completely ignorant about the world outside their country. What do you think?



No.

It's not a place you want to be unless you have no standards, or you're really dumb and don't know the difference.



Gosh are you that jobless, why are you always talking trash about countries you've never been too like i don't understand you ohh guy

abeg leave this trend
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by Pouweh(f): 9:27am On Nov 02
Ibks100:

Do you have the site link, so I can research extensively on it
go to goggle and type study in korea, you will see their site
Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by temmyj(f): 11:59am On Nov 02
Tabasco23:
ok
Please it's urgent

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