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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by SasukeNG: 3:22pm On Feb 07, 2021
Schools don't exactly require test of English but I think they now include it as part of their requirement because the Embassy asks for it. You can write Duolingo English test, costs less than $50

Emmy458:
Hello house, please i want to apply for an undergraduate course in Ireland, Please can some one assist me with names of cheap schools that don't require IELTS exams.. Thanks.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by SasukeNG: 3:25pm On Feb 07, 2021
They might only ask for it if you mention that you are running a PGD. As long as you are able to provide for your B.Sc

StatmanTolu:
Good morning guys. I got a conditional offer of acceptance from N.U.I Galway starting in september, but I haven't submitted my Postgraduate Diploma transcript because I'm about rounding up my PGD programme around june, which is around the time I intend to apply for study visa. Will it count against me if I'm not able to provide my PGD transcript to the irish embassy when I apply for student visa.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Philadelphia: 10:53pm On Feb 07, 2021
This thread is dry o.
Are people not getting visa?

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by seunny4lif(m): 5:25pm On Feb 08, 2021
COVID-19 because money no dey for now
Philadelphia:
This thread is dry o.
Are people not getting visa?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ASSAPRO(f): 9:51am On Feb 12, 2021
ICaSNg:


Scotland is part of the UK.

They intend implementing the 2 years automatic post study work permit as from 2021.

You should make further enquires through the UK study thread.

Same here I am also looking at applying for my masters to the university of Hertfordshire, Scotland hoping to with my spouse and work there after.
I need advise on the course to study to increase my employability in the Uk Labode market, my first degree is Law.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 12:54pm On Feb 12, 2021
ASSAPRO:


Same here I am also looking at applying for my masters to the university of Hertfordshire, Scotland hoping to with my spouse and work there after.
I need advise on the course to study to increase my employability in the Uk Labode market, my first degree is Law.



Hertfordshire is not in Scotland though it is in England and 20 mins from London.
Business Analytics aint bad, or commercial / corporate law, Human resource or social work are also fair options

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Nobody: 6:17pm On Feb 12, 2021
[quote author=seunny4lif post=98873233]COVID-19 because money no dey for now [/quote
boss hwfar. good evening . I got something very important to ask you .. should I go on ??
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Nobody: 6:17pm On Feb 12, 2021
seunny4lif:
COVID-19 because money no dey for now

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by seunny4lif(m): 6:30pm On Feb 12, 2021
Hope no problem
Danny6552:


Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yungstev007(m): 3:14pm On Feb 16, 2021
bayo2018:
Boss abegg kindly help a soul here also
highest level of education right now is SSCE/WAEC
currently planning to drop out from higher institutions (yr 2) here in Naija and pursue a new career oversea

Please what you think about that Bosses
Or should I finish my Bsc here (probably in the next three yrs due to naija system ) before moving outta this country

If you have the financial muscle for 3/4 years Bachelor's degree abroad. Go ahead!
If not, do it here.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by bayo2018: 4:14pm On Feb 16, 2021
Yungstev007:


If you have the financial muscle for 3/4 years Bachelor's degree abroad. Go ahead!
If not, do it here.

Like how much can one budget for it sir
I funding myself Boss.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yungstev007(m): 12:18am On Feb 17, 2021
bayo2018:


Like how much can one budget for it sir
I funding myself Boss.

Can't give a definite figure but I think 20M should do. Damn expensive.
Wouldn't advice u go through that path though unless your finance is strong.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by bayo2018: 8:20pm On Feb 17, 2021
Yungstev007:


Can't give a definite figure but I think 20M should do. Damn expensive.
Wouldn't advice u go through that path though unless your finance is strong.

omo e Dey kinda expensive oo
though I can foot the bills but do you think spending that much really worth it sir sad

My main plan is just to japaa comot for this country
I’m an Electrical technician and I’m good in what I do but I no Dey use that means dey chop for now due to my other hustle (but that’s what I use in starting up sha ...)

is there a way for any other means to move outta this country without spending much like that

I still get other projects to run here for Naija but me just wan comot for Naija Aje.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Joohan: 11:11pm On Feb 17, 2021
bayo2018:


omo e Dey kinda expensive oo
though I can foot the bills but do you think spending that much really worth it sir sad

My main plan is just to japaa comot for this country
I’m an Electrical technician and I’m good in what I do but I no Dey use that means dey chop for now due to my other hustle (but that’s what I use in starting up sha ...)

is there a way for any other means to move outta this country without spending much like that

I still get other projects to run here for Naija but me just wan comot for Naija Aje.


You fit plug me with one of those lucrative side hustles? lipsrsealed
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by bayo2018: 8:43am On Feb 18, 2021
Joohan:



You fit plug me with one of those lucrative side hustles? lipsrsealed

make we first see way to japaa Bossun wink
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yungstev007(m): 12:43am On Feb 19, 2021
bayo2018:


omo e Dey kinda expensive oo
though I can foot the bills but do you think spending that much really worth it sir sad

My main plan is just to japaa comot for this country
I’m an Electrical technician and I’m good in what I do but I no Dey use that means dey chop for now due to my other hustle (but that’s what I use in starting up sha ...)

is there a way for any other means to move outta this country without spending much like that

I still get other projects to run here for Naija but me just wan comot for Naija Aje.

