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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by peacefull(f): 1:59am On Sep 29
temitope23:


I've been going through your diary, and I must say you are doing a great job. With time you'll get better.

Thank you so much!
Oga temitope23!!
I really really appreciate you!!

I'm having fun!
Sometimes I took time to write 1hour or more. Still very difficult to write English.
But continue to write is my training!
I will not give up smiley

If you wanna know something about Japan and Japanese, Please let me know!
I will write about it cheesy

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by peacefull(f): 2:16am On Sep 29
4everEdward:


I have been following you for one year now, you have been such a great help in this thread God or whatever you serve bless you....

Which school admit nigerians...

Wow!! Really?!

Thank you so much!
I appreciate you!!

Sorry,I don't know which school admit Nigerian peoples.
Are you looking for university? or language school?

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by 4everEdward(m): 6:47am On Sep 29
peacefull:


Wow!! Really?!

Thank you so much!
I appreciate you!!

Sorry,I don't know which school admit Nigerian peoples.
Are you looking for university? or language school?

I am so passionate about Japan, so I would also like to learn their language too. But what am looking for is a course. Probably business administration or international relation.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by peacefull(f): 11:03am On Sep 29
4everEdward:


I am so passionate about Japan, so I would also like to learn their language too. But what am looking for is a course. Probably business administration or international relation.

Anytime when I see someone have passionate about Japan, someone who like Japan etc, I'm feeling very happy smiley

Thank you so much!
I really appreciate you!!

Have you checked some website like MEXT(Ministry of Education, Culture,Sports, Science and Technology Japan),JASSO(Japan Student Services Organaization) etc?
They have inform about study in Japan.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by 4everEdward(m): 12:51pm On Sep 29
peacefull:


Anytime when I see someone have passionate about Japan, someone who like Japan etc, I'm feeling very happy smiley

Thank you so much!
I really appreciate you!!

Have you checked some website like MEXT(Ministry of Education, Culture,Sports, Science and Technology Japan),JASSO(Japan Student Services Organaization) etc?
They have inform about study in Japan.


Yes I have checked out MEXT, but in nigeria it’s only for the rich, we the poor masses can’t access that scholarship because the Japan embassy here in Nigeria give the information only to the rich people, (I mean people working in the embassy) so I need something direct from japan that will make me get their admission then I will goto the embassy and apply for a visa.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by peacefull(f): 4:36pm On Sep 29
4everEdward:



Yes I have checked out MEXT, but in nigeria it’s only for the rich, we the poor masses can’t access that scholarship because the Japan embassy here in Nigeria give the information only to the rich people, (I mean people working in the embassy) so I need something direct from japan that will make me get their admission then I will goto the embassy and apply for a visa.

Really?!
I didn't know about that.
Sorry.

What about JPSS( Japan Study Support ) or IFSA( International Foreign Students Association).
They also have many information.
You can check about scholarship and school.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by 4everEdward(m): 11:44pm On Sep 29
peacefull:


Really?!
I didn't know about that.
Sorry.

What about JPSS( Japan Study Support ) or IFSA( International Foreign Students Association).
They also have many information.
You can check about scholarship and school.

Okay will check it out
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by blackbriar: 1:25pm On Oct 01
[quote author=4everEdward post=94453087]

Okay will check it out [/quote.
Bros this question has been answered repeatedly here.
We even also confirm that mext has been collobid.
Google about Japanese national university
Write to a professor
Some have grants and may support you
Or you hustle as a student
National university in Japan is affordable and we'll equipped
But if you dey wait scholarship from Nigeria.....long thing
There are also scholarship only available to an enrolled graduate student like rotary scholarship
So make that move.

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by blackbriar: 1:28pm On Oct 01
4everEdward:


I have been following you for one year now, you have been such a great help in this thread God or whatever you serve bless you....

Which school admit nigerians...

