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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by stewiepeter: 12:21pm On Apr 15, 2015
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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by soji0509: 5:42pm On Apr 15, 2015
Please send your application into many schools at the same time.
Just try your very best.
Skepticism and personal doubt are not profitable.
They are like procrastination which is a thief of time and joy.
Please, Please and Please, try your best in the circumstance and pray.
Miraculously GOD will perfect all the imperfection in the eye of the decision makers in your favour (amen)
malaoluolateju:

Ok Chunaph, i requested to send you a mail because i wanted to send u a copy of my transcript just so u could understand my question better.
i studied Applied Physics (Geophysics option) with a CGPA of 3.94/5. i am Considering an M.Sc in geophysics or petroleum geoscience at NTHU, UIO or UIS, but am worried cos of my transcript showing i did more physics related courses than geophysics. do you think this could be a problem?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by adeniyibolanle(m): 11:26pm On Apr 15, 2015
Hello everyone, am new on this thread and i have gone tru people's post and i belive i will definately get answers to my questions. Am a graduate and i will love to do my MSc in any university in Norway. I read biochemistry and came out with a gp of 2.6 presently serving. Pls hope my gp is still ok, and what are the things i shuld put in place apart from my transcript? Thanks in aticipation for you reply
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Inxyz: 1:53pm On Apr 16, 2015
Cherokee:
@ Inyzx, pete
Gotten my admission into MSc in Offshore Technology - Industrial Asset Management...Please guide me on the next steps to take.

You have to logon to Studentweb and accept the offer, proceed to bank and transfer the said deposit, then book for visa.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Cherokee(m): 6:20pm On Apr 16, 2015
I sent u a pm, @ inxyz...I believe you area of study is same as mine... Lets get to talk'
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by StarFlux: 11:35am On Apr 17, 2015
akin08:
Hello house! I just got a mail from UIS now dat i ve bin grantd admissn. I really want to appreciate each n every one of u in dis forum for the relevant info passed n targetd questns asked. Starflux n Inxyz u guys rock.
Wow, congratulations! That is truly awesome. Enjoy am.

I recommend seeing the Preacher's Pulpit while the sun is still shining come August.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by StarFlux: 11:46am On Apr 17, 2015
adeniyibolanle:
Hello everyone, am new on this thread and i have gone tru people's post and i belive i will definately get answers to my questions. Am a graduate and i will love to do my MSc in any university in Norway. I read biochemistry and came out with a gp of 2.6 presently serving. Pls hope my gp is still ok, and what are the things i shuld put in place apart from my transcript? Thanks in aticipation for you reply
Procedure: http://www.uio.no/english/studies/admission/master/non-eu-applicants/index.html
Additional documentation: http://www.uio.no/english/studies/admission/master/documentation-requirements/nigeria.html

Some available programmes in natural sciences:

UiO: http://www.uio.no/english/studies/programmes/#topic=matematikk-naturvitenskap-teknologi&type=
UiB: http://www.uib.no/en/education/50057/masters-programmes-self-financing#natural-sciences-and-technical-subjects
NTNU: http://www.ntnu.edu/studies/allstudies?studyLevels=570_580_INTNASJ&fieldOfEdu=REALFAG

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Cherokee(m): 11:58am On Apr 17, 2015
StarFlux,
I sent you a pm.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Inxyz: 9:13pm On Apr 17, 2015
Cherokee:
I sent u a pm, @ inxyz...I believe you area of study is same as mine... Lets get to talk'

No P, we can talk.

Please indicate how many people are coming to UiS so that I can request a Norwegian SIM card for you before arrival.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Inxyz: 9:24pm On Apr 17, 2015
StarFlux:
Wow, congratulations! That is truly awesome. Enjoy am.

I recommend seeing the Preacher's Pulpit while the sun is still shining come August.

Congrats Akin,

Actually Nigerians have set the pace at UiS, we have shown them enthusiasm and unchallenged academic excellence over the years. Therefore, we look forward to maintaining and improving this record.

