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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by ijayaone: 3:54pm On Jan 07
someone like me with ssce certificate and also a photographer ,can i get a job in norway .i heard forklift driver are earning a lot of money
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Jubrilx3: 5:14pm On Jan 07
You are to inform your school to send copy to stavenger also. I read it on thier website.





amaka157:


Hei, I think you should mail the school about this.. Didn't see anything like that when I applied last November tou

Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Samuelkirk(m): 6:15pm On Jan 07
hey guys like how much does a fresh graduate need to start a life in Norway.. visa and all . thanks

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by amaka157: 6:27pm On Jan 07
Jubrilx3:
You are to inform your school to send copy to stavenger also. I read it on thier website.







Hi, if you upload your student copy also ask your university to send the University official copy to stavanger.. . I also read somewhere here that you can go certify your student copy...

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by salford1: 6:57pm On Jan 07
cvv1477:
Norway currently, is the best country in the world according to human development index (HDI) and this HDI indicator is based on Life expectancy, Per capita income and education http://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/hdi-by-country/ after Norway, Switzerland is next then Australia. then In terms of world happiness report, Norway is the 3rd happiest Nation in the world after Finland and Denmark https://www.departures.com/travel/worlds-happiest-countries-2019 in fact the Scandinavia is the best in the world very peaceful with the lowest crime rate in the world. their healthcare system is superb if not the best in the world, then it should be the second best country in the world in terms of good and quality healthcare system. the only thing there is that the country is very very expensive and their tax rate is very high. You pay 30-35% tax and the higher the salary, the more tax you pay this is according to my brother that's based there. the high tax rate does not bother the workers because they pay for what makes life beautiful. education is free, quality healthcare, clean environment and a well defined transport system both air and land. accommodation is also very expensive but if you've a job at hand, you won't feel it because pay there is very very very high and the country is very very very cold especially during winter period. the weather is cold now because they're in winter. so make sure you have a job there first before you go there. Norway believes in Egalitarianism I.e equality of both men and women and there is no salary disparity between men and women. it's a peaceful and wealthy nation. My best countries in the world 1 Norway 2 Australia 3 Canada 4 Switzerland 5 Netherlands, Denmark and sweden . Did you see UK or the USA there? No.. the 2 countries are living in old glory. if you want a very very high pay, then go off to the countries I listed above. the best way to go there is via education. simple!...list of high paying careers in the aforementioned countries are; nursing, medicine, Engineering (petroleum, chemical, Geoscience, computer for Norway) data science, information technology, Health Safety and Environment, Economics and finance, project management e.t.c . use this website for Norwegian visa information https://www.udi.no/en/word-definitions/fees/#link-3596 just do your best and commit the rest to God Shalom!.. if you find anything difficult add me on Facebook Prince Chidinma Victor and I will put you through..Just try Nigeria is a joke and victory belongs to God!

Good post.However, I would like to add a few points as per the bolded.

- Tax are very similar in most advanced countries. On average, tax is similar in Canada and Norway, but if you take the fact that most people live in the provinces shown below, then tax could be higher than in Canada. See the image below for someone earning $100k in the listed countries.

- Unlike Australia, pay is not that great in Canada, and it's an expensive country to live in. It is common knowledge in Canada that if you want a very good pay, you head to the USA. Not sure of how the US is living in past glory wink

- In Canada, careers in those listed professions i.e Petroleum, Geosciences or Chemical Engineering, in the petroleum industry are struggling due to the oil burst since 2014. It's been 6 years now of low oil price and Canada has one of the most difficult oil to refine in the world. It is similar to the deposit in Ondo State (bitumen).

