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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Kingzy4pep(m): 9:07am On Oct 02
trix1:
Good morning everyone.
I'm having some challenges with payment of fees.
Deakin University only does online payments.
And to pay from Nigerian banks, you need to put in an account number when filling the Form A.
I contacted the agent and they advised using Western Union. However the banks I have visited are saying they only receive western union, they don't send.
Can someone please advise.
Thanks
Go to union bank.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by BensonMiracle(m): 10:11am On Oct 02
Please what is the financial requirements to study in Australia? It is the total tuition fee and cost of living for the entire programme (2years programme) or the tuition fee and cost of living for 1year?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by BensonMiracle(m): 11:58am On Oct 02
Please, I need such letter! Thanks
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by topiredo: 12:33pm On Oct 02
[quote author=justwise post=56319564][/quote] Please is it compulsory i submit English Proficiency test as part of my documents as a Nigerian?.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by topiredo: 12:38pm On Oct 02
Kingzy4pep:
Go to union bank.
Please do they issue PGWP in Aussie like Canada?.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by trix1: 4:57pm On Oct 02
Ikjosh04:



Print out your admission letter.

Also, it depends on the state and location of the branch of a bank cause most of this bank staffs don't know shit about the different bank operations besides the normal day to day transactions.

Go back there or use Zenith bank and tell the customer care or anyone inside the bank that you want to speak with the Trade officer.

Thanks a lot. Tried another bank and they accepted.

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by tpain22: 12:11am On Oct 03
You guys have been warned before about BCIE, those guys will receive your COE and won't tell you, it happened to me so please contact the school by mail or if you have someone over there to call them directly coz that's what I did and I later realized the school has sent the COE almost immediately after paying school fees. BCIE will intensionally tell Deakin not to copy you in the mail. If I were you I would act fast. ASAP
And contacting them don't act naive sound confident


sokia4real:
I have paid fees since April o. Got offer for July admission, deferred to November . No COE yet abi this people Dey use me play ni. I used BCIE

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Ligogu: 12:24pm On Oct 03
Hello guy, how do you see this.

I am currently in Ukraine, I am planning of coming to Australia to do 1 year business certificate course after then i will apply to another 2 years program in any University/college so that i can get my two years post study permit.


Please is it a Good plan. I need advice for me on this journey?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Ilias2: 5:51am On Oct 04
Ligogu:
Hello guy, how do you see this.

I am currently in Ukraine, I am planning of coming to Australia to do 1 year business certificate course after then i will apply to another 2 years program in any University/college so that i can get my two years post study permit.


Please is it a Good plan. I need advice for me on this journey?




Just go for your masters straight and check to see if you could get subsidised tuition in the form of scholarship. They are currently encouraging people to enrol and using that as a strategy to entice student. Dont waste your time doing 1 year diploma and going for 2 years again.Not worth it

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by zorani(m): 10:03am On Oct 04
Smile4mee01:


Your age is not the issue, a friend got his Visa @ 35. For Masters. That's why I often recommend using an agent. Even before my agent collected money from me they looked at all my documents and saw that i had a really good chance. .

But guys Australia is a little tough at the moment. The covid has put most international students in a hard place. So think am well.

God bless you to being truthful. I wonder why people still running here for study at this time. They should hold all the money needed for all their studies O.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Jubrilx3: 4:12pm On Oct 04
which A level school can I apply directly by myself without using AGENT

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Ikjosh04: 5:27pm On Oct 04
#My Perspective I am open to correction and more enlightenment

Well, it's an open fact that Coronavirus impacted all. Countries economy negatively and that's including Australia but it's also worthy of note that all state in Australia are doing pretty good(Perth even had a budget surplus from their 2020 allocated budget. I.e., more than enough money) with the exception of Melbourne which is just easing the recent lockdown and I actually read few hours ago or so that many folks in Melbourne flocked to the beach few days back without nose mask and following the covid 19 safety protocols or so.

Be that as it may, on the police remembrance day which happened last week, Scott Morrison said 750,000 jobs have been recovered and all states with the exception of Melbourne are doing great wrt bringing the lost jobs back.

Though, i am actually calm and looking to see what the 2021 budget that will be made public on the 6th October or so looks like to know and understand the next steps of Australia economy recovery.

the above points is just to show anyone reading that I'm doing my best to get informed about the economy situation.

Now, the bone of contention is about this tution fee stuff.

