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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by bodyco: 5:33pm On May 30
martineverest:
yeah....open a savings account and 'ship' Ur tuition fees to the account.then request for form A.they will only request for Ur ID,offer letter,degree certificate etc

Can the whole process of opening an account and payment be made possible one day..?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by martineverest(m): 5:42pm On May 30
bodyco:


Can the whole process of opening an account and payment be made possible one day..?
I can't say....open an account day one and transfer the money the next day.i guess u can pay the second day.

go to the bank and make enquiry
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pradit: 8:02am On May 31
Please when is the best time to apply for visa against
September intake/session. Is June a good time or July ?
Also can one have two sponsors and must both sponsors
Provide bank details ?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by mykhelz958: 8:46am On May 31
Pradit:
Please when is the best time to apply for visa against
September intake/session. Is June a good time or July ?
Also can one have two sponsors and must both sponsors
Provide bank details ?

U can apply now. And yes u can have co sponsors. You hav to proove their relationship to you. Also they hav to provide thier statement of accounts. Each of them should have a sponsorship letter for you (letter of co sponsorship)
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Stephanie22: 9:35am On May 31
Good morning everyone, this is my first time writing here. I want to ask a couple of questions. I am presently thinking of schooling in Ireland and I found the University of Limerick to study FINANCIAL SERVICES for my masters degree.

I am a social science student and I want to know if the course I choose is among the courses on the critical skilled list that will get permanent residency after graduation and the 2years work experience. Or is it just IT courses

I also want to know
1) Courses in social sciences I can study that is in the critical skills list.

2)The opportunities to get a partime job in Limerick

3) Opportunities to get a job in my discipline in Limerick after graduation.

4) if IELTS or any English proficiency exam is compulsory for Ireland's visa interview. Thank you very much house as I await responses. God bless you all.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Gbp2020: 1:31pm On May 31
I went to Zenith bank this morning to confirm and was told to come with the school invoice, offer letter my I'D

martineverest:
where u able to check?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by martineverest(m): 1:42pm On May 31
Gbp2020:
I went to Zenith bank this morning to confirm and was told to come with the school invoice, offer letter my I'D

yeah....go with Ur admission letter, voter's card or international passport and also the school's bank details

what is their xchange rate?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by obongkaks: 2:38pm On May 31
Did they state their exchange rate?

Gbp2020:
I went to Zenith bank this morning to confirm and was told to come with the school invoice, offer letter my I'D

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Gbp2020: 5:17pm On May 31
Exchange rate was 360#

martineverest:
yeah....go with Ur admission letter, voter's card or international passport and also the school's bank details

what is their xchange rate?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by martineverest(m): 5:31pm On May 31
Gbp2020:
Exchange rate was 360#

it was 345 last month

at least, I wasn't lieing....most people don't know about zenith exchange rate.u can spread the news
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Stephanie22: 8:04pm On May 31
Stephanie22:
Good morning everyone, this is my first time writing here. I want to ask a couple of questions. I am presently thinking of schooling in Ireland and I found the University of Limerick to study FINANCIAL SERVICES for my masters degree.

I am a social science student and I want to know if the course I choose is among the courses on the critical skilled list that will get permanent residency after graduation and the 2years work experience. Or is it just IT courses

I also want to know
1) Courses in social sciences I can study that is in the critical skills list.

2)The opportunities to get a partime job in Limerick

3) Opportunities to get a job in my discipline in Limerick after graduation.

4) if IELTS or any English proficiency exam is compulsory for Ireland's visa interview. Thank you very much house as I await responses. God bless you all.
I need someone to put me through please. No one has said anything since morning.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yemiiee: 10:05pm On May 31
Gbp2020:
Exchange rate was 360#


Please, are you saying 360/1€ or 360/1$. I’m sorry just want to be sure if I should run there on Monday and please which branch?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Gbp2020: 11:48pm On May 31
Visit any Zenith bank near you and ask for Form A exchange rate

Yemiiee:


Please, are you saying 360/1€ or 360/1$. I’m sorry just want to be sure if I should run there on Monday and please which branch?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Gbp2020: 11:51pm On May 31
EUR not dollars and you can visit any Zenith bank near you to ask for the exchange rate using Form A
Yemiiee:


Please, are you saying 360/1€ or 360/1$. I’m sorry just want to be sure if I should run there on Monday and please which branch?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Seg11(m): 10:23am On Jun 01
I paid my fees via Gtb for 356/1€ here in lagos



Yemiiee:


Please, are you saying 360/1€ or 360/1$. I’m sorry just want to be sure if I should run there on Monday and please which branch?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by adesbaba: 12:12pm On Jun 01
Hello,

Please is there any Ireland school with MSC Finance/Accounting that takes 50% tuition at enrollment while you pay the balance later....Not all of us get huge millions to sponsor person...


Thanks family ...
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by bodyco: 2:20pm On Jun 01
[quote author=Seg11 post=78916813]I paid my fees via Gtb for 356/1€ here in lagos



For real... I'm going to stop my first Bank transaction.

Those guys are taking over 400
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz: 2:33pm On Jun 01
Seg11:
I paid my fees via Gtb for 356/1€ here in lagos





Hello people,
I want to clarify something here. When I was to pay my tuition, I went to Gtb and inquired about Form A exchange rate, I was made to understand that the international exchange market is domiciled against the USD. Hence you buy dollars first then it is converted to whichever currency you wish to buy.
So for those of you saying you were told 1€/357 should do well to be sure you understand the currency you were told at the bank.

