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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by GiggsTk(m): 10:57am On Jul 10
Blessedolamide:


Hi, getting accommodation in Dublin is not easy but then, different people have different experience. I will advise you to book a temporary hostel on booking.com for 1-2weeks. For some hostels, you won't have to pay any deposit to book a space while others may require a deposit of 5-10% of the actual amount. By doing that, you will have a place to stay for a while and search properly for a room/apartment of your choice.

Rents.ie , daft.ie and hosting power are the major sites for searching. Another option is discussing your challenge with people on ground. Someone may know someone who knows where there's vacancy. Information flows alot. This worked for me.

Cheers!!!!

Please if I make my visa application without accommodation specified yet, could this affect the approval? School fees paid and education bond made.
I'm planning to stay with a friend.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by wealthmiq: 11:24am On Jul 10
Hello. Please how do you guys pay for the PTE? It won't accept any of my cards and now I am locked out of my account, I guess for trying too many times.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pradit: 11:40am On Jul 10
GiggsTk:


Please if I make my visa application without accommodation specified yet, could this affect the approval? School fees paid and education bond made.
I'm planning to stay with a friend.
a friend of mine got his visa without booking accommodation

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by EzeK01: 11:50am On Jul 10
Go to PTE exam center they will help, they might charge you extra 20k or more than, except if have credit card (the card you used is Debit card)
wealthmiq:
Hello. Please how do you guys pay for the PTE? It won't accept any of my cards and now I am locked out of my account, I guess for trying too many times.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ANEGBE84: 2:37pm On Jul 10
Good evening PLS I got admission in LiT for dis September for some reason I can't meet up, am trying to talk with d agent to defer d admission so I can go with January,he said d school only have January,PLS is that true for all schools, September next year is too far. Should I go for another school will dey refund my £500 .PLS which school will give me admission for January. I wan to do masters in business administration
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz(m): 3:11pm On Jul 10
ANEGBE84:
Good evening PLS I got admission in LiT for dis September for some reason I can't meet up, am trying to talk with d agent to defer d admission so I can go with January,he said d school only have January,PLS is that true for all schools, September next year is too far. Should I go for another school will dey refund my £500 .PLS which school will give me admission for January. I wan to do masters in business administration

LIT has just one intake per year which is September.

As for refunds, when I asked the admission office if they refund, this was their response; "We refund the full fees paid if a student is unable to attend LIT due to a visa refusal. For all other reasons, an administrative charge will be applied". Hope this helps

Regards
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by wealthmiq: 3:25pm On Jul 10
ANEGBE84:
Good evening PLS I got admission in LiT for dis September for some reason I can't meet up, am trying to talk with d agent to defer d admission so I can go with January,he said d school only have January,PLS is that true for all schools, September next year is too far. Should I go for another school will dey refund my £500 .PLS which school will give me admission for January. I wan to do masters in business administration
You can check out Dublin Business School. they offer January intake.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ANEGBE84: 3:32pm On Jul 10
wealthmiq:
You can check out Dublin Business School. they offer January intake.

Thanks Dublin is expensive if I can get outside Dublin like Limerick
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by wealthmiq: 3:53pm On Jul 10
ANEGBE84:


Thanks Dublin is expensive if I can get outside Dublin like Limerick
Try and google it. Hopefully you will find one.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Mydavids: 5:13pm On Jul 10
Go to Ukeas for assistance.
wealthmiq:
Hello. Please how do you guys pay for the PTE? It won't accept any of my cards and now I am locked out of my account, I guess for trying too many times.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by wealthmiq: 9:13pm On Jul 10
Mydavids:
Go to Ukeas for assistance.
Thanks. I was able to pay with a voucher. Can someone please point me towards any reliable study materials for the PTE?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ANEGBE84: 10:03pm On Jul 10
Dreamchaserz:


LIT has just one intake per year which is September.

As for refunds, when I asked the admission office if they refund, this was their response; "We refund the full fees paid if a student is unable to attend LIT due to a visa refusal. For all other reasons, an administrative charge will be applied". Hope this helps

Ok thanks so much

Regards
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ANEGBE84: 10:04pm On Jul 10
wealthmiq:
Try and google it. Hopefully you will find one.

Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Blessedolamide: 10:28pm On Jul 10
GiggsTk:


Please if I make my visa application without accommodation specified yet, could this affect the approval? School fees paid and education bond made.
I'm planning to stay with a friend.

Hi, i dont know about the latest trend, but many of us got approval last year without including accomodation booking.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by alusiala: 1:36am On Jul 11
femzyacess:

I didn't submit any statement..paid school fees in full and posted a 10k bond...waiting for the visa...a frnd did same and Got it
Alright. I am hoping you get yours. Did paying for the bond take time? Can one make payment and get a receipt in a few days?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lawiiiii: 7:06am On Jul 11
You can pay and get your receipt within 48/72 hours. I don’t know how long it takes for Nigerian banks to post the payment though. I used a foreign account.
alusiala:

Alright. I am hoping you get yours. Did paying for the bond take time? Can one make payment and get a receipt in a few days?