Taking myself for example, my tution fee for the 2yr program is over A$70,000 and its only the elite which is less than 10% of Nigerians can comfortably say they can afford to have the full tuition fees before going to Australia to study and huge part of those elite prefers to send their ward to the USA, Canada and the UK than Australia for the best reason known to them(i stand to be corrected, I'm just giving out a theory).

I don't find it comfortable when some people come in here to discourage us(myself included) from going to study in Australia because we don't have the full 2 year tution fee and I hope i have been able to clarify the question that's always popping up about having full tution fee before thinking of studying in Australia.

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Isha113: 1:32am On Oct 05
Smile4mee01:


Before you choose a course. Spend time on the SOL list and see. Most healthcare courses are good. Maybe you should consider social work. Nursing.....


They pay good and easy to get PR.
thank you. what's sol list please?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Smile4mee01: 4:22am On Oct 05
Isha113:

thank you. what's sol list please?

Skilled occupation list. You can also use Google to check. Before I came to Australia, I read nairaland for all fora in Australia for weeks, I even enter India fora on migrating to Australia.

I know it's not easy, but try and do the work.

Many agents dont even know what's happening here. Theirs is just to give you admission and help with Visa application and collect commision from university.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by AussieJoan: 8:34am On Oct 05
Ikjosh04:
#My Perspective I am open to correction and more enlightenment

Well, it's an open fact that Coronavirus impacted all. Countries economy negatively and that's including Australia but it's also worthy of note that all state in Australia are doing pretty good(Perth even had a budget surplus from their 2020 allocated budget. I.e., more than enough money) with the exception of Melbourne which is just easing the recent lockdown and I actually read few hours ago or so that many folks in Melbourne flocked to the beach few days back without nose mask and following the covid 19 safety protocols or so.

Be that as it may, on the police remembrance day which happened last week, Scott Morrison said 750,000 jobs have been recovered and all states with the exception of Melbourne are doing great wrt bringing the lost jobs back.

Though, i am actually calm and looking to see what the 2021 budget that will be made public on the 6th October or so looks like to know and understand the next steps of Australia economy recovery.

the above points is just to show anyone reading that I'm doing my best to get informed about the economy situation.

Now, the bone of contention is about this tution fee stuff.

Taking myself for example, my tution fee for the 2yr program is over A$70,000 and its only the elite which is less than 10% of Nigerians can comfortably say they can afford to have the full tuition fees before going to Australia to study and huge part of those elite prefers to send their ward to the USA, Canada and the UK than Australia for the best reason known to them(i stand to be corrected, I'm just giving out a theory).

I don't find it comfortable when some people come in here to discourage us(myself included) from going to study in Australia because we don't have the full 2 year tution fee and I hope i have been able to clarify the question that's always popping up about having full tution fee before thinking of studying in Australia.





I haven't come across anyone discouraging people from studying in Australia. Everyone says make sure you have your first year tuition at hand. Yes, there are jobs in Australia but it took me almost a year to get a good paying job that could pay my tuition and that includes after asking for extension and in some cases taking out loans to meet up with the deadline despite my "good paying job". Do you want people to paint an unrealistic version of Australia and then get accused of lying ?
Just because ScoMo said that 750k jobs will be recovered doesn't necessarily mean it will in all sectors. Once people gets here they realise they are on their own and except you come across angels disguised as humans to help you in times of need, it will be really hard sometimes.
I think this all comes down to understanding what people wrote in the context they did and getting clarification where needed.

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Ilias2: 11:53am On Oct 05
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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Ilias2: 11:55am On Oct 05
zorani:


God bless you to being truthful. I wonder why people still running here for study at this time. They should hold all the money needed for all their studies O.
Despite the Covid, I would say Covid for me has been a blessing in disguise. Yes, its not the best of times especially for some people. I worked at the Casino and was shut down, but I have other source of income going. BUT THEN AGAIN, I had 4 jobs and 3 on the line that I declined. Now, don't get it twisted, even though, I was lucky, so many people are still having issue getting a job.
The job market here in Australia is mostly about recommendation.
But never have the mindset like Lagos hustle, its not easy maintaining your time, studying at the same time and regulating your mental health. So in short, I encourage you to try. PREPARE FOR THE UGLY,BAD AND GOOD.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Ilias2: 12:04pm On Oct 05
Ikjosh04:
#My Perspective I am open to correction and more enlightenment

Well, it's an open fact that Coronavirus impacted all. Countries economy negatively and that's including Australia but it's also worthy of note that all state in Australia are doing pretty good(Perth even had a budget surplus from their 2020 allocated budget. I.e., more than enough money) with the exception of Melbourne which is just easing the recent lockdown and I actually read few hours ago or so that many folks in Melbourne flocked to the beach few days back without nose mask and following the covid 19 safety protocols or so.