Goodluck to those trying to make their way out of naija.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Vicktomaniaa(m): 8:50am On Jan 08
cvv1477:
Norway currently, is the best country in the world according to human development index (HDI) and this HDI indicator is based on Life expectancy, Per capita income and education http://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/hdi-by-country/ after Norway, Switzerland is next then Australia. then In terms of world happiness report, Norway is the 3rd happiest Nation in the world after Finland and Denmark https://www.departures.com/travel/worlds-happiest-countries-2019 in fact the Scandinavia is the best in the world very peaceful with the lowest crime rate in the world. their healthcare system is superb if not the best in the world, then it should be the second best country in the world in terms of good and quality healthcare system. the only thing there is that the country is very very expensive and their tax rate is very high. You pay 30-35% tax and the higher the salary, the more tax you pay this is according to my brother that's based there. the high tax rate does not bother the workers because they pay for what makes life beautiful. education is free, quality healthcare, clean environment and a well defined transport system both air and land. accommodation is also very expensive but if you've a job at hand, you won't feel it because pay there is very very very high and the country is very very very cold especially during winter period. the weather is cold now because they're in winter. so make sure you have a job there first before you go there. Norway believes in Egalitarianism I.e equality of both men and women and there is no salary disparity between men and women. it's a peaceful and wealthy nation. My best countries in the world 1 Norway 2 Australia 3 Canada 4 Switzerland 5 Netherlands, Denmark and sweden . Did you see UK or the USA there? No.. the 2 countries are living in old glory. if you want a very very high pay, then go off to the countries I listed above. the best way to go there is via education. simple!...list of high paying careers in the aforementioned countries are; nursing, medicine, Engineering (petroleum, chemical, Geoscience, computer for Norway) data science, information technology, Health Safety and Environment, Economics and finance, project management e.t.c . use this website for Norwegian visa information https://www.udi.no/en/word-definitions/fees/#link-3596 just do your best and commit the rest to God Shalom!.. if you find anything difficult add me on Facebook Prince Chidinma Victor and I will put you through..Just try Nigeria is a joke and victory belongs to God!



Your name pops up more than one pls can i have a direct link to you based on Finland �� or Norway....
Thanks ayenivictor_406@yahoo.com
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by esstacey: 9:06am On Jan 10
Hello guys, please should the sponsor guarantee letter be notarized
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by isetoluwase: 9:47am On Jan 10
Good morning everyone, pls can I submit my application to Uis without uploading my sponsor's statement of account cos the present balance is not up to 5m. Hope it won't be rejected if submitted?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by amaka157: 5:38pm On Jan 10
isetoluwase:
Good morning everyone, pls can I submit my application to Uis without uploading my sponsor's statement of account cos the present balance is not up to 5m. Hope it won't be rejected if submitted?


Yes I think.. ..
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by amaka157: 5:38pm On Jan 10
esstacey:
Hello guys, please should the sponsor guarantee letter be notarized



No

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by moriss33(m): 11:26pm On Jan 12
Hello NLers, I would love to apply for a work visa to Norway...
I operate Heavy Machinery (mobile Crane,Excavators & Forklifts).
I would love your inputs as to how I can achieve this ?

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by dennison4luv: 4:24pm On Jan 21
Greetings to every one here, please is any university still accepting applications for master program
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Odedenshi1(m): 4:34pm On Jan 21
dennison4luv:
Greetings to every one here, please is any university still accepting applications for master program

Check Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences but their deadline is fast approaching and it is February 1st, 2020.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by dennison4luv: 4:40pm On Jan 21
Odedenshi1:


Check Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences but their deadline is fast approaching and it is February 1st, 2020.



Thanks, I have my transcript already
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Odedenshi1(m): 5:51pm On Jan 21
dennison4luv:




Thanks, I have my transcript already

You would upload the one you have on the portal and your school would need to forward your official Transcript to the school. You have to be very fast about it, all the best.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by emperorsversion: 6:11pm On Jan 21
whats it like travelling there to hustle legally.... ofcourse i am learned and honestly the study visa package I would have but it's cost breaking..... I also intend to school after cumulative savings
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by dennison4luv: 6:36pm On Jan 21
Odedenshi1:


You would upload the one you have on the portal and your school would need to forward your official Transcript to the school. You have to be very fast about it, all the best.
pleases check ur inbox
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Jacknn: 10:18am On Jan 22
Odedenshi1:


You would upload the one you have on the portal and your school would need to forward your official Transcript to the school. You have to be very fast about it, all the best.