Which school admits Nigerians??
Is this really a question??
Are you sure you want to come to Japan?
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by 4everEdward(m): 1:39pm On Oct 01
[quote author=blackbriar post=94501332][/quote]

Bro I mean for undergraduate course... pls can you drop links if you can help us with links. I mean direct link because I have been thoroughly searching throughout the night but couldn’t found none at all.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by 4everEdward(m): 1:46pm On Oct 01
blackbriar:


Which school admits Nigerians??
Is this really a question??
Are you sure you want to come to Japan?



Pls don’t bully me. If you have the link you can help me because I have search buy couldn’t find one
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by blackbriar: 2:04pm On Oct 01
4everEdward:



Pls don’t bully me. If you have the link you can help me because I have search buy couldn’t find one

What couldn't you find?
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by blackbriar: 2:09pm On Oct 01
4everEdward:


Bro I mean for undergraduate course... pls can you drop links if you can help us with links. I mean direct link because I have been thoroughly searching throughout the night but couldn’t found none at all.

This question has been answered here also.
Undergraduate is strictly in japanese
And you have to prove your Japanese proficiency with jlpt n2 result
Can you write a chemistry exam fully in japanese?
Only graduate programs are both in japanese and English
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by 4everEdward(m): 4:11pm On Oct 01
blackbriar:


This question has been answered here also.
Undergraduate is strictly in japanese
And you have to prove your Japanese proficiency with jlpt n2 result
Can you write a chemistry exam fully in japanese?
Only graduate programs are both in japanese and English


Okay I understand now
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by blackbriar: 7:45am On Oct 02
Japanese national universities are affordable than UK or USA universities.
Graduate programs in Japan are research based master's not course work.
So you learn a lot and you do your experiments and reaserch yourself fully funded by the university.you don't pay or spend any one naira or yen of yours on your research.
Plus if your research is good. Your department also funds you to attend and present at conferences.
The average annual tuition fees at Japanese national universities is about 550,000 yen.
You also get to do part time work as a student,your visa allows it.

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by itsede: 4:07pm On Oct 04
Anyone with concrete information on Tokyo 2021? Please let us informed.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by blackbriar: 6:19am On Oct 05
itsede:
Anyone with concrete information on Tokyo 2021? Please let us informed.

Even Japan doesn't yet have concrete information on Tokyo 2021.
Huge loss on all the investment
New stadium and games village.
Expansion of metro rail

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by OgaLanister(m): 6:07am On Oct 11
Have been communicating with several national Universities in Japan for a post graduate program and i discovered that you are even allowed to pay your tuition twice but the only factor still holding me back is that they are all demanding for an IELTS certificate. Japan that doesn't speak English is making IELTS compulsory for we Nigerians that English is our lingua franca.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by NaotoKan: 6:20am On Oct 11
OgaLanister:
Have been communicating with several national Universities in Japan for a post graduate program and i discovered that you are even allowed to pay your tuition twice but the only factor still holding me back is that they are all demanding for an IELTS certificate. Japan that doesn't speak English is making IELTS compulsory for we Nigerians that English is our lingua franca.

That's a wrong way in looking at the issue. The course you intend applying for is taught in English and the institution needs to verify that you speak and understand English. Now, the belief that Nigeria is an English speaking country only applies to lingua franca not the academic or professional world. In Africa, only South Africa is considered a native English speaking country. Kenyans, Ghanaians and the rest would have to write English proficiency tests. Even Singaporeans write the IELTS, why not Nigerians whose system are corrupt and untrustworthy? If you are applying to a top university, it's very important you write the IELTS as scholarships are dependent on it, it's for your good o. Unless your school isn't a top university or included in the Global 30 program, but your posts come across as someone who needs these scholarships, so write it. Before you mention the price of IELTS, you should think of school fees and other expenses. It's a sacrifice you are making. You are not applying to Unilag, UNN or CU.

Save money, write the test. Admission is relatively easy provided you present all relevant documents.