Be that as it may, on the police remembrance day which happened last week, Scott Morrison said 750,000 jobs have been recovered and all states with the exception of Melbourne are doing great wrt bringing the lost jobs back.

Though, i am actually calm and looking to see what the 2021 budget that will be made public on the 6th October or so looks like to know and understand the next steps of Australia economy recovery.

the above points is just to show anyone reading that I'm doing my best to get informed about the economy situation.

Now, the bone of contention is about this tution fee stuff.

Taking myself for example, my tution fee for the 2yr program is over A$70,000 and its only the elite which is less than 10% of Nigerians can comfortably say they can afford to have the full tuition fees before going to Australia to study and huge part of those elite prefers to send their ward to the USA, Canada and the UK than Australia for the best reason known to them(i stand to be corrected, I'm just giving out a theory).

I don't find it comfortable when some people come in here to discourage us(myself included) from going to study in Australia because we don't have the full 2 year tution fee and I hope i have been able to clarify the question that's always popping up about having full tution fee before thinking of studying in Australia.


From experience, its not easy and its good to put in details what you have mentioned, the economy and other future projection. However, people say things from their perspective and I have had many people coming to my workplace (Humanitarian assistance) for help with accommodation due to homelessness.
70k fees is huge and perhaps find alternative source of income. For example. Doing freelance job as an IT consultant ( vitual assistance job).
The economy is growing back and healing. But remember that most of the Aussie recovery model focuses on the citizens first. Its the same country that the prime minister said student or foreigners can go home. I won't discourage you from coming. Its far better than US but think through the over 70+ fees along side if your Uni is full time or all days in the week.




Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Ikjosh04: 12:08pm On Oct 05
Nice feedback!!

No one is saying the process is gonna be Easy but it's definitely gonna be worth it at the end.

Information is key and like I always say "One of the central ideas of learning (academic culture) is that Knowledge develops through debate and arguments"

Ciao!

AussieJoan:


I haven't come across anyone discouraging people from studying in Australia. Everyone says make sure you have your first year tuition at hand. Yes, there are jobs in Australia but it took me almost a year to get a good paying job that could pay my tuition and that includes after asking for extension and in some cases taking out loans to meet up with the deadline despite my "good paying job". Do you want people to paint an unrealistic version of Australia and then get accused of lying ?
Just because ScoMo said that 750k jobs will be recovered doesn't necessarily mean it will in all sectors. Once people gets here they realise they are on their own and except you come across angels disguised as humans to help you in times of need, it will be really hard sometimes.
I think this all comes down to understanding what people wrote in the context they did and getting clarification where needed.
Ilias2:

Despite the Covid, I would say Covid for me has been a blessing in disguise. Yes, its not the best of times especially for some people. I worked at the Casino and was shut down, but I have other source of income going. BUT THEN AGAIN, I had 4 jobs and 3 on the line that I declined. Now, don't get it twisted, even though, I was lucky, so many people are still having issue getting a job.
The job market here in Australia is mostly about recommendation.
But never have the mindset like Lagos hustle, its not easy maintaining your time, studying at the same time and regulating your mental health. So in short, I encourage you to try. PREPARE FOR THE UGLY,BAD AND GOOD.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Ilias2: 12:18pm On Oct 05
AussieJoan:


I haven't come across anyone discouraging people from studying in Australia. Everyone says make sure you have your first year tuition at hand. Yes, there are jobs in Australia but it took me almost a year to get a good paying job that could pay my tuition and that includes after asking for extension and in some cases taking out loans to meet up with the deadline despite my "good paying job". Do you want people to paint an unrealistic version of Australia and then get accused of lying ?
Just because ScoMo said that 750k jobs will be recovered doesn't necessarily mean it will in all sectors. Once people gets here they realise they are on their own and except you come across angels disguised as humans to help you in times of need, it will be really hard sometimes.
I think this all comes down to understanding what people wrote in the context they did and getting clarification where needed.




That's 100% true. .. I agree with you.

Essentially, when coming,plan ahead.

Even so, qyou get a job 3 weeks after you come, you need to generate an average of 11,000 for your 2nd semester tuition and for you to be able to work effectively, you would need a car.
Since its your first job, they require you to work on most jobs mornings which clashes with your class schedules. So it put more pressure on you and your academics in the first 2 or so months.