Also, Media and social community has killed the image of our country and Africa and many will ask questions to confirm or cancel their opinion about black people when you arrive Stavanger. However, I will not blame them much because the first Africans that arrived here were refugees and those that ran away from their country without purpose but due to the hard situation. Tell them the truth about what you know and add the international politics as well but remember that we are like our country ambassador and what you say today may be the way they treat you tomorrow.

If you present Nigeria as poor, dirty and shitty Nation, they may see you that way too but if you say the truth about my dear - Nigeria and my beloved continent - Africa, a nation full of human and natural resources bounded by nature's best features and capacity to rule the world but threatened by corruption, bad governance and international politics then you may be treated with respect as well. This is just my opinion. I love Africa and we can build Nigeria together. I will challenge you to also think of what you can do to change the situation of Africa and Nigeria while you are here, let every step you make count. I believe one day we will have the Nigeria of our dreams and we shall all return to embrace her. This is my vision for Africa.

I am proud of Nigeria and am a true African.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by kinglekan: 9:47pm On Apr 17, 2015
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by mbeenox: 1:03am On Apr 18, 2015
Hello, please anyone who can assist me, I want to apply to schools in Norway for fall semester 2015, which schools Nigerians plenty and easy to enter, masters in civil engineering with 3.gpa, I HV done TOEfl n Gre. And also can I apply for petroleum eng coz I HV a B.eng in civil engineering.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Inxyz: 4:16am On Apr 18, 2015
kinglekan:



Any idea when NTNU would start sending admission letters?

I received mine around 2nd week of last May.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by stewiepeter: 7:08am On Apr 18, 2015
@ lnxyz @ chunaph@ styflux @ house thanks all for the contributions and help. I've submitted my application for visa. It was a very easy process, please if u hv any question I will be happy to answer, be it from application to the very last end. @ lnxyz hopefully I get to see you in Stavanger, u guys really helped me in so many ways. I will like to repay the favour also to those in need.....
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Cherokee(m): 7:38am On Apr 18, 2015
@ Stewiepeter,
Please make a list of the documents you submitted, procedures taken as well as fees for the house to see.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by kinglekan: 8:33am On Apr 18, 2015
Inxyz:


I received mine around 2nd week of last May.

Thanks bro!! Can't wait. grin
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by lobito007(m): 8:48am On Apr 18, 2015
Inxyz:


I received mine around 2nd week of last May.
What course were you admitted to study bro?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by stewiepeter: 9:40am On Apr 18, 2015
okay, I will be glad to.
list of documents I submitted to the embassy for visa application
1. cover letter (these is automatically generated when u pay for ur visa fees online)
2. receipt that u hv paid the application fees( these is not necessary if you paid online, as ur cover letter will hv ur receipt no)
3. admission letter ( print it from soknads, it should must hv or schools logo)
4. documentation that u have deposited money into the schools account (2.5mil)
5. documentation that u have a place to stay in Norway
6. signed check list u can get these from UDI website
7. submit ur original degree result and pay the result verification fee( I paid 50k cause I schooled in the north)
note: the application fee is 3200N which is like 85k depending on the bank exchange rate

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Nobody: 9:45am On Apr 18, 2015
stewiepeter:
okay, I
4. documentation that u have deposited money into the schools account (2.5mil)
5. documentation that u have a place to stay in Norway
e

I have a quick question abt 4 n 5

Did yu pay any money to secure accommodation?

Did yu deposit the money in naira or euros?

Thanks
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by mbeenox: 10:12am On Apr 18, 2015
Hello, can I still apply for fall semester 2015 in Norway by this time. Any school still accepting application.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by stewiepeter: 10:30am On Apr 18, 2015
Soyedele1:


I have a quick question abt 4 n 5

Did yu pay any money to secure accommodation?

Did yu deposit the money in naira or euros?