If you can gallantly foot the bills, why not? Go ahead. But if you know you can't...dey ur dey.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by nalizzzy: 8:32am On Feb 19, 2021
Yungstev007:


If you can gallantly foot the bills, why not? Go ahead. But if you know you can't...dey ur dey.
. Good day please what documents should I add up if my mum sells her car.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yungstev007(m): 3:10pm On Feb 19, 2021
nalizzzy:
. Good day please what documents should I add up if my mum sells her car.
Proof of Sales/receipt or any docs that can serve as an evidence
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by bayo2018: 4:12pm On Feb 19, 2021
Yungstev007:


If you can gallantly foot the bills, why not? Go ahead. But if you know you can't...dey ur dey.

I have over 100k CAD in my dormant account apart from funds I use in business and and some other stuffs but what I’m thinking right now is if it really worth spending 20-25m to secure a BSC and also won’t I need to secure MSC after I’m done with my BSC .??

And also Sir, my main plan na to japaa outta this country ooo

is there any other method to go that won’t require me going through study route Sir ?
Currently in 200l here in one Naija uni wasting my precious time cry
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yungstev007(m): 5:33pm On Feb 19, 2021
bayo2018:


I have over 100k CAD in my dormant account apart from funds I use in business and and some other stuffs but what I’m thinking right now is if it really worth spending 20-25m to secure a BSC and also won’t I need to secure MSC after I’m done with my BSC .??

And also Sir, my main plan na to japaa outta this country ooo

is there any other method to go that won’t require me going through study route Sir ?
Currently in 200l here in one Naija uni wasting my precious time cry
Like I said, I can't advise you if it is going to worth it since it will depend on ur financial capability.
If at all you want to go through with it, I'd only suggest going for pro courses like nursing, software development, cyber security and so on.
Shoot me a mail(check sig) only if that is ur decision.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Joohan: 5:37pm On Feb 19, 2021
bayo2018:


make we first see way to japaa Bossun wink


Show me the way make me sef japa. No be only you naija tire, boss cry
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Mahonri59: 10:02pm On Feb 19, 2021
Pls, which Ireland Universities that require not application fees?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Philadelphia: 12:35am On Feb 20, 2021
Mahonri59:
Pls, which Ireland Universities that require not application fees?

For international students?
Non!
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by bayo2018: 7:41am On Feb 20, 2021
Yungstev007:

Like I said, I can't advise you if it is going to worth it since it will depend on ur financial capability.
If at all you want to go through with it, I'd only suggest going for pro courses like nursing, software development, cyber security and so on.
Shoot me a mail(check sig) only if that is ur decision.



You didn’t reply to my other questions there sir

won’t I need to secure MSC after I’m done with my BSC .??

is there any other method to go that won’t require me going through study route Sir ?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 8:12am On Feb 20, 2021
bayo2018:


You didn’t reply to my other questions there sir

won’t I need to secure MSC after I’m done with my BSC .??

is there any other method to go that won’t require me going through study route Sir ?


If you are already grounded in a field of study and making money from such , it is better to specialise in that particular field. However, as a professional counsellor if you had a diploma or Apprenticeship certificate from a technical school in Nigeria, the Canadian Permanent residence route for Unskilled workers would have been your best shot.

As the case might be at the moment, with your 2nd year in Uni you can transfer credit to start in 2nd year in the UK or 2nd year in Ireland
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by bayo2018: 7:58pm On Feb 21, 2021
ICaSNg:



If you are already grounded in a field of study and making money from such , it is better to specialise in that particular field. However, as a professional counsellor if you had a diploma or Apprenticeship certificate from a technical school in Nigeria, the Canadian Permanent residence route for Unskilled workers would have been your best shot.

As the case might be at the moment, with your 2nd year in Uni you can transfer credit to start in 2nd year in the UK or 2nd year in Ireland

I’m grounded in the field of study and I make some funds from it earlier but I’m not using that route to take care of myself again for now

Apprenticeship certificate from a normal road side worker can also work ba ??

And also how can I start the process of the second option sir and is it possible for me to get permanent residence over there immediately?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Bisshop123(f): 11:50am On Feb 23, 2021
Hello guys,
I want to apply for an undergraduate course
Computer science
In trinity college Dublin
Pls can someone help me with relevant exams certificates I need to apply
And tips plsss
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz(m): 1:02am On Feb 24, 2021
Dreamchaserz:


This information is priceless.
Thanks
.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz(m): 1:09am On Feb 24, 2021
Dreamchaserz:


This information is priceless.
Thanks

Hello,

Going through this post after 18 months in Ireland, the information there is what it is.
Done 3 out of the jobs you mentioned... That pamphlet thing na die grin
Passed my Driving Test yesterday too.

If you are in Ireland, holla make we see how things fit be. I no mind invade your head and have a good convo with you over a Jameson. wink

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pufframmy: 11:45am On Feb 24, 2021
congratulation u went tru student route?#
Dreamchaserz:


Hello,

Going through this post after 18 months in Ireland, the information there is what it is.
Done 3 out of the jobs you mentioned... That pamphlet thing na die grin
Passed my Driving Test yesterday too.

If you are in Ireland, holla make we see how things fit be. I no mind invade your head and have a good convo with you over a Jameson. wink
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz(m): 1:40pm On Feb 24, 2021
pufframmy:
congratulation u went tru student route?#

Yea
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pufframmy: 2:02pm On Feb 24, 2021
congrat
Dreamchaserz:


Yea

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