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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Customtest: 11:46am On Mar 04, 2021
Philadelphia:


The sentence in bold is contradictory.
Besides, admission committee looks into resilience and research potentials.

How can one be given admission on the basis of your excuse in bold?

No go write that thing for your SOP as explanation for poor grades.

I know the reason I wrote it, your inference does not answer the question!!
A penny for your thoughts tho..

For people who are willing to give input, the person is studious and can cope academically regardless..

The crux remains if there is a way he can do straight Master without going through pgd
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Generalbong1: 6:36pm On Mar 04, 2021
Hello everyone. Please I have a few enquiries from those who have been in Ireland for a while based on their experience(s).
I got to Ireland in November,2020. I have been able to settle in school, secure accommodation, get my bank account opened, get PPS and GNIB cards.
I have 2 broad categories of enquiries.
1. Job search: Please I would like to ask how it is going for us and ways one can get a fast part time job. since I got here in November I am online every night applying all over the various sites, indeed, joogle, jobsie and the rest. but i have not been able to secure any job and the bills monthly are becoming very scary. Please what is the way? Does any one have any legit connect? Please help a brother.
2. Certified courses: I would like to know if anyone has information about certified bodies that one can get finance sector certifications to boost ones CV to work in the financial sector. My fear is registering on any SCAM site which is not accredited because I need to be sure I will be issued a genuine certification for the course I want to take.

Looking forward to a reply.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by senitop(m): 11:13pm On Mar 04, 2021
I understand how that can be. I came in Oct 2020 and got a few jobs after resilience and strategic applications.

My advise is for you to choose the kind of jobs you want. There are several industries and you cant keep shooting one CV to all.

Also, you should consider using recruitment agencies in Ireland. They always have jobs; some might be far from your house location. Speaking of which, where you live in Ireland could also be a factor.

Recruitment agencies like Noel Group, Staffline, Temple etc. If you can be on their data base they'd always send you jobs whenever they are available.

Don't forget the level 5 lockdown has hit the economy and only a few companies operate right now.

I hope this helps. Cheers.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by HappyBite: 1:15am On Mar 05, 2021
Please, I soild be coming to Ireland a few weeks from now, and I'm still searching for accommodation nothing forthcoming yet. Anyone in dublin know about any vacancies? Would really need the help thank you so much
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 12:57pm On Mar 05, 2021
IamCookie:


Can someone whose age is about 41years old apply to a postgrad studies(Masters) in Ireland or any country ,without fear of rejection or being denied a visa ?


Most definitely sir/ma.

You will only need proof of all gap years after your previous studies, all employment ref or proof of business engagement.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 2:22pm On Mar 05, 2021
IamCookie:


Can someone whose age is about 41years old apply to a postgrad studies(Masters) in Ireland or any country ,without fear of rejection or being denied a visa ?


Most definitely yes. You just need to explain all gaps in Education and present proof of all employment either paid employment or business engagement

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 3:02pm On Mar 05, 2021
Customtest:
Someone studied a 5years engineering course with 3rd class and has an Advanced Diploma he studied for 18months. In same University.
Can he get admitted to do Masters without having to do top-up or post graduate diploma?

Which ireland university can consider this application,the person in question is very intelligent regardless..only got tired of university system here.

Advice pls

Definitely Griffith, TUDublin and few others should be able to accept him
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by HappyBite: 1:57am On Mar 06, 2021
Please, I would be coming to Ireland in a few weeks , and I'm still searching for accommodation nothing forthcoming yet. Anyone in dublin know about any vacancies? Would really need the help thank you so much
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by RoyalDukeDon: 7:59pm On Mar 07, 2021
How much did you pay to the school ??
HappyBite:
I am going for a bachelor's so mine might be different, but here it goes. My documents
Birth certificate
International passport old and new
Employment letters I had before going to uni
Transcript from the level I stopped in uni(100-200)
Medical report of my dad (reason why I stopped)
Cac doc of my business
My bank statement
Sop
Cv
Hotel Booking
Admission letter from both the school I went and the one I'm going to (with fees receipt attached)
Ielts
Summary sheet from online application/booking appointment


For my sponsor
Cac doc
Bio page
Bank statement both business and personal
House documents
Letter of sponsorship
Receipts /invoice for his products he sells (into building)
Birth certificate
Consent letter from his director and bio data page
Explaining any large lodgement ( spreadsheet)/attached to the bank statements.

I hope these helps. Good luck to everyone, I didn't know I too will type all of this. It's indeed God's grace.

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Adanma03(f): 6:31am On Mar 08, 2021
Please who is doing MSc in International business management. I need your help please, because am about starting the classes this morning
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Princeadex04: 8:11am On Mar 08, 2021
hallibay:

Single.
I just sent you a PM, I would like to know if the room is still available I am interested.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Jewe: 11:11am On Mar 08, 2021
Hello everyone.

I want to use my current company as my sponsor, what other requirement do I need from the company apart from a bank statement.

