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Re: Polish Student Visa by necz: 10:59am On Jun 10
I don't have time for crackheads.

Like I said you can keep wallowing in your shallow thinking until you figure out where am chatting from.

They keep denying people like you because; You all don't listen to the truth.

Goodluck with your visa rejections and lastly sorry I'm a student just like everyone here. So keep on listening to your agents

Engrjamjam:
You're are the one rather wallowing in your shallow thinking!

Are you OK like this abi your head is paining!

Since they give visa to those who have complete documents why are you still in Nigeria?

Or you've travelled ni?

Cheap hungry Agents like you only lead people to problems.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by necz: 11:03am On Jun 10
Despite the high rejection rate. People still get VISA. Just try get the appropriate documents

judejamy:
Poland visa is quite difficult now due to some changes at the consular section. The rejection rate is high But regardless we move

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Re: Polish Student Visa by DAramis: 11:03am On Jun 10
Cmade1:
Hello i need help please . I am from Cameroon and am thinking of studying in Poland . I
I will be self sponsored. I have a budget of 8million CFA (approximately 12000€ ) for Cost of living for my 2 years
And 6million fcfa (9000€) for the 2 year masters program . I want to study management preferably in a public university
To be honest, if you have the amounts which you mentioned readily available (school fees and living allowance), just head to Germany.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Nobody: 11:08am On Jun 10
DAramis:

To be honest, if you have the amounts which you mentioned readily available (school fees and living allowance), just head to Germany.

Problem of language . I will have to learn German for 1 year . And Germany is still expensive . 20500 for caution for the 2 years . And small fees 2500 euros for 2 years .
Re: Polish Student Visa by iamadonis2(m): 11:10am On Jun 10
tobianodino:


This is false
I still did my last month
Even Legalization and English language proficiency certificate

Kindly acknowledge I typed Modified in that comment.
Re: Polish Student Visa by Nobody: 11:12am On Jun 10
DAramis:

To be honest, if you have the amounts which you mentioned readily available (school fees and living allowance), just head to Germany.

Problem of language . I will have to learn German for 1 year . And Germany is still expensive . 20500 for caution for the 2 years . And small fees 2500 euros for 2 years .
Re: Polish Student Visa by DAramis: 11:14am On Jun 10
Cmade1:


Problem of language . I will have to learn German for 1 year . And Germany is still expensive . 20500 for caution for the 2 years . And small fees 2500 euros for 2 years .
I don't know what the process is like in your country, but in Nigeria, all that is needed is 10,000 euros for living allowance. Most MSc and PhD courses are in English (You mentioned about going for Msc), while Bsc is strictly in German.

Flight money, documentation and the rest will cost little money. There is a high chances of getting part time job when compared with Poland (since classes maybe online).

The caution fee you mentioned is for what exactly? And the amount, is it in Euros?
Also, you will still need to learn Polish to fit in into their society. From information people have passed so far, Polish is even harder to learn than German.

In Poland, people that know English would be willing to speak with you (disregarding Polish), but such would never happen (to a greater extent) in Germany. They will tell you "no English" despite being able to speak such.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Khormzy1(f): 11:14am On Jun 10
Did anybody get appointment date today?

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Re: Polish Student Visa by iamadonis2(m): 11:14am On Jun 10
Engrjamjam:
You're are the one rather wallowing in your shallow thinking!

Are you OK like this abi your head is paining!

Since they give visa to those who have complete documents why are you still in Nigeria?

Or you've travelled ni?

Cheap hungry Agents like you only lead people to problems.

Okay your angle is we shouldn't try Poland again? Let's get your point clearly please?
Re: Polish Student Visa by Engrjamjam: 11:15am On Jun 10
necz:
I don't have time for crackheads.

Like I said you can keep wallowing in your shallow thinking until you figure out where am chatting from.

They keep denying people like you because; You all don't listen to the truth.

Goodluck with your visa rejections and lastly sorry I'm a student just like everyone here. So keep on listening to your agents

In bolded the definition of what you represent and where you are coming from!

keep wallowing in your shallow thinking while you sit in that village of yours deceiving yourself.

Who borrow you student identity?

I bet you've not seen a classroom in your life!

You that haven't seen a passport in your life is talking of visa!
You that do not know how Poland visa stamp looks!

If dem dey talk of visa people way go remain for Nigeria all their life go comot dey make noise. A very hungry agent you are!

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Nobody: 11:23am On Jun 10
DAramis:

I don't know what the process is like in your country, but in Nigeria, all that is needed is 10,000 euros for living allowance. Most MSc and PhD courses are in English (You mentioned about going for Msc), while Bsc is strictly in German.

Flight money, documentation and the rest will cost little money. There is a high chances of getting part time job when compared with Poland (since classes maybe online).

The caution fee you mentioned is for what exactly? And the amount, is it in Euros?
Also, you will still need to learn Polish to fit in into their society. From information people have passed so far, Polish is even harder to learn than German.

