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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by captainamiedi1: 6:40pm On Aug 16, 2018
please guys is TOEFL or IELTS necessary for admission into NTNU. Thanks
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by fedo15(m): 9:03pm On Aug 18, 2018
captainamiedi1:
please guys is TOEFL or IELTS necessary for admission into NTNU. Thanks
No u don't need any language test

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by HenryCarto: 4:05pm On Aug 28, 2018
I'll be applying for an MSc programme by October, still yet to choose from the schools though. I'm planning on sending multiple application (maybe 2) to different schools. Please successful people who applied for the past one should take the lead. We need updates and encouragement. Thanks!
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by bucky123(m): 8:29am On Aug 29, 2018
I applied to only one school and fortunately, I was admitted.
I don't know much about sending multiple applications but I think that can be achieved on Soknadsweb.



HenryCarto:
I'll be applying for an MSc programme by October, still yet to choose from the schools though. I'm planning on sending multiple application (maybe 2) to different schools. Please successful people who applied for the past one should take the lead. We need updates and encouragement. Thanks!
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by AlphaStyles(m): 9:32am On Aug 29, 2018
To travel go scandinavian countries dy worry me
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by AlphaStyles(m): 9:36am On Aug 29, 2018
To travel go this scandinivian countries dy worry me
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by HenryCarto: 5:52pm On Aug 29, 2018
Please bro can you drop an email so i can keep a contact, and prolly ask questions when need be. Thanks this is mine henrymailing@yahoo.com
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by HenryCarto: 5:53pm On Aug 29, 2018
Please bro can you drop an email so i can keep a contact, and prolly ask questions when need be. Thanks this is mine henrymailing@yahoo.com
bucky123:
I applied to only one school and fortunately, I was admitted.
I don't know much about sending multiple applications but I think that can be achieved on Soknadsweb.



bucky123:
I applied to only one school and fortunately, I was admitted.
I don't know much about sending multiple applications but I think that can be achieved on Soknadsweb.



Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by captainamiedi1: 8:15pm On Aug 29, 2018
bucky123:
I applied to only one school and fortunately, I was admitted.
I don't know much about sending multiple applications but I think that can be achieved on Soknadsweb.




bros im planning of applying to different schools once application starts. I'm considering ntnu, uis, usn. anyone wen enter

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by gbulah: 3:57pm On Sep 10, 2018
Good evening, just stumbled upon this thread Please i want to apply for an Msc in Norway. i have a CGPA of 3.42 and will like to know schools that offer good Geology courses and offer admission without much hassles. Thank you
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Masterteamy06: 2:05pm On Sep 17, 2018
Goodday good people,please I'm new here and I av loads of questions. Would be glad if I can get genuine response, 1st my friend said the 5.5m I will be paying still remains mine.can somebody please explain this
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Uchboggy(m): 1:46pm On Sep 19, 2018
Masterteamy06:
Goodday good people,please I'm new here and I av loads of questions. Would be glad if I can get genuine response, 1st my friend said the 5.5m I will be paying still remains mine.can somebody please explain this

When you’re offered admission, you’ll be required to send that money to the school, they will send you a receipt which you would use to apply for your visa, when you get to norway and open a bank account the school would then transfer the money back to you. From there you can do whatever you like with it.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by gbulah: 10:21pm On Sep 22, 2018
please those of us interested in applying this october, can we rally round and form a group so we can be prepared before the commencement of applications in the coming weeks

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by MALAGATHEBOSS: 11:12am On Sep 25, 2018
gbulah:
please those of us interested in applying this october, can we rally round and form a group so we can be prepared before the commencement of applications in the coming weeks


Okay am really interested too
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by whycaress: 11:50am On Sep 25, 2018
gbulah:
please those of us interested in applying this october, can we rally round and form a group so we can be prepared before the commencement of applications in the coming weeks


interested too
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by captainamiedi1: 6:55pm On Sep 25, 2018
guys, i have draft my motivation letter. please, who is interested in helping to review it with possible corrections. just pm me. thanks
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by mediko: 4:25pm On Sep 26, 2018
gbulah:
please those of us interested in applying this october, can we rally round and form a group so we can be prepared before the commencement of applications in the coming weeks

interested
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by StarFlux: 1:14am On Oct 01, 2018
Just popping in to say I'm glad to see this thread still going. I still get a lot of PMs regarding studies in Norway, but the truth is that there are too many for me to actually reply to (I actually tried making a new thread in the past with all info on the front page, but it was locked. It's really a hassle having to dig through all the pages in this thread). At the moment I attend UiB, so if anyone's heading that way (or any other matter), reply to this post and I'll be happy to help you all out.

I'll also be more active on NL from now on. Good luck to every one.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by okezie007(m): 9:32am On Oct 02, 2018
StarFlux:
Just popping in to say I'm glad to see this thread still going. I still get a lot of PMs regarding studies in Norway, but the truth is that there are too many for me to actually reply to (I actually tried making a new thread in the past with all info on the front page, but it was locked. It's really a hassle having to dig through all the pages in this thread). At the moment I attend UiB, so if anyone's heading that way (or any other matter), reply to this post and I'll be happy to help you all out.

