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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Joohan: 12:58pm On Nov 17
seunny4lif:
You can but contact the school first
IT no be beans for here, me I dey do CS in DCU and they wan use assignments kill us.
I barely sleep self

I'll try and get in touch with them. Thanks, chief
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Joohan: 1:00pm On Nov 17
DammyDurst:
Since you've got a background in Business and a little knowledge of DBMS, why don't you look at something related to Management Information Systems. Read extensively on it, then if you like it, look for courses that are similar to that scope (mostly in Business schl)..

Yeah. I did MIS as a course also in school. But I can't find schools doing MIS in Dublin or Limerick
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Joohan: 1:04pm On Nov 17
ICaSNg:


Accounting and Finance also sells once you can cope on the program and have few years work experience.
There is PG in IT for those without IT background likewise PG Accounting.

Duration is 1 year at 12000 euros.
Automatic 1 year work permit.

MSc Business Analytics ain't bad as well.

Accounting is a no go area for me. Business analytics is the better option here.

Boss, if I decide to do a PG of an IT course, can I work while studying?

Secondly, what if I have no sponsor, can I sponsor myself? I also want cheap schools or schools that gives some percentage as waivers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by obenjamin: 6:11pm On Nov 17
I think Duolingo is accepted for now


quinzypearl:
Hi everyone,

Please is their another international examnation that can be written apart from IELTS or TOEFL which is accept for visa process. Cause my agent said I should write a particular exam which is not IELTS and TOFEL am really confuse.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by makay200(m): 9:17pm On Nov 17
Good evening guys,

Does Business Analytics involves vigorous programming? I don't really like programming

Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by seunny4lif(m): 10:14pm On Nov 17
You can work while studying
20 hrs per week but due to covid19, things hard now
Most places are locked up and few jobs that are available needs someone to work full-time.

Joohan:


Accounting is a no go area for me. Business analytics is the better option here.

Boss, if I decide to do a PG of an IT course, can I work while studying?

Secondly, what if I have no sponsor, can I sponsor myself? I also want cheap schools or schools that gives some percentage as waivers

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by DammyDurst(m): 1:52am On Nov 18
Hi, you don't need to be good at coding to have a career in analytics. But yes a minimal proficiency of tools such as Python/ R, SQL are required to have a career in Analytics. Otherwise, how would you play with Data?

So, if you're really serious about BA, you might want to take some online courses in Python or R and SQL and see if you can cope, or not. Be open minded while doing this.
makay200:
Good evening guys,

Does Business Analytics involves vigorous programming? I don't really like programming

Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by DammyDurst(m): 2:01am On Nov 18
Well, there are actually. DBS has a program in Information Systems, but you need to have an UG degree in IT or IS. However, I do not really know if that would rule you out, maybe @ICasNg can answer that.

On the other hand, schools like UCC and NUIG have courses related to Information Management in their business schools, and do not require prior knowledge of IT, but they are quite expensive (tuition). They are conversion programs.

Maybe, BA would be a better option for you as it's done in quite a number of business schools in Ireland. At the end of the day, the best decision still boils down to you. What do you want for yourself, and what best suits you.
Joohan:


Yeah. I did MIS as a course also in school. But I can't find schools doing MIS in Dublin or Limerick
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Joohan: 5:04pm On Nov 18
seunny4lif:
You can work while studying
20 hrs per week but due to covid19, things hard now
Most places are locked up and few jobs that are available needs someone to work full-time.



Ooh. Thanks for the response boss
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Joohan: 5:06pm On Nov 18
DammyDurst:
Well, there are actually. DBS has a program in Information Systems, but you need to have an UG degree in IT or IS. However, I do not really know if that would rule you out, maybe @ICasNg can answer that.

On the other hand, schools like UCC and NUIG have courses related to Information Management in their business schools, and do not require prior knowledge of IT, but they are quite expensive (tuition). They are conversion programs.

Maybe, BA would be a better option for you as it's done in quite a number of business schools in Ireland. At the end of the day, the best decision still boils down to you. What do you want for yourself, and what best suits you.


Maybe I should just take up some online basic analytics courses prior to when I'll be coming. Thanks for your response boss

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Jaypey21: 3:46pm On Nov 19
Please is it advisable to submit original copies of documents for visa
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by obenjamin: 5:48pm On Nov 20
Yes, you are expected to submit original copy.


quote author=Jaypey21 post=96216906]Please is it advisable to submit original copies of documents for visa [/quote]
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Emurate6315: 11:55am On Nov 21
Please, I'd like to discuss with you concerning this course, can I get your email please
Lalatee:
I got an offer to study Sustainable development in DIT(TU) September.

Anyone here going in for the same course?

Also a review from any previous candidate will be well appreciated.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by chika0072(m): 1:03pm On Nov 21
I have hnd upper credit, graduates 2014. Can I apply for bsc in Ireland easily or age will be a factor...30yrs. Pls any info will help
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by izzita: 5:22pm On Nov 21
@ICasNG pls do I need a different Letter of Explanation for huge amount in my sponsor account. Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 4:01am On Nov 22
chika0072:
I have hnd upper credit, graduates 2014. Can I apply for bsc in Ireland easily or age will be a factor...30yrs. Pls any info will help

Definitely you can apply for a top-up degree. Depending on your grade, you get 1-2 years top up.

Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 4:04am On Nov 22
izzita:
@ICasNG pls do I need a different Letter of Explanation for huge amount in my sponsor account. Thanks

Explanation of lump sum can be embedded in your sponsorship letter or you could have a separate letter for that- the most important thing is that all lump sum should b explained with proof -e.g Proceeds from sale of landed property or share dividends or Treasury bills etc-include all necessary proof backing sum lump sums

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 4:06am On Nov 22
DammyDurst:
Well, there are actually. DBS has a program in Information Systems, but you need to have an UG degree in IT or IS. However, I do not really know if that would rule you out, maybe @ICasNg can answer that.

On the other hand, schools like UCC and NUIG have courses related to Information Management in their business schools, and do not require prior knowledge of IT, but they are quite expensive (tuition). They are conversion programs.

Maybe, BA would be a better option for you as it's done in quite a number of business schools in Ireland. At the end of the day, the best decision still boils down to you. What do you want for yourself, and what best suits you.

Your response is right on point- Nothing more to add ; DBS may however accept a different background if there is at least 1 year professional work experience in an IT role
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by chika0072(m): 4:02am On Nov 23
ICaSNg:


Definitely you can apply for a top-up degree. Depending on your grade, you get 1-2 years top up.

Cheers
Thank you so much. I have upper credit.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by obawinner(m): 3:00pm On Nov 23
Pls I need an evaluation

I desired to pursue a social work degree in Ireland.
I'm in my final year at school, doing an education course(educstion and geography).
I also have considerate experience in the social work field here in Nigeria.
Am I most likely to get Msc Social works?
Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Princekenuk: 6:13pm On Nov 23
Preye21:


Yeah I took the test. Got the result today



Nice one! Please tell me more about the test? How can I register for it? How can I prepare very well for it. I just need a 100 score.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by thomasGcook(m): 1:21am On Nov 24
ICaSNg:


If a visa is approved and an email is sent , oftentimes they specify that your visa has been approved if otherwise, they may just say a decision has been made. Overall, I hope its good news.



Please house,I got a visa refusal letter on the 16th of September 2020, with a chance for an appeal
I submitted my appeal on the 16th of November 2020( within two months of the appeal) as stated in the letter and with all the required additional documents
But surprised to see my visa application number here on refused list of visa decisions from 16th to 23rd November

Please can you clarify this for me ,I want to know if my visa appeal wasn't even considered or not
Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by thomasGcook(m): 1:28am On Nov 24
ICaSNg:


If a visa is approved and an email is sent , oftentimes they specify that your visa has been approved if otherwise, they may just say a decision has been made. Overall, I hope its good news.

Hello House, I got a visa refusal letter on the 16th of September 2020, with a chance for an appeal
I submitted my appeal on the 16th of November 2020( within two months of the appeal) as stated in the letter and with all the required additional documents
But surprised to see my visa application number here on refused list of visa decisions from 16th to 23rd November

Please can you clarify this for me ,I want to know if my visa appeal wasn't even considered or not
Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 5:19am On Nov 24
thomasGcook:


Hello House, I got a visa refusal letter on the 16th of September 2020, with a chance for an appeal
I submitted my appeal on the 16th of November 2020( within two months of the appeal) as stated in the letter and with all the required additional documents
But surprised to see my visa application number here on refused list of visa decisions from 16th to 23rd November

Please can you clarify this for me ,I want to know if my visa appeal wasn't even considered or not
Thanks

Your appeal was refused. wait and get your package delivered, all reasons will be clearly stated
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by quinzypearl: 11:43am On Nov 24
Good morning house,

Pls I have send my school fee Telex from UBA to Griffith college through my agent since last two week and also resend it myself last week Friday, still I haven't gotten a reply from the school concerning my payment.. pls does it take this long to get their reply and what can be done..
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Beaufull(f): 6:58am
hello please is anyone taking a pre med course in Ireland
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by izzita: 7:31am
ICaSNg:


Explanation of lump sum can be embedded in your sponsorship letter or you could have a separate letter for that- the most important thing is that all lump sum should b explained with proof -e.g Proceeds from sale of landed property or share dividends or Treasury bills etc-include all necessary proof backing sum lump sums
thanks so much. mine is that my mum took a loan from her company cooperative to boost my travel. it is reflecting on her payslip. and the cooperative wrote to the embassy that she is saving with them. but am afraid a loan might look desperate to travel. I don't know if I should say she withdrew from the coporative and don't mention the loan
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 10:57am
izzita:
thanks so much. mine is that my mum took a loan from her company cooperative to boost my travel. it is reflecting on her payslip. and the cooperative wrote to the embassy that she is saving with them. but am afraid a loan might look desperate to travel. I don't know if I should say she withdrew from the coporative and don't mention the loan

Cant provide comprehensive guidance as confidential information is needed for me to understand e.g how.much your mum earns, how much is closing in her account, other means of livelihood, duration of loan repayment

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