In Poland, people that know English would be willing to speak with you (disregarding Polish), but such would never happen (to a greater extent) in Germany. They will tell you "no English" despite being able to speak such.


The caution is what we have to give in Germany every year . 10.250€ . And besides education in Germany is very difficult. I am not that brilliant in English. It is not in German language that I will pass . And if I need to go to Germany I need to take a 1 year German class which I cannot wait
Re: Polish Student Visa by Engrjamjam: 11:41am On Jun 10
Cmade1:



The caution is what we have to give in Germany every year . 10.250€ . And besides education in Germany is very difficult. I am not that brilliant in English. It is not in German language that I will pass . And if I need to go to Germany I need to take a 1 year German class which I cannot wait
It's still better than wasting your time and money while at the end Polish Embassy deny you visa for no reason!

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Ominitayo(m): 11:41am On Jun 10
Sorry did you have to use a legalized document for the application of this university. Warclow university

EmmanuelR78:
They currently have a dormitory they partnered with where students can stay,



Re: Polish Student Visa by iamadonis2(m): 11:59am On Jun 10
Engrjamjam:
It's still better than wasting your time and money while at the end Polish Embassy deny you visa for no reason!

My dear EngrJamJam,

I, like everyone else here, have seen your comments. It is imperative that we remind ourselves of some solid facts,

1. Stop already with the entitlement mentality! You are not Polish by birth. You are a Nigerian hoping to be given a chance to benefit from a system that the people of poland built from the ground up. TWICE! It is solely their prerogative to deny or accept your visa application. It is not your right.

2. All of us here are hopefuls. While we may not know the best practices for getting a Polish visa we are merely here to try our luck out. What we do may lead to acceptance or rejection. It is hope we are riding on. Have you been on the Germany student visa thread?! Rejection isn't synonymous with Polish visa alone, Sir.

3. You would do well to remember that this is a public forum. Anyone can visit this thread. You think it is beyond the VO to visit Nairaland and see comments like yours? You know your true intentions and I know mine. It will do you good to tune down your motivation. Be sure to consider that your words may well rub off on how everyone else here is perceived.

Polish visa is not your birthright.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Abiliboi: 11:59am On Jun 10
samson147:
Am I the only one here still waiting for provisional admission from Uni of Opole? I'm getting worried o...

Not only you bro, keeping hope alive
Re: Polish Student Visa by Engrjamjam: 12:18pm On Jun 10
iamadonis2:


My dear EngrJamJam,

I, like everyone else here, have seen your comments. It is imperative that we remind ourselves of some solid facts,

1. Stop already with the entitlement mentality! You are not Polish by birth. You are a Nigerian hoping to be given a chance to benefit from a system that the people of poland built from the ground up. TWICE! It is solely their prerogative to deny or accept your visa application. It is not your right.

2. All of us here are hopefuls. While we may not know the best practices for getting a Polish visa we are merely here to try our luck out. What we do may lead to acceptance or rejection. It is hope we are riding on. Have you been on the Germany student visa thread?! Rejection isn't synonymous with Polish visa alone, Sir.

3. You would do well to remember that this is a public forum. Anyone can visit this thread. You think it is beyond the VO to visit Nairaland and see comments like yours? You know your true intentions and I know mine. It will do you good to tune down your motivation. Be sure to consider that your words may well rub off on how everyone else here is perceived.

Polish visa is not your birthright.
Reading and comprehension is your problem truly!

Where did i write that Polish visa was my birthright?

Hope you are not sick sha?

He asked for an advice which i gave him!

This your mentality is disturbing!
You just opened your mouth waaaa...

Mr man face your front i have no time for you!

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Re: Polish Student Visa by iamadonis2(m): 12:20pm On Jun 10
Engrjamjam:
Reading and comprehension is your problem truly!

Where did i write that i'm that it was my birthright?

Hope you are not sick sha?

He asked for an advice which i gave him!

This your mentality is disturbing!

Okay thank you. Have a great day, Bro

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Re: Polish Student Visa by madamori9: 12:21pm On Jun 10
Please ignore the troll, I appreciate your contribution to the thread. He (jam) is speaking based on speculations and his previous comments shows that he has never visited the Polish embassy. I don’t think he can understand what you’ve said so far as he has problems with comprehension.

necz:

Re: Polish Student Visa by oneal01: 12:26pm On Jun 10
Please house kindly help me have been trying to make a call to the embassy to book an appointment day for submission but all to no avail … can anybody help please
Re: Polish Student Visa by mara10000: 12:36pm On Jun 10
Please can anyone in abuja help me with the eligibility letter (not for free of course).
Re: Polish Student Visa by DAramis: 12:38pm On Jun 10
Cmade1:



The caution is what we have to give in Germany every year . 10.250€ . And besides education in Germany is very difficult. I am not that brilliant in English. It is not in German language that I will pass . And if I need to go to Germany I need to take a 1 year German class which I cannot wait

True, schooling in Germany is difficult. All the best in your application and I do hope you get the opportunity to school in Poland.
Re: Polish Student Visa by Nobody: 1:01pm On Jun 10
DAramis:


True, schooling in Germany is difficult. All the best in your application and I do hope you get the opportunity to school in Poland.


