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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Haggai92: 8:45am On Sep 26
trinityconcept:



pls gurus in the house where can I get this letter confirming my eligibility for student loan in my country

is it in the bank

and please will this be better than looking for where to borrow 5mil and giving them bank statement

has anyone used this letter

Well am not certain where this letter can be obtained and I really doubt if any one has used it successfully.
I am however certain that printing a statement in your name has worked countless times for those who have walked this path successfully.

Cheers.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Haggai92: 8:55am On Sep 26
So I got an unverified information regarding an intended strike action by the Non Academic Staff of Universities as soon as schools are reopened.
This means that Transcripts processing would be halted temporarily.

Please elders in the house is it wise to send transcripts before they start receiving applications. UIS for instance opens up arnd Dec 10 so can one send now??
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by trinityconcept(m): 10:01am On Sep 26
Haggai92:
So I got an unverified information regarding an intended strike action by the Non Academic Staff of Universities as soon as schools are reopened.
This means that Transcripts processing would be halted temporarily.

Please elders in the house is it wise to send transcripts before they start receiving applications. UIS for instance opens up arnd Dec 10 so can one send now??


I think the wisest thing to do now is to send a mail to the schools you wanna apply to informing them of this development


luckily for you they might consider
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by nyengisam: 2:45pm On Sep 26
Hi,
Can I apply for work permit whilst studying
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 7:54pm On Sep 26
nyengisam:
Hi,
Can I apply for work permit whilst studying

The study permit qualifies you to work part-time at 20 hours per week.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 3:25pm On Sep 27
After your studies you can apply for full-time work permit.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Adex2442: 4:04pm On Sep 27
Easternheart:
After your studies you can apply for full-time work permit.

Pls are there free tuition schools in norway
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 9:20pm On Sep 27
Adex2442:


Pls are there free tuition schools in norway

Schools in Norway are tuition FREE for both Norwegians and international students.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by damoceile: 8:46am On Sep 28
Easternheart:


Schools in Norway are tuition FREE for both Norwegians and international students.

how does one key into this free tuition for international students.

I hope its not just for MSc alone

hope there is no age barrier as well
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by ifakiboy(m): 10:15am On Sep 28
Can anyone help me out in any way to apply for PhD in Norway?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Adex2442: 11:55am On Sep 28
Easternheart:


Schools in Norway are tuition FREE for both Norwegians and international students.

Masters degree, pdg also free?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 2:27pm On Sep 28
damoceile:


how does one key into this free tuition for international students.

I hope its not just for MSc alone

hope there is no age barrier as well




Age is not a barrier when applying to Norway.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 2:30pm On Sep 28
ifakiboy:
Can anyone help me out in any way to apply for PhD in Norway?


You can use the Norwegian official website to check using the filters

https://www.studyinnorway.no
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 2:34pm On Sep 28
Adex2442:


Masters degree, pdg also free?

Yeah, Education is free in Norway. When you say "pdg" do you mean postgraduate diploma? You can check using the office website to confirm if pdg is offered in Norway.
https://www.studyinnorway.no
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Adex2442: 2:49pm On Sep 28
Easternheart:


Yeah, Education is free in Norway. When you say "pdg" do you mean postgraduate diploma? You can check using the office website to confirm if pdg is offered in Norway.
https://www.studyinnorway.no

Tanks
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by damoceile: 9:48pm On Sep 28
Easternheart:





Age is not a barrier when applying to Norway.

okay thnks sir, pls does this free tuition extends to BSc too? and what language do I need to learn bfr applying, cos its sure they won't lecture with English language...
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by trinityconcept(m): 1:04pm On Sep 29
damoceile:


okay thnks sir, pls does this free tuition extends to BSc too? and what language do I need to learn bfr applying, cos its sure they won't lecture with English language...

from what I heard o all bsc courses are taught in Norway

it's still tuition free though

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by adedejis2: 11:07pm On Oct 02
Hello guys, pls do we have schools in Norway that offers online Msc?
Something I can do from Nigeria, instead of travelling to Norway.
If no, could u pls assist with credible schools that do, either in US, UK, canada or somewhere else, but with a low tuition

#as i no get over 6mill to go the Norway way
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Dietminute: 5:44pm On Oct 03
Greetings!!! Please I want to know if you intend studying there language for a year over there before switching to ya main course since all BSC is in Norwegian language
Easternheart:




Mine is Oslo Metropolitan Uni and USN.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Dietminute: 5:46pm On Oct 03
U are soo on point!!
trinityconcept:
alright just keep your hopes high,

we must succeed

I've made up my mind no matter how.long it takes me I must leave this country

I can't stand to raise my kids here

mba!!!
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Dietminute: 5:50pm On Oct 03
Arinze nwa nana, I'm in same travel boat with u ok.. Please this Norway undergraduate studies in Norwegian language, how do we go about it? Do we have to learn it there?
Easternheart:



Yeah, I did. I emailed the school, so they said scratch card is fine to check the result online. No need of mailing hard copy to them in Norway.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Dietminute: 6:24pm On Oct 03
Can you give me your contact bro, I need to get some info from U, ka i gosi nwanne gi uzo,, Nigeria na asa zi afo
Arinze01:
What I saw. It's like our brothers that got admitted for this about to commence session can start preparing to travel though Nigeria is yet to lift international flight temporary ban. This news is a breeze of hope to y'all..

Wish y'all luck this coming session and may y'all excel over there academically and beyond.

We are preparing to join y'all by this time next year.


Enjoy!
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 6:57pm On Oct 03
adedejis2:
Hello guys, pls do we have schools in Norway that offers online Msc?
Something I can do from Nigeria, instead of travelling to Norway.
If no, could u pls assist with credible schools that do, either in US, UK, canada or somewhere else, but with a low tuition

#as i no get over 6mill to go the Norway way

There is not none for international students.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 6:59pm On Oct 03
Dietminute:
Greetings!!! Please I want to know if you intend studying there language for a year over there before switching to ya main course since all BSC is in Norwegian language

I'm applying for international MSc not Bachelor's. Master studies are taught in English.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 7:13pm On Oct 03
Dietminute:
Can you give me your contact bro, I need to get some info from U, ka i gosi nwanne gi uzo,, Nigeria na asa zi afo

Arinze01 is applying for MSc not BSc. BSc have different requirements. You can check the official Norway site for information about BSc. www.studyinnorway.no
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Dietminute: 9:47pm On Oct 03
This life no balance o, from what I have read here soo far, it seems Norway doesn't grant visa to undergraduate students!! Please how legit is this info ?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 10:55pm On Oct 03
Dietminute:
This life no balance o, from what I have read here soo far, it seems Norway doesn't grant visa to undergraduate students!! Please how legit is this info ?

I have not read such information.

What are the reasons?

Can you post the link here from where you got the info?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 11:27pm On Oct 03
Dietminute:
This life no balance o, from what I have read here soo far, it seems Norway doesn't grant visa to undergraduate students!! Please how legit is this info ?


Yeah, they don't give visa to undergraduate applicants. I just read it.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by tmodeltoluene(m): 12:59pm On Oct 04
Please is it a must someone must write IELTS or toefl first before even starting to submit applications
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 3:46pm On Oct 04
tmodeltoluene:
Please is it a must someone must write IELTS or toefl first before even starting to submit applications

Some schools exempt Nigerians, check the schools.

Like NTNU exempt Nigerians but still required that a letter from your university confirming that the language of Instruction was English be uploaded on the application portal, see the attached photo of the response I got from them. So check with the individual university

Use the www.studyinnorway.no
It's their official site.

Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by adedejis2: 7:27pm On Oct 06
Hi guys, I need ur advice.
I have someone willing to loan me about 6mill by January next year, which I'm to repay over 2-3years. My prob nw is, by January, it would be too late to get an admission cos i was seeing dec 1 as application deadline for non eu citizens.
If I can get the person to pay the 6mill to my acc by october ending, then transfer it back to him after mayb 2days, then request for my account statement b4 the money leaves my account, tender it to the schools i want to apply to, will the schools confirm from my bank if funds is still intact in my account as seen on my statement?
#for some reasons, the person loaning me the money said he cant drop his company's statement
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Easternheart: 8:55pm On Oct 06
adedejis2:
Hi guys, I need ur advice.
I have someone willing to loan me about 6mill by January next year, which I'm to repay over 2-3years. My prob nw is, by January, it would be too late to get an admission cos i was seeing dec 1 as application deadline for non eu citizens.
If I can get the person to pay the 6mill to my acc by october ending, then transfer it back to him after mayb 2days, then request for my account statement b4 the money leaves my account, tender it to the schools i want to apply to, will the schools confirm from my bank if funds is still intact in my account as seen on my statement?
#for some reasons, the person loaning me the money said he cant drop his company's statement


Yes you can upload the Bank statement before 1st December as long as it shows the NOK 123 519 equivalent. The schools will not contact the Bank that issued the statement.

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