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dwebb55: 7:28am On Jul 11
[quote author=Chibabe4Christ post=80082190]Good Morning house.. I have asked this question serverally and no one is answering me. Please I need your response oooo

You can go online and check the rankings of each school to help you make up your mind. Also factor in living costs yo arrive at a decision. Most schools have great records and the choice of school has minimal effects on getting a job
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dwebb55: 7:37am On Jul 11
wealthmiq:
Thanks. I was able to pay with a voucher. Can someone please point me towards any reliable study materials for the PTE?

Google PTE exam Nairaland and a thread will come up. The last 6-10 pages has several links for materials. Also type in E2Learning with Jay on YouTube. I used his training methods and was able to score 90 with his tips. But you will need a lot of data
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by femzyacess: 8:23am On Jul 11
alusiala:

Alright. I am hoping you get yours. Did paying for the bond take time? Can one make payment and get a receipt in a few days?
All was gotten in 3 days
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Akmarley(m): 9:11am On Jul 11
On YouTube
E2 Language PTE with Jay
Navjot brar

Then on nairaland search for PTE English test
There’s a link on page 1
It’s a zipped file that contains PTE emulator so you have an idea of what the environment would look like

Then go to pte website and download offline test pdf

You can practice with those
That’s what I used to prepare within a week and few days

I just wrote mine yesterday and my results came out this morning
Overall score of 71

In my opinion speaking is the hardest so try and improve your speech and oral fluency(no pauses just keep going)

wealthmiq:
Thanks. I was able to pay with a voucher. Can someone please point me towards any reliable study materials for the PTE?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chuchu27: 9:14am On Jul 11
There's an app I used from the Google Playstore called PTE TUTORIALS, it was extremely helpful. It contains hundreds of timed mock exam past questions in the exact PTE format as well as their answers. I totally recommend it and it is completely free as well.

E2 PTE ACADEMIC's YouTube channel was also very helpful as well, there are tones of YouTube videos out there claiming to offer pte tutorials most of which are complete rubbish, but these offered such practical advise in their videos as well as tips, tricks and scoring information. All I used was the app I mentioned and the YouTube channel and I was able to get an overall score of 75, with perfect scores in writing and listening.

Would have scored higher notably in Speaking but the PTE center at UKEAS was small and got very loud when we all started the speaking section together, which was very distracting.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chuchu27: 9:29am On Jul 11
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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chuchu27: 9:33am On Jul 11
femzyacess:

I didn't submit any statement..paid school fees in full and posted a 10k bond...waiting for the visa...a frnd did same and Got it


Hey. I'm about to begin my visa process against January of next year, as I unfortunately will not be able to meet with September intake. I'll be using an Eurobond with no intention to submit my sponsor's statement of account ( My mum). The account hasn't had substantial cash flow and we are understandably worried that this might ultimately get me a visa rejection. My agent is however skeptical about solely opting for Eurobond w/o submitting my sponsors statement. She claims this will still get me rejected and she has seen cases of that happening.

Can you please reply with a list of the supporting documents you submitted or the friend of yours who was able to get his visa, did? She claims it might boil down to this. If there's anyone who got a visa through the Eurobond route, I'd also appreciate the supporting documents you had to attach to help bolster your case
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by wealthmiq: 10:26am On Jul 11
Thanks a lot guys. Those are really helping suggestions. I only have 4 days to prepare for it and it's freaking me out.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz(m): 12:01pm On Jul 11
Visa Issued!
LIT, September intake.
Submitted 20th May
Stamped 5th, July
Received 11th July.



Mykhelz958 you are next in line!
Congrats in advance.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by femzyacess: 12:30pm On Jul 11
Dreamchaserz:
Visa Issued!
LIT, September intake.
Submitted 20th May
Stamped 5th, July
Received 10th July.


Congrats.....Go and soar high in Ireland

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by wealthmiq: 12:42pm On Jul 11
Dreamchaserz:
Visa Issued! LIT, September intake. Submitted 20th May Stamped 5th, July Received 11th July.


Mykhelz958 you are next in line! Congrats in advance.

Congrats. Go and make us proud
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Seseko49: 12:58pm On Jul 11
Congrats!
Dreamchaserz:
Visa Issued!
LIT, September intake.
Submitted 20th May
Stamped 5th, July
Received 11th July.



Mykhelz958 you are next in line!
Congrats in advance.


Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by mykhelz958: 1:25pm On Jul 11
Dreamchaserz:
Visa Issued!
LIT, September intake.
Submitted 20th May
Stamped 5th, July
Received 11th July.



Mykhelz958 you are next in line!
Congrats in advance.



Congratulations!!! Indeed a long wait.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chibabe4Christ: 1:32pm On Jul 11
THANKS
Thanos3000:


Jobs are dependent on skill and not mostly on school. Checkout the list of critical skills in Ireland to know which skills are in high demand
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chibabe4Christ: 1:46pm On Jul 11
Check Griffith ... They have February intake too for Masters at Limerick and cork campus

ANEGBE84:
Good evening PLS I got admission in LiT for dis September for some reason I can't meet up, am trying to talk with d agent to defer d admission so I can go with January,he said d school only have January,PLS is that true for all schools, September next year is too far. Should I go for another school will dey refund my £500 .PLS which school will give me admission for January. I wan to do masters in business administration

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