Please is it after the application that's when u forward your transcript to the school or after you've been accepted,that's when u tell ur university to forward hardcopy transcript, pls explain??
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Odedenshi1(m): 11:13pm On Jan 22
Jacknn:


Please is it after the application that's when u forward your transcript to the school or after you've been accepted,that's when u tell ur university to forward hardcopy transcript, pls explain??

During application, you upload the student copy of your Transcript and then contact your School to forward the official copy to the School by latest 1st of February. Deadline of receipt of all documents is February 15th, I hope you understand. All the best
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Jacknn: 10:19am On Jan 23
Odedenshi1:


During application, you upload the student copy of your Transcript and then contact your School to forward the official copy to the School by latest 1st of February. Deadline of receipt of all documents is February 15th, I hope you understand. All the best
Thanks yes I get..
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by delimit(m): 9:39am On Jan 24
Hello Nairalander,
I am applying to Molde university college for MSC. is it possible to go with my family because I have 3 kids with my wife. what is the likelyhood of getting PR after my education

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Ayo1111111111: 12:18pm On Jan 24
Hello lovely people?
Sorry I would like to know how possible it is to relocate from UAE to Norway.please it's urgent. Thanks in advance.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Luxiana19(f): 2:39pm On Jan 24
Hello house,

Please who knows of any school that is still open for applications now. Every school I checked, the deadline has passed. Please help
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by amaka157: 12:06pm On Jan 25
Luxiana19:
Hello house,

Please who knows of any school that is still open for applications now. Every school I checked, the deadline has passed. Please help


Try INN.. Deadline is Feb 1st and deadline for uploading documents is Feb 15.. Good luck

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by amaka157: 12:07pm On Jan 25
delimit:
Hello Nairalander,
I am applying to Molde university college for MSC. is it possible to go with my family because I have 3 kids with my wife. what is the likelyhood of getting PR after my education


Heard you can get pr if you are able to get a job immediately after studies....
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by delimit(m): 1:01pm On Jan 25
Check Molde university college- specilized university in Logistics, though they offer few courses at MSC and PhD level. application deadline is Feb 1st


Luxiana19:
Hello house,

Please who knows of any school that is still open for applications now. Every school I checked, the deadline has passed. Please help

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Jubrilx3: 3:30pm On Jan 25
Preferably first class/2:1. I always get scared when i see stuff like this in schools rqmnt.


Those school that requires tuition fees, am i going to pay now or when one get to Norway?. And how soon his transfer from one school to another in norway?.

I think using it as a medium to leave Nigeria and opt for a free tuition is a nice idea




delimit:
Check Molde university college- specilized university in Logistics, though they offer few courses at MSC and PhD level. application deadline is Feb 1st


Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Luxiana19(f): 9:49pm On Jan 26
Thank you, I’m grateful

amaka157:



Try INN.. Deadline is Feb 1st and deadline for uploading documents is Feb 15.. Good luck
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Luxiana19(f): 9:50pm On Jan 26
Thank you so much smiley smiley

delimit:
Check Molde university college- specilized university in Logistics, though they offer few courses at MSC and PhD level. application deadline is Feb 1st


Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by amaka157: 3:18pm On Jan 27
Luxiana19:
Thank you, I’m grateful





Uwcl.... Lykke til
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by RealJaneDoe: 5:58pm On Jan 27
A minimum requirement for admission to all programmes is the grade C or better on the ECTS scale . Note that admission is highly competitive.




Hi guys. who knows how i can convert my gpa to ects scale so i know if I reach up to a C in the scale. thanks.

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