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by 4everEdward(m): 6:25am On Oct 11
OgaLanister:
Have been communicating with several national Universities in Japan for a post graduate program and i discovered that you are even allowed to pay your tuition twice but the only factor still holding me back is that they are all demanding for an IELTS certificate. Japan that doesn't speak English is making IELTS compulsory for we Nigerians that English is our lingua franca.


What do you mean by post graduate study, please can you explain
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by NaotoKan: 6:44am On Oct 11
NaotoKan:


That's a wrong way in looking at the issue. The course you intend applying for is taught in English and the institution needs to verify that you speak and understand English. Now, the belief that Nigeria is an English speaking country only applies to lingua franca not the academic or professional world. In Africa, only South Africa is considered a native English speaking country. Kenyans, Ghanaians and the rest would have to write English proficiency tests. Even Singaporeans write the IELTS, why not Nigerians whose system are corrupt and untrustworthy? If you are applying to a top university, it's very important you write the IELTS as scholarships are dependent on it, it's for your good o. Unless your school isn't a top university or included in the Global 30 program, but your posts come across as someone who needs these scholarships, so write it. Before you mention the price of IELTS, you should think of school fees and other expenses. It's a sacrifice you are making. You are not applying to Unilag, UNN or CU.

Save money, write the test. Admission is relatively easy provided you present all relevant documents.

Also, you would need to provide bank statement showing you can afford the minimum of living costs in the area which your university is located. The bigger the city, the more your expenses. Thus, expect a bigger requirement for Tokyo and smaller requirement for smaller cities like Tottori and Co. So if the cost of writing the IELTS deters you, mehn, you have to restrategise. Fortunately, you still have time as the next admission season is for October 2021.

4everEdward:



What do you mean by post graduate study, please can you explain

After undergraduate studies, postgraduate studies are next. MSc, PhD etc. You should do your undergraduate studies in Nigeria as undergraduate studies in most Japanese universities are entirely in Japanese except for Tokyo Tech and few other universities that have undergraduate programs in English but with the requirement you would have to study Japanese during your studies to effectively learn. Run your undergraduate studies in Nigeria, aim for a fantastic grade and there are opportunities, trust me.

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Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by itsede: 8:19am On Oct 11
blackbriar:


Even Japan doesn't yet have concrete information on Tokyo 2021.
Huge loss on all the investment
New stadium and games village.
Expansion of metro rail
Thanks a million for the information.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by 4everEdward(m): 9:16am On Oct 11
NaotoKan:


Also, you would need to provide bank statement showing you can afford the minimum of living costs in the area which your university is located. The bigger the city, the more your expenses. Thus, expect a bigger requirement for Tokyo and smaller requirement for smaller cities like Tottori and Co. So if the cost of writing the IELTS deters you, mehn, you have to restrategise. Fortunately, you still have time as the next admission season is for October 2021.



After undergraduate studies, postgraduate studies are next. MSc, PhD etc. You should do your undergraduate studies in Nigeria as undergraduate studies in most Japanese universities are entirely in Japanese except for Tokyo Tech and few other universities that have undergraduate programs in English but with the requirement you would have to study Japanese during your studies to effectively learn. Run your undergraduate studies in Nigeria, aim for a fantastic grade and there are opportunities, trust me.

God bless you
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by blackbriar: 9:48am On Oct 11
itsede:
Thanks a million for the information.
Prospective date

Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by blackbriar: 10:00am On Oct 11
OgaLanister:
Have been communicating with several national Universities in Japan for a post graduate program and i discovered that you are even allowed to pay your tuition twice but the only factor still holding me back is that they are all demanding for an IELTS certificate. Japan that doesn't speak English is making IELTS compulsory for we Nigerians that English is our lingua franca.


This is new but however I can understand

I have seen Bangladeshi , Sri lankans with mehnnn English that will warrant knocks from popsy and momsy

Plus the ielts helps the University for its ranking . Ranking helps the University attract more funding.

I think my university lost its mext University slot cos of this.

Try close eye write am.
Kplele
To escape Naija no easy
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by OgaLanister(m): 10:23am On Oct 11
blackbriar:



This is new but however I can understand

I have seen Bangladeshi , Sri lankans with mehnnn English that will warrant knocks from popsy and momsy

Plus the ielts helps the University for its ranking . Ranking helps the University attract more funding.