Thanks
no I dint pay any money, I registered with a link they sent me and an email was sent to me.
I deposited mine in dollars.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by teeboztb: 11:20am On Apr 18, 2015
Hi guys,

Please i need someone who lives/has lived in Oslo to recommend a reliable telecoms network i can buy during my 8 week stay in Oslo. I would want a balance of effectiveness/reliability (calls and data/internet) as well as affordability.

Thanks
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by lobito007(m): 12:51pm On Apr 18, 2015
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stewiepeter:
okay, I will be glad to.
list of documents I submitted to the embassy for visa application
1. cover letter (these is automatically generated when u pay for ur visa fees online)
2. receipt that u hv paid the application fees( these is not necessary if you paid online, as ur cover letter will hv ur receipt no)
3. admission letter ( print it from soknads, it should must hv or schools logo)
4. documentation that u have deposited money into the schools account (2.5mil)
5. documentation that u have a place to stay in Norway
6. signed check list u can get these from UDI website
7. submit ur original degree result and pay the result verification fee( I paid 50k cause I schooled in the north)
note: the application fee is 3200N which is like 85k depending on the bank exchange rate
Bro, how did you arrive at 2.5m. The required amount is usually 90,800 NOK and should not be up to that.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by stewiepeter: 1:14pm On Apr 18, 2015
lobito007:
[/b]okay, I will be glad to.
list of documents I submitted to the embassy for visa application
1. cover letter (these is automatically generated when u pay for ur visa fees online)
2. receipt that u hv paid the application fees( these is not necessary if you paid online, as ur cover letter will hv ur receipt no)
3. admission letter ( print it from soknads, it should must hv or schools logo)
4. documentation that u have deposited money into the schools account (2.5mil)
5. documentation that u have a place to stay in Norway
6. signed check list u can get these from UDI website
7. submit ur original degree result and pay the result verification fee( I paid 50k cause I schooled in the north)
note: the application fee is 3200N which is like 85k depending on the bank exchange rate
Bro, how did you arrive at 2.5m. The required amount is usually 90,800 NOK and should not be up to that.
it depends on ur school UiS requires 100,000NOK
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by StarFlux: 3:12pm On Apr 18, 2015
lobito007:

How did you arrive at 2.5m. The required amount is usually 90,800 NOK and should not be up to that.
The funding requirement is set in stone by UDI. Usually it's slightly higher each year due to increased salaries. As a result, cost of living rises as well. Currently it sits at 97 850 NOK.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Cherokee(m): 4:32pm On Apr 18, 2015
Inxyz,
U have failed to reply my pm man.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Cherokee(m): 5:08pm On Apr 18, 2015
StarFlux,
Thanks Baba, got your reply.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Inxyz: 7:05pm On Apr 18, 2015
lobito007:

What course were you admitted to study bro?

MSC in RAMS
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Inxyz: 7:06pm On Apr 18, 2015
Cherokee:
Inxyz,
U have failed to reply my pm man.

Sorry bro, I only see that you wanted to send me a PM but didn't receive any.

Sorry, I check again.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by lobito007(m): 10:09pm On Apr 18, 2015
Inxyz:


MSC in RAMS
Nice course. From your stay, what have you discovered to be the criteria considered in their selection? What is the minimum GPA that would make one stand a chance for admission? I have applied 4 Nat Gas Tech.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by StarFlux: 12:04am On Apr 19, 2015
teeboztb:
Hi guys,
Please i need someone who lives/has lived in Oslo to recommend a reliable telecoms network i can buy during my 8 week stay in Oslo. I would want a balance of effectiveness/reliability (calls and data/internet) as well as affordability.
Thanks
Chess/Onecall is the way to go.
Cherokee:
StarFlux,
Thanks Baba, got your reply.
No problem. It's unfortunate I couldn't provide you with better info. Feel free to pop a mail any time though.
mbeenox:
Hello, can I still apply for fall semester 2015 in Norway by this time. Any school still accepting application.
It is too late, unfortunately.

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