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Re: Polish Student Visa by Nobody: 8:45pm On Jun 10
lucexy:



I haven't been long in Poland but from my observation

1. Anyone can adapt if you're willing to study hard. The courses here are totally different from what you were taught in Nigeria. Talking from experience, I started my MSc in March from Nigeria and it wasn't easy, at some point I almost quit cos the lecturers don't teach, they assume you know it.

2. The lecturers are also flexible. They always schedule seperate meetings for students who maybe have difficulty in their courses.

3. I really can't say.

4. In my city, a foreign student can survive. The cost of living is relatively ok. Plus, as a student you can get a job, part time or full time.

5. It is worth it.

I know some people look down on the country because they feel their economy is not as great as Germany's but it is a great country and if you really want to make a good life for yourself here, you can.

Those who are into IT also make it big time here. There are so many IT related jobs here. If you can also speak English and certain foreign languages, you can easily get maybe a customer rep job.

I've never had issues with racism but I've gotten a lot of stares when I walk on the street, they don't see a lot of black folks esp in town. The people are very reserved, I guess it's the language barrier and their nature.


That being said, everything I've said here is from my experience from my short stay here. Between, my city is Gliwice.

Are you in a public or private university Is it true they don’t really offer jobs to international students from private universities ?
Re: Polish Student Visa by lucexy: 8:56pm On Jun 10
Cmade1:


Are you in a public or private university Is it true they don’t really offer jobs to international students from private universities ?

I'm in a public university. I'm not sure. Those that I've seen here that are employed didn't make my mention of that.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by NwaUdi1(m): 9:12pm On Jun 10
karferguso:


Bro,

How easy it is to evaluate for someone else?
I went to the Federal secretariat today to do the evaluation for a friend but I was told I can't because we share different surname.


I can do that (evaluation) for you. Inbox me.
Re: Polish Student Visa by chytai(f): 9:27pm On Jun 10
NwaUdi1:


Can I have your email address please.


I can do that (evaluation) for you. Inbox me.
Re: Polish Student Visa by Abiliboi: 10:07pm On Jun 10
Cypherhendrix:
I just got admitted into university of opole

Faculty of philology

Good news. Congrats as you continue. Bachelors or Masters ?
Re: Polish Student Visa by shawtytiwi: 10:30pm On Jun 10
Linc000:




Yes for next week


Kindly check your email pls. Been sending you a message since evening.
Re: Polish Student Visa by xsayberries: 10:52pm On Jun 10
Hello All pls putting the proof of funds in the credit card during visa application can you take it out immediately the visa is granted or would you need it for any documentation when you travel
Re: Polish Student Visa by lindasweden: 11:28pm On Jun 10
xsayberries:
Hello All pls putting the proof of funds in the credit card during visa application can you take it out immediately the visa is granted or would you need it for any documentation when you travel

When the visa is granted to you, you can withdraw the fund. You deposited it there because of the embassy/visa granting purpose. So the answer is yes.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by princetx(m): 11:56pm On Jun 10
lindasweden:


When the visa is granted to you, you can withdraw the fund. You deposited it there because of the embassy/visa granting purpose. So the answer is yes.

@lindasweden, are you a female or male?
Re: Polish Student Visa by Raphael2021: 2:46am On Jun 11
Engrjamjam:
Be mindful of this agent he is a jobless Fraudster

Oga. Be calming down. Nec is not an agent. He’s in Poland. How you’d label people is surprising. Assuming I didn’t know Nec, I’d have just believed you. Calm down and learn from experienced people

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Tobbie92: 2:47am On Jun 11
hello, pls i want to make enquires on funding, when your sponsor is not in the country what do you need and will you be given visa??
the second question is on self sponsor, how much do you need and how do you do the funding and what do you need to present at the embassy to prove you have the required amount for self sponsoring?
thank you
Re: Polish Student Visa by Raphael2021: 2:50am On Jun 11
lucexy:


You're welcome. Na sis�

Welcome bro�. Lol
Re: Polish Student Visa by Suremarcus1: 6:56am On Jun 11
Tobbie92:
hello, pls i want to make enquires on funding, when your sponsor is not in the country what do you need and will you be given visa??
the second question is on self sponsor, how much do you need and how do you do the funding and what do you need to present at the embassy to prove you have the required amount for self sponsoring?
thank you
. You would have seen the answer to your question, lot of answers if you really read through the thread. These things have been answered over and over... But well you can find the answers to your question, if you check up the embassy website.. https://www.gov.pl/web/nigeria-en. Goodluck

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Kokochi1111: 11:05am On Jun 11
NwaUdi1:


Your boyfriend needs to submit his documents for evaluation first before he can use it in Nigeria.


Yeah he’s had them evaluated before at MOE for NYSC, we are just wondering what the process would be for legalization for Poland
Re: Polish Student Visa by Pweedydaughter(f): 11:23am On Jun 11
Please is legalization of transcript with four pages will be 30euro or it will 30euro multiply by 4?
Please urgent answer

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Khormzy1(f): 11:42am On Jun 11
Ok
Linc000:




Yes for next week

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Khormzy1(f): 11:43am On Jun 11
Congrats
Cypherhendrix:
I just got admitted into university of opole

Faculty of philology

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Re: Polish Student Visa by Khormzy1(f): 11:45am On Jun 11
People.. smh

You're disturbing us here ffs!