I'll also be more active on NL from now on. Good luck to every one.

Nice to hear from you again. Presently, am having quality working experience in the field of Management Information Systems and am hoping it can help me secure admission in the future despite my third class grade. What are my chances?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by StarFlux: 1:01am On Oct 03, 2018
okezie007:
Nice to hear from you again. Presently, am having quality working experience in the field of Management Information Systems and am hoping it can help me secure admission in the future despite my third class grade. What are my chances?
Your chances are pretty slim I'd say. Know that many master degrees require a Norwegian C average. Third class is a Norwegian D so you'd fall below the required grade in most cases. They may or may not weigh your work experience (most likely not).
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by okezie007(m): 8:20am On Oct 03, 2018
StarFlux:
Your chances are pretty slim I'd say. Know that many master degrees require a Norwegian C average. Third class is a Norwegian D so you'd fall below the required grade in most cases. They may or may not weigh your work experience (most likely not).
Thank you
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by SValleyBoy: 1:17pm On Oct 03, 2018
hello, is there anyone here applying to NMBU this october?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Blaqqcorleone(m): 8:16pm On Oct 03, 2018
StarFlux:
Just popping in to say I'm glad to see this thread still going. I still get a lot of PMs regarding studies in Norway, but the truth is that there are too many for me to actually reply to (I actually tried making a new thread in the past with all info on the front page, but it was locked. It's really a hassle having to dig through all the pages in this thread). At the moment I attend UiB, so if anyone's heading that way (or any other matter), reply to this post and I'll be happy to help you all out.

I'll also be more active on NL from now on. Good luck to every one.


Hello,
Is it possible to transfer from a Nigeria university to Norway

Thanks
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by StarFlux: 11:59pm On Oct 03, 2018
Blaqqcorleone:


Hello,
Is it possible to transfer from a Nigeria university to Norway

Thanks
During a degree? I don't know, but I doubt it. Mayhaps your school has an exchange programme with a Norwegian institution.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Ejadike(m): 12:18am On Oct 04, 2018
StarFlux:
Just popping in to say I'm glad to see this thread still going. I still get a lot of PMs regarding studies in Norway, but the truth is that there are too many for me to actually reply to (I actually tried making a new thread in the past with all info on the front page, but it was locked. It's really a hassle having to dig through all the pages in this thread). At the moment I attend UiB, so if anyone's heading that way (or any other matter), reply to this post and I'll be happy to help you all out.

I'll also be more active on NL from now on. Good luck to every one.

Good evening from Nigeria. Please, i have an HND with an upper credit in estate management which is equivalent to Level 5 in the European education framework. What are my chances of getting a scholarship to run either a MSC or PGD with my HND?

Thanks.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Dralin(m): 2:54pm On Oct 04, 2018
Uchboggy:


When you’re offered admission, you’ll be required to send that money to the school, they will send you a receipt which you would use to apply for your visa, when you get to norway and open a bank account the school would then transfer the money back to you. From there you can do whatever you like with it.

pls are you paying for the whole years u will study at once or just the 1st year
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by sleekysoft(m): 5:54pm On Oct 05, 2018
Good day house, please I geeet the elders.. all protocols duly observed .. please I need assistance with getting admission in Norway.. I have a Bachelor Of Agriculture with a 3.0... please which one is advisable going for a Masters degree or bachelor degree ?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Uchboggy(m): 4:28pm On Oct 07, 2018
Dralin:


pls are you paying for the whole years u will study at once or just the 1st year
just the first year
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Gent009: 11:35pm On Oct 08, 2018
StarFlux:
Just popping in to say I'm glad to see this thread still going. I still get a lot of PMs regarding studies in Norway, but the truth is that there are too many for me to actually reply to (I actually tried making a new thread in the past with all info on the front page, but it was locked. It's really a hassle having to dig through all the pages in this thread). At the moment I attend UiB, so if anyone's heading that way (or any other matter), reply to this post and I'll be happy to help you all out.

I'll also be more active on NL from now on. Good luck to every one.


HI, I will like to ask. Do Norway give stay after one completes a master degree or u must come back to Nigeria immediately? Thanks. Hope you are good. Takia
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by StarFlux: 2:14am On Oct 11, 2018
Gent009:


HI, I will like to ask. Do Norway give stay after one completes a master degree or u must come back to Nigeria immediately? Thanks. Hope you are good. Takia
You can apply for a job seeker visa during your studies, but you must document sufficient funds during this period which is a lot of money: 240k NOK per year.
Ejadike:
Good evening from Nigeria. Please, i have an HND with an upper credit in estate management which is equivalent to Level 5 in the European education framework. What are my chances of getting a scholarship to run either a MSC or PGD with my HND?

Thanks.
Don't know, sorry. I believe Norway does not recognize HNDs.
sleekysoft:
Good day house, please I geeet the elders.. all protocols duly observed .. please I need assistance with getting admission in Norway.. I have a Bachelor Of Agriculture with a 3.0... please which one is advisable going for a Masters degree or bachelor degree ?
A Masters is probably your best bet. There are very few bachelor degrees available in the English language.

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