I am saying all this for some of you to have that mental picture and be able to plan ahead knowing this before hand and to be able to creatively find a solution if there's one. Not necessarily to discourage ...general awareness.
Many like me have passed through this hurdles before and doing much better now.

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Priceless25: 8:45pm On Oct 05
Please house... does anyone know how long it takes James Cook university to respond? I filed my application on Oct 1 and there's no reply yet and the application is unassessed. Does anyone know how long this takes?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by zorani(m): 12:13am On Oct 06
Ilias2:

Despite the Covid, I would say Covid for me has been a blessing in disguise. Yes, its not the best of times especially for some people. I worked at the Casino and was shut down, but I have other source of income going. BUT THEN AGAIN, I had 4 jobs and 3 on the line that I declined. Now, don't get it twisted, even though, I was lucky, so many people are still having issue getting a job.
The job market here in Australia is mostly about recommendation.
But never have the mindset like Lagos hustle, its not easy maintaining your time, studying at the same time and regulating your mental health. So in short, I encourage you to try. PREPARE FOR THE UGLY,BAD AND GOOD.

Bro I finished uni in Melbourne in 2017. Then things were easier not easy.. Am only advicing people coming in now. You that got jobs during covid, U are already here before covid. Don't compare with a newbie just landing at this time.

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by sokia4real: 3:47am On Oct 06
trix1:
Good morning everyone.
I'm having some challenges with payment of fees.
Deakin University only does online payments.
And to pay from Nigerian banks, you need to put in an account number when filling the Form A.
I contacted the agent and they advised using Western Union. However the banks I have visited are saying they only receive western union, they don't send.
Can someone please advise.
Thanks

Those banks staff don’t know shit. I went to first , access and Stanbic and they were saying shit until I made enquires and finally used first bank. Tell them form A. I paid deakin fees around March, print western union payment stuff online and take it to the bank. They will help you(go to a good branch)
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by sokia4real: 3:49am On Oct 06
tpain22:
You guys have been warned before about BCIE, those guys will receive your COE and won't tell you, it happened to me so please contact the school by mail or if you have someone over there to call them directly coz that's what I did and I later realized the school has sent the COE almost immediately after paying school fees. BCIE will intensionally tell Deakin not to copy you in the mail. If I were you I would act fast. ASAP
And contacting them don't act naive sound confident



Wow are you really serious about BCIE? Do they do such shit. I will call them and contact the school too
Thanks
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Raymum: 5:41pm On Oct 06
Jubrilx3:
which A level school can I apply directly by myself without using AGENT

UWA
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Raymum: 5:59pm On Oct 06
AussieJoan:


Your comment is 100% on point.
First, when Australian Govt says have your 1yr living expenses and other financial requirements proof handy, it's an interpretation of the reality that confronts you when you land. If you come to Australia with the spiritual mentality of 'when I reach the bridge I go cross am' e go shock you enter depression and maybe you fit trek enter Paupa New Guinea �

On a serious note, the reality is that it takes time for most people to get jobs that can pay their tuition straight way except for few furtunate people who already have friends and family here before they land or like you said if you meet good person to give you the right info on where and how to get job ASAP.

Long story short, we are here and we won't gain anything from discouraging others from coming but we will continue to give survival tips based on our or others experiences to help people avoid terrible mistakes with likely grave consequences and come here at least averagely prepared.

Who wan listen make e listen!





I haven't come across anyone discouraging people from studying in Australia. Everyone says make sure you have your first year tuition at hand. Yes, there are jobs in Australia but it took me almost a year to get a good paying job that could pay my tuition and that includes after asking for extension and in some cases taking out loans to meet up with the deadline despite my "good paying job". Do you want people to paint an unrealistic version of Australia and then get accused of lying ?
Just because ScoMo said that 750k jobs will be recovered doesn't necessarily mean it will in all sectors. Once people gets here they realise they are on their own and except you come across angels disguised as humans to help you in times of need, it will be really hard sometimes.
I think this all comes down to understanding what people wrote in the context they did and getting clarification where needed.

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Isha113: 4:33pm On Oct 07
Smile4mee01:


Skilled occupation list. You can also use Google to check. Before I came to Australia, I read nairaland for all fora in Australia for weeks, I even enter India fora on migrating to Australia.

I know it's not easy, but try and do the work.

Many agents dont even know what's happening here. Theirs is just to give you admission and help with Visa application and collect commision from university.

thank you very much
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by valveraaaa: 5:25pm On Oct 07
Pls do we have those who are set to resume for march 2021.Msc.please whats up with update.will it be possible for us to cross over by then for a face to face lectures?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by kenyd(m): 6:13pm On Oct 07
Ikjosh04:



Print out your admission letter.