Second question: If I choose to sponsor myself, what document do I need as well.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Geezle(m): 8:24pm On Mar 08, 2021
Try to record audio of your classes so you can always fall back to listen again

Adanma03:
Please who is doing MSc in International business management. I need your help please, because am about starting the classes this morning
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by forbaj: 7:13pm On Mar 10, 2021
I have a single room in Waterford for 150 euros per month, you'll be sharing the entire house with one other person. It is a good way to avoid the high rent cost in Dublin as classes are still online. Private chat me if interested.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Doctorfitz: 4:52pm On Mar 13, 2021
Good day all, please I have a few questions to ask..sorry for my ignorance

- 1) Please if you use edubond and pay maybe 6k or full tuition does the sponsor or student still need to show proof of finance?

-2) Can an applicant have a joint sponsor for visa? Maybe like a father and mother or siblings?.

-3) Can volunteer work let's say for about a year plus serve as work experience/explanation for gap year.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Tundemmy(m): 8:24pm On Mar 13, 2021
1. I'd personally advise you include recruitment agencies in your search. That's what I did in Dec 2019 and I was assigned various roles in business/office support based on their client needs. The same recruitment agency got me into the HSE Civil Reg Office (and this is a govt job I could have done for a long time but I just did it as a stopgap). There are a number of them, check CPL, Hays, etc.

2. In term of certifications, you mentioned finance. I'm sure you know ACCA and CFA. For banking in Ireland, check their QFA qualification.




Generalbong1:
Hello everyone. Please I have a few enquiries from those who have been in Ireland for a while based on their experience(s).
I got to Ireland in November,2020. I have been able to settle in school, secure accommodation, get my bank account opened, get PPS and GNIB cards.
I have 2 broad categories of enquiries.
1. Job search: Please I would like to ask how it is going for us and ways one can get a fast part time job. since I got here in November I am online every night applying all over the various sites, indeed, joogle, jobsie and the rest. but i have not been able to secure any job and the bills monthly are becoming very scary. Please what is the way? Does any one have any legit connect? Please help a brother.
2. Certified courses: I would like to know if anyone has information about certified bodies that one can get finance sector certifications to boost ones CV to work in the financial sector. My fear is registering on any SCAM site which is not accredited because I need to be sure I will be issued a genuine certification for the course I want to take.

Looking forward to a reply.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Doctorfitz: 7:03am On Mar 14, 2021
Doctorfitz:
Good day all, please I have a few questions to ask..sorry for my ignorance

- 1) Please if you use edubond and pay maybe 6k or full tuition does the sponsor or student still need to show proof of finance?

-2) Can an applicant have a joint sponsor for visa? Maybe like a father and mother or siblings?.

-3) Can volunteer work let's say for about a year plus serve as work experience/explanation for gap year.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.

Pls guys need ur responses.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 10:19am On Mar 15, 2021
Doctorfitz:


Pls guys need ur responses.


YES to all questions .
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Strydermanz(m): 11:39am On Mar 15, 2021
Good morning everyone am new to this group, I just got admission in to letterkenny Institute of technology
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 12:36pm On Mar 15, 2021
Prepping for September 2021 admissions:

For direct BSc entry, the following Universities / Colleges accept WAEC / NECO /GCE into 1st year:


LIT
Griffith College
MTU
DKIT

For HND / 3RD Class graduates :

Available options for 1 year BSc top up / Higher Diploma + 1 year post study work permit @ MTU, Griffith, TUDublin, DBS

Most affordable MSc programs available @ MTU (Deadline applies) @9k ; NCI @11K (1st class and 2:1 graduates), GMIT ; WIT



For 2021 intakes : April or September, both universities and Embassy is still accepting Duolingo (Costs only $50)


Note that exchange rate currently varies between: #535 to #580 to 1 Euro.

You can holla if you need further counselling or information.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Doctorfitz: 2:57pm On Mar 15, 2021
ICaSNg:



YES to all questions .


Thank you very much.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by dapreal(m): 7:19am On Mar 16, 2021
Paid my school fee for a top up program at Griffith College last week Monday and I'm yet to receive any response from the school. Please i just wanna know how long it takes for them to see the payment receipt.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Thermodynamics(m): 9:59am On Mar 16, 2021
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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Philadelphia: 10:14am On Mar 16, 2021
Thermodynamics:
I am planning to study for a 1year graduate diploma in Computing (an IT course) I have a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Is someone who studied a postgraduate diploma eligible for the 2years postgraduate work permit?

The course I'm going for is classified as NFQ level 8.

I have money to pay for the school fees and also have someone that can borrow me some funds for the block account.

I'm planning to work when I get to Ireland to cover for my accomodation and feeding.

I need advice from the house

Level 8 qualifies you for 1 year PGWP. Your application is going to be sketchy and I’d advise that you don’t attempt this if it’s your plan at the moment.
My candid advice further is that you don’t even use a block account. Also, you’re on a long thing if you just wanna get to Ireland and start working
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 11:34am On Mar 16, 2021
Thermodynamics:
I am planning to study for a 1year graduate diploma in Computing (an IT course) I have a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Is someone who studied a postgraduate diploma eligible for the 2years postgraduate work permit?

The course I'm going for is classified as NFQ level 8.

I have money to pay for the school fees and also have someone that can borrow me some funds for the block account.

I'm planning to work when I get to Ireland to cover for my accomodation and feeding.

I need advice from the house

You may want to consider the UK

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