For a clearer understanding, how much is your fees in Euro and how much was deducted from your account?
Do the maths and we will have a clearer picture of the subject matter.

I may be wrong on this one but hey it's a discussion thread.

Regards

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pradit: 2:46pm On Jun 01
Dreamchaserz:



Hello people,
I want to clarify something here. When I was to pay my tuition, I went to Gtb and inquired about Form A exchange rate, I was made to understand that the international exchange market is domiciled against the USD. Hence you buy dollars first then it is converted to whichever currency you wish to buy.
So for those of you saying you were told 1€/357 should do well to be sure you understand the currency you were told at the bank.

For a clearer understanding, how much is your fees in Euro and how much was deducted from your account?
Do the maths and we will have a clearer picture of the subject matter.

I may be wrong on this one but hey it's a discussion thread.

Regards
this info is really needed because most banks are saying 401
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Emmanuel360(m): 9:36am On Jun 02
Can I use a savings account for the form A? Someone told me I'll need to open a current or domiciliary account to use the form A. I want to use gtb and I already have a saving account with them
Seg11:
I paid my fees via Gtb for 356/1€ here in lagos



Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 3:30pm On Jun 02
Dreamchaserz:



Hello people,
I want to clarify something here. When I was to pay my tuition, I went to Gtb and inquired about Form A exchange rate, I was made to understand that the international exchange market is domiciled against the USD. Hence you buy dollars first then it is converted to whichever currency you wish to buy.
So for those of you saying you were told 1€/357 should do well to be sure you understand the currency you were told at the bank.

For a clearer understanding, how much is your fees in Euro and how much was deducted from your account?
Do the maths and we will have a clearer picture of the subject matter.

I may be wrong on this one but hey it's a discussion thread.

Regards

You nailed it. That's how the transactions work.

For the person asking about savings or Current, Most banks do Current . GTB i think can process from a savings account.

Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Silin(f): 1:23am On Jun 03
Guys plss I need ur suggestion..

I wanted to use the education Bond for proof of statement.. unknowingly to me..I thought I can pay with my dollar account

wen I registered..I got to know that i can only pay using by bank transfer. And the money is in euros, according to slip generated.

And I don't have a euro account. because getting euro is very hard...

So I want to ask. Is it possible to use my dollar account to do the bank transfer in euro. Or should i just leave the money in my domiciliary dollar account and just use it as proof of funds..

So my main question now is. If I can also use my domiciliary dollar bank statement for my visa application with the 8000 Dollars in it...
Thank you.. pls I need ur suggestion fast plssssss
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by finix77: 9:20am On Jun 03
Hi all. I need some guidance please...

I understand that we don't require an address to apply for visa. On the visa application though, it is asking me for contact information about host/ accomodation.

Will it be ok to use the school information for this even though I don't want to stay in school accomodation? And is it ok to use school info to apply for health insurance as well?

Thanks in advance
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz: 10:56am On Jun 03
finix77:
Hi all. I need some guidance please...

I understand that we don't require an address to apply for visa. On the visa application though, it is asking me for contact information about host/ accomodation.

Will it be ok to use the school information for this even though I don't want to stay in school accomodation? And is it ok to use school info to apply for health insurance as well?

Thanks in advance

Use the school address and when you get to where you are asked if you know the host personally, click no.

You will be fine las las.

Regards
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by finix77: 11:44am On Jun 03
Dreamchaserz:


Use the school address and when you get to where you are asked if you know the host personally, click no.

You will be fine las las.

Regards


Thank you! I really appreciate it cheesy
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pradit: 1:36pm On Jun 03
Just checked a couple of zenith banks and they said rate
Is usually first calculated in dollar multiplied by
1.1424 so it depends on how much dollar is that day
Or how did you guys do yours ?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by bodyco: 3:53pm On Jun 03
martineverest:
have u confirmed it?

Just made inquiries from Zenith and Fidelity banks and they are all in consonant with that of first Bank . as at today, the exchange rate using Form A all stood at 398 to 399.

Please, let's always be sure of what ever info will put here. And if it's not verified, u can as well indicate so.

Thanks.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by martineverest(m): 4:16pm On Jun 03
bodyco:


Just made inquiries from Zenith and Fidelity banks and they are all in consonant with that of first Bank . as at today, the exchange rate using Form A all stood at 398 to 399.

Please, let's always be sure of what ever info will put here. And if it's not verified, u can as well indicate so.

Thanks.
do u even realise that Forex changes?......read the previous response by some followers of this thread.somwbody confirmed it
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Sholsp: 5:48pm On Jun 03
Fact is the official transaction denomination for payment of school fees from Nigeria using the form A is the US dollar.there is no point going back and forth on that.no bank will transact the fee using the Euro or Pound.it will be calculated in dollars and that equivalent taken from your current naira account. The payment would be remitted to your host school in Euro, using another conversion rate over there.Using the USD to transact is a big help rendered, dats all.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by tomiee(m): 1:13pm On Jun 04
oyinthread:
Plz, who got an offer from Griffith college for Sept intake or current student there?
Sept intake here

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pradit: 5:40pm On Jun 04
Has anyone going to dbs payed tuition here ?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by oyinthread: 6:38pm On Jun 04
tomiee:

Sept intake here

Yea

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