Also, it depends on the state and location of the branch of a bank cause most of this bank staffs don't know shit about the different bank operations besides the normal day to day transactions.

Go back there or use Zenith bank and tell the customer care or anyone inside the bank that you want to speak with the Trade officer.
Ikjosh04:


The bolded is wrong.

What you need to pay your fees in addition to the form A and the hand written letter of instruction telling your bank to debit the tution fee money out of your account is to generate a payment instruction from western union global business( it's quite easy to do that) and print it out.

Follow the instructions in your offer letter, the offer letter should have a clickable link that will take you directly to the western union website.

Dollar is scarce but you should get debited within 3wks after initiating the form A request.

The rate is btw 379-381.6 per usd has at last month.
I guess you are in Australia and you don’t know what is happening in Nigeria, so don’t doubt what the guy is saying. Maybe it was easy paying tuition through form A before but since after covid 19, it’s like a bull passing through a needle eye. FG gave banks directive to limit dollar transactions and currently, thousands of people who applied through form A are on queue. I got admission in the same deakin university and I hv been tryin to pay my tuition since last month using form A and it’s still pending. I toured nearly all the banks looking which that will do it faster buh they are all saying the same story. First bank actually stopped paying through western union unless through the school account directly. Even the first bank lady says they get only $10 million for form A allocation from CBN monthly and it barely enough. Banks like GTB, Access and FCMB pays to western union account buh currently the queue is much there too. Most times staff in the bank will even advice you to open a domiciliary account and go source the dollar yourself to make the payment faster if you need urgent payment. I even tried paying using GTB MasterCard and I was told that I can only make a 100 dollar transaction daily.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Ikjosh04: 7:20pm On Oct 07
Hi kenyd, sorry about the constrain you're facing in making your payment.

My comments you quoted is an advice/information I gave someone here that was having the same constrain you're currently experiencing and the person followed the instructions and came back to give a positive feedback/thank you!

I advice you re-read what you quote and follow the instructions.

kenyd:

I guess you are in Australia and you don’t know what is happening in Nigeria, so don’t doubt what the guy is saying. Maybe it was easy paying tuition through form A before but since after covid 19, it’s like a bull passing through a needle eye. FG gave banks directive to limit dollar transactions and currently, thousands of people who applied through form A are on queue. I got admission in the same deakin university and I hv been tryin to pay my tuition since last month using form A and it’s still pending. I toured nearly all the banks looking which that will do it faster buh they are all saying the same story. First bank actually stopped paying through western union unless through the school account directly. Even the first bank lady says they get only $10 million for form A allocation from CBN monthly and it barely enough. Banks like GTB, Access and FCMB pays to western union account buh currently the queue is much there too. Most times staff in the bank will even advice you to open a domiciliary account and go source the dollar yourself to make the payment faster if you need urgent payment. I even tried paying using GTB MasterCard and I was told that I can only make a 100 dollar transaction daily.

Yeah, nothing is certain now and we still have 3 months so anything can happen. We just need to be hopeful.

Meanwhile, the update I got is Darwin, Adelaide and Perth (North, South and Western Australia) has put everything in place to kick start the pilot scheme that will bring in some international students to Australia this October but are only waiting for Scott signature and approval.

valveraaaa:
Pls do we have those who are set to resume for march 2021.Msc.please whats up with update.will it be possible for us to cross over by then for a face to face lectures?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Mailthaddeus(m): 7:48pm On Oct 07
BensonMiracle:
Please what is the financial requirements to study in Australia? It is the total tuition fee and cost of living for the entire programme (2years programme) or the tuition fee and cost of living for 1year?

On the average, tuition fee will be around $62,000AUD for masters program, then another $2000AUD for Overseas Health Insurance and collage/adminstrative fees. Rental cost starts from around $130/week, but once u are in Australia, you can work to support ur studies. But prepare for at least 1month rent, cos there is no guarantee u will get a job asap. Also, a car is very important, you could get cheap one from around $2000-3000...in everything, u start small and then upgrade.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Mailthaddeus(m): 7:52pm On Oct 07
Priceless25:
Please house... does anyone know how long it takes James Cook university to respond? I filed my application on Oct 1 and there's no reply yet and the application is unassessed. Does anyone know how long this takes?
Which session are u studying for? Next intake following ur date of application is February, I guess there is still plenty time. JCU will probably respond within a month.

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