Thanks . Please what of Hungary ? How much bank statement do I need as self sponsored ? Is it a good place compared to Poland
Re: Polish Student Visa by Vlibray: 1:05pm On Jun 10
Lol
Una go just dy fight for no reason ..
Just read and stay informed ok. If you do the necessary thing you will get your visa..
I think Poland is still the most easiest eu country you process from Nigeria.
For those shouting why not go to Germany,I bet you didn't finish with first class within the last one year.. it's not easy to get appointment if you don't fall under category A.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by blessednendowed: 1:06pm On Jun 10
Cmade1:
Hello i need help please . I am from Cameroon and am thinking of studying in Poland . I heard the embassy Has serious problems and am becoming scared already. Please will you advice me to look for admission in a university with the embassy of Poland in Nigeria’s condition ?
If not , what are the other options for me ? Like which country can I go to with my budget ? I am looking for a Schengen country that I can easily find a job after my masters .
I will be self sponsored. I have a budget of 8million CFA (approximately 12000€ ) for Cost of living for my 2 years
And 6million fcfa (9000€) for the 2 year masters program . I want to study management preferably in a public university
My only hope was Poland but now I am discouraged. Also , I will like to go for February intake


In my opinion, UK visa process is the easiest if you have the funds. Uk embassy will issue you a visa if you meet the requirements that’s for sure I can tell u that.

The cheapest tuition you can find for uk is 10,000 pounds a year. You are not required to pay the full tuition before applying for visa most often they will require a deposit upfront which is only part of the tuition.
In uk you would not have to learn a new language and getting a part time job to pay for your living expenses is more realistic to get than most other non English speaking countries .
But I must suggest that you have at least your tuition for a year and money to cover living expenses for at least 6 months. Pending the time you acquire a part time job. The job you find will only allow u to cover your living expenses most likely . Because international students in uk are only allowed by law to work part time 20 hours a week when school is in session. So that will be enough to only cover your living expenses ok. It would not cover your tuition. So please note that you need to have your full tuition for atleast a year .

You can ask any questions here for clarification if needed or follow the uk student visa thread.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Modupeoluwa123(f): 1:10pm On Jun 10
necz:
You can keep on wallowing in your shallow thinking.

I have no reason to lie fam. Because you were denied VISA for not submitting the needed documents to the Embassy doesn't mean others won't. Don't come here and scare people with complete documents.

Hello, so sorry I’m quoting this particular message.
I want to ask, can I get financial documents from my sponsor and keep?
I just got admission and I paid tuition today, can I get the payslip and employment letter ready before calling for visa date?
Or I need to get a date first before getting the document?.
I’m confused.
Re: Polish Student Visa by Kokochi1111: 1:17pm On Jun 10
Please does anyone here know what to do about authenticating Benin republic documents in Nigeria? My boyfriend can’t travel to Benin so please how do we go about it here? His BSC and Transcript!
Re: Polish Student Visa by blessednendowed: 1:18pm On Jun 10
Modupeoluwa123:

Hello, so sorry I’m quoting this particular message.
I want to ask, can I get financial documents from my sponsor and keep?
I just got admission and I paid tuition today, can I get the payslip and employment letter ready before calling for visa date?
Or I need to get a date first before getting the document?.
I’m confused.


Get an appointment date first because u don’t know when you will get a date since it most time it will take you a series of calls and some time to get a date

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Re: Polish Student Visa by necz: 1:20pm On Jun 10
My brother.........Just ignore him.

He's just a kid; Looking for children to play with

iamadonis2:


My dear EngrJamJam,

I, like everyone else here, have seen your comments. It is imperative that we remind ourselves of some solid facts,

1. Stop already with the entitlement mentality! You are not Polish by birth. You are a Nigerian hoping to be given a chance to benefit from a system that the people of poland built from the ground up. TWICE! It is solely their prerogative to deny or accept your visa application. It is not your right.

2. All of us here are hopefuls. While we may not know the best practices for getting a Polish visa we are merely here to try our luck out. What we do may lead to acceptance or rejection. It is hope we are riding on. Have you been on the Germany student visa thread?! Rejection isn't synonymous with Polish visa alone, Sir.

3. You would do well to remember that this is a public forum. Anyone can visit this thread. You think it is beyond the VO to visit Nairaland and see comments like yours? You know your true intentions and I know mine. It will do you good to tune down your motivation. Be sure to consider that your words may well rub off on how everyone else here is perceived.

Polish visa is not your birthright.

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