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|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by bucky123(m): 7:34pm On Jan 10|
Visit the website of the Norwegian directorate of immigration (www.udi.no), there you will get all the information you need.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by bucky123(m): 7:37pm On Jan 10|
To document financing, you need your sponsor to give you a 'letter of sponsorship' and also bank statement.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Harvest22: 8:16am On Jan 11|
Please guys, I'm new here...I just your help very urgent. I need information about ongoing msc admission in Norway and am also looking for a particular program which is environmental management....please help any school ? God bless.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by DemigodZeus147(m): 12:03pm On Jan 11|
Application for non EU students ended December 1st.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by olujastro: 2:18pm On Jan 11|
DemigodZeus147:Not for all schools.
Harvest22:UiS begins its admission applications in January and closes in February/March.
Check uis.no for programmes in English that suit you.
You can also check studyinnorway.no for other suitable institutions.
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|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by alert20: 9:05am On Jan 12|
Hello fellow NL,
Pls I just want to know how to get a resident permit in Norway,
How long does it take and what is the price
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by toprealman: 11:15am On Jan 14|
chaiks:Whats the essence of a CGPA like this Why not 'gift' the person .01....clearly he must have been underscore in one way or the other.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Oskydaniellyyy: 2:37am On Jan 16|
Choose norway , you will be paid as a PhD student at least 45000 dollars a year. Then you can get your pR
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Mikejordan: 12:36am On Jan 18|
Thank you so much boss.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Mikejordan: 12:48am On Jan 18|
For my case, the relocation service center of my school applied on my behalf. I only sent to them the required documents. Since I am going for PhD, my case falls under skilled workers, and to get a resident permit for work, I had to pay 5400NOK. My application took 4weeks before it was approved by UDI.
(See this for reference https://www.udi.no/en/word-definitions/fees/#link-3592)
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by olioxx(m): 1:27pm On Jan 19|
Just a quick one:
** Nigerians in Norway, how do you cope with the weather? (I mean practical ways)
** How can I get a Job there ? I work in tech (Cyber security Engineer)
** Place to find accommodation in Norway?
** How friendly are Norwegians ?
Appreciate your replies
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Mikejordan: 8:37am On Jan 20|
To start with, you can apply for jobs that require your skills in Norway. A lot of job adverts are available here: https://www.jobbnorge.no. If you are able to get one then every other thing will follow.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by aahammed: 5:17am On Jan 21|
Been following this thread and really wish to come to Norway for a masters degree and work there afterwards. Studied Microbiology B.Sc and if possible would love to get advice on courses to do on masters level that is marketable in a country like Norway. I know its not an easy question for anyone to answer but probably someone might have a tip or two based on experience gathered during ur schooling or stay.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by olujastro: 6:50am On Jan 21|
olioxx:Weather: Wear more layers of clothing during winter. If possible double or triple your clothes from head to toe.
Job: Do a masters and find an IT job afterwards. Job market is opening up again, especially IT and Engineering.
Accommodation: Student housing - cheapest and conducive enough.
Friendliness: Norwegians are antisocial. They probably sold their interactive skills for oil money.
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by enility(m): 11:30pm On Jan 21|
Please can we keep this thread alive abeg. Most of us want to benefit from the free tuition fee for international students outside the Nordic environment. Please those that are currently studying should help us out abeg
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by enility(m): 5:31pm On Jan 22|
Secondly I am a final year student in Lagos State University studying Insurance. I want to further in my education by going to the University of Oslo for a course in Entrepreneurship or Stochastic and risk management. Although Risk management is very related to my course of study. I will be graduating with a cgpa of 3.90 by the grace of God. I have been doing petty petty research and I want anyone that wants to apply for the admission when it opens in October to make us work together so we can achieve our dreams.. I might even forfeit NYSC, because I can't serve a country that hasn't served me. Please let us hook up good people, and if creating a whatsapp group would be okay please early preparation prevents failure. God bless us all. Do we still have statflux here? Make una help us oooo
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by yinkeys(m): 11:49pm On Jan 22|
olujastro:I doubt if Nigerians put in up to 1000 visa applications annually from here
i also hear that place is sheeeesh very expensive
|Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by mejai(m): 11:59am|
Someone that graduated in 2010, chemical engineering with a 2:2(lower) wants to study msc in Norway. What's d chances?
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