I think my university lost its mext University slot cos of this.

Try close eye write am.
Kplele
To escape Naija no easy

Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha and i really wan leave this naija. Planning on writing it by next year January.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by OgaLanister(m): 10:32am On Oct 11
NaotoKan:


That's a wrong way in looking at the issue. The course you intend applying for is taught in English and the institution needs to verify that you speak and understand English. Now, the belief that Nigeria is an English speaking country only applies to lingua franca not the academic or professional world. In Africa, only South Africa is considered a native English speaking country. Kenyans, Ghanaians and the rest would have to write English proficiency tests. Even Singaporeans write the IELTS, why not Nigerians whose system are corrupt and untrustworthy? If you are applying to a top university, it's very important you write the IELTS as scholarships are dependent on it, it's for your good o. Unless your school isn't a top university or included in the Global 30 program, but your posts come across as someone who needs these scholarships, so write it. Before you mention the price of IELTS, you should think of school fees and other expenses. It's a sacrifice you are making. You are not applying to Unilag, UNN or CU.

Save money, write the test. Admission is relatively easy provided you present all relevant documents.

Already concluded on writing mine by January 2021. My annoyance with the condition was that i wanted leaving naija unfailingly this year because the admission period is always in October but due to the lockdown, wrting IELTS was impossible as at that time and that made me angry. On another note, Nigerians speak better English than south Africa how come SA is regarded as an English speaking country than our country Nigeria?
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by OgaLanister(m): 10:43am On Oct 11
NaotoKan:


Also, you would need to provide bank statement showing you can afford the minimum of living costs in the area which your university is located. The bigger the city, the more your expenses. Thus, expect a bigger requirement for Tokyo and smaller requirement for smaller cities like Tottori and Co. So if the cost of writing the IELTS deters you, mehn, you have to restrategise. Fortunately, you still have time as the next admission season is for October 2021

The cost of the exam wasn't my problem then but the timing(lockdown plus my urgency in wanting to take off from this country immediately). Not planning on using my bank statement because money no dey am at all, my elder brother's bank statement is what i am gonna use because he is the one standing as my sponsor. Sir, you made mention of having a high grade, my grade ain't quite on the high side but was told that Japanese national Universities doesn't look at grades, but just have a Bsc certificate and you are good to go.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by Price442: 11:23am On Oct 11
please I want to know if Japan is still issuing visa while on pandemic .... please my reason of asking is because my agent that is handling my Visa told me that I should relax that corona virus is still disturbing over their.... please has anyone gotten his or her Japanese Visa,,, I just want to know what is holding my Visa process.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 12:41pm On Oct 11
Price442:
please I want to know if Japan is still issuing visa while on pandemic .... please my reason of asking is because my agent that is handling my Visa told me that I should relax that corona virus is still disturbing over their.... please has anyone gotten his or her Japanese Visa,,, I just want to know what is holding my Visa process.

Short answer, NO!
Any residents are allowed and there special requirements that even residents have to fulfill to enter Japan.
Theres even talk from Mofa to close down the boarder for a while as the number of covid 19 cases arent reducing.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 12:42pm On Oct 11
blackbriar:



This is new but however I can understand

I have seen Bangladeshi , Sri lankans with mehnnn English that will warrant knocks from popsy and momsy

Plus the ielts helps the University for its ranking . Ranking helps the University attract more funding.

I think my university lost its mext University slot cos of this.

Try close eye write am.
Kplele
To escape Naija no easy

Right... You will discover that their English writing is on par to a Nigerian university student. Maybe even better.
Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by Price442: 2:15pm On Oct 11
moonraker:


Short answer, NO!
Any residents are allowed and there special requirements that even residents have to fulfill to enter Japan.
Theres even talk from Mofa to close down the boarder for a while as the number of covid 19 cases arent reducing.
thanks

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