Engrjamjam:
Be mindful of this agent he is a jobless Fraudster

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Re: Polish Student Visa by NwaUdi1(m): 11:58am On Jun 11
Pweedydaughter:
Please is legalization of transcript with four pages will be 30euro or it will 30euro multiply by 4?
Please urgent answer

A Transcript is considered a document notwithstanding the number of pages so it's still €30

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Re: Polish Student Visa by NwaUdi1(m): 12:01pm On Jun 11
Kokochi1111:


Yeah he’s had them evaluated before at MOE for NYSC, we are just wondering what the process would be for legalization for Poland

Okay. Since you have already done the Evaluation prior his NYSC, you will need to Authenticate at MoFA to enable you to Legalize at the embassy.

Hope this is clear
Re: Polish Student Visa by Designnerd: 12:04pm On Jun 11
Please how long does legalisation at the polish embassy take?
Re: Polish Student Visa by lindasweden: 12:05pm On Jun 11
princetx:


@lindasweden, are you a female or male?

Linda is generally a female's name. So yes, I am a female.

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Re: Polish Student Visa by 1murphy1: 12:09pm On Jun 11
NwaUdi1:


A Transcript is considered a document notwithstanding the number of pages so it's still €30


Please for one who's going for a Bsc, is it only the waec I need to legalized at embassy?
Re: Polish Student Visa by lindasweden: 12:12pm On Jun 11
Tobbie92:
hello, pls i want to make enquires on funding, when your sponsor is not in the country what do you need and will you be given visa??
the second question is on self sponsor, how much do you need and how do you do the funding and what do you need to present at the embassy to prove you have the required amount for self sponsoring?
thank you

Follow the instructions on the Polish embassy website and do as it instructs. Regarding the funding, remember to also add the cost of the accommodation that you have secured by multiplying the monthly cost by 12. Below is what it says in terms of funding;

7. Documents confirming the possession of financial resources to cover the costs of return travel and costs of stay in Poland (to be selected from the list - there is no obligation to present all of them). The minimum required amount of financial resources is as follows: 1) PLN 2 500 for the return trip, 2) the cost of accommodation shown on the basis of hotel or rental agreement, 3) PLN 701 for each month of stay (PLN 701 x 12 months = 8 412 PLN):

a) Traveler's check;

b) Original certificate of a credit card limit issued by the bank that issued the credit card;

c) Original certificate of cash in a bank having its registered office in the territory of the Republic of Poland;

d) Document confirming the granting of a national or foreign scholarship;

e) Original certificate of employment and amount of earnings;

f) Original letter of sponsorship confirmed by a notary public - if the applicant does not finance his/her stay in Poland. The sponsor confirms the possession of funds to cover the costs of return travel and the costs of the applicant's stay in Poland on the basis of the documents listed in point a, b, c or e.

Reference:
https://www.gov.pl/web/nigeria-en/d-type-national-visa

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Re: Polish Student Visa by 1murphy1: 12:13pm On Jun 11
Anyone gotten admission from University of Information Technology and Management.

Abeg I need to know
Re: Polish Student Visa by fluidmech251: 12:35pm On Jun 11
Hello Great minds

Please which universities is best and cheaper for a master degree in Mechatronics. i.e can someone help me with links to universities that offer Mechatronics at master level
Re: Polish Student Visa by NwaUdi1(m): 12:39pm On Jun 11
1murphy1:



Please for one who's going for a Bsc, is it only the waec I need to legalized at embassy?

Your school is in the best position to tell you what documents they want you to legalize as different schools have different requirements. But usually your WAEC Certificate
Re: Polish Student Visa by iamadonis2(m): 12:48pm On Jun 11
lucexy:


You're welcome. Na sis�

grin grin thank you Sis
Re: Polish Student Visa by whitewalker01: 12:57pm On Jun 11
Hello all, i have been following this thread and it has really been helpful and enlightening..i just got admission into the University of Opole..now hoping to get a visa appointment date and other documents required...Hopefully those recently admitted can see this thread and we relate..
Re: Polish Student Visa by Pweedydaughter(f): 1:10pm On Jun 11
God bless you. Appreciate


NwaUdi1:


A Transcript is considered a document notwithstanding the number of pages so it's still €30

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Re: Polish Student Visa by tobianodino(m): 1:40pm On Jun 11
necz:
Use a bank please. Bank rate is still very friendly and cheap.

Try Sterling Bank, Union Bank or Fidelity Bank and request that you want to use FORM A. Also make sure you take along your Admission Letter, The School Account Details and your International Passport

Euro black market is expensive. You will have to pay that your friend more for him to be able to pay your Tuition fee.


The School fees is 5000 zloty per year .. but i'm are paying 3000zloty as past of first semester..

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Re: Polish Student Visa by tobianodino(m): 1:43pm On Jun 11
whitewalker01:
Hello all, i have been following this thread and it has really been helpful and enlightening..i just got admission into the University of Opole..now hoping to get a visa appointment date and other documents required...Hopefully those recently admitted can see this thread and we relate..


We shall meet over there insha-allah ��

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