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|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by dohyinsohlah(f): 7:57pm On Apr 02|
Please is there anyone that sells home made Nigeria food in Norway or u know someone that sells home made Nigeria food in Norway
Urgently needed please
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by ikswiss: 6:25am On Apr 03|
Last I checked there is no African/west African restaurants in Norway Buh am sure there is African stores around....
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by mayo47(m): 8:57am On Apr 03|
Even if there's any it would only be located in Oslo for now or any region that has higher black or African population
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Dumebi213: 2:03am On Apr 04|
Man it's been awhile since i've been here, how have you guys been? I hope we have people who got admission here
@Arinze001 and @cutetj did you guys get admitted?
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by CuteTj(m): 9:10am On Apr 04|
Dumebi213:No I was not or I should say I have not been notified I was admitted but my wife was admitted.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by CuteTj(m): 9:16am On Apr 04|
Arinze001:Unilag fast? I laugh!!! If I don't get notified that I have been admitted, it will be because of them. I applied for transcript in November, it didn't get to Norway until February.
Thats fast right?
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Arinze001(m): 8:46pm On Apr 04|
I've gotten an offer - least prioritized choice. I'm hoping on UiS which I'm yet to receive.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Arinze001(m): 8:47pm On Apr 04|
Did you put into considerations: NASU strike?
Mine was pretty fast.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by CuteTj(m): 9:37am On Apr 05|
Arinze001:Congrats dude! Haven't received anything. If I don't, its Unilag's fault.
Arinze001:That was before their strike. At first, they couldn't find my file. Then to give me Statement of result na wahala.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Emeraldgreene(f): 6:26pm On Apr 05|
Please dear do they give admission to women who are pregnant and or nursing mothers.Im planning on getting pregnant and schooling.I don't know their educational policies in Norway ,please help me...enlighten me .I'm awaiting ur response ok.
Actually, a 2:2 can!
It's too early for that range to get offers, but, some will definitely get.
Spread your applications and be hopeful.[/quote]
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Temi06: 8:06pm On Apr 05|
Hello my people, I hail thee...I am new on this thread, but I need some Infos regarding links on how to search for schools in Norway, nd likely advice for ur boy... currently in Poland, but Man needs to Move on to better place, I need ur help guyz.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Dumebi213: 12:24pm On Apr 06|
I didn't go through with it anymore, sponsor doesn't see Norway as a good location
I tried to convince them but no be my money but congrats though
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Dumebi213: 12:26pm On Apr 06|
oh, don't fret you'll get it
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Hiploko(m): 2:47am On Apr 07|
Temi06:Poland no good?
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Udobigj(m): 7:52am On Apr 07|
Hiploko:I will love to know about poland, is it not a good place to settle
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by amaka157: 7:52pm On Apr 07|
USN results are out today... check your mails guys... my bestie was wait listed for environmental science.. I really hope she finally get in
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Kunilefo: 11:03pm On Apr 07|
Dear Amaka can I pm you I got admitted to usn
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by amaka157: 4:37am On Apr 08|
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Faculty14(m): 6:06pm On Apr 08|
This thread is so detailed and helpful, thanks to everyone contributing.
I'm making plans to apply for schools once the admission window is open in October. I have been denied visit visa in the past from the Uk four times, will this affect my chance of getting a student visa into Norway?
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Haggai92: 8:06am On Apr 09|
No not at all
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Temi06: 5:22pm On Apr 09|
It's good, but getting a job has been difficult these days, mandating one must sabi language...who learn languages at old age? It's frustrating bruh...any info on Norway admission...I am so interested. Pls
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by amaka157: 6:13pm On Apr 09|
link to study in Norway is studyinnorway.no
you will get all the info there...
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Ayodeji1998: 7:01pm On Apr 09|
Evening .. trust your day was good. The issue of language it's the same thing I have heard from people in Norway. If you end up migrating to Norway you'll still have to learn the language as it opens up a whole lot of other opportunities.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Faculty14(m): 12:00pm On Apr 10|
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Faculty14(m): 12:06pm On Apr 10|
Ayodeji1998:Learning a new language at an advance age is never easy mehn. I read somewhere on this thread that most Norwegians speak and understand English.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Ayodeji1998: 2:46pm On Apr 10|
yess you are right most Norwegians speak and understand English .. learning a language is not easy at all but learning it to a reasonable extent is something that must be done to be able to advance In the country. Please note: I am not speaking from experience but from what I got from the people there. You can get a menial job without speaking Norwegian one that can sustain your expenses but getting an office job requires an extent of Norwegian.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by omoadeyemi5: 4:05pm On Apr 10|
I'll like to know if anyone else applied for visa in November or December last year.
The wait is getting too long. It's 5 months already
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Arinze001(m): 4:47pm On Apr 10|
Student visa or what?
This is surprising tbh!
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by omoadeyemi5: 7:32pm On Apr 10|
student visa .
UDI claimed the strict travel restrictions enforced on the 29th of January, 2021 prevents student from entering.
So I guess my application was not completed before then.
I submitted my application at vfs on the 4th of November last year.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Arinze001(m): 9:03pm On Apr 10|
Sorry about that. I know Nigerians that left this January. Prolly, they got theirs before yours.
So, what have you been doing since the hiatus?
Virtual learning or
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by ikswiss: 9:08pm On Apr 10|
Speaking from experience and having to live in the Nordic country for 20years plus would kindly advice those who are aiming for a professional jobs to seek for that in a more sociable and English speaking countries. Don’t let the free education fool you, life in Nordic countries is hard and for an educated mind working as a cleaner isn’t really empowering if you ask me ..
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Arinze001(m): 9:30pm On Apr 10|
But you lived in the Nordic region for 20 years comfortably, how come?
Some people are using Norway as a first stop in their itinerary plans, and if Norway provides comfortability for one, the person will definitely stay. I know you wouldn't agree more.
To sum up, destinies are different